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  • Local swimmers excel at New Englands

    Mid-Coast Masters swimmers from left, Mike Hurd, Ben Morse, Fred Pierce, Katrine Alcaide, David Vail and Jessie Alcaide recently joined nearly 700 swimmers for the 2015 New England championships in Massachusetts and each brought home medals for top three finishes. Jessie Alcaide won the...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Players sought for 45-and-over baseball league The Maine Woods 45-and-older baseball league is holding a tryout Saturdays March 28, April 4 and 11 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Coastal Performance Training Facility in Brunswick. All skill levels are welcome and admission is free. FMI,

  • Mt. Ararat honors top winter athletes

    Mt. Ararat High School recently honored its top winter athletes. The boys' basketball team gave a Coach's Award to Ryan Greene and named Josh Walker the Outstanding Senior. At the junior varsity level, Tyler Charron won the Coach's Award. Jordan Castonguay was the Coach's Award winn...

  • Former Cheverus star helps Norwich to women's hockey title

    Former Cheverus girls' hockey standout Mollie Fitzpatrick (left, along with fellow Mainers Brittane Michaud of Lewiston and Melissa Rundlett of Saco) helped the Norwich University women’s ice hockey team win the NCAA Division III national championship Saturday, 5-2, over the Rochester Institute...

  • Brunswick girl wins tennis tournament

    Brunswick 9th grader Maisie Silverman won the 18-and-under title at the recent USTA tournament at Maine Pines. Silverman was the Maine Tennis Association's top-ranked girls' 16 player in 2010.

  • A Mid-Coast farewell to winter sports

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped last week) Regardless of the winter sport, there were plenty of thrills to be had in the Mid-Coast this year. Brunswick's boys' hockey team made a trip to the playoffs. Track once again produced many superb performances. ...

  • Miller lighting it up at Hobart

    Former Yarmouth High boys' lacrosse standout Sam Miller is in the midst of a dominant season at Hobart College. Miller, a junior attack, had hat tricks in four straight games, leads the Statesmen with 15 goals and is riding a streak of 17 games with at least one point, which is a program record. ...

  • City of Portland bids farewell to winter sports

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped last week) Regardless of the winter sport, there plenty of thrills to be had in the city of Portland this year. Cheverus' boys' hockey team returned to prominence with its first playoff berth in four seasons. Deering closed the ...

  • Farewell to winter sports-Northern edition

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped last week) Regardless of the winter sport, there plenty of thrills to be had in Forecaster Country this year. Greely's boys' hockey team made it to the regional final for the seventh time in eight seasons. Falmouth and Yarmouth ...

  • Northern edition-Basketball season was something special

    (Ed. Note: Watch for a recap of the rest of the winter sports season next week) Entering the 2010-11 boys' and girls' basketball season, consensus held that it wasn't going to be anything special, that the quality of play would be down and that there weren't that many talented p...