December 7, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Dragons looking for final big step

Girls basketball begins Friday and Saturday for area teams GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW

BRUNSWICK Last season was the year that Sam Farrell’s Brunswick High School girls basketball team found that certain something. More...

Polar Bears overwhelm Beavers

BRUNSWICK   Bowdoin College owned the board, dominated the perimeter, enjoyed all the comforts of Morrell Gymnasium and hustled to a 112-24 victory over the University of Maine at Farmington’s women’s basketball team Wednesday night. More...

Shorthanded Celtics best Dallas Mavericks, 97-90

BOSTON   The Boston Celtics are no strangers to adjusting on the fly this season.  They recovered from Gordon Hayward’s injury on opening night and the early absence of Marcus Morris to reel of 16 straight victories following an 0-2 s More...

Patriots on top of latest poll

NEW YORK Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are back in a familiar spot at this point of the NFL season — playing their best football and preparing for another run at the Super Bowl. More...

Saints can take firm control of NFC South vs Falcons

One of the NFL’s better rivalries has plenty riding on its latest installment.  Saints-Falcons on Thursday night also is one of the better midweek matchups on this year’s schedule.  More...

Suspensions highlight NFL’s indispensable

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Tough night on the ice for area squads

WATERVILLE Anna Chadwick and Julia Hinkley scored a third-period goal each as Winslow/Gardiner held on for a 5-2 girls high school ice hockey victory over Brunswick on Wednesday at Colby College. More...

For the record

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Capitals whip Hawks

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

WASHINGTON Tom Wilson had two goals and two assists and Alex Ovechkin had a goal and three assists in the Washington Capitals’ 6-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night. More...

Cavaliers win 13th straight

NBA GLANCE

CLEVELAND   LeBron James drained a 3-pointer with 15 seconds left and finished with 32 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers tied a franchise record with their 13th straight win, 101- 95 over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night.  More...

Local swimmers hit the pools

HIGH SCHOOL SWIM PREVIEW

BATH As the temperatures dip outside, area swim and dive teams head inside to the local pools to compete in the 2017/18 high school swim season. More...

FIELD HOCKEY PLAYERS HONORED

THE MAINE FIELD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION held its annual All-State banquet Dec. 3 at the Augusta Civic Center. Local players from Mt. Ararat and Lisbon were honored as All-State selections. More...

Gronkowski’s suspension upheld

BOSTON   The NFL has denied Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s appeal of a one-game suspension for a late, gratuitous hit to the head of Bills defensive back Tre’Davious White. More...

Bowdoin men’s hockey wins, 1-0

GORHAM Pat Geary scored the game’s lone goal to return the Bowdoin College men’s ice hockey team to the win column with a 1-0 victory at the University of Southern Maine on Tuesday evening. More...

Brunswick 8th girls fall to Mt. Ararat

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Junior High School eighth-grade girls basketball team opened the season Monday with a 52-40 loss to “Battle of the Bridge” rival Mt. Ararat. More...

LRSC swimmers break records

BATH — The Long Reach Swim Club from the Bath Area Family YMCA recently competed in a meet, with several records falling. Olivia Harper broke two Bath YMCA pool records. More...

Mt. Ararat 7th boys roll to win

TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat seventh-grade girls basketball team opened its season with a 50-38 victory over Brunswick on Monday.  More...

Bates falls to Colby, 58-47

LEWISTON — Colby College held the Bates women’s basketball team under 25- percent shooting from the field and received 19 points and nine rebounds from senior captain Katie McCrum in a 58-47 victory Tuesday night at Alumni Gymnasium.  More...

Mt. Ararat 8th boys down Huskies

TOPSHAM — The Mt. More...

Bath MS 8th boys now 5-2

BATH — Jansen Morrison popped for 23 points as the Bath Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team rolled to a 66-50 victory over Gray-New Gloucester on Tuesday. Gabe Aucoin added 17 points, with Thomas Guild chipping in 10 in the win. More...