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Yarmouth shuts out Gardiner

Sport: Hockey (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: January 16th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

HALLOWELL – The Yarmouth Clippers made the trip up Interstate-95 worth the risk in snowy conditions by shutting out the Gardiner Tigers 4-0 in high school boy’s hockey Thursday night at the Bank of Maine Ice Vault. On paper, it was a battle of youth vs. experience, but on the …

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Bangor powers past Falmouth

Sport: Hockey (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: January 16th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

FALMOUTH – The Bangor Rams came to play Thursday night in a convincing 6-1 win against the Falmouth Yachtsmen at the Falmouth Family Ice Center. The Rams took full advantage of a five-minute boarding penalty committed by Falmouth captain Brandon Peters, scoring three times on the man advantage and once …

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Defense corps looks to augment offense as Maine men's hockey team hosts UMass Lowell, Boston College

Sport: University Of Maine Hockey  Message Board

Posted: January 16th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

ORONO, Maine — Goals haven’t been easy to come by for the University of Maine men’s hockey team this season. The Black Bears are tied for 36th among 59 Division I teams in scoring with an average of 2.5 goals per game, and they have been held to three goals or less 18 times in 22 games. But in recent weeks, the Black Bears have been getting some scoring help from their defense corps. Defensemen scored four of their five goals in their 3-2 loss and 3-0 win at Massachusetts last weekend. During Maine’s recent 4-2 stretch, the blue-liners have chipped in with seven of the 21 goals...

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'Bingo!': Rockport native named Maine Sportscaster of the Year

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: January 16th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Don Shields has spent nearly 30 years working on Maine’s radio airwaves as a disc jockey and sports broadcaster. That includes a lengthy stint as a basketball broadcaster on the midcoast and with the Black Bear Sports Network. The Rockport native was recognized recently as the recipient of the Maine Sportscaster of the Year award as presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association based in Salisbury, North Carolina. Shields, 54, earned the nod by a vote of his Maine peers, joining sportswriter Mark Emmert of the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram as the state winners for 2014...

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Orono, Scarborough cross-country coaches honored

Sport: Cross Country  Message Board

Posted: January 16th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Orono’s Lin White and Scarborough’s Jim Harmon have been named the inaugural Maine high school cross-country coaches of the year as selected by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. One boys coach and one girls coach from each of the 50 states were honored for their ...

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What an epic! Portland holds off Deering, extends win streak to 33

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: January 16th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

By Michael Hoffer.. PORTLAND—Thursday evening at the Portland Exposition Building, the ancient rival Portland and Deering boys' basketball teams did battle for the 218th time in their fabled history. And it's doubtful they ever produced a game quite like this one. The defending champion Bulldogs, the host team, already riding a program-record win streak, got everything they could have asked for from a Rams' squad looking to make a mark and ultimately, every raucous fan on hand came away a winner. In a type of setting one would expect more from February in the tournament, the teams produced a back-and-forth game for the ages, one which took all 1,920 seconds to decide. Deering, which lost three meetings to Portland a year ago by an average of 22 points, made an immediate statement, scoring the game's first four points...

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HS Broadcast listing for Thursday Jan 15, 2015

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

BASKETBALL, BOYS
MT. VALLEY at DIRIGO, 6:30 p.m. 
- WTBM Rumford 100.7 fm Click for Audio or search MBR southern Maine on your tunein radio app...

BASKETBALL, GIRLS
HOULTON at SCHENCK, 7 p.m. 
- WSYY Millinocket (94.9 FM, 1240 AM) Click for audio

SOUTHERN AROOSTOOK at HODGDON, 7 p.m. 
- WHOU Houlton (100.1 FM) radio click for audio click for video

FORT KENT at FORT FAIRFIELD, 7 p.m.
- WHOU Houlton click for video

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Hawks find the 'mo' to battle past Noble

Sport: Wrestling  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Marshwood High School wrestling coach Matt Rix thought he might experiment with the 120-pound division during Wednesday’s Class A dual meet with rival Noble. But when the meet was slated to start at 120, Rix thought better of that move. Instead he went with tested Bradley Beaulieu against Noble’s Austin Shorey, the seventh time in two years the two sophomores had met. Beaulieu made it a perfect 7 for 7 with a 10-4 decision and the Hawks went on to stop the Knights, 37-21...

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Blue Devils drydock Yachtsmen

Sport: Hockey (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

LEWISTON — The defense did it all for Lewiston High School on Wednesday. They scored the first two Blue Devil goals, limited Falmouth to 11 shots (one in the first period) and pitched their 11th shutout of the season in a 4-0 victory over the Yachtsmen at the Colisee. "We had seen Falmouth earlier in the year in a practice game and we knew they could skate with us," Lewiston coach Ron Dumont said. "And they did. We knew it was going to be up and down and it was very defensive."...

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Alpine skiing: Guerette edges Klein to win Titcomb girls' slalom; Miller leads boys

Sport: Skiing  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

by KALLE OAKES.. FARMINGTON — It’s a new year, but fans of girls’ alpine skiing are looking at the same down-to-the-split-second, friendly rivalry between Annie Guerette of Winthrop and Sarah Klein of Mountain Valley. he local racers were one-two in both races at the 2014 Class C state meet, with each claiming an individual title. Activities held true to form Wednesday in the MVC/KVAC Otterslide Challenge at Titcomb Mountain, where reigning slalom champion Guerette won another showdown with Klein in that discipline by a margin of less than a second...

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Rangeley rolling toward tourney

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

The unbeaten Lakers (10-0) have had their way through the regular-season schedule so far. Between a seasoned Rangeley team, with most everyone back from last year’s club, to a number of East-West Conference teams that lost significant talent and field younger and inexperienced squads, the Lakers came into the season as the clear favorite — and nothing has changed so far. “I think coming down the stretch here we’re going to have some good games,” Rangeley coach Heidi Deery said. “As we kind of wind down, we’re preparing for the tournament every day. We know that it’s going to be about how we play. We have to focus on what we can do and what we can stop the other team from doing. I think that’s our big focus.”...

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Goodman leads Pine Tree girls past Richmond

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

The point guard had 17 points, nine boards and six assists as the Breakers shut down the Bobcats 35-32.. RICHMOND — Richmond used a box-and-one defense in hopes of neutralizing Alex Goodman, Pine Tree Academy’s dynamic 5-foot-9 point guard, in Wednesday’s East-West battle. The strategy helped put the Bobcats in a position to win going into the fourth quarter, but it couldn’t help them on the offensive end in the final eight minutes. Thus, Pine Tree held Richmond to five points in the fourth quarter to emerge with a 35-32 win... 

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KJ GBB Notebook - Jan. 15, 2015

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

- Gardiner girls hope to turn it around in final stretch
The Tigers are 0-4 in the last two weeks in tight contests and their coach says they need to close out games.

- Through a quirk in the schedule, the Richmond Bobcats played six of their first eight games on the road. They fared pretty well with a 5-3 record, including 4-2 as the visitors.

- Now that the Lawrence and Rangeley girls basketball teams have celebrated players reaching the 1,000 career points milestone, they are ready to make the second half push and try to retain the top seed in their respective regions.

- Honor roll

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Sentinel GBB Notebook - Jan. 15, 2015

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

- Lawrence’s Irving sets sights on a Gold Ball run
The Bulldogs junior, who surpassed 1,000 career points Tuesday, says winning is all that matters.

- With two consecutive wins, Waterville is showing improvement.

- Honor roll

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Waynflete comes up short against defending champ Lake Region

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: January 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

PORTLAND—When you play a fundamentally strong, smart and scrappy defending champion, you better play close to a perfect game. The Waynflete girls' basketball team wasn't able to manage anything close to that Wednesday afternoon. Hosting reigning Class B champion Lake Region, the Flyers were done in early by the sharpshooting of Lakers junior CeCe Hancock and strong all around play from senior Sarah Hancock, as well as poor ballhandling. Lake Region scored the game's first five points and raced to a 17-2 advantage. Waynflete tried to answer in the second quarter, as it held the Lakers to just three points, but 19 first half turnovers spelled a 20-10 deficit...

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