Bowdoin's Billy Bergner possesses the ball before scoring one of his four goals during last weekend's 14-4 romp over Endicott on Senior Day. The Polar Bears improved to 8-5 with the victory.
Bowdoin's Randi London prepares to launch a first-place shot put throw of 11.62 meters at last weekend's Aloha Relays. The Polar Bears were first as a team.
FREEPORT — Smart phones and social media have made it easier than ever for students to shoot, edit and share their ow»
Cape Elizabeth is always in the mix for glory in the spring and this year will be no different.»
FALMOUTH — A long-planned, $12.3 million construction project that will change the face of the U.S.»
PORTLAND—The Deering baseball team didn't do many things wrong Tuesday afternoon in its opener at Hadlock Field, but the R»
South Portland's spring sports teams will all make their presence felt in the weeks to come.»
YARMOUTH — North Yarmouth Academy's top administrator, Brad Choyt, will resign at the end of the school year.»
Arrests 3/17 at 9:53 p.m. Gedeon B.»
Once again, Greely has several spring sports teams capable of earning June glory.»
Yarmouth expects to be competitive across the board this spring season.»
Portland had a very competitive spring a year ago and looks to build on that success this time around.»