February 3, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

KVAC, Mid-State wrestling on tap

Conference championships set for Saturday

BRUNSWICK — The postseason for high school wrestling arrives on Saturday with the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Championships at Cony High School and the Mid-States at Wells. Mt. More...

Mt. Ararat JV boys fall to Skowhegan

TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat High School jayvee boys basketball team fell to Skowhegan 55-46 on Tuesday. Mt. Ararat trailed 9-8 after one quarter, went up 24-22 at the half, and the teams were tied at 35 after three quarters. More...

Brunswick JV boys earn two more wins

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School jayvee boys basketball team earned two more victories over Edward Little and Oxford Hills, taking the Dragons’ record to 11-4. More...

Bath 8th boys lose to Auburn

AUBURN — The Bath Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team was outscored 20-10 in the third quarter in a 60- 47 loss to Auburn on Monday. Auburn led 14- 12 after a quarter, but the Destroyers pulled into a 26-26 deadlock at the break. More...

Sugg girls sweep past Maranacook

LISBON FALLS — Adrianna White scored a game-high 24 points as the Sugg Middle School eighth-grade girls basketball team ran past Maranacook 46-22 on Tuesday. Katherine George chipped in eight points for the victors. More...

Morse JVs topple Lincoln Academy

BATH — The Morse High School jayvee boys basketball team defeated Lincoln Academy 55-52 on Tuesday. Paul Whalen hit two free throws with 33 seconds left to put Morse up by three. Morse led 16-9, 25-18 and 36-32 at the quarter breaks. More...

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’Canes sweep Bruins

BOSTON (AP) — Sweeping the defending Stanley Cup champions is nice, but the Carolina Hurricanes would trade all four wins for a better spot in the standings. More...

Mt. Ararat/Lisbon hockey improves to 5-6

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Tough night on hardwood for locals BRUNSWICK — The Mt. Ararat/ Lisbon boys high school hockey team dominated from start to finish in a 2-0 Eastern A victory over Windham/ Sacopee Valley on Thursday at Sidney J. Watson Arena. More...

Bowdoin squash set for openers

BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College men’s and women’s squash teams learned their opening round opponents for the 2012 New England Small College Athletic Conference Tournament this upcoming weekend at Trinity College. More...

Kee scores 11 in USM victory

GORHAM — Senior forward Jeremy Jackson scored a game- high 14 points and pulled down a team-high nine rebounds to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a 56-44 win over the Colby College Mules in a non-conference men’s college More...

Silverman named top tennis player

PORTLAND — On Saturday night, the Maine Tennis Association named Maisie Silverman the number- one player in Maine tennis for 2011 in both the women’s open and the Girls 16s. Silverman, a sophomore at Brunswick High School, earned the No. More...

Save our Bridge registration online

TOPSHAM — The ninth annual “Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K” is scheduled for April 15 at 10 a.m. Online Registration and downloadable registration forms are available at www.saveourbridge.org. More...

Sea Dogs to offer ‘All You Can Eat’

PORTLAND — The Portland Sea Dogs have introduced the “All You Can Eat Seat,” made possible by U.S. Cellular, for the 2012 season. More...

Raging Bulls set for 15th season

OLD ORCHARD BEACH — The Southern Maine Raging Bulls, a “AAA” semi-professional football team, will hold an informational meeting on Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. at Jimmy the Greeks. More...

Mt. Ararat JV girls split two games

TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat High school jayvee girls basketball team split two recent games. The Eagles beat Erskine Academy 37- 26. Mt. Ararat trailed 8-4 after one quarter, but led 16-13 at the half and 38-19 after three. More...

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