Bowdoin's Matt Mathias tries to dribble out of trouble during last Friday's home battle with rival Bates. Mathias hit a long 3-pointer at the horn, a shot now immortalized as "Mathias' Miracle," to give the Polar Bears a 74-71 victory.
Bowdoin's men's hockey team, meanwhile, got an early goal from Tim Coffey in its game against Connecticut College, but lost to the Camels in overtime, 3-2.
Deering senior girls' soccer standout Alexis Elowitch (center) is joined by (from left) her father, Jimmy, mother, Faith, sister»
Falmouth's Gabrielle Cyr, a 16-year-old junior at Falmouth High School, is now the top-ranked women's junior compound archer in »
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Crew leader Dave Baker, left, Andrew Coughlin, and Eric Lunn of Falmouth's Public Works Department fill potholes Monday on U.S.»
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Arrests 2/26 at 11:13 p.m. Nancy E. Shaffer, 32, of Allen Street, Rangeley, was arrested on U.S.»