November 18, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Devereaux is Brunswick’s ‘Little Giant’

Running back/ linebacker likely to play a big role on Saturday

BRUNSWICK   At first glance, you might not think Brunswick junior Jesse Devereaux is a football player. You certainly wouldn’t think he’s a fullback or linebacker.  But if you watch him play, you see why he’s both.  More...

Ortiz reportedly to retire after next season

BOSTON   David Ortiz, the beloved and gregarious slugger who helped guide the Red Sox to their first World Series championship since 1918 plus two more, will reportedly retire at the end of the 2016 season.  More...

Sharks top Bruins, 5-4

BOSTON   San Jose’s Patrick Marleau and Joe Thornton made Boston pay for a string of penalties.  They scored power-play goals just 25 seconds apart in the second period to put the Sharks ahead for good to beat the Bruins 5-4 on Tuesda More...

Bowdoin-Colby ice hockey tickets available on Tuesday

BRUNSWICK — Tickets for the Bowdoin-Colby men’s college ice hockey game on Dec. More...

No. 3 Maryland gets past Georgetown

MEN’S BASKETBALL TOP 25

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Rasheed Sulaimon hit a 3-pointer with 1:18 left to break a tie, and No. 3 Maryland got 24 points from Melo Trimble in a rousing 75-71 victory over neighborhood rival Georgetown on Tuesday night.  More...

No. 2 Kentucky stops Duke

CHICAGO   Tyler Ulis scampered up and down the court. Jamal Murray muscled his way to the basket. Marcus Lee and Alex Poythress finished with authority.  Another year, another impressive bunch of Kentucky Wildcats.  More...

Rain-shortened race was quintessential NASCAR

CHARLOTTE, N.C.   In this topsy-turvy second season of NASCAR’s new championship format, it was only fitting that the race to set the final four ended in an empty, unsatisfying way.  More...

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Pistons drop Cavaliers; Warriors 12-0

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Bates Allison Hill on NESCAC Second Team

LEWISTON — The Bates women’s soccer team’s successful 2015 season was recognized by New England Small College Athletics Conference coaches on Thursday, with head coach Kelsy Ross being named NESCAC Coach of the Year, and both Olivia More...

Plummer swims for Saint Michael’s

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Malkin’s big game lifts Penguins

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE ROUNDUP

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Evgeni Malkin scored two goals and picked up two assists for his first four-point game in two seasons to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Minnesota Wild, 4-3.  More...

BOWDOIN RUGBY MOVES ON

BOWDOIN COLLEGE women’s rugby player Cristina Lima, center, heads up field against the University of Maine on Saturday in the USA Rugby Division II Tournament in Brunswick. More...

Thomas leads Celtics to easy win

HOUSTON   The Boston Celtics were playing their fifth game in seven days on Monday night.  With the energy and hustle they showed in a blowout win over the Houston Rockets it was certainly hard to tell.  Isaiah Thomas scored 23 points More...

Texans hand Bengals first setback, 10-6

CINCINNATI   The Texans were the perfect team to give the Bengals their first loss — on their home field in a big Monday night game, no less. They have a way of doing this to them — especially if T.J. More...

Lisbon basketball christens new gym

LISBON FALLS   It was the start of a new season and era Monday.  The Lisbon High School basketball team took to the court for the first time this winter sports season, but this year’s opening day of practices had new meaning for the G More...

Start times announced

BRUNSWICK — The Maine Principals Association has announced the starting times for Saturday’s state football championships, which will be held at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.  The Class B North champion Brunswick Dragons, fresh o More...

Mavericks keep 76ers winless

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Dirk Nowitzki scored 21 points, including seven during a pivotal stretch late in the fourth quarter, to lead the Dallas Mavericks to a 92-86 victory over the winless Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night.  More...

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BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL swimmers Emma Blair, left, and Nate Samson signed National Letters of Intent for college on Friday. More...

Tom Brady discusses Edelman

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. —  The New England Patriots are celebrating another victory and lamenting the loss of another key contributor.  More...