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3 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
One would be hard-pressed to find many high school softball teams that have won 37 games over the past two seasons.
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7 hrs ago | Herald Gazette
The Camden Hills girls lacrosse team had a tough draw for its season opener Thursday, April 17 as the hosted Gardiner on a chilly, blustery day at Don Palmer Field.
11 hrs ago | Herald Gazette
While helping his team win the state Class B ice hockey championship was the ultimate goal this winter, Camden Hills Regional High School senior Jack Orne would have to settle for bringing Class B West's top individual honor home instead.
12 hrs ago | Expressline Edition
You can't really blame York for coming out flat in its Western Maine Conference baseball opener Thursday.
Less than 36 hours earlier, ice scrapers and snow shovels were the tools of the trade for Mainers trying to rid themselves of one more meteorological poke in the eye from Mother Nature.
The Wells softball team finished with a very respectable 9-7 record a year ago, but those wins did not produce enough Heal points to qualify for the regional tournament.
By Paula Roberts Eleven new players have joined the Lincoln Academy girls' lacrosse team this spring, joining 16 returning players to swell the Lady Eagle ranks to 27. "We have a strong contingent returning," returning coach Amanda Armstrong said.
This year Kennebunk has returned to the Western Maine Conference but will play in the Class A tournament.
The Portland Sea Dogs' game against the Binghamton Mets on Wednesday night was postponed by inclement weather for a second straight day, resulting in two doubleheaders next month.
Although the snow had melted by day's end, the rain that preceded it put a damper on several season-opening events scheduled for Thursday.
By Paula Roberts Medomak Valley's baseball team is "very focused and driven to succeed this season.
Brittany Bell, Cheverus, senior pitcher: Second team SMAA pick as junior, batted .392 with power and posted 3.89 ERA in 16 games.
If the past two tournaments are any indication, this year's 3rd annual Hall-Dale High School Bulldog Invitational tennis tournament should be a big draw.
Coach Skip Estes has guided his eight Witch teams to a 103-30 record and a state Class A championship in 2008.
James Connelly pitched five innings of one-hit relief to lead Colby to a 3-2 win over Thomas in non-conference baseball action Monday at Coombs Field.