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  • 2018-19 Sun Journal girls’ hockey preview capsules
    Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland Red Hornets Coach: Dana Berube (second year) Region: North Last year’s results: 4-14-1 (lost in regional quarterfinals). Returning athletes: Seniors — Taylor Cailler (F), Brianna Doucette (F), Madison Cote (F); Juniors — Miranda Guimond (G), Isabel Berube (F), Cassady Bussiere (D), Rebecca Raby (F); Sophomores — Caroline Tracy (F), Jillian Bergeron ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on November 20, 2018By Wil Kramlich, Staff Writer
  • Girls’ hockey preview: Senior season a star turn for St. Dominic’s Emma Theriault
    Emma Theriault will be a key player as a senior defender for the St. Dom’s girls’ hockey team this season. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal) Emma Theriault comes from a hockey heritage, but the St. Dominic Academy senior has made a name for herself the past three years with her own play ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on November 20, 2018By Wil Kramlich, Staff Writer
  • Portland-Deering Thanksgiving Day football game moved to Wednesday
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on November 20, 2018By Steve Craig
  • Mt. Ararat Boys Basketball: A new, but familiar face leading the Eagles
    TOPSHAM — There will be a new coach patrolling the sidelines on the basketball courts this winter for Mt. Ararat High School. While he is new to the varsity head coaching position, David Dubreuil is a familiar face in the boys program. The 2001 Mt. Ararat graduate began the 2018/19 season ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on November 20, 2018By Bob Conn
  • High school teams are preparing for winter
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on November 19, 2018By  
  • Boys’ hockey: For Kings program, more than just the season is new
    The Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester Kings hockey team is comprised of players from four different high schools. The team started practice Monday. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal) AUBURN — The present season started Monday, but it was hard for Kings hockey coach Joe Hutchinson to not think about the long-term potential of his ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Wil Kramlich, Staff Writer
  • Brenda Beckwith returns to bench with Winslow girls basketball program
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Travis Lazarczyk
  • Monmouth girls basketball team surprised by sudden coaching change
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Drew Bonifant
  • Monmouth girls basketball team surprised by sudden coaching change
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Drew Bonifant
  • After historic runs last season, Edward Little boys and girls basketball teams tip off quests for another title
    Jade Perry, left, Grace Fontaine and head coach Chris Cifelli watch a scrimmage from the sideline during the first day of practice for the Edward Little High School girl’s basketball team on Monday. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal) AUBURN — High school basketball players, coaches and fans anticipated Monday’s first day of ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Randy Whitehouse, Staff Writer
  • Cony and Gardiner hockey teams welcome new head coaches
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Travis Barrett
  • H.S. football: Pat Mooney resigns after 3 years as Mountain Valley head coach
    Pat Mooney watches a Mountain Valley preseason practice prior to the 2016 football season. Mooney has resigned as the Falcons’ coach after three seasons. (Sun Journal file photo) Pat Mooney has resigned after three years as Mountain Valley’s varsity football head coach.  Mooney, 33, told athletic director Tom Danylik last ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Randy Whitehouse, Staff Writer
  • Troy Howard football tackles strong fall campaign
    The Troy Howard Middle School football team experienced solid success in its play in the Eastern Maine Middle School Football League in the fall. The team, guided by head coach Brent Waterman and assistant coach Rick Kelley, included Kaden Bonin, Egan Buchannon, Jacob Floyd, Gabe Kelley, Rayon Kirby, Jackson ... read more
    Source: waldo.villagesoup.comPublished on November 19, 2018
  • Thanksgiving Day football moved back to Fitzpatrick Stadium
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Steve Craig
  • Thanksgiving Day football moved back to Fitzpatrick Stadium
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Steve Craig
  • For Portland High basketball coach Joe Russo, a battle with cancer is providing his biggest win
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Steve Craig
  • For Portland High basketball coach Joe Russo, a battle with cancer is providing his biggest win
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on November 19, 2018By Steve Craig
  • It was a fine fall sports season in Forecaster Country-Southern edition
    Cape Elizabeth’s girls’ soccer team relished in showing off its newly won hardware. Lydia Grant was a top player for a South Portland field hockey team that played in many close games this fall. Connor Coffin and his Scarborough boys’ cross country teammates won another Class A championship last month. ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on November 19, 2018By Michael Hoffer
  • It was a fine fall sports season in Forecaster country-Portland edition
    Waynflete’s boys’ soccer team proved to be the best in Class C this fall and finished undefeated. Aleah Murph and her Deering teammates reached the playoffs this fall. Emma White and her Cheverus volleyball teammates earned their first-ever playoff win this fall. The 2018 fall sports season once again was ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on November 19, 2018By Michael Hoffer
  • It was a fine fall sports season in Forecaster Country-Northern edition
    Falmouth’s volleyball team, led by standout Annika Hester, soared to a Class A state title last month. Xander Kostelnik and his North Yarmouth Academy boys’ soccer teammates left the rest of Class D in their wake this season. Yarmouth and Freeport’s girls’ soccer teams squared off in three memorable games ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on November 19, 2018By Michael Hoffer
  • The Hot Corner: Are football championship blowouts a problem?
    In the interest of full disclosure, I didn’t watch a single moment of the Maine high school football state championships, as for the first time since my leaving that fair, snow-banked state, there was no free option to do so. That being said, it’s apparent from the extensive social media ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on November 18, 2018By Kalle Oakes, Sports Columnist
  • Warriors win third straight Gold Ball
    The Wells High football team celebrates after winning the Class D state championship on Saturday night. Jason Gendron Photography ORONO — It might be a few hours north of Wells, but on Saturday night Alfond Stadium on the campus of the University of Maine in Orono was definitely Warrior Country. ... read more
    Source: JournalTribune.comPublished on November 18, 2018By pmcdonald@journaltribune.com
  • Football notebook: Looking back at title games, looking ahead to 2019
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on November 18, 2018By Kevin Thomas and Mike Lowe and Steve Craig
  • Mission Accomplished
    The Thornton Academy football team celebrates after winning the 2018 Class A state championship on Saturday afternoon. Jason Gendron Photography PORTLAND — Heading into Saturday’s Class A state championship game, the Thornton Academy Golden Trojans had yet to find themselves trailing — not for one second. The Trojans made sure ... read more
    Source: JournalTribune.comPublished on November 18, 2018By pmcdonald@journaltribune.com
  • Brunswick blanked by Marshwood in state final
    Brunswick’s Cameron Cornett is stood up by a Marshwood defender during the Hawks’ 49-0 victory in Saturday’s Class B state final. Brunswick’s Noah Goddard prepares to make a tackle. PORTLAND—There were a lot of things to talk about with regards to the Marshwood football team. Words like big, strong, fast, ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on November 18, 2018By Bob Conn, Times Record