January 23, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Eagles’ woe continues, 45-41

Mt. Ararat girls (7-5) falls to EL

TOPSHAM — The start was everything Mt. Ararat High School girls basketball coach Kelly LaFountain wanted against Edward Little on Friday night. More...

Dragons fall to Greely for second time, 4-1

GIRLS HOCKEY

BRUNSWICK — Greely scored three goals in the first five minutes of the second period en route to a 4-1 Eastern girls high school hockey victory over Brunswick on Saturday at Sidney J. Watson Arena. More...

Patriot girls hold off Falcons, 46-41

Freeport loses fourth straight, now 5-7

FREEPORT In a key Western Maine Conference girls basketball game plagued by helter-skelter play and numerous turnovers, Gray- New Gloucester’s defense won out in the end. More...

Bill O’Brien: Following Joe Paterno an honor

BOSTON One of Bill O’Brien’s first acts as the new Penn State football coach was to mourn the loss of the old one. More...

Wilson wins Humana

LA QUINTA, Calif. More...

Wide left! Pats win

Patriots-Giants Super Bowl rematch set

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Tom Brady got all the help he needed to get the New England Patriots into the Super Bowl. Thank you, Billy Cundiff. More...

Dragons hold off Eagles

Brunswick hockey downs rival Mt. Ararat/Lisbon for second time, 3-2

BRUNSWICK — Round two of this season’s boys Eastern A high school hockey contest between rivals Brunswick and Mt. Ararat/Lisbon ended with the same score as back on Dec. 29 — 3-2 with the Dragons coming out top at Sidney J. More...

A YOUNG START TO A RIVALRY

  THE BRUNSWICK JUNIOR HIGH ice hockey team met Mt. Ararat/Lisbon in a Southern Maine Middle School Hockey League Hawkins Division clash at Bowdoin College’s Sidney J. More...

No. 4 Duke downs Wake

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Andre Dawkins scored all 21 of his points in the first half, and No. 4 Duke beat Wake Forest 91- 73 on Thursday night for its 45th straight victory at Cameron Indoor Stadium. More...

Pierce finds stroke as Celtics win

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Boston Celtics were missing one of their star guards when the game started, and then lost another in the second quarter. The way Paul Pierce was playing, it didn’t matter. More...

Seguin shootout goal lifts Bruins past Flyers

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Tyler Seguin scored the decisive goal against Ilya Bryzgalov in a shootout and Tim Thomas and the Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-5 on Sunday. More...

Greyhound girls surprise Bulldogs

LISBON FALLS — Alexa Harmon’s fourth 3- pointer tied the game, and Bailey Madore hit two key free throws late in the fourth quarter as the Lisbon High School girls basketball team surprised Hall-Dale 48-47 in Mountain Valley Conference ac More...

Brunswick downs Cony

AUGUSTA — Trent Anderson scored 14 points and Garrett Erb 12 as the Brunswick High School boys basketball team held off a late Cony run for a 54-42 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory on Friday. More...

Indiana rallies past Penn St.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Cody Zeller scored 18 points and No. 11 Indiana rallied for a 73-54 victory over Penn State on Sunday, hours after the Nittany Lions learned of the death of former football coach Joe Paterno. More...

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Bowdoin swim teams impress over weekend

BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted a non-scoring meet against Division I Maine- Orono on Saturday at Greason Pool. More...

Big finish lifts Bruins

NEWARK, N. J. ( AP) — Mired in somewhat of a minislump, the Boston Bruins needed only one good period to beat the New Jersey Devils and get back on track. More...

Maine falls to Hartford, 63-49

ORONO — Wes Cole and Genesis Maciel came off the bench to combine for 25 points as Hartford continued its run toward respectability with a 63- 49 victory over the University of Maine Thursday night in America East Conference action. More...

Waltrip headlines NASCAR’s third Hall of Fame class

Driver won three titles, 84 races

CHARLOTTE, N.C. Darrell Waltrip was nicknamed “Jaws” as a driver for his outrageous trash-talking. His loquaciousness launched his second career, as one of NASCAR’s most recognized — and outspoken — television analysts. More...