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Hoop Scores

Updated 7 years ago

Girls Basketball

Deering 64, Massabesic 43

Forest Hills Consolidated 60, Islesboro Central 36

Fryeburg Academy 59, Poland Regional/Whittier 32

Greater Portland Christian 30, Kents Hill 21

Seacoast Christian School 45, Gould Academy 26

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Fridan Hoop Scores

Updated 7 years ago

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Buckfield 46, Valley 22

Calais 54, Woodland 36

Camden Hills Regional 57, Winslow 48

Dexter Regional 68, Penobscot Valley 40

Edward Little 66, Leavitt Area 25

Fort Fairfield 68, Wisdom 40

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Maine Hockey Wins

Updated 7 years ago

Maine defeated top-ranked New Hampshire 4-2 in a sold-out Verizon Wireless Arena Friday. With 5:35 remaining, the Black Bears took their first lead of the night on a power-play goal from Matt Duffy. The goal was the only power play tally of the night and was scored just 15 seconds into the one-man advantage.

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Local Notes…

Updated 7 years ago

THE NEW UMAINE FIELD HOCKEY COACH IS JOSETTE BABINEAU. THE LAST THREE YEARS SHE’S BEEN AN ASSISTANT COACH AT CORNELL. BEFORE THAT THE NEW BRUNSWICK NATIVE WORKED WITH VARIOUS NATIONAL YOUTH TEAMS IN CANADA AND WAS HERSELF THE CANADIAN UNIVERSITY PLAYER OF THE YEAR IN 1993.

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Turcotte Heading to Maine

Updated 7 years ago

WHEN FRESHMAN MOVE IN TO THE UMAINE DORMS THIS FALL, JARED TURCOTTE OF LEWISTON WILL BE AMONG THEM.
THE STAR RUNNING BACK FOR THE BLUE DEVILS HAS VERBALLY COMMITTED TO PLAY FOR THE BLACKBEARS.
TURCOTTE TOLD US TODAY THAT HE HAS INFORMED THE UMAINE COACHING STAFF OF HIS DECISION AND WILL SIGN HIS NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT NEXT WEDNESDAY.
TURCOTTE RUSHED FOR MORE THAN 1800 YARDS AND SCORED 23 TOUCHDOWNS AND IS THE WINNER OF FITZPATRICK AWARD.

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Marble Making History…

Updated 8 years ago

WOMEN’S COLLEGE HOOPS…HUSSON AT GORHAM….

1ST HALF…USM STARTED THE GAME ON 16-0 RUN…

USM 70
HUSSON 57

ASHLEY MARBLE BECAME THE FIRST WOMEN IN USM HISTORY TO REACH THE 1000 POINT AND 1000 REBOUND PLATEAU…

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Local Notes

Updated 8 years ago

CASSIE COOPER IS HOPING TO BE BACK PLAYING FOR THE CONY BASKETBALL TEAM BY TOURNAMENT TIME.
COOPER HURT HER ANKLE LAST MONTH AND IT TURNED OUT TO BE MORE THAN A SPRAIN. HER DAD BRUCE TOLD US TODAY THAT SHE HAS A BONE BRUISE, BUT AN MRI YESTERDAY SHOWED NO OTHER DAMAGE.
THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT COOPER PARTICIPATED IN PRE-GAME WARMUPS BEFORE LAST NIGHTS GAME.

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Bangor’s Crane looks to come back

Updated 8 years ago

THERE IS STILL HOPE FROM THE BANGOR CHEERING SQUAD THAT WAS LEFT OUT OF THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BECUASE OF A SCORING ERROR. TODAY, BACK ENTERTAINING AT HALFTIME….THEIR COACH STEPHANIE CRANE IS HOPING TO HERE FROM THE MPA BY FRIDAY TO SEE IF A LAST MINUTE APPEAL IS HELD UP AND THE TEAM GET TO PARTICIPATE… CRANE WAS THINKING ABOUT STEPPING DOWN AS COACH AFTER THIS HER 7TH YEAR ON THE JOB, BUT SHE’S HAD A CHANGE OF HEART.

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Hard Court Headlines

Updated 8 years ago

Girls Basketball

Bangor Christian 63, Deer Isle-Stonington 25

Biddeford 71, Cheverus 53

Dexter Regional 58, Piscataquis Community 49

Falmouth 68, Freeport 38

Gorham 50, Thornton Academy 40

Hampden Academy 61, Bangor 55

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Monday Scores

Updated 8 years ago

Girls Basketball

Ashland Community 39, Washburn District 35

Calais 55, Narraguagus 36

Fort Fairfield 67, Easton 27

Georges Valley 54, Boothbay Region 41

Gould Academy 42, Greater Portland Christian 35

Houlton 64, Fort Kent Community 54

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Bangor Hopes to Cheer

Updated 8 years ago

THE BANGOR HIGH CHEERING TEAM WILL LIKELY NOT COMPETE IN THE STATE MEET IN TWO WEEKS.

A SCORING ERROR WAS MADE DURING THE REGIONALS THIS WEEKEND AND THE JUDGE WHO IS ASSIGNED TO COUNT THE BANGOR TUMBLERS COUNTED 6 AND NOT 8.

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Skiing from Greenville

Updated 8 years ago

WHAT A DAY ON THE SLOPES FOR GREENVILLE HIGH SKIER, LEAH NARBUS SHE WINS TODAY’S GIANT SLALOM AND PLACED IN THE SLALOM BEHIND TEAMMATE KATIE KING. NATE STEVENS OF LEE ACADEMY WON THE SLALOM AND PLACED THIRD IN THE GIANT SLALOM. BRANDON LANE OF CARRABEC WON THE GIANT SLALOM. THESE RACES TOOK PLACE TODAY AT BIG SQUAW IN GREENVILLE.

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High School Hoops

Updated 8 years ago

Girls Basketball
Biddeford 53, Portland 34
Edward Little 59, Erskine Academy 43
Gould Academy 45, Pine Tree Academy 20
Hebron Academy 46, Elan 31
Islesboro Central 36, Greater Portland Christian 31
Kennebunk 44, Cheverus 29
McAuley (Catherine) 51, Thornton Academy 41
Morse 64, Lewiston 38
Mt. Ararat 51, Gardiner Area 43
Oxford Hills Comprehensive 56, Cony 50
Rockland District 47, Oak Hill 34
Boys Basketball
Bangor 53, Messalonskee 39
Brunswick 54, Leavitt Area 42
Calvary Christian 40, Rangeley Lakes Regional 36
Cony 63, Oxford Hills Comprehensive 39
Falmouth 55, Poland Regional/Whittier 45
Gardiner Area 42, Mt. Ararat 40
Greater Portland Christian 68, Islesboro Central 22
Lisbon 58, Carrabec 46
Morse 60, Lewiston 51
Mt. Blue 90, Old Town 42
South Portland 53, Scarborough 42
Telstar Regional 50, Madison Area Memorial 49
Winthrop 54, Dirigo 50

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Eastern Maine Cheering Championships

Updated 8 years ago

THE CLASS A EASTERN MAINE CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYED OUT IN AUGUSTA… BREWER TAKES HOME THE HARDWARE, THEY WIN WITH A VERY IMPRESSIVE 154.2….IN SECOND LEWISTON, THIRD WAS EDWARD LITTLE, LAWRENCE GETS THE FOURTH SPOT, OLD TOWN AND BRUNSWICK ROUND OUT THE TOP SIX ONTO THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP.

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Hoop games…

Updated 8 years ago

KELLY MARTELL HIT FOR 19 POINTS AS THE PISCATAQUIS GIRLS TRAVEL TO EAST MILLINOCKET TO DEFEAT SCHENCK 50-39. Lee academy girls 56- woodland 53, lee is now 11-2, woodland 8-4… MDI WINS AND GOES TO 11-2, 69-61 MDI OVER BUCKSPORT. LEADING SCORER FOR MDI AMETHYST COUSINS WITH 19 POINTS.

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Local Notes

Updated 8 years ago

MAKE IT THREE WINS IN A ROW FOR THE COLBY HOCKEY TEAM. THE DUMP SALEM STATE 5-1 TONIGHT…THE WHITEMULES ARE 9-5-2.

HE BEGAN HIS PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY CAREER 19 YEARS AGO AND IT STILL MAY NOT BE OVER YET.
ERIC WEINRICH RETIRED AS A PLAYER LAST YEAR AND STARTED COACHING WITH THE PORTLAND PIRATES.
TODAY WEINRICH WAS BACK SKATING AS A PLAYER HAVING SIGNED A FIVE GAME TRYOUT CONTRACT WITH THE PIRATES.
THE GARDINER NATIVE AND FORMER U-MAINE PLAYER
THE POSSIBILITY NOW IS HEADING BACK TO THE NHL WITH ANAHEIM… ONE OF THE BEST TEAMS IN THE LEAGUE. THE DUCKS HAVE HAD A FEW INJURIES ON DEFENSE.
IF HE HAS SUCCESS WITH PORTLAND, IS THERE A CHANCE HE’D LEAVE HIS HOME AND FAMILY TO GIVE IT ONE MORE RUN IN THE NHL

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Great work in the pool

Updated 8 years ago

THE MDI BOYS ARE THE THREE TIME DEFENDING STATE CHAMPS, THE BANGOR GIRLS ARE ALSO THE DEFENDING STATE CHAMPS…

TH EGIRLS 100 FLY… GRACE BARNETT OF BANGOR WINS WITH A TIME OF 1 MINUTE .78 SECONDS.

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Skiing at Hermon Mtn.

Updated 8 years ago

THE FIRST PENOBSCOT VALLEY MEET TAKING PLACE AT HERMON MOUNTAIN WHERE IT’S FINALLY JUST RIGHT.
TEAMS MAKING THE RUN DOWN THE HILL ARE FROM JOHN BAPST, LEE, MATTANAWCOOK, HAMPDEN AND GREENVILLE.

TUCKER ANDREWS OF MT. VIEW WON THE BOYS SLALOM FOLLOWED BY MATT HEWITT OF BAPST, FLETCHER REED OF HAMPDEN.

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Arthurs to Husson

Updated 8 years ago

NICK ARTHURS HAS LEFT THE U-MAINE BASEBALL TEAM AND WILL PLAY AT HUSSON COLLEGE THIS SPRING.
THE FORMER BELFAST STANDOUT WILL ALSO PLAY FOOTBALL WITH THE EAGLES IN THE FALL.
ARTHURS WAS ALL CONFERENCE IN BASEBALL AND PLAYED IN THE LOBSTER BOWL IN FOOTBALL WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL WITH THE LIONS.

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Snowmobilers going on trek…

Updated 8 years ago

TWO LOCAL GUYS ARE LOOKING TO BE THE FIRST AMERICANS TO COMPETE IN AND FINISH THE CAIN’S QUEST SNOWMOBILE RACE.
THE EVENT BEGAN LAST YEAR IN LABRADOR.

IT’S A GRULING 12 HUNDRED MILE RACE THROUGH THE WILDERNESS OF NORTHERN CANADA. THICK BRUSH, SNOW DRIFTS AND TEMPERATURES CONSISTANTLY BETWEEN 20 AND 40 BELOW ZERO.
THERE ARE NO ROADS OR GROOMED TRAILS.

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