Week 2 of First and Five: 10 September 2010
The Alliance for Biking & Walking in Washington, DC has awarded an $18,000 grant to the Bicycle Coalition of Maine for its Community Spokes program.The program will work for local improvements for bikers and pedestrians.
The baseball dream is about to be realized for Maine’s Mark Rogers.
Dale Brackett of Strong has lined up a bunch of sponsors from Maine for next season.
High school girl’s soccer, Calvary Christian hosting the girls from Searsport.
At Colby College in Waterville, Messalonskee and Skowhegan.
On the high school soccer field, Orono at Old Town.
The Orono high school football team opens its home schedule friday night against MCI.
The Black Bears could not get anything going on offense last Thursday, losing to Albany for the second year in a row.
School is in sesion and college athletes are focusing on the upcoming year.
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The Skowhegan field hockey team has been on an incredible run over the last decade.
Waterville girl’s soccer on the road and taking on Hampden Academy.
High school girl’s soccer, John Bapst against Foxcroft.
At the Bangor field hockey field, the Rams playing Brewer and the game is tied in the 2nd half.
At the field hockey turf at Hampden Academy, right in front of that new school.
The start of the field hockey season for Skowhegan.
Little Matty getting ready for his football career.
In Class B, the Waterville Panthers hosting Morse.This one being played at Colby College while the Panthers get work done on their outdoor track.Waterville playing very well in this one.
First and Five: Week 1