Red Eddies power up on Eagles

Mt. Ararat softball drops 6-1 decision

TOPSHAM As the end of the high school softball season nears, teams are jockeying for position, looking to get hot at the right time as the playoffs approach. On Wednesday, Mt. More...

Freeport girls tennis in action

THE FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL girls tennis team hosted Cape Elizabeth in WMC action on Wednesday. In the photos, clockwise from above, Freeport No. More...

Mt. Ararat JV boys lax wins

WATERVILLE — Keegan Brown tallied three goals and dished out an assist to lead the Mt. More...

Highland Legion squad has sign-ups

TOPSHAM — Highland Green American Legion baseball coach Bob Neron has announced the program will hold sign- ups and an informational meeting on Sunday at 6 p.m.  The meeting will take place inside the Mt. More...

MPA tennis moved indoors

PORTLAND — The Maine Principals Association has announced that Friday’s opening rounds of the 2017 State Schoolboys and Schoolgirls Singles Tennis Championships will be moved from Colby College in Waterville to the Racket & Fitness Cl More...

Sea Dogs hold off Fisher Cats

MANCHESTER, N.H. The Portland Sea Dogs (21-20) received six scoreless innings from their bullpen and beat the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (16- 29), 4-3, Wednesday morning at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. More...

7 in 7th powers Red Sox

Boston downs Texas, 9-4

BOSTON   Chris Sale was perfectly happy to sit back and watch the Red Sox hitters do the work this time.  Sale cruised into the fifth inning, then was rewarded in the seventh when the Boston batters erupted for seven runs on their way to a More...

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Bowdoin sailors advance in nationals

BRUNSWICK   The Bowdoin College women’s sailing team finished ninth in the Intercollegiate Sailing Association’s Eastern Semifinal of the Sperry National Championship on Wednesday, earning the final qualifying spot for the finals, wh More...

Celtics host Game 5 tonight

BOSTON   It took 10 games and halfway through the third round of the NBA playoffs before the Cleveland Cavaliers finally encountered their first true dose of resistance this postseason.  More...

Game 7 offers chance at history for Penguins and Senators

STANLEY CUP

PITTSBURGH   Craig Anderson is a realist, the byproduct of 15 years playing the most demanding position in the NHL.  The Ottawa goaltender would like to chalk his 45- save masterpiece in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals against Pitts More...

’Builders run past Camden

CAMDEN HILLS   Paige Daigle powered her way to six goals to lead the Morse High School girls lacrosse team to a 15-6 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Camden Hills on Wednesday.  The 9-2 Shipbuilders are slated to host Gardiner i More...

Freeport can’t quite capitalize

Girls lax drops close one, 9-7

FREEPORT Getting clean shots on cage is often the hard part when it comes to girls lacrosse. Long spells of possession and passing around the circle sometimes gets you nowhere. More...

Richmond pounds Buckfield, 12-1

BUCKFIELD   Through two East-West Conference meetings this year, Buckfield pitchers have been extra careful with Richmond junior Sydney Underhill-Tilton.  More...

Celtics fall in Game 4

Kylie Irving’s 42 lifts Cavaliers, 112-99

CLEVELAND   Kyrie Irving gritted his teeth, tightened up his left sneaker and hopped to his feet.  The pain couldn’t stop him. The Celtics couldn’t either.  More...

Hopes of repeat dashed

Bowdoin men’s tennis falls to Emory in semis

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Fisher Cats hand Sea Dogs two losses

MANCHESTER, N.H. The Portland Sea Dogs (20- 20) dropped an Eastern League doubleheader to the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (16-28) on Tuesday night. The Fisher Cats took the opener, 5-2, and won the nightcap with a 3-2, eightinning walk-off win. More...

Red Sox top wild Rangers

Bogaerts scores twice on wild pitches, Red Sox thump Rangers

BOSTON Xander Bogaerts and the Boston Red Sox don’t need help putting runs on the board right now. They got some from the Texas Rangers anyway. More...

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Forever Young remains perfect

BATH — The Forever Young Farm minor softball team improved to a perfect 6- 0 with three wins last week.   In the first 12-3 victory against Brunswick, Kayleigh Wagg ripped a triple and a single, while Tarynn Keleher added three hits. More...