There’s a new fund being started that will help older and ailing race horses.The Harness Horseman have given $5,000 and Hollywood Casino will add around $4,000 each year.The goal is to provide temporary financial support to registered standardbreds that have been seized or surrendered to animal welfare enforcement.
A couple more high school seniors have decided to stay in Maine to play college ball, and they’ll be joining forces!Katahdin forward Colton Bivighouse is heading to Central Maine Community College next season, where he’ll study criminal justice.
There was a lot of talent on the high school basketball court this season, so it’s not surprising many of the seniors are now moving up to play college ball.Today, Washburn’s Mitch Worcester, one of the top scorers in state history, deciding he’ll walk on at UMaine.
With high school football now officially going from three classes to four in the fall, the question is: how will the state title games be split up?”Super Saturday” has worked at Fitzpatrick Stadium recently, but now with four games, it’ll be tough to fit them all in in one day.So now, UMaine is interested in hosting a game or two.
The University of Maine confirming this afternoon that men’s basketball player Justin Edwards has decided to transfer after the semester.The sophomore was the leading scorer in America East this season, putting up almost 17 points per game.