February 1, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Freeport girls snap skein

Falcons topple Fryeburg, 59-48

FRYEBURG — Nina Davenport had 18 points and Leigh Wyman added 17 as the Freeport High School girls basketball team ended a sixgame losing streak with a 59- 48 Western Maine Conference victory over Fryeburg Academy on Tuesday. More...

Henrikson keys Bowdoin women

Hanley’s 20 rebounds sparks Bowdoin men past Thomas

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College senior Jill Henrikson of Bath scored 25 points with nine rebounds and nine steals to lead the Polar Bear women’s basketball team to a 65-45 win over Eastern Connecticut State University Tuesday evening at Morre More...

Charron sparks Eagles

TOPSHAM — Tyler Charron hit seven 3-pointers and scored a game-high 27 points as the Mt. Ararat High School boys basketball team rolled to a 78-56 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Skowhegan on Tuesday. More...

Bowdoin’s Donahue Player of the Week

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin junior point guard Kaitlin Donahoe has been named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. More...

Second honor for Bowdoin’s Holtz

BRUNSWICK — For the second time in three weeks, Bowdoin’s Kayte Holtz has been named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Women’s Ice Hockey Player of the Week. More...

NESCAC honors Bowdoin’s Mecray

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College senior Nathan Mecray has been named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Men’s Swimmer of the Week. More...

Mt. Ararat Middle boys in hoops sweep

TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat Middle School boys basketball teams swept Oxford Hills in Monday’s action. More...

Morse frosh girls fall to Oceanside

ROCKLAND — The Morse High School girls freshman basketball squad fell to Oceanside 51-35 on Saturday. Morse trailed 15-11, 25-21 and 34-26 at the quarter breaks, and was nine for 18 at the foul line. More...

Bath 7th girls drop one to Auburn

BATH — The Bath Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team played its final regular season contest on Monday and fell to Auburn 39-30. Bath trailed 10-1, 18-7 and 27-12 at the quarter breaks. More...

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Center-ice goal lifts Bruins, 4-3

BOSTON ( AP) — Dennis Seidenberg scored the tiebreaking goal on a slap shot from center ice in the third period, rallying the Boston Bruins to a 4- 3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. More...

Celtics survive Cavs’ comeback 93-90

CLEVELAND The Boston Celtics didn’t completely collapse. They merely crumbled this time. More...

Patriots’ offense set to rebound

INDIANAPOLIS ( AP) — Tom Brady overthrew a wideopen Rob Gronkowski in the first quarter. Then he threw an interception in the fourth. He was right on target, though, in his postgame assessment. More...

Nichols, Hamilton swim falls to Union

SCHENECTTADY, N. Y. — Taylor Hogenkamp finished first in two freestyle events and helped two relays to victory in Hamilton College’s dual meet loss at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., on Saturday. Union prevailed 180-114. More...

Oceanside derails Morse frosh boys

BATH — Oceanside beat Morse High School 59-29 Saturday in freshman boys basketball action. A 23-4 third-quarter spurt sparked the visitors, who posted quarterly leads of 8-7, 20-19 and 43-23. More...

Brunswick JH skaters in win over Gorham

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Junior High ‘B’ ice hockey team nipped Gorham 8-7 Sunday at Sidney J. Watson Arena. More...

Bath 8th girls hoops finish season at 5-5

BATH — The Bath Middle School eighth-grade girls basketball team lost to Auburn 30-23 Monday to finish the regular season at 5-5. More...

Mt. Ararat JV boys fall to Erskine

SOUTH CHINA — The Mt. Ararat High School jayvee boys basketball team fell to Erskine Academy 55-41 on Monday. The Eagles trailed 14-6, 31-17 and 43- 31 at the quarter breaks. At the foul line, Mt. Ararat was eight of 32 and Erskine 15 of 26. More...

Brunswick freshman boys now 10-1

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School freshman boys beat Edward Little Friday, 49-36, to move the Dragons to 10-1 on the season. More...