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Sports

  • Middle school track standout enjoys perfect season

    Memorial Middle School captain Danica Gleason culminated a perfect season at last month's Middle School Festival Meet at the Portland Expo. It's believed to be the first time in at least two decades that such a feat had occurred. Gleason scored 67.5 points on the year, the highest possible. She rank...

  • Midcoast Sports Roundup

    Rowing club looking for members A rowing club is starting in mid-May at Bowdoin College Boathouse on the New Meadows River at Sawyer Park. There will be both sweeping and sculling, 8's, 4's, singles, etc. The group will row in the morning for an hour with a coach on the water...

  • Bowdoin Beat

    Baseball team sizzling With the weather warming up, Bowdoin's baseball team is doing the same, leading the parade of spring teams. Baseball Bowdoin blanked Colby 4-0 last Friday, then complet...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Women's basketball league taking registration

  • North Sports Roundup

    Former Yarmouth standout earns lacrosse honor

  • Cumberland speedskaters impress at nationals

    Cumberland speedskaters Peter Stauber (first photo) and Griffin Ashey, both 14 and members of the Great Atlantic Speedskating Club, took part at the U.S. National Speedskating championships in Midland, Mich., last month. Ashey took silver and gold medals in his divisions based on time. Stauber achie...

  • Sickels named Athletic Director of the Year

    Freeport head man also gets State Award of Merit Athletic directors salivate at the opportunity to head up to the Samoset Resort for their annual convention each spring. But for longtime Freeport athletic administrator Craig Sickels, this year's event proved to b...

  • Delaney goes home

    Ryan Delaney (left) will rejoin the Yarmouth hockey program next season. (file photo) 1

  • Yarmouth graduate earns college honor

    Yarmouth High graduate Alan Palmer, a sophomore at Harvard, along with teammate Lauren Brants, was named New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association Coed Sailor of the Week after leading the Crimson to the championship of the Boston Dinghy Club Cup. Palmer learned to sail at the Portland Yacht C...

  • Key games await north-area teams

    Top teams square off consistently By Michael Hoffer