The University of Maine women’s basketball team forced 31 turnovers and limited New Brunswick to just 16 second half points as it defeated the visiting Varsity Reds 80-34 on Monday evening at the Cross Insurance Center.
BAR HARBOR (WABI TV5) Leila Johnston holds most of the swimming records for Mt. Desert Island high school. Youth records too.
The two-time all state swimmer has decided to swim in college and today she signed a letter in intent which will take her 16 hundred miles from home. Our Tim Throckmorton has more.
Defensive Effort Leads Women’s Basketball Past New Brunswick – Maine
Two Husson University teams have earned spots in NCAA post season tournaments. The mens soccer team will play Brandeis in Boston next Saturday.
The field hockey team will play at Mt. Holyoke on Wednesday. They’ve made it this far before but they don’t think it’s quite enough to make them happy.
The UMaine swimming pool has been dressed up a little bit. Thanks to some money raised through the road race “Erin’s Run” in the spring. Wallace pool has two huge banners that show some of the programs all time great swimmers.
UMaine hockey has played well at home and not so well on the road. They dropped two in Vermont over the weekend.
Red Gendron is a gritty guy, and win or lose he expects his players to be the same way.
MAINE STATE HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
Cheverus 2, Lewiston 1
Windham 5, Edward Little 1
Yarmouth 1, Ellsworth 0
Waterville 1, Cape Elizabeth 0