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  • NYA might ask to move up in girls’ basketball
    Source: Press HeraldPublished on August 17, 2018By Mike Lowe
  • Roll with the changes
    THE MT. ARARAT HIGH SCHOOL sports teams will be playing at different venues this fall. Pictured on top, clockwise, field hockey coach Krista Chase explains a drill to her players, Wyley Fitzpatrick dribbles a ball, and Travis Nadeau prepares to pass. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOPSHAM With the 2018 high school ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 17, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Sea Dogs sweep away Trenton, 3-2
    PORTLAND Daniel McGrath washed away the sour taste of his last outing with a sparkling six-inning effort Thursday afternoon to lead the Portland Sea Dogs to a 3-2 victory over Trenton to complete a three-game sweep of the series between the Double-A affiliates of the Red Sox and Yankees. ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 17, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Chris Kates in charge of ’Hounds
    LISBON HIGH SCHOOL football coach Chris Kates demonstrates a drill during Wednesday’s practice in Lisbon. Kates has begun his second season as the head coach of the Greyhounds after replacing retired Dick Mynahan last season. Lisbon opens its regular season Aug. 31 at Fryeburg Academy before hosting Mountain Valley on ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 16, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Sea Dogs edge Trenton Thunder, 6-5
      PORTLAND The Portland Sea Dogs will likely have Boston Red Sox left- hander Eduardo Rodriguez start for them on Monday, on a rehab assignment. Meanwhile, the lefties in the Sea Dogs’ starting rotation are doing just fine. Dedgar Jimenez threw five no- hit innings Wednesday night ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 16, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Biddeford, Deering getting new artificial turf fields
    Source: Press HeraldPublished on August 15, 2018By Steve Craig
  • Nokomis football reloads after storied season
    NEWPORT — When everybody else had left the Nokomis Regional High School football field following the Warriors Class C North quarterfinal loss to Maine Central Institute last October, Jake Rogers lingered. The loss meant the end of Rogers’ first season as Nokomis head coach, and he stayed and stared at ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on August 15, 2018By Travis Lazarczyk
  • Freeport Falcons ‘Strong’
    THE FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL boys soccer team gathers after completing practice on Tuesday. ERIC MAXIM / THE TIMES RECORD FREEPORT While dodging raindrops, new Freeport High School boys soccer coach Bob Strong was walking around the field while getting his point across to his 50-plus players on the turf. As ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 15, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Sea Dogs win, 5-2
    PORTLAND Luke Tendler swatted a two-out, three-run walk-off home run to give the Portland Sea Dogs a 5-2 Eastern League win over the Trenton Thunder on Tuesday night at Hadlock Field. Tate Matheny had tied the game with an RBI single before Tendler came to bat. The excitement followed seven ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 15, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Elks host scramble to support Food Bank
    BATH — The Elks Drive Out Cancer Golf Scramble will be held Aug. 25 at Bath Golf Club. The event is to benefit the Bath Area Food Bank. The food bank provides service within the community. It assists individuals and families in Bath, Woolwich, West Bath, Phippsburg, Arrowsic, Georgetown, and ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 14, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Pickelball benefit slated in September
    BRUNSWICK — Midcoast Maine Pickelball will host the fourth annual benefit pickelball tournament Sept. 15-16 at Maine Pines Racquet and Fitness. All net proceeds benefit the Bath/Brunswick YMCA kids programming — this year with a special emphasis on supporting their summer lunch program. “We have a number of generous community ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 14, 2018By ohtadmin
  • More from ‘Midnight Madness’
    MORSE HIGH SCHOOL football coach Jason Darling discusses strategy during his team’s “Midnight Madness” event early Monday morning. The Shipbuilders ran through a short practice at midnight during the opening day of the fall sports season. ERIC MAXIM / THE TIMES RECORD ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 14, 2018By ohtadmin
  • LRSC swimmers shine
    LONG REACH SWIM CLUB members Ella Martin and Olivia Harper pose after taking part in the YMCA National Championships at the University of Maryland recently. JAY MORISSETTE PHOTO BATH The Long Reach Swim Club jumped right back in the pool after competing in Canada recently, with several swimmers heading to ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 14, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Countdown to Kickoff
    Biddeford assistant coach Travis Roy shows a play to members of the Biddeford High School team during Monday’s afternoon practice. The Tigers hit the field for the first time on Monday. They will kick off the 2018 season on Friday, Aug. 31 at Brewer. PAT McDONALD/Journal Tribune The 2018 fall ... read more
    Source: The Journal TribunePublished on August 14, 2018By pmcdonald@journaltribune.com
  • Excitement runs high as fall teams return to action
    AUGUSTA — For many players on the Cony football team, it wasn’t a summer of sitting around. They lifted weights. They ran frequently. At 7-on-7s, they threw passes, ran routes and covered receivers. But even for the most ardent workers, Monday — and the first day of practice it carried ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on August 13, 2018By Drew Bonifant
  • Excitement runs high as fall teams return to action
    Source: Press HeraldPublished on August 13, 2018By Drew Bonifant
  • High school teams across Maine get the ball rolling for fall sports
    Source: Press HeraldPublished on August 13, 2018By Glenn Jordan
  • Back to work
    PITTSFIELD — Maine Central Institute senior Seth Bussell had been looking forward to Monday morning’s football practice for a long time. “Since November,” Bussell, who saw time on the offensive line, at running back, and on the defensive line for the Huskies last season, said. “We’ve got to keep going. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on August 13, 2018By Travis Lazarczyk
  • Midnight Madness!
    THE MORSE HIGH SCHOOL football team runs onto the McMann Field Complex earlier today, with Shipbuilder cheerleaders cheering the squad on, as the official start of the fall sports season began at midnight. Leading Morse onto the field are Thomas Trundy (11), Austin Baltazar (32) and Lukas Osterhout (88). ERIC ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 13, 2018By ohtadmin
  • Portland swim champs still celebrating 50 years later
    Members of the 1968 New England champion Portland High School swim team enjoy their 50th reunion Friday evening at Brunos Restaurant. From left: Phil DiBiase (captain), Rodney Paulson (captain), Larry Leone,, B.J. Robinson, Don Gardner, Lee Crocker, Dave Chaplin (captain), Lloyd Crocker, Dave McKenzie, John Haney, Chris Matheson, Richard Lucas, ... read more
    Source: The ForecasterPublished on August 12, 2018By Michael Hoffer
  • New Babe Ruth champion crowned
    Gibbs defeated Salvage BBQ, 5-0, to win the Portland Babe Ruth City championship earlier this month. Ben Wilson pitched a complete game shutout in the title game. Front row, from left: Colby Winship, Conner Quiet, Jimmy Gignac, Nathan Isajar and Nick O’Malley. Back row: Coach Kevin Winship, Ben Keller, Ryan ... read more
    Source: The ForecasterPublished on August 12, 2018By The Forecaster
  • Portland softball standout shines on national level
    Portland’s Sadie Armstrong had herself a memorable summer on the softball diamond. Armstrong was the only USA Softball 12-U All American from Maine and one of only a handful of two-time 12-U All-Americans in the country. She led her team from the Northeast to its best yet, fifth place, with ... read more
    Source: The ForecasterPublished on August 12, 2018By The Forecaster
  • Portland Plastic Pipe wins another Seniors softball title
    Portland Plastic Pipe beat Pleasantdale, 11-6, last week to win the 2018 Greater Portland Seniors softball championship for the fourth year in a row and the fifth time in six seasons. The team is made up of players from Cape Elizabeth, South Portland, Portland, Westbrook, Gorham, Windham and Augusta. Front ... read more
    Source: The ForecasterPublished on August 12, 2018By The Forecaster
  • Topsham resident honored at Fenway Park
    Connor Brown of Topsham, third from right, was recognized as a recipient of the Maine Red Sox Service Scholarship during a pregame ceremony at Fenway Park before the Red Sox-Minnesota Twins game on Sunday, July 29. The program awards students from public high schools across Maine with $1,000 scholarships towards ... read more
    Source: The ForecasterPublished on August 12, 2018By The Forecaster
  • Sea Dogs slip past Erie
    ERIE, Pa. Michael Chavis and Bobby Dalbec connected on back to back homers in the first inning to help lead the Portland Sea Dogs to a 10-9 victory over Erie SeaWolves on Thursday. Jordan Weems got Kody Eaves to fly out with runners on first and second to end the ... read more
    Source: The Times RecordPublished on August 10, 2018By ohtadmin