HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
MDI 78, WASHINGTON ACADEMY 48
BELFAST AREA 66, MOUNT VIEW 64, OT
BREWER 55, LAWRENCE 44
GARDINER 82, CONY 80
GREENVILLE 68, PISCATAQUIS COMMUNITY 60
HAMPDEN ACADEMY 65, MT.
Trey Wood excels in three sports. The Brewer high senior is being recognized as one of the state’s top football players….
Husson freshman basketball player Sarah Bragg is finding her spot with the Eagles. The guard from Bangor is on the Rookie Honor Roll after averaging 10 points a game in three wins last week.
ELLSWORTH 46, CENTRAL 43
FOXCROFT ACADEMY 55, JOHN BAPST 44
HERMON 70, ORONO 65
MACHIAS 91, JONESPORT-BEALS 39
MDI 42, WASHINGTON ACADEMY 36
STEARNS 78, PENOBSCOT VALLEY 28
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY
BANGOR 4, JOHN BAPST 0
OLD TOWN/ORONO 3, BREWER 3 (OT)
WATERVILLE 12, CAMDEN HILLS 1
Bangor Christian boys soccer is the mark of excellence for the small schools. The Patriots have won six state titles in the last 8 years and coach Aaron Wilcox is being recognized nationally as the National Private School Coach of the Year.
Red Sox Manager John Farrell is coming to Bangor next month.
Paul Casavant (Hampden Academy) – Cornell
Daija Misler (Hampden Academy) – Bucknell
Rebecca Lopez Anido (Orono) – Wesleyan
Three local field hockey players are recognized by the NFHCA as all region.
Speedway 95 is bringing back a Sportsman / Outlaw class this summer.
BANGOR 57, LEWISTON 47
BANGOR CHRISTIAN 67, KATAHDIN 48
BELFAST 70, MARANACOOK 62
BREWER 53, SKOWHEGAN 46
CONY 81, CAMDEN HILLS 58
DEXTER 38, PENQUIS VALLEY 26
GARDINER 75, MT.
Richard Barron is taking some time away from the UMaine women’s basketball team. Hopefully not long.
Nia Irving will play in her first basketball game of the season tomorrow night for Boston University.
Colby men’s hockey cracked the national rankings last week…..
Husson womens basketball is off to a fast start.
Red Sox baseball the subject Monday at the Cross Center in Bangor.
Another rookie of the week award for Laia Sole.
MAINE 7, AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL 2
MAINE 3, UNION 1
Coach Red Gendron calls it one of the best things they do all year.
NCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
MAINE 60, DARTMOUTH 55