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  • Boys’ basketball: Greely rises when needed
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Steve Craig
  • Marcotte, Kings top Hawks in Class B hockey
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Travis Barrett
  • Boys’ hockey preview: High-scoring Noah Austin is a team player at heart
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Kevin Thomas
  • Boys’ basketball: Wol Maiwen motors Edward Little past Lewiston
    Edward Little’s Wol Maiwen keeps his eye on the ball as Lewiston’s Yasin Mohamed, Evan Williams and Hassan Hussein try to defend during Monday night’s basketball game in Auburn. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal) AUBURN — Once Wol Maiwen grabbed hold of the spotlight, his teammates started to perform their roles flawlessly. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Wil Kramlich, Staff Writer
  • Monday’s high school roundup: Portland/Deering wins in girls’ hockey
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Staff report
  • Girls’ basketball: North Yarmouth Academy off to a fast start
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 10, 2018By MICHAEL HOFFer - The Forecaster
  • Alpine skiing preview: Gray-NG growing, improving under Mancini
    Gray-New Gloucester High School alpine ski team.  (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal) GRAY — The focus for Gray-New Gloucester head coach Evan Mancini is building an alpine ski program that will be strong for years to come. The boys’ team has grown to 14 athletes this season as the Patriots added a ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Adam Robinson, Staff Writer
  • 2018-19 Alpine ski capsules
    EDWARD LITTLE RED EDDIES Coach: Jodd Bowles (fifth year) Conference: KVAC; Class: A Last year’s results: Boys: First in KVAC, third in state; Girls: Third in KVAC, second in state. Returning athletes: Seniors — Leighton Girardin, Oliver Hall, Alec Larson, Sarah Lachance, Annabelle Soucie, Mallory Ouellette; Juniors — Jake Arel, ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Adam Robinson, Staff Writer
  • Lions sweep first home meet with four dual-match victories
    Belfast mat athletes could not have started the campaign better, as the host Lions wrestled up four dual-match wins on Saturday, Dec. 8 in their home gymnasium. The Lions downed Ellsworth 47-18, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro 42-42 by criteria, Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor 54-6 and Oceanside of ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on December 10, 2018
  • Mustangs wrangle two mat wins to open campaign at home
    Every match counted for the Mount View wrestling team on Saturday, Dec. 8, as the high school regular season got underway, and the Mustangs also made every move matter, as they wrangled two dual-match wins. Mount View took down Winslow 30-15 and Madison 36-24, while the hosts fell to Maine ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on December 10, 2018
  • Panthers flex muscles with three mat victories to open season
    The start of the high school wrestling season ushered in on Saturday, Dec. 8 for Medomak Valley student-athletes, as the day ended with three dual-match wins and a tie — that ended being a loss — for the Panthers. Medomak Valley pinned down wins against Mount Desert Island of ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on December 10, 2018
  • Video: Camden Hills girls soccer seniors interview
    The past four years for the seniors of the Camden Hills girls soccer team culminated in three state Class A championships and four straight Class A North final appearances, with three victories. This fall, the eight seniors helped the Windjammers to their second consecutive undefeated season (19-0), which saw ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on December 10, 2018
  • Boys Basketball: Brunswick ruins Maines’ return to Morse bench
    BRUNSWICK — It was a night of celebration. A familiar face for Morse High School boys basketball, Tom Maines, returned to the bench, looking to resurrect a Shipbuilder squad that has struggled the past couple seasons. Though Morse showed glimpses of solid play, the ’Builders fell to rival Brunswick Friday night, ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Bob Conn
  • Brunswick Girls Hockey: Clippers sneak past Dragons, 2-0
    YARMOUTH — The Yarmouth/Freeport Clippers handed Brunswick its third loss of the early season in girls hockey, 2-0, on Saturday at Travis Roy Arena. The Clippers limited the offensive chances for the Dragons, while goaltender Allie Perrotta was sharp when needed for a 13-save shutout. “She stayed focus which is great,” ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Bob Conn
  • Girls Basketball: Brunswick starts fast, rolls to 72-28 victory over Morse
    BRUNSWICK — For the Morse High School girls basketball team to have a chance in Friday’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference opener against a talented Brunswick Dragons squad, the Shipbuilders had to play near perfect basketball. After Brunswick steamrolled to a dominating 72-28 win, a perfect Shipbuilder storm still might not ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Bob Conn
  • Area High School Roundups: Smith’s 21 points powers Freeport Falcons to girls hoops victory
    FREEPORT — Caroline Smith scored 21 points to power the Freeport High School girls basketball team to a 45-24 Western Maine Conference win over Sacopee Valley on Friday. The 1-0 Falcons, who visit Yarmouth on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m., led 13-4, 21-8 and 35-15 at the quarter breaks. Rachel Wall chipped ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on December 10, 2018By Bob Conn
  • Late surge leads Searsport past Bucksport in first hoopla
    The first half of the season-opening high school girls basketball game between Searsport and Bucksport on Friday night, Dec. 7 looked as if the opponents needed to still shake off pesky preseason rust. The teams clanged their share of iron and committed numerous turnovers as neither the Vikings nor ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on December 9, 2018
  • Late free-throws lift Vikings to opening victory over Golden Bucks
    If every game for the Searsport boys basketball team plays out the way the host's season-opening high school contest with the Golden Bucks of Bucksport did on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 8, there might be full heads of white hair for the Viking faithful. Searsport needed every last second of ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on December 9, 2018
  • For starters: Camden Hills notches four dual-match wins, Lang 150th victory
    An impressive individual milestone and four dual-match team victories was the perfect start to the winter season for Camden Hills wrestlers. Led by senior Noah Lang's impressive and rare 150th career mat victory, the Windjammers experienced a successful start to the campaign on Saturday, Dec. 8 in matches hosted ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on December 9, 2018
  • For starters: Windjammers notch four dual-match wins, Lang 150th victory
    An impressive individual milestone and four dual-match team victories was the perfect start to the winter season for Camden Hills wrestlers. Led by senior Noah Lang's impressive and rare 150th career mat victory, the Windjammers experienced a successful start to the campaign on Saturday, Dec. 8 in matches hosted ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on December 9, 2018
  • Boys’ soccer: 2018 Maine Sunday Telegram All-State team
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 9, 2018By Glenn Jordan
  • Girls’ soccer: Kristina Kelly, Camden Hills
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 9, 2018By Glenn Jordan
  • Boys’ soccer: Andrew Rent, Gorham
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 9, 2018By Glenn Jordan
  • Girls’ soccer: 2018 Maine Sunday Telegram All-State team
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on December 9, 2018By Glenn Jordan
  • Girls’ basketball: Spruce Mountain zones out Mt. Abram
    Mt. Abram’s Madison Phelps (20) and Spruce Mountain’s Summer Chretien (14) close in as Spruce’s Calley Baker (22) and the Roadrunners’ Summer Ross (23) battle for the ball during a game at The Nest in Jay on Saturday night. (Tony Blasi/Sun Journal) JAY — Whether Spruce Mountain forward Haley Turcotte ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on December 8, 2018By Tony Blasi, Staff Editor