FORT KENT – University of Maine-Fort Kent sophomore Andre Anderson has been named to the NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America Second Team. Anderson is the first UMFK athlete to receive the honor. The Bengals compiled a 20-1-2 record this fall and advanced to the national quarterfinals. Read More
    CAPE COD, Mass. – Senior forward Lindsey McNamara of Bowdoin College has been chosen as the 2008 ECAC Division III Field Hockey Player of the Year for the second straight year. McNamara helped lead the Brunswick-based school to its second straight national championship and ranked… Read More
    ORONO – The Friends of Maine Hockey will host their annual “Skate with the Bears” on Sunday from 2-4 p.m. at Alfond Arena. This is a great opportunity for fans of all ages to meet members of the University of Maine men’s and women’s hockey… Read More
    RINDGE, N.H. – Franklin Pierce University field hockey freshman goalie Kristin Tormollan of Waterville will be featured in the Faces in the Crowd section of the Dec. 8 issue of Sports Illustrated. Tormollan helped lead Franklin Pierce to its first berth in the Northeast-10 Conference… Read More
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Cherryfield’s Jim Layton is one of 10 grand prize winners of the Gillette TimeShaver Challenge and will participate Saturday in a customized driving school at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. The driving school, part of the Richard Petty Driving Experience, is led by the… Read More
    BANGOR – The Harlem Globetrotters are bringing its 2009 Spinning the Globe World Tour to the Bangor Auditorium on March 23, 2009. The game tips off at 7 p.m. with tickets starting at $15. Tickets can be purchased at the Bangor Auditorium box office and… Read More
    CHICAGO – The Gatorade Company, in partnership with ESPN RISE Magazine, has announced Jack Heary of Deering High School in Portland was selected as the 2008-09 Gatorade Maine Football Player of the Year. The 5-foot-9, 160-pound senior running back rushed for 2,177 yards and scored… Read More
    The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has announced that the University of Maine is one of only 59 schools of all three NCAA divisions in the country to have both the men’s and women’s soccer teams earn the Team Academic Award for the 2007-08 academic year. To… Read More
    PORTLAND – Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame pitcher Luis Tiant will make an appearance at the USA Boxing New England Championship Finals on Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Stevens Avenue Armory. Tiant, who recorded four 20-win seasons with the Red Sox, will be… Read More
    ORONO – Coach Jack Cosgrove and members of the University of Maine football team will attend a postgame reception today at the Wells Conference Center following the Maine-New Hampshire football game. The reception, which will start at 3:30 p.m. or 20 minutes after the game,… Read More
    Play-by-play announcer Rich Kimball and color analyst Bob Lucy of the University of Maine football radio network will host a special show tonight from 6 to 6:30 on WAEI Bangor (97.1 FM). Black Bears head coach Jack Cosgrove, along with former UMaine coach Walt Abbott and Dave Coulson,… Read More
    ORONO – The University of Maine plans a community rally at 12:15 p.m. today for the Black Bear football team, which will take a six-game winning streak into a Saturday showdown against the University of New Hampshire. The rally is at UMaine’s Memorial Union. googletag.cmd.push(function… Read More
    BANGOR – Levant’s Tyler Cotter bowled his first career 300 game at Family Fun Bowling Center during the High School Bowling League. The 18-year-old Hermon High School senior rolled 254-173-300 for a 727 series. It was the first perfect game on synthetic lanes at Family… Read More
    ORONO – University of Maine men’s soccer freshman Daniel Tannous of Thornhill, Ontario, was named to Canada’s men’s U-20 team for its upcoming camp in Switzerland. Tannous is one of 18 players selected by coach Tony Fonseca for the team, which will play two preparatory matches in Switzerland. Read More
    CARRABASSETT VALLEY – Sugarloaf has begun snowmaking and the resort plans to open for the season Friday. Rich Wilkinson, vice president of operations, said forecasts are looking favorable for a good window of snowmaking before Friday. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes =… Read More
    PORTLAND – The Class B state football final between Mountain Valley of Rumford and Morse High of Bath on Saturday at 11:06 a.m. will open the three-game day at Fitzpatrick Stadium, the Maine Principals’ Association announced Monday. The Class C game between John Bapst of… Read More
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    PORTLAND – Josh McAuliffe of Bangor advanced to a final in the USA Boxing New England Championships by defeating Brent Whitley of Holyoke, Mass., by unanimous decision in a light heavyweight division semifinal bout Saturday at the Portland Boxing Club. The finals are set for… Read More
    PORTLAND – Boston Red Sox reliever Justin Masterson will be the featured speaker when the Portland Sea Dogs host a hot stove dinner and silent auction Friday, Jan. 9 at the Wyndham Hotel in South Portland. All proceeds from the dinner and auction will benefit… Read More
    LOUDON, N.H. – Late-model stock car drivers will race in New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s inaugural American-Canadian Tour Invitational during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sylvania 300 weekend next September. The invitational will have a purse of more than $65,000 for invited and approved teams. googletag.cmd.push(function… Read More
    BANGOR – Ben Johnson of Bradford rolled a 300 game during the Monday Night Men’s League at Family Fun Bowling Center. It was the 26 year old’s eighth 300 game. He bowled 300-180-192 for a series of 672. Read More
    The University of Maine football team made its first appearance in the 2008 national top 25 polls on Monday, following its 21-20 win at No. 13 Massachusetts on Saturday. The Black Bears were ranked 21st in the most recent Sports Network Top 25 Poll, and… Read More
    DEXTER – The SAD 46 Faculty Dream Team will play a benefit game against the Harlem Superstars Thursday, Nov. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Dexter High School. The proceeds from the game go toward Operation Graduation with advance tickets for $8 and $10 at the… Read More
    The University of Maine is conducting a canned food drive as part of tonight’s 7:30 women’s basketball exhibition game between the Black Bears and Husson University of Bangor at Alfond Arena in Orono. Fans who donate canned food or other nonperishable food items are entered… Read More
    NEW YORK – An Orono man was Maine’s top finisher in Sunday’s New York City Marathon. Erik McCarthy was the top person from Maine with a time of 2 hours, 57 minutes, 2 seconds. The top woman was Melissa Johnson of Minot, who had a… Read More
    STOCKHOLM, Maine – Russell Courier of Stockholm is one of five men selected by the U.S. Biathlon Association to participate in the December Biathlon World Cups. Courier is the first Aroostook County athlete to progress from the Maine Winter Sports Center youth program in Fort… Read More
    PORTLAND – The Portland Sea Dogs, the Class AA affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, will place their individual game tickets for the 2008 season on sale beginning Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Hadlock Field box office in Portland. Phone and Internet orders begin… Read More
    ORONO – The University of Maine volleyball team raised $1,610 during its 2008 “Dig Pink” match last week. Leading up to their match against the University of New Hampshire, the Black Bears collected donations to support the “Dig Pink” program sponsored by the Side-Out Foundation,… Read More
    The No. 5 University of Maine women’s soccer team (6-5-6, 3-3-2 America East), plays at No. 4 Hartford (8-6-4, 4-3-1 AE) tonight at 6 in the America East quarterfinals. The teams battled to a 0-0 double-overtime tie Oct. 9 in Orono. googletag.cmd.push(function () { //… Read More
    PORTLAND – Sonny Noel of Raymond will be honored at a testimonial dinner by the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame on Nov. 9 at the Holiday Inn by the Bay. In 1975, Noel was the first umpire from Maine to be selected to work the… Read More
    BANGOR – Dedham’s Andrew Files bowled his first career 300 game during the Monday Night Men’s League at Family Fun Bowling Center. Files, 47, had a series of 300-173-182 for a total of 655. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var… Read More
    HERMON – The Penobscot Valley Conference soccer coaches end-of-season meeting is Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Hermon High School cafeteria. The meeting is for Class B, C, D boys and girls soccer coaches. All-conference teams will be selected. Read More
    ORONO – Christi Holmes, a junior civil engineering major at the University of Maine, will compete in her first triathlon Sunday at the Black Bear Triathlon and is trying to raise money in the process to pay for a guide/service dog. The dog is to… Read More
    The inaugural Penobscot Valley Conference soccer championship matches have been set for next Wednesday and Thursday. The games match the highest-rated Class B team in the conference against the Class C or Class D team that has the most Heal Points as of Oct. 14. Read More
    Jovan Belcher of the University of Maine has been named The Sports Network’s Football Championship Subdivision National Defensive Player of the Week. The senior defensive end from West Babylon, N.Y., made seven tackles, including two sacks, and forced two fumbles in the Black Bears’ 27-10… Read More
    PORTLAND – Frank Nappi, quarterback of the 1952 state championship Portland High School football team, died Wednesday at the age of 74. Nappi, who earned 15 letters in four sports with the Bulldogs, turned down an offer to play pro baseball because he had promised… Read More
    ORONO – The University of Maine men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs were selected to finish fifth in the 2008-09 America East head coaches preseason poll. University of Maryland Baltimore County was chosen to finish first in the men’s and women’s polls, receiving 16… Read More
    BANGOR – Cecil Bischoff of Bangor bowled his third career 300 game Friday night, the first of the season at Family Fun Bowling Center. Bischoff, 48, rolled a series of 246-300-233 for a total of 779. Read More
    SOMERSET, Mass. – Former Bangor American Legion baseball star Josh Pressley has been named the independent Atlantic League player of the year for 2008. The 28-year-old first baseman and designated hitter won the minor league’s batting title with a .354 average and also led the… Read More
    WISCASSET – A full weekend of rain forced Wiscasset Raceway to postpone a rescheduled race card that was supposed to be a makeup of a previous rainout. The planned racing doubleheader will now be made up Oct. 12 and Oct. 19, weather permitting. The track’s… Read More
    INDIANAPOLIS – Former Olympic women’s marathon champion Joan Benoit Samuelson of Freeport has been named USA Track and Field’s athlete of the week after setting an American record for the W50 age group Sunday at the 2008 USA 5-km Championships at Providence, R.I. Samuelson covered… Read More
    PORTLAND – Nancy Thibodeau, the driving force behind biathlon events at the Maine Winter Sports 10th Mountain Ski Center in Fort Kent, is one of four prominent women who received the Deborah Morton Award on Tuesday during ceremonies at the University of New England’s Westbrook College campus. Read More
    HERMON – The Hermon Tennis Challenge will be held at the new Hermon High School tennis courts on Saturday and Sunday. Slots are still available for those wanting to participate. Interested players must pre-register by 6 p.m. Thursday by calling Paul Soucy at 848-4062. googletag.cmd.push(function… Read More
    HERMON – A ceremony will be held before tonight’s Hermon High School boys soccer game to dedicate and recognize the completion of phase two of the Greater Hermon Community Athletic Complex. The public is welcome to attend the ceremony which will begin at approximately 6:15… Read More
    ORONO – University of Maine women’s ice hockey head coach Dan Lichterman announced that Karine Senecal was hired as an assistant coach. Senecal was the team’s graduate assistant coach for the 2007-08 season. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var new_slot_sizes… Read More
    HERMON – The final day of racing at Speedway 95, which was rained out last Sunday, will be held next Sunday beginning at 2 p.m.. There will be racing in both the Saturday night and Wacky Wednesday divisions with points championships to be decided. Read More
    BANGOR – National Congress of State Games Male Athlete of the Year Chris Page will be part of a public reception at Union Street Athletics on Friday at noon. Hermon’s Page will be honored at a banquet in Rochester, New York on September 25 at… Read More
    OAKLAND – Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. took a turn on the pitcher’s mound to lob a few balls as part of a home run derby fundraiser. Baseball’s Iron Man also took a few swings himself during the two-hour derby Sunday under misty… Read More
    AUGUSTA – The Boston Celtics’ 2008 world championship trophy is scheduled to make a couple of curtain calls in Maine on Sept. 24 – the day the governor has declared Boston Celtics Day in the State of Maine. Gov. John Baldacci says a former and… Read More
    ORONO – Ryan Myers threw three touchdowns passes as the Randolph (Mass.) Oilers debuted in the Eastern Football League with a 27-0 victory over the University of Maine Football Club team Saturday night at Morse Field. Charles Thomas added a second-quarter touchdown for Randolph on… Read More
    KENDUSKEAG – The Bradford-Corinth-Hudson Knights will open their first season in the Northern Eight-Man Football League when it hosts Howland at 1 p.m. today at Galen Cole Field. The league is for high school-age athletes, and there is no admission charge to the game. Those… Read More
    Eastern Maine Girls Hockey is offering a new U12 team for players born between 1996 and 2002. The program is designed for girls who want to play with and against other girls. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var new_slot_sizes =… Read More
    Registration for the 113th running of the Boston Marathon, set for April 20, 2009, is under way. Registration kicked off at 9 a.m. Wednesday. The field will be limited to the first 25,000 entries, so runners are encouraged to sign up quickly. googletag.cmd.push(function () {… Read More
    PORTLAND – Zach Daeges, Michael Bowden, Mickey Hall and Iggy Suarez were recognized as the Portland Sea Dogs announced their annual team awards prior to their final regular-season home game. The awards are voted on by the fans. Daeges, an outfielder, was named Most Valuable… Read More
    Seven former University of Maine players are on National Football League rosters after teams made their final cuts Saturday to reach the 53-man limit. Linebacker Stephen Cooper of San Diego, strong safety Brandon McGowan of Chicago, linebacker Lofa Tatupu of Seattle, fullback/special teams player Montell… Read More
    CANBERRA, Australia – Exeter native Adam Craig earned a 13th-place finish Sunday in the eighth stop of the International Cycling Union World Cup cross country mountain bike series. Ralph Naef of Switzerland, who was passed up for a berth on that nation’s Olympic team, won… Read More
    CHICAGO – The Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays were working Friday to complete a trade that would send veteran left-handed hitter Matt Stairs to the Phillies. Neither Blue Jays GM J.P. Ricciardi nor Phillies GM Pat Gillick would confirm that the trade was official. Read More
    HERMON – Hermon High School will hold its annual alumnae field hockey game against the varsity tonight at 7 under the lights on the Hermon High soccer field. All former Hermon High field hockey players are welcome to participate. There is no admission charge for… Read More
    PORTLAND – The Buffalo Sabres and their Maine affiliate, the Portland Pirates, are announcing that former UMaine standout Eric Weinrich is joining the Pirates’ coaching staff. Weinrich joins head coach Kevin Dineen as an assistant coach for the 2008-09 season. This will be the second… Read More
    Jovan Belcher, a senior defensive end at the University of Maine, has been named to the 2008 College Sporting News Preseason All-America first team. The 6-foot-2, 228-pounder was one of nine Colonial Athletic Association players to be recognized. He also was the CAA’s Preseason Defensive… Read More
    BANGOR – Sports Radio 620 WZON set a single-morning record by raising more than $10,000 during its 13th annual Jimmy Fund Radiothon and Auction. WZON listeners bid on Red Sox, Celtics and Patriots packages, including tickets and memorabilia. All proceeds went directly to the Jimmy… Read More
    The 28th annual Maine Sport Triathlon will take place Aug. 31 at Barrett’s Cove on Megunticook Lake in Camden. The race, sponsored by Maine Sport Outfitters, goes off at 9 a.m. with registration race morning at 8. Fees are $40 for individuals and $70 for teams. Read More
    PORTLAND, Maine – The Boston Red Sox are bringing their World Series trophies to Maine. The Red Sox announced Thursday that they will bring the 2004 and 2007 trophies to Portland’s Hadlock Field for Monday’s Portland Sea Dogs game against the New Britain Rock Cats. Read More
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots signed 10-year veteran Mike Flynn on Thursday in a move to shore up an injury-depleted offensive line. The 34-year-old University of Maine product played his entire NFL career with the Baltimore Ravens before he was released in February. Read More
    HERMON – Hermon High School will host its annual boys and girls alumni soccer games Saturday at 7 p.m., All school alumni are invited to play and admission is free. The alumni teams will play the current varsity teams in three alternating 20-minute periods. Concessions will be available. Read More
    The University of Maine women’s soccer team was picked to finish fourth in the America East preseason coaches poll released Monday. Maine coach Scott Atherley returns 13 letterwinners off last year’s team, which went 6-8-3, 4-3-1 in AE play. Boston University was chosen to win… Read More
    BANGOR – The second annual Bangor High School girls soccer alumnae game will be held on Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Bangor High School soccer field. The alumnae will play the current varsity team, and proceeds will benefit the Danielle Marie Thompson Scholarship… Read More
    PORTLAND – Three assistant coaches have been dismissed following accusations of underage drinking at a party shortly after Deering High School won the state baseball championship in June. The decision was made by Portland Superintendent Jeanne Whynot-Vickers and Deering Principal Ken Kunin after they looked… Read More
    ORONO – The University of Maine volleyball team received an American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the 2007-08 season. One of 70 NCAA Division I teams to receive the award, Maine was the only one in America East to be honored. The AVCA… Read More
    YORK – Ricky Jones of Thomaston and Minghao Wang of Reunion, Fla., earned berths in this year’s U.S. Amateur Golf Championship by leading the field at a qualifying tournament held Tuesday at The Ledges Golf Course. Jones won the event, shooting a first-round 69 and… Read More
    BREWER – The 8th annual 3-on-3 Charity Jam basketball tournament will return to the Bangor area for a second straight year, this time in Brewer. The Pendleton Street courts will be one of three locations in Maine to host the tournament, with Lewiston’s Kennedy Park and Portland’s Deering… Read More
    LEWISTON – It tracks your golf scores and computes your handicap. It shows a satellite image of your next hole. It even spits out suggestions on what club to use. About the only thing that a new gizmo dreamed up by a young Mainer doesn’t… Read More
    PORTLAND – Mike Caiazzo of Westbrook bested a field of 13 athletes to win the elite division of the Zone Urban Epic triathlon Saturday. Caiazzo turned in a winning time of 2 hours, 19 minutes, 58 seconds to secure his second Maine triathlon victory in… Read More
    J.W. Parks Golf Course in Pittsfield is gearing up for Sunday’s annual Parent/Child golf day. Tee times begin at 1 p.m. and any combination of adult and youth family members can play for $20 per team plus a cart, if needed. A barbecue with hamburgers… Read More
    BANGOR – The Bangor and Brewer Parks and Recreation Departments are hosting demonstrations of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Quick Start Program at local sites today. The demonstrations will be held at the Brewer Middle School gym at 1:30 p.m. and Hayford Park at 3 p.m. Read More
    PORTLAND, – A Melrose, Mass., man has won the 27th annual Peaks to Portland swim race, completing the 2.4-mile course in Casco Bay in 42 minutes, 11 seconds. Joe Sheehan clocked the fastest time Saturday since Sean Flaherty’s 40:30 in 2001. It was the second… Read More
    The Friends of Maine Hockey and the Union River Lobster Pot of Ellsworth will join forces to host a Lobster Bake with the 2008-09 UMaine hockey team on Sept. 28. Only 80 reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. googletag.cmd.push(function () { //… Read More
    Rick Burrill has been named the head athletic trainer at Saint Joseph’s College in Standish. He joins the Monks’ staff after 16 seasons as a trainer in professional hockey, including the last two with the Portland Pirates. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes… Read More
    Doug Leichner, who spent the last four seasons as an assistant coach with the University of Maine men’s basketball team, has left the Black Bears to become a head coach in Ireland. Leichner has been hired to coach the University College Cork Blue Demons Basketball… Read More
    KENDUSKEAG – The first Angela Stokes-Mahoney Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the American Diabetes Association is Friday at Kenduskeag Golf and Country Club. The 18-hole scramble has a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and is limited to the first 64 players to enter. googletag.cmd.push(function ()… Read More
    WINDHAM, N.Y. – Exeter native Adam Craig tuned up for the U.S. Mountain Bike Championships with a second-place effort Saturday in the men’s elite cross country race at the East Coast Nationals at Windham Mountain. Craig, who will represent the United States at the Summer… Read More
    The Maine Tide and Maine Sting play their last home doubleheader today when the Boston Aztecs send their Women’s Premier Soccer League and National Premier Soccer League (men’s) teams to Boucher Field on the Husson College campus in Bangor. The men’s game between the 0-4-4… Read More
    Jovan Belcher, a senior defensive end at the University of Maine, has been named a first-team Preseason All-American by Phil Steele’s 2008 College Football Preview Magazine. Belcher, who was chosen as a second-team Preseason All-American last month by Lindy’s Publications, was an All-Colonial Athletic Association… Read More
    YARMOUTH – Yarmouth High School will host the 19th annual Betty Blakeman Memorial, the largest event sanctioned by the Maine Tennis Association, July 18-20. Competition will be offered in men’s and women’s open singles and doubles, mixed doubles, and men’s ages 55-over classes. Players of… Read More
    KIRKLAND, Wash. – Seattle Seahawks linebacker Lofa Tatupu pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of driving under the influence. After his plea, Tatupu was sentenced by Kirkland Municipal Court Judge Michael Lambo to serve one day in jail and pay fines totaling $1,255. googletag.cmd.push(function ()… Read More
    WESTVILLE, Nova Scotia – Seven Maine boxers swept a set of fights against a Canadian team in a competition Friday. Dalton McGovern of Skowhegan won a split decision over Brandon Halef of Sackville, Nova Scotia, in the junior novice bantamweight category. googletag.cmd.push(function () { //… Read More
    SAN FRANCISCO – The Los Angeles Dodgers placed pinch-hit specialist Mark Sweeney on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring, which had been bothering him for several weeks. The Dodgers also transferred infielder Rafael Furcal to the 60-day disabled list a day after undergoing surgery on… Read More
    PORTLAND – Three Portland Sea Dogs have been selected to participate in the 2008 Eastern League All-Star Game, scheduled for July 16 at Manchester, N.H. Outfielders Bubba Bell and Jeff Corsaletti and pitcher Michael Bowden will represent the Sea Dogs in the midsummer classic. googletag.cmd.push(function… Read More
    ORONO – Trevor Singer has been hired as an assistant coach for the University of Maine men’s soccer team, head coach Pat Laughlin announced Tuesday. Singer comes to the Black Bears via UMass where he was part of a team last season that finished as… Read More
    RYE BEACH, N.H. – Alexa Rancourt of South Portland was crowned the New England Junior Golf Champion at the 52nd annual New England Women’s Golf Association championships that ended Thursday at the Abenaqui Country Club. Rancourt finished fourth overall among the field of 108 golfers… Read More
    ORLANDO, Fla. – The University of Maine athletic department has finished third in the 2008 America East Academic Cup standings. Results were announced Tuesday evening in Orlando, Fla., at the annual league meeting. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var new_slot_sizes… Read More
    TAMPA, Fla. – When the Tampa Bay Lightning called, Barry Melrose was eager to listen. Out of coaching for 13 years, he missed the passion and competition of the NHL. Countless hours of watching games as a television analyst intensified his desire to return to… Read More
    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Boothbay High sophomore Matthew Forgues won the gold medal Sunday in the 10-kilometer race walk at the USATF National Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Forgues took the lead from the start and posted a time of 49 minutes, 1.41 seconds. googletag.cmd.push(function… Read More
    GORHAM – Sunday’s heavy rain in southern Maine resulted in the cancellation of this year’s Maine-New Hampshire Senior All-Star Baseball Classic and postponement of the Maine Underclass All-Star Game, both originally scheduled for Monday at the University of Southern Maine. The Maine-New Hampshire game was… Read More
    Brunswick High School’s David Slovenski has been honored as the Gatorade Maine Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year. The award recognizes Slovenski’s achievements in track and field and academics. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var new_slot_sizes = [];… Read More
    Curt Smith, who recently completed his senior season at the University of Maine, has garnered another postseason honor. The first baseman has been named to the American Baseball Coaches Association Northeast Region first team, it was announced Wednesday. Smith and Mike Stephan of Stony Brook… Read More
    South Portland native Jonathan Furbush has been named the men’s basketball coach at Bates College in Lewiston. Furbush, a 2005 Bates graduate, replaces Joe Reilly, who resigned in April to take the head coaching job at Wesleyan University. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var… Read More
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    LEE – Lee Academy standout athlete Aarika Ritchie recently garnered the National Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year (SAMMY) Award for her phenomenal achievements in athletics and academics. The criteria for the honor is based on success in the classroom (35 percent), on the… Read More
    WATERVILLE – Colby College will host the McNally Senior All-Star field hockey game June 28 in conjunction with the Maine Games. The game, featuring the state’s top senior high school players from 2007, starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be preceded by the Maine Field Hockey Association Alumnae… Read More