Jim Bessey is stepping down as coach of the Mt.
This past weekend at the Bangor Mall, a stock car legend got to meet her new favorite driver.
How about some local spring sports outside today?
The Portland Junior Pirates are growing.
Former UMaine player Gustav Nyquist scored his first NHL goal and Tomas Holmstrom scored two goals as the DetroitRed Wings earned a team-record 21st consecutive playoff berth witha 7-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday night.
Will Oâ€™Neill has signed a contract with the Winnepeg Jets and has started his pro career.
One of the best running backs in Eastern Maine will play football at Bates College next year.Shaun Carroll of Lawrence High School rushed for more that 1,000 yards each the past two seasons.
The Black Bears getting a huge boost before the game as the nation’s leading scorer, Spencer Abbott, was cleared to play and was in the lineup.1st period, no score, until the Hobey Baker candidate changes that.
In Waterville today, the Thomas College women’s lacrosse team hosting Wentworth.The Terriers led 6-4 at halftime and in the 2nd half, they add to their lead.
UMaine Farmington boys lacrosse in action today at home against Husson, the NAC opener for both teams.The Eagles flying out to a big lead early on.
The big question remains: will Spencer Abbott be on the ice for the Black Bears?
Tomorrow night the UMaine hockey team will play in the NCAA Regionals for the first time in five years.
It’s off to the regionals for the UMaine hockey team.
If you are a college football player, “Pro Dday” is one of the most exciting events of the year.
Baseball and softball teams from around the area, including Bangor High School, are outside practicing and taking advantage of the great weather.
Some local baseball and softball teams are taking advantage of the beautiful weather, and so is our sports guy, Nick Coit, who couldn’t resist being outside today.
UMaine hockey with their first game in the NCAA regional tournament on Saturday and that means the Black Bears can rest an extra day this week.
Before practice today, the UMaine players gathered at the student union for another pep rally, and the Black Bear Freshman were asked to sing the Stein Song.
Today the UMaine hockey team beginning their preparation for the NCAA Regionals, and they’ve had to make a few changes to their lineup because of the absence of their top scorer.
UMaine Hobey Baker contender Spencer Abbott was hit in the head and knocked out of the Hockey East championships last weekend.