December 9, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

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Suggs, UNE stuns 14th-ranked Colby WATERVILLE — The University of New England women’s basketball team held 14th-ranked Colby scoreless for the first three minutes of overtime en route to a 70-63 victory over the Mules at Wadsworth Gymnas More...

Steelers limp past Cleveland, 14-3

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The adrenaline had long since worn off by the time Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger slowly — very slowly — trudged toward his locker following the Steelers’ 14-3 win over Cleveland on Thursday night. More...

Bowdoin edges Bates

BRUNSWICK — Jill Henrikson and Ellery Gould combined for 40 points as the Bowdoin College women’s basketball team used a strong second half to take a 66-60 non-conference win over rival Bates on Thursday evening at Morrell Gymnasium. More...

Pujols, Angels agree to 10-year, $254M deal

DALLAS ( AP) — Threetime NL MVP Albert Pujols agreed Thursday to a $ 254 million, 10-year contract with the Los Angeles Angels, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press. More...

It’s ‘Opening Night’ for area teams

Basketball, swimming, wrestling take center stage

BRUNSWICK Lights. Cameras. Action. Although girls ice hockey has been skating for a couple of weeks, tonight marks “Opening Night” for many athletic teams, most notably basketball. More...

Bruins drop second straight

Theodore saves 40 as Florida edges Boston 2-0

BOSTON Jose Theodore saw his share of the Bruins when he was with the rival Montreal Canadiens. More...

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Mt. Ararat, Morse ‘Play for a Cure’

TOPSHAM With the Morse-Mt. More...

UMaine football carries momentum into quarterfinals

Black Bears visit Georgia Southern on Saturday (2 p.m.)

ORONO In July, Colonial Athletic Association coaches picked the University of Maine football team to finish ninth in the 10-team conference (Massachusetts was not counted in the league standings because of its pending move to the Bowl Championship S More...