June 16, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

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Richmond softball faces Penobscot Valley Saturday in Class D Final

RICHMOND For most high school softball players, playing in the state championship game is a dream. For softball players at Richmond, it’s the norm. That’s especially true for the current group of seniors. More...

Lisbon tried and true

Ridley leads Greyhounds to State C baseball title game

LISBON   Being Pittsburgh born and bred, it is easy for myself to look back and realize those iconic athletes who are “Pittsburgh.”  Mario Lemieux, former Pittsburgh Penguin great and owner of the team, is Pittsburgh. More...

Dragon boys lax start time changed

BRUNSWICK   The Maine Principals’ Association has changed the starting time for the State Class A boys lacrosse championship at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland on Saturday.  Brunswick, which defeated Lewiston in the Class A North regi More...

’Dogs stumble to Curve

ALTOONA, Pa. The Altoona Curve (35-29) scored four times in the fourth inning and Alex McRae (5-2) hurled seven innings, defeating the Portland Sea Dogs (29-32), 7-1 on Thursday afternoon at Peoples Natural Gas Field. More...

Rickie Fowler on top at U.S. Open

Several top players struggle at Erin Hills

ERIN, WIS. Erin Hills played like a pushover for a U.S. Open. Check out the score of Rickie Fowler, who matched the U.S. Open scoring record to par for the opening round with a 7-under 65. More...

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Highland Green opens with a win

GRAY   Highland Green opened its Zone 3 Senior American Legion baseball season on Thursday with a 6-0 victory over United at Gray-New Gloucester High School.  The combination of Cam Grant, Alex Larson, Mike Stewart and Kam Labbe pitched in More...

SHIPBUILDERS SPRINT HELD IN BATH

THE SHIPBUILDERS SPRINT road race was held recently, with a turnout of 96 participants raising over $4,000 for the Bath High School Alumni Association. More...

LeVasseur earns medals in Games

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick’s Jerry LeVasseur recently captured two medals at the National Senior Games in Birmingham, Ala. The meet had 10,500 athletes competing in 19 events in the 50-and-over meet. More...

Coastal Summer Challenge set

BRUNSWICK — The 31st year of the county’s largest Father’s Day Premier Soccer Tournament kicks off at Bowdoin College this weekend as youth soccer players jump into action. More...

Brunswick softball top sportsmen

AUGUSTA — The Brunswick High School softball team was recognized recently. The Dragons were awarded the 2017 Class A North Sportsmanship Award. More...

Red Sox fail to score for Sale in 1-0 loss

PHILADELPHIA Nick Pivetta figured that if the Phillies were going to end their losing streak he needed to keep up with Boston ace Chris Sale. More...

Housley returning to Buffalo as Sabres coach

The Associated Press  BUFFALO, N.Y.   Phil Housley still remembers high-fiving Sabres fans at Memorial Auditorium in opening his Hall of Fame career in Buffalo during the 1980s. More...

The 16th annual Blue and White Golf Classic held

BATH The 16th annual Blue and White Golf Classic was held at the Bath Golf Club on June 9. More...

Henderson leads Meijer LPGA Classic

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Brooke Henderson shot an 8-under 63 on Thursday to top the star-packed leaderboard in the Meijer LPGA Classic. More...

Back to Portland!

Brunswick lax wins another regional final

BRUNSWICK   Christian Glover passed. Aiden Glover scored. Don Glover coached. Brunswick did it again.  More...

Bangor puts end to Eagles’ run

Rams earn 3-0 win, fourth straight regional title

AUGUSTA If the fans crowding into Morton Field on Wednesday for the Class A North regional baseball final were running a bit late, they missed a lot. Mt. More...

Greyhounds bust out to win first C South crown

Big sixth inning lifts Lisbon, 12-5

STANDISH The Lisbon Greyhounds treat all two-out rallies the same, but not all two-out rallies are created equal. Top-seeded Lisbon exploded for seven unearned runs with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull away from No. More...

Mookie lifts Red Sox past Phillies, 7-3

PHILADELPHIA The Boston Red Sox sure didn’t look like a team that didn’t get to bed until the sun came up Wednesday. More...

Sea Dogs rally past Altoona, 7-4

ALTOONA, Pa.   The Portland Sea Dogs (29-31) scored six runs in the second inning and never looked back, defeating the Altoona Curve (34- 29), 7-4, Wednesday night at Peoples Natural Gas Field. More...