Week three of the high school football season wrapped up Saturday.This is the time when we start getting a sense of who are the teams to beat around the state.
Marcus Davis is one of the best known athletes from this state, but he has never been able to show his mixed martial arts skills at an event in Maine.
Dave Gonyar is back in coaching with the John Bapst baseball team.
The college hockey season is fast approaching.
UMaine football will try to end the Albany football nightmare this weekend.
In Eastern Maine Class C girls soccer, the Orono Red Riots have been one of the top teams to beat.
The Hermon girls playing host to Foxcroft.
The first UMaine hockey game is in less than three weeks.
High school soccer, Orono hostingPpenquis.
There is a big honor coming this week to Sam Alexander.
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For eight straight years, UMaine football has taken on a team in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
The start of the season could not have gone much better for John Bapst and Mount View.
When the schedule came out for the high school football season, one early game that jumped out was the week two matchup between Lawrence and Bangor.
In Castine this afternoon, the Maine Maritime Academy mariners kicking off the 20-11 season.
Two weeks in and we’ve already seen some great games from class A through C in Eastern Maine.
UMaine football plays big time Pittsburgh tomorrow afternoon at 1:00.
To field hockey and there is no stronger program in the state in any class than Skowhegan.
Delayed a day by rain and certainly not a dry field yet, but Hermon had to face Ellsworth at some point.
Josh Jones played basketball at Erskine Academy and then at Husson University.