May 14, 2018 RSS feed / Varsity Maine

Eagles edge ’Jammers

Mt. Ararat improves to 2-6 after 13-12 victory

TOPSHAM Friday afternoon’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference high school softball game between Camden Hills and Mt. Ararat had the feel of the team that came to hit last was going to pull out the victory. More...

Hall-Dale hands Lisbon first loss

LISBON When looking at the high school baseball schedule at the beginning of the season, Hall-Dale visiting Lisbon on Friday, May 11, was a game that was circled as one to watch. More...

Eagles tennis in action

  THE MT. ARARAT girls high school tennis team hosted Hampden Academy on Friday, falling 5-0. Clockwise from the top are Eagles Meri Stockford, Ryley Leech and Chloe Warren. More...

Rumble Ponies rout Sea Dogs

PORTLAND Of course it was on Jeff McNeil’s mind. But you can’t just hit a home run when you want to. More...

Morse JV girls lax edges G-NG

BATH — Kylie Grendell scored the go-ahead goal with eight minutes remaining to lift the Morse High School girls jayvee lacrosse team to a 10-7 victory over Gray-New Gloucester on Thursday. More...

Mt. Ararat 7th baseball rolls

BRUNSWICK — The Mt. Ararat Middle School baseball team piled up 22 runs en route to a 22-8 victory over “Battle of the Bridge” rival Brunswick on Thursday. More...

Brunswick 8th SB doubles up Eagles

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Junior High School eighth-grade softball team defeated Mt. Ararat, 6-3, on Thursday. Gabby West started in the circle for the Eagles with two scoreless innings. More...

SPF improves to 5-0 in Bath Ripken

BATH — Small Point Fisheries improved to 5-0 in recent Bath Cal Ripken baseball action. SPF held off Sharon Drake Real Estate, 14-8. Kiernan Mann led the offense with home run and two singles. More...

Greyhounds cruise to win

Mt. Ararat baseball downs Mt. Blue, 12-0

LISBON Mallory Fairbanks was 3- for-3 with four RBIs to power the Lisbon High School softball team to a 12-5 Mountain Valley Conference win over Hall-Dale on Friday. The Greyhounds take a 6-2 record into today’s 4 p.m. More...