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  • Remember When: The 2009 Cony baseball team took Deering to the limit in the Class A final
    Winning core of players restored Augusta baseball culture and nearly shocked a high school baseball powerhouse. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 28, 2020By By Drew Bonifant Kennebec Journal
  • Local standouts win Gatorade awards
    South Portland's Hunter Owen and Scarborough's Bella Dickinson honored ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on May 28, 2020By Michael Hoffer
  • Lost Season: Jordyn Rubin a leader for Lewiston softball from the start
    Rubin batted leadoff and patrolled center field since in her first game as a freshman and was looking forward to a strong conclusion to her four-year career with the Blue Devils. She'll continue her career at Simmons University. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 27, 2020By By Wil Kramlich Sun Journal
  • Track and field: Longtime rivals and friends still pushing each other
    Mt. Ararat runner Lisandro Berry-Gaviria and Brunswick's Will Shaughnessy train together before embarking on collegiate careers. ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on May 27, 2020By By Adam Robinson Times Record
  • MRC hosts ice hockey gear return, drive June 3
    The Midcoast Recreation Center will host a ice hockey gear return and drive on Wednesday, June 3 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at its facility. The event is an opportunity for parents to return their child's borrowed or rented equipment. With the abrupt end to the 2019-2020 hockey season ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on May 27, 2020
  • Remember When: Messalonskee baseball won the 2012 Class A state crown.
    The Eagles overcame a slow start and were unbeatable down the stretch. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 25, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • Former Maine high school stars prepare for college seasons in doubt
    The athletes are isolated from coaches and teammates, and no one can say for sure they will even be able to return to campus this fall. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on May 24, 2020By By Steve Craig Staff Writer
  • H.S. field hockey: Lewiston hires alum Jenessa Talarico to take next step
    Lewiston and UMaine-Farmington graduate Jenessa Talarico, 24, is hoping to improve the program's feeder program and generate excitement for Blue Devil field hockey. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 23, 2020By By Randy Whitehouse Sun Journal
  • Sidelines: For Waterville’s Trafton Gilbert, the Lobster Bowl is a ‘What If?’
    Senior is one of the student athletes selected to play in the now-cancelled Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl, Travis Lazarczyk writes. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 23, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • COVID-19 puts kibosh on summer camps, leagues
    Coaches and summer camp directors put safety first during the coronavirus. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 23, 2020By By Tony Blasi Sun Journal
  • Lewiston girls basketball coach Lynn Girouard resigns
    Lewiston alum steps down after six seasons, saying, "It has become increasingly clear that a number of parents did not want to support my coaching approach." ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 22, 2020By By Randy Whitehouse Sun Journal
  • Dan Gish named new Lewiston boys soccer coach
    The former assistant coach has been groomed by outgoing head coach Mike McGraw for the last 20 years. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 22, 2020By By Tony Blasi Sun Journal
  • Remember When: Skowhegan won its first softball championship in 21 years
    A heavy-hitting lineup in 2014 took Skowhegan back to the final and, this time, to the peak of Class A. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 21, 2020By By Drew Bonifant Kennebec Journal
  • Field hockey: Five Mt. Ararat players to extend careers at collegiate level
    The large number of commits helps solidify winning culture that's gripped the program. ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on May 21, 2020By By Adam Robinson Times Record
  • Lost Season: With key pieces gone, St. Dom’s girls lacrosse was ready to defend title
    The Saints were going to return third-leading scorer Mia-Angelina Leslie and goalie Simone Long, who were going to help lead St. Dom's in their Class C state championship title defense. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 21, 2020By By Nathan Fournier Sun Journal
  • Football coaches, players react to cancelation of Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl
    The annual all-star game that benefits Shriner's Hospitals will not be played this summer because of the coronavirus. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 20, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • National federation provides guidelines for reopening high school sports
    The National Federation of State High School Associations sets out a three-phase plan to ease athletes back into competition. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on May 20, 2020By By Mike Lowe Staff Writer
  • Lost Season: With key pieces gone St. Dom’s girls lacrosse was ready to defend title
    The Saints were going to return third-leading scorer Mia-Angelina Leslie and goalie Simone Long, who were going to help lead St. Dom's in their Class C state championship title defense. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 19, 2020By By Nathan Fournier Sun Journal
  • Remember When: 40 years ago, Gardiner won its only state softball championship
    Led by a determined group of players with a famous football coach, the Tigers took Class A by storm in 1980. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 18, 2020By By Travis Barrett Kennebec Journal
  • Carrington Miller tabbed next boys basketball coach at Temple Academy
    Miller, who was a 1,000-point scorer in high school and college, is ready to lead the Bereans. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on May 18, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • Lewiston’s Ryan Pomerleau wins Travis Roy Award
    The Blue Devils' captain is the fourth Lewiston player to win the award, which was presented for the 25th year. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 17, 2020By By Wil Kramlich Sun Journal
  • Travis Roy Award finalists finally get their day
    The four seniors had to wait an extra two months to find out the winner, and a video chat has unfortunately replaced the camaraderie of an in-person ceremony. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 16, 2020By By Wil Kramlich Sun Journal
  • Lost Season: Drew LaCerda, Patriots were poised for more success
    After scoring 64 goals and helping the Gray-New Gloucester boys lacrosse team reach the state semifinals, Drew LaCerda was hoping for more this season from the team and himself. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 16, 2020By By Wil Kramlich Sun Journal
  • Lost Season: Greyhounds miss being together and defending their basetball state title
    Reigning Class C champion Lisbon had a couple of big holes to fill but still would have been a force in Class C this year. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on May 16, 2020By By Randy Whitehouse Sun Journal
  • Longtime Cape boys’ basketball coach steps down
    Jim Ray won 350 games and five regional titles during a 26-year tenure ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on May 15, 2020By Michael Hoffer