April 10, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Harper wins national swim title

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The walking wounded

Missing several players, Celtics in good spot for postseason

BOSTON Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward exchanged the kind of toothy giggles normally only found between kids on a playground when they were introduced as the new faces of the Celtics. More...

Polar Bears drop 14-4 decision to Saint Joseph’s

STANDISH The Bowdoin College baseball team suffered a 14-4 setback at the hands of Saint Joseph’s on Monday afternoon. The Polar Bears fell to 9-10, while the Monks climbed to 16-5. More...

Mariners affiliated with N.Y. Rangers

PORTLAND   The Maine Mariners announced Monday that the team has entered into an affiliation agreement with the National Hockey League’s New York Rangers.  More...

Red Sox shortstop Bogaerts lands on DL

BOSTON   Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts was put on the 10-day disabled list because of a cracked bone in his left ankle.  Boston says an MRI confirmed the injury on Monday, a day after he was hurt. More...

Thunder into playoffs

George, Westbrook power Oklahoma City to 115-93 win over Miami Heat

MIAMI Paul George scored 27 points, Russell Westbrook got his 25th triple-double of the season and the Oklahoma City Thunder clinched a playoff spot with a 115-93 win over the Miami Heat on Monday night. More...

WR Beckham reports

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.   The New York Giants have opened their first organized team activities under new coach Pat Shurmur with star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. More...

Sea Dogs fall to 0-4

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Scherzer pitches/steals Nationals past Braves, 2-0

WASHINGTON Max Scherzer stole the first base of his professional career and allowed only two singles in his fifth big league shutout, and the Washington Nationals ended a five-game losing skid while getting back to .500 with a 2-0 victory over the A More...

Bates tennis wins, loses during weekend

LEWISTON — The No. 28 nationally-ranked Bates College women’s tennis team defeated No. 29 Trinity, 8-1, Sunday inside Merrill Gymnasium for a hard-fought second NESCAC victory of the season.  More...

Harriman takes 5th at college meet

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USM women’s lax falls on the road

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Paulus scores in Bobcats victory

NEW LONDON, Conn. — The Bates College women’s lacrosse team scored five of the final six goals to defeat host Connecticut College, 10- 7, Saturday, giving the Bobcats their second NESCAC win of the season.  More...

Franklin Pierce drops lax contest

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Brunswick’s Munn helps Thomas roll

WATERVILLE — The Thomas College men’s tennis team earned a pair of weekend 9-0 victories. Against the University of Southern Maine on Saturday, the Terriers received a pair of wins from Brunswick’s Ross Munn. At No. More...

Bourget tosses solid relief for Husson

STANDISH — Saint Joseph’s College (13-5) toppled Husson University (5-9), 11-1, in a non-conference baseball contest at Larry Mahaney Diamond on Thursday afternoon.  The Monks extended their winning streak to 10 games.  Saint Jo More...

Dynamic matchups in NHL Eastern Conference

Seeding means nothing in the giant game of rock, paper, scissors that is the Eastern Conference playoffs. More...

Polar Bears sweep away Mules

Bowdoin softball rolls to 3rd straight win

BRUNSWICK The Bowdoin College softball team swept NESCAC rival Colby, 12-0 in both ends of a doubleheader at Pickard Softball Field on Saturday. More...

Reed holds off Fowler, Speith for first major

AUGUSTA, Ga. Patrick Reed became famous playing for his country. He won for himself on Sunday at the Masters. More...