May 30, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Mathieu prevails

Mt. Ararat senior wins wild MPA three-setter

PORTLAND Nick Mathieu had been there before. In fact, he’d been there three times before. More...

Strong finish for Morse lax

Shipbuilders end regular season with 17-5 victory

BATH When Morse visited Gardiner/Hall-Dale for a girls high school lacrosse game on May 4, Shipbuilders co-coach Jess Avery felt that her team was playing more like individuals rather than as a unit on offense. More...

Brunswick halts Eagles in ‘Bridge’ battle

Dragons now 4-6

BRUNSWICK The Mt. Ararat High School girls lacrosse team didn’t have much to lose. More...

Small Point Fisheries captures three wins

BATH — Small Point Fisheries won three games in recent Bath Youth Baseball Cal Ripken action.  In the first game, SPF beat BMDA, 7-2. Kiernan Mann led the offense with two doubles. More...

Nichols off to NCAA finals

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Forever Young Farm now 7-0

BOWDOIN — The Forever Young Farm minor softball team improved to 7-0 with a 14-5 victory over Topsham on Thursday.  Cali Pomerleau led the offensive attack with four hits. Kayleigh Wagg smacked two singles. More...

BMS Destroyers roll to 11-1 win

BATH — The Bath Middle School softball team picked up an 11-1 win over rival Brunswick Junior High recently.  Camdyn Johnson led the Destroyers from the mound, throwing seven solid frames. More...

Hill finishes strong at NCAAs

GENEVA, Ohio —The Bates College women’s track and field team scored in five events, including three topfour performances, on the way to an 11th-place finish out of 80 scoring teams at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships. More...

O’Neal runs in NCAA meet

GORHAM — The University of Southern Maine women’s outdoor track and field season came to a close Saturday during the final day of competition at the 2017 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.  More...

Dragons suffer tough setback

AUGUSTA   Alexis Couvette came off the bench to belt a three-run home run over the left-field fence in the bottom of the sixth inning as Cony defeated Brunswick, 7-4 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference high school softball action on Saturday. More...

White, Fitzpatrick shine in KVAC track championships

BATH The Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Track Championships were held on Saturday at the McMann Field Complex. More...

Locals do well in tennis tourney

BRUNSWICK The next stage of the Maine Principals’ Association’s Schoolboys and Schoolgirls Tennis Championships began on Friday, with several area players in action. More...

Sea Dogs win late

PORTLAND   Deiner Lopez hit a walk-off, opposite-field single to score Cole Sturgeon from third base and the Portland Sea Dogs defeated the Trenton Thunder, 8-7 in 10 innings on Memorial Day at Hadlock Field.  More...

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Price goes 5 in debut

CHICAGO David Price felt healthy and strong. Dustin Pedroia had a swollen left wrist after an awkward tumble. Reasons for hope and concern for the Red Sox. More...

Tiger Woods says medication, not alcohol, led to DUI arrest

Players arriving for a tournament this week at Muirfield Village might notice a framed picture of Tiger Woods with a resplendent smile and bright red shirt. More...

Track conference championships

Area HS track Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A Championships At McMann Field Complex in Bath GIRLS — Edward Little 133, Messalonskee 132.50, Lewiston 97, Mt. More...

Lisbon boys make it 12

Greyhound girls place 2nd, Wiscasset finishes strong MOUNTAIN VALLEY TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

LISBON For years now, Hall-Dale, Mountain Valley, Boothbay and others have been chasing the Lisbon High School boys track and field team in the Mountain Valley Conference. More...

Celtics bounced by Cavs in Game 5

BOSTON   Avery Bradley one game. Kelly Olynyk another. More...

Sox fan Rangers 20 times, win 6-2

BOSTON   There’s something about Boston Red Sox pitchers and 20-strikeout games.  There have been six major league games with that many strikeouts and the Red Sox made the list for the third time, fanning that many Texas Rangers for a More...