January 10, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

The tide turns Alabama’s way

’Bama defense shuts down Tigers in BCS title game

NEW ORLEANS Courtney Upshaw was standing on the field of the Superdome, basking in the glow of a national championship, when someone handed him the defensive MVP award. More...

Good start lifts Dragons to victory

BRUNSWICK — Slow starts have been a problem for the Brunswick High School girls hockey team over the past couple games. On Monday at Sidney J. More...

No doubt: Tide No. 1

NEW ORLEANS ( AP) — Alabama split the games and swept the titles. The Crimson Tide was voted No. More...

Stricker opens 2012 with a win in Hawaii

KAPALUA, Hawaii — Steve Stricker has a bad habit of losing big leads. He managed to slip back into his old habit of winning. More...

Woolwich Central girls finish 11-1

WOOLWICH — The Woolwich Central School girls basketball team finished the regular season with an 11- 1 record and two recent wins. Woolwich defeated Bristol and Great Salt Bay. More...

Woolwich boys gain top seed

WOOLWICH — The Woolwich Central School boys basketball team claimed the top seed in the Bus Line League Tournament with two recent victories. In a 65-24 win over Bristol, Woolwich led 21-4, 38-8 and 50- 19 at the breaks. More...

Freeport tracksters open WMC season

GORHAM — The Freeport High School indoor track team opened its season on Friday with a Western Maine Conference meet at the University of Southern Maine. More...

Nichols shines for Hamilton swimming

CLINTON, N. Y — Reid Swartz and Taylor Hogenkamp each won two events for Hamilton College at the Key West Invitational in Florida on Jan. 7. Hamilton defeated Clarkson University 117-31. More...

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Mt. Ararat 7th girls drop two games

TOPSHAM — Cony outscored Mt. Ararat 19-9 in the third quarter en route to a 44- 32 victory in a seventhgrade middle school girls basketball game recently. More...

Mt. Ararat JV boys fall to Messalonskee

TOPSHAM — Messalonskee turned a one-point halftime lead into a 10-point advantage after three quarters in a 57-37 win over Mt. Ararat in a high school jayvee boys basketball game on Thursday. More...

Morse wrestling in ‘The Pit’

  THE MORSE HIGH SCHOOL wrestling team hosted Winslow and Lincoln Academy Saturday at “The Pit.” Clockwise from the top, Morse wrestler Aidan McGowan reacts after just pinning Winslow’s Paul Willette; Brody Losier of Morse has a firm grip on More...

Wiscasset boys win

WISCASSET — Jason Weatherbee and Caleb Bryant combined on 24 points in the paint as the Wiscasset High School boys basketball team rolled to a 59-34 Mountain Valley Conference win over Monmouth on Monday. More...

Marchand suspended

NEW YORK (AP) — Bruins forward Brad Marchand has been suspended for five games by the NHL because of a hit on the Canucks’ Sami Salo. The league considers Marchand a repeat offender. He received a two-game suspension in March 2011. More...

St. John’s girls fall to Durham

DURHAM — The St. John’s School girls basketball team came up short in a 32-30 loss to Durham Elementary School on Thursday. Mikayla Pietkiewicz led St. More...

Mt. Ararat girls hoops lose to Lewiston

TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat Middle School seventh grade girls fell to Lewiston 33-25 in recent action. More...

Mt. Ararat girls skate in defeat

NORTH YARMOUTH — The Mt. Ararat girls ice hockey team faced off against the Southern Maine Extreme at Travis Roy Arena recently and fell 5-1. More...

Morse JV girls topple Belfast

BATH — The Morse High School jayvee girls basketball team beat Belfast 40-25 recently. Morse (3-3) led 3-2 after one period and the teams were tied 10-10 at the half. Morse led 22-16 going into the last period. More...

Swim time in Bath

Eagles, ’Builders hit the pool in high school meet

BATH — Mt. Ararat High School swim coach Mike Smith said his team is still trying to put the right swimmers into the right events. Morse coach Todd Marco concurred. More...

Brunswick holds off Mt. Blue

BOYS ROUNDUP

BRUNSWICK — Mitch Black drained five 3-pointers as the Brunswick High School boys basketball team held off Mt. Blue for a 59-56 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory on Friday. More...