December 12, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Bowdoin men’s hoops topple Bates

John Squires had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Bobcats, who played without leading scorer Ed Bogdanovich. More...

Freeport opens with win over NYA

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

FREEPORT — The Freeport High School girls basketball team opened its season Friday with a 62- 31 win over North Yarmouth Academy. Freeport, scheduled to visit Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday, led 18-12, 32-15 and 46-23 at the quarter breaks. More...

Eagles make Bishop victor in debut

Dragons fall to Rams BRUNSWICK 1 BANGOR 6

BRUNSWICK — Eric Stuckey scored from a goalmouth scramble with 2:12 left in regulation to lift Mt. Ararat High School to a 2-1 ice hockey win over Westbrook. Stuckey converted a Logan Magwire feed to help the Eagles in their season opener. More...

Alabama ends two-game skid; Memphis falls

NCAA MEN’S TOP 25 HOOPS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — JaMychal Green scored 21 points and No. 16 Alabama rebounded from a twogame losing streak to beat Detroit 62-54 on Sunday night. More...

Patriots get first win at Washington, 34-27

LANDOVER, Md. Tom Brady yelled at a coach because of an interception. The Washington Redskins hollered at the refs. It’s fair to say Brady did it because he and the New England Patriots have such high expectations. More...

Rivers has center plans for KG

WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) — Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers isn’t worried about his team’s lack of depth at center. He plans on using Kevin Garnett a lot more in that role this season. More...

Georgia Southern beats Maine

STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) — Quarterback Jaybo Shaw ran for two touchdowns and threw for another Saturday to lead Georgia Southern to a 35-23 win over Maine in the Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinals. More...

Freeport boys earn first win

AREA BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

NORTH YARMOUTH — Mitch Loeman scored a gamehigh 18 points as the Freeport High School boys basketball team won its Western Maine Conference season-opener, 61- 39 over North Yarmouth Academy on Friday. More...

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