February 15, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Waynflete, Veroneau too much

Lisbon girls fall to Flyers in West C prelim, 65-31

PORTLAND — Waynflete’s Martha Veroneau was the one player Lisbon High School girls basketball coach Julie Wescott heard about prior to Tuesday’s Western Maine Class C preliminary game. More...

Buckeyes ahead in Big Ten

COLLEGE HOOPS

MINNEAPOLIS ( AP) — William Buford scored 24 points to spark No. More...

Hyde wrestlers shine in tourney

BATH — Hyde School hosted the 2012 Class A League Wrestling Championships on Saturday.  This tournament brought together the 13 schools of the New England Class A League to qualify the top-four place winning wrestlers in each weight class More...

Special Olympics ice derby on tap

POLAND — An ice fishing derby for all Special Olympics Maine athletes is scheduled to be held at Range Pond State Park in Poland on Feb. 18 from 8 a.m. to noon.  There is a $1.50 state park usage fee per person. More...

Mid-Winter Classic on tap next week

BRUNSWICK — The 31st annual boys Mid-Winter Basketball Classic and the 11th annual girls event are scheduled to be held next week at the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department.  The 24-team boys tournament features five Mid-coast region More...

Hoop playoffs under way

Prelim action set for tonight, Wednesday

BRUNSWICK   The Heal Point Standings have been finalized and the MPA basketball postseason is about to begin with preliminary round action today and Wednesday.  The Brunswick boys, Mt. More...

Bud Selig receives Epstein arguments

NEW YORK (AP) — Boston and the Cubs have submitted written arguments to baseball Commissioner Bud Selig on what compensation the Red Sox should receive for allowing Theo Epstein to leave for Chicago.  More...

Tiger Woods goes from inevitable to unpredictable

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.   Phil Mickelson has beaten Tiger Woods the last five times they have played together in the final round.  But never like this.  This was a pounding at Pebble Beach. More...

Brunswick JV boys get past Mt. Ararat

TOPSHAM — The visiting Brunswick High School boys jayvee basketball team posted a 64-38 victory over rival Mt. Ararat on Thursday in season finale action.  Brunswick led 13- 7, 26- 19 and 40- 24 at the quarter breaks  More...

Brunswick frosh boys end at 13-2

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School freshman boys basketball squad beat Mt. Ararat on Thursday 49-39 to finish the season 13-2.  More...

Bruins fail to solve Lundqvist in 3-0 loss to Rangers

BOSTON — The New York Rangers are pulling away from the defending Stanley Cup champions and the rest of the Eastern Conference. More...

Lin’s amazing story gets a thrilling finish

Kid from Harvard keys Knicks again

TORONTO (AP) — Already writing the NBA’s best story, Jeremy Lin has now scripted a thrilling finish.  Nothing about the kid from Harvard should be a surprise anymore. More...

Bowdoin Nordic skiing takes 11th

STOWE, Vt. — The Bowdoin College Nordic ski team finished 11th of 12 teams at the Dartmouth Carnival last weekend.  More...

Bowdoin sets mark for female weekend

BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College Athletic Department hosted a record-setting number of participants at its annual “Girls and Women in Sports Weekend.”  More...

Maine Hall selects Howard Vandersea

WATERVILLE — The Maine Sports Hall of Fame is scheduled induct eight new members at its 37th Annual Awards Banquet on May 20 at the Bangor Civic Center.  Inductees are Walter H. Abbott, Orono; Phillip A. More...

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Papi’s back!

Ortiz, Red Sox avoid hearing, agree at $14,575,000

BOSTON   David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox avoided salary arbitration by agreeing Monday to a one-year contract worth $14,575,000.  The deal for the slugging designated hitter was midway between the $16.5 million he asked for last month an More...

Judge: Sandusky can have local jury, see grandkids

HARRISBURG, Pa.   A judge rejected requests by prosecutors that jurors be brought in from outside the State College area to hear the child sex-abuse case against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.  More...

Sugg middle teams stumble in finales

LISBON FALLS — Hayley Ward had 19 points and Makenzie Lewis 10 as St. More...

Mt. Ararat JV girls down Brunswick

BRUNSWICK — The Mt. Ararat and Brunswick high school jayvee girls basketball teams concluded their seasons on Thursday with the Eagles prevailing over the Dragons, 50-33.  Olivia Swan led all scorers with 13 points for Mt. Ararat.  More...