April 24, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Thomas, Celtics level series

CHICAGO Isaiah Thomas is playing through tears after the death of his sister, drawing strength from the rest of the Boston Celtics. They found another gear in Chicago. More...

Bowdoin squeaks by Tufts

Polar Bears edge Jumbos, 4-3

BRUNSWICK The Bowdoin College softball team seniors finally got their first career win against Tufts on Saturday, but not without a little controversy. More...

Bruins bounced from playoffs

BOSTON Clarke MacArthur spent almost two full seasons recovering from a concussion, wondering if he would ever be able to return to the Senators. More...

Bowdoin lax shines on Senior Day

Men’s track wins first state title

BRUNSWICK The Bowdoin College women’s lacrosse team celebrated Senior Day at Ryan Field with an authoritative 23-14 victory over Colorado College on Saturday. More...

NASCAR washed out

BRISTOL, Tenn.   NASCAR has postponed the Monster Energy Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway because of heavy rain that is not expected to let up on Sunday. More...

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Sea Dogs rally to top Trenton

PORTLAND   Mike Olt delivered a walk-off, two-run single with two outs, and the Portland Sea Dogs (9-5) scored four times in the ninth inning to win the Eastern League rubber match against the Trenton Thunder (9-7), 6-5 on Sunday afternoon at Ha More...

Silverman, Bates roll over Wheaton

LEWISTON — The Bates College women’s tennis team won each singles match in straight sets in defeating Wheaton (Mass.) College, 8-1 in a non-conference match Friday in Merrill Gymnasium.  More...

O’Neal helps USM to top relay spot

BRUNSWICK — The University of Southern Maine women’s track and field team finished third among the 10 teams competing at the annual Aloha Relays held at Bowdoin College on Friday and Saturday. More...

Wiscasset Speedway loses opening week

WISCASSET — Wiscasset Speedway has had more than its share of good luck when it comes to weather over the past few years. As a matter of fact, the track hadn’t lost a full program to rain since June 2014. More...

Mt. Ararat JV lax falls to rival

BRUNSWICK — Riley Morin scored seven goals, but the Mt. More...

Hot Thomas men roll another win

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Davee nets 2 in UNE setback

BIDDEFORD — Roger Williams University outscored the University of New England, 10-2 in the second half to erase a four-goal halftime deficit and earn an 11-7 Commonwealth Coast Conference women’s lacrosse win Saturday afternoon on UNE&rsq More...

Sabattus to hold 5K fundraiser

SABATTUS — The Harry Conway Post 135 of Sabattus will be holding its inaugural 5K fundraiser on May 29.  The Sabattus Legion Memorial 5K Run/Walk will begin and end at the Legion hall on Island Road, off Main Street.  Registration wil More...

Red Sox stop Orioles, 6-2

BALTIMORE A spikes-high slide. A near beanball. Harsh talk in the clubhouse. More...

Richmond softball rolls past Sacopee

HIRAM Meranda Martin and Caitlin Kendrick combined for six hits as the Richmond High School softball team rolled to a 17-3 non-conference win over Sacopee Valley on Saturday. More...

Chappell edges Koepka to win PGA Texas Open

SAN ANTONIO   Kevin Chappell made an 8- foot putt on the final hole to win the Valero Texas Open by one stroke on Sunday.  Chappell had a 4-under 68 in the final round to finish at 12 under for the tournament, edging Brooks Koepka at TPC Sa More...

Dragons own first ‘Bridge’ battle

Brunswick lax defeats rival Mt. Ararat

BRUNSWICK   It certainly didn’t look like the first game of the season.  More...

Red Sox take out Jays in 10th

TORONTO When his first pitch of the day was driven to the edge of the warning track, Chris Sale was concerned he might be in for a long afternoon. Turns out he had nothing to worry about. More...

Spoils for a champion: Pats open season hosting Chiefs

One of the spoils of being champion: The New England Patriots will kick off the NFL season on Sept. 7 by hosting the Kansas City Chiefs.  New England earned that honor with its record comeback to beat Atlanta in the Super Bowl. More...