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  • Lions, Panthers, Mariners, Windjammers head indoors for hot performances
    While the winter has turned considerably cold and snowy outdoors, Midcoast student-athletes continued to go indoors to turn in some of their most sizzling performances. That was the case again on Thursday, Jan. 17 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference regular-season high school indoor track meet at Bowdoin College. Athletes ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on January 21, 2019
  • Lions, Panthers, Mariners, Windjammers head indoors for hot performances
    While the winter has turned considerably cold and snowy outdoors, Midcoast student-athletes continued to go indoors to turn in some of their most sizzling performances. That was the case again on Thursday, Jan. 17 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference regular-season high school indoor track meet at Bowdoin College. Athletes ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 21, 2019
  • Windjammers sweep five foes, keep impressive mat season on roll
    With less than two weeks until the regular season ends, Camden Hills wrestlers hit the road for their second-to-final dual-match meet on Saturday, Jan. 19 at Mount Blue. The Windjammers competed in a quad-meet and continued another successful season as they swept all five dual-matches, as they bested Skowhegan ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 21, 2019
  • Camden Hills sweeps five foes, keep impressive mat season on roll
    With less than two weeks until the regular season ends, Camden Hills wrestlers hit the road for their second-to-final dual-match meet on Saturday, Jan. 19 at Mount Blue. The Windjammers competed in a quad-meet and continued another successful season as they swept all five dual-matches, as they bested Skowhegan ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 21, 2019
  • Lions pick up two match wins in weekend Morse meet
    With the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference high school wrestling tournament around the corner, Belfast competed in one of its final regular-season meets on Saturday, Jan. 19 at Morse. The Lions finished with two dual-match wins, as they bested rival Mount View 42-30 and Winslow 48-18, but fell to host Morse ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on January 21, 2019
  • Small Mariner group continues hard-fought mat battles
    The undermanned Oceanside wrestling team took part in a pair of recent road meets, as the Mariners participated in the Cheverus Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 19 in Portland and a tri-meet at Erskine Academy of South China on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The Mariners finished 10th among 14 teams in Saturday's ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 21, 2019
  • Boys Basketball: Mt. Ararat sneaks by Morse by a point
    Morse’s Gabe Aucoin drives to the hoops as Mt. Ararat’s Austin Damon looks on in Saturday’s boys high school basketball game in Bath. (Eric Maxim / The Times Record) BATH — Mt. Ararat was seeking a second consecutive Kennebec Valley Conference win against Morse and a chance to get over the ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on January 21, 2019By Bob Conn
  • Area Weekend Roundups:  Bobcats keep rolling, with 4th straight in girls hoops
    NORTH ANSON — Caitlin Kendrick scored 15 points to power the Richmond High School girls basketball team to a 35-25 Mountain Valley Conference win over Carrabec on Friday. The Bobcats have won six of their last seven games to improve to 6-7, while the Cobras fell to 3-10. Richmond led 11-8 ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on January 21, 2019By Bob Conn
  • Mount View uses offensive bursts to stay step ahead of Oceanside
    As the 18-game regular season dwindles to a precious few, every win the Oceanside and Mount View girls basketball teams can deposit in the bank helps the Mariners and Mustangs keep their heads just below or above the water that is the Class B North playoff bubble. Thus, it ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Mount View uses offensive bursts to stay step ahead of Oceanside
    As the 18-game regular season dwindles to a precious few, every win the Oceanside and Mount View girls basketball teams can deposit in the bank helps the Mariners and Mustangs keep their heads just below or above the water that is the Class B North playoff bubble. Thus, it ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Boatload of photos, video from Oceanside, Mount View court battle
    The following are photos and video from the Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19 Mount View at Oceanside girls basketball game. A story on the game will appear later in this space. ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Boatload of photos, video from Oceanside, Mount View court battle
    The following are photos and video from the Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19 Mount View at Oceanside girls basketball game. A story on the game will appear later in this space. ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Belfast, Mount View, Searsport court squads stay on the ball
    A handful of Waldo County high school basketball squads had difficult days and nights on the courts in games played Wednesday through Saturday, Jan. 16-19, with Belfast teams — in addition to the Searsport and Mount View boys — being dealt losses. The Lions fell in matinee contests with Maine ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Good news only for Panther boys as Medomak Valley, Camden Hills, Vinalhaven compete
    The Medomak Valley boys basketball team was the lone bright spot in an otherwise dreary pre-snowstorm edition of Midcoast high school basketball on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 18-19, as the Panthers — along with Camden Hills and Vinalhaven — were in later-season action on the hardwood. The Panther boys ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Belfast dives back into winning mode against MCI Huskies
    It was back to official regular-season pool business for host Belfast, as well as visiting Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, and independent water athletes from Mount View of Thorndike and Searsport, on Friday night, Jan. 18 at the Penobscot Bay YMCA. The Lions earned a sweep as the boys emerged ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Camden Hills, Cony split in pool play, independents strong
    It was back to official regular-season pool business for host Camden Hills, as well as visiting Cony of Augusta, and independent water athletes from Oceanside of Rockland and Medomak Valley of Waldoboro on Friday night, Jan. 18 at the Penobscot Bay YMCA. While the Rams earned a slim overall win ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Camden Hills, Cony splits in pool play, independents strong
    It was back to official regular-season pool business for host Camden Hills, as well as visiting Cony of Augusta, and independent water athletes from Oceanside of Rockland and Medomak Valley of Waldoboro on Friday night, Jan. 18 at the Penobscot Bay YMCA. While the Rams earned a slim overall win ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • And One: Role players get time to shine for Red Eddies, Vikings
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on January 20, 2019By Sun Journal
  • Boys’ hockey: Chasse healthy and helping St. Dom’s
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on January 20, 2019By Sun Journal
  • In battle of ice titans, host Old Town/Orono freezes out Camden Hills
    The two top-ranked squads in Class B North clashed on the ice at Alfond Arena at the University of Maine on Friday, Jan. 18 as Camden Hills hit the road to face Old Town/Orono — and the talented opponents looked to seize control atop the standings. By game's end, ... read more
    Source: knox.villagesoup.comPublished on January 20, 2019
  • Girls basketball: Mt. Ararat fights off Morse, 48-37
    Mt. Ararat’s Kyla Greenleaf prepares to launch a 3-pointer in Saturday’s 48-37 win over Morse. (Eric Maxim / The Times Record) BATH–It may not be the “Battle of the Bridge” that the Eagles have with rival Brunswick, but the quick trip up and down Route 1 that separate Morse and ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on January 20, 2019By Eric Maxim
  • Falmouth hockey gets much-needed win at Portland/Deering
    PORTLAND—Little has gone the way of Falmouth’s perennially strong boys’ hockey team this winter, but Saturday evening at Troubh Ice Arena, the Yachtsmen showed signs that their brightest days are still to come. Falmouth, which had lost five games in a row, all at home, shot to a quick 2-0 ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on January 20, 2019By Michael Hoffer
  • Boys’ hockey: Falmouth ends its skid
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on January 19, 2019By MICHAEL HOFFER - The Forecaster
  • Local roundup: Gardiner boys basketball gets past Nokomis
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on January 19, 2019By Staff Report
  • Saturday’s high school roundup: Leavitt tops Brunswick, keeps perfect record intact
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on January 19, 2019By Staff report