February 22, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Mid-Winter hoops begins

BRUNSWICK — The 31st annual Boys Mid-Winter Basketball Classic and the 11th annual girls Mid-Winter event kicked off Monday with a spate of games at the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department. Girls Yarmouth 45, Durham 20 More...

KVAC, WMC stats released

PORTLAND — The Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference and Western Maine Conference recently released the final regular-season statistics for boys high school basketball. More...

Bath YMCA offers spring sessions

BATH — The Bath Area Family YMCA’s Early Spring Session 2012 is on tap, with the first session to start on Monday. From water aerobics to indoor group cycling, the YMCA has classes to help participants reach fitness goals. More...

Coastal Babe Ruth to host meeting

BATH — The initial meeting for Coastal Bath Babe Ruth (Bath, Brunswick, Topsham and Lisbon) is scheduled to be held Tuesday at the Bath Recreation Department at 6 p.m. The Public is invited along with prospective coaches and volunteers. More...

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Scarborough sweeps the USM field

Brunswick, Mt. Ararat boys tie for third; Brunswick girls end fifth

GORHAM — The Scarborough boys and girls came away with the State Class A Indoor Track and Field Championships Monday at the University of Southern Maine. The Brunswick and Mt. More...

Class C ski under way

RUMFORD — The Maine High School Class C Ski Championships got under way Monday with Freeport and Merriconeag among schools competing. More...

Nowitzki’s 26 help lead Mavs over Celtics, 89-73

Boston has lost four in a row

DALLAS Dirk Nowtizki and the defending champion Dallas Mavericks seem to be hitting their stride at the midway point of their season. The short-handed Boston Celtics are just struggling. More...

Blair wins butterfly; Brunswick 4th

Morse takes 7th in Class A boys swim

ORONO — The University of Maine at Orono was the site of Tuesday’s State Class A Boys Swimming Championships, with Bangor High School repeating what the Ram girls accomplished on Monday with a Class A title. More...

Class C state ski titles decided

RUMFORD — The North Yarmouth Academy boys and Merriconeag girls each repeated as State Class C Nordic champions after Tuesday’s Freestyle competition at Black Mountain. More...

Bowdoin swimmers shatter records

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Kee’s 18 points pace Huskies

BOSTON — Junior guard and former Morse High School standout Alex Kee scored 18 points, leading the University of Southern Maine men’s basketball team to a 71-60 non-conference victory over Wentworth Institute on Thursday. More...

Bowdoin squash claims 3rd place

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — The Bowdoin College men’s squash team defeated Hamilton on Sunday 8-1 to claim a third-place finish in the Summers Cup Division of the College Squash Association Team Championships. More...

Bowdoin’s Downey Player of the Week

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin sophomore forward Colin Downey has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Downey recorded six points, including the gamewinning goal in both of the Polar Bears’ road victories this past weekend. More...

Cubs send pitcher to Red Sox as comp for Epstein

FORT MYERS, Fla. ( AP) — Theo Epstein’s value to the Boston Red Sox was easy to gauge. A quick glance at the two World Series trophies at Fenway Park settles that. More...

State Class A track

THE STATE CLASS A Indoor Track and Field Championships were held Monday at the University of Southern Maine. Clockwise from the top left. Brunswick’s Allison Hill does the long jump; Mt. More...

Wiscasset boys battle hard in defeat

Waynflete holds off Wolverines in Western C hoops quarterfinals

AUGUSTA — One year ago today, the Wiscasset High School boys basketball team battled for six periods in a double overtime Western Maine Class C quarterfinal 50- 48 loss to Waynflete at the Augusta Civic Center. More...

Girls state swim meet held

BRUNSWICK — The 2012 Maine State Swimming Championships for girls was held on Monday at the University of Maine in Orono, with Bangor coming away with the team title for the second consecutive year. More...

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