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    November 11, 2019

    Flyers soar: Waynflete too tough for Mount View in state Class C final

    While the Mount View boys soccer team faced and passed most tests during the regular season and regional playoffs, the Mustangs understood the final exam — namely, the state Class C championship game — would be their greatest challenge. Despite doing its best to prepare, Mount View could not crack the code — or come up with the correct answers — against an incredibly talented and experienced opponent in cold, …

  • Published
    November 6, 2019

    Champions: Mustangs saddle up for first regional crown since 1980

    Not even torrential rain could keep the Mustang boys soccer team from doing something the Mustangs have dreamed about for nearly 40 years — namely, kick its way to a coveted regional championship. Not since 1980 has a Mount View boys pitch squad won a regional crown, but on Tuesday, Nov. 5 on the rain-soaked artificial turf at Hampden Academy, the Thorndike-based group was back atop a region. That is because the …

  • Published
    January 29, 2018

    In Mariner-Lion battle, Oceanside avenges earlier losses to secure coveted crown

    Playing its second game in as many days, one could state the previously-unbeaten and top-ranked Troy Howard Middle School boys seventh-grade basketball team ran out of gas in its Busline League championship tilt on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 27 at Camden-Rockport Middle School. Or, depending on one’s perspective, one could say No. 2 Oceanside had payback on its mind as it looked to knock off the only team to defeat …

  • Published
    April 11, 2017

    On, off wrestling mat, coach Heroux had larger-than-life impact

    The man who went by many names — Bobby, Frenchie, Ted, Dad, Hero, Coach and Papa — was larger than life and was, to many, appropriately perhaps, a true Lion in nature and Lion at heart. And now the beloved and respected former Belfast Area High School wrestling coach is gone. Theodore “Ted” Robert Heroux died on Saturday, April 8 at Waldo County General Hospital after a long history of heart disease. He was …

  • Published
    November 6, 2016

    Camden Hills nets first state championship with 1-0 OT win over Gorham

    The Camden Hills girls soccer team compiled an astonishing 106 previous goals this season, but it was the 107th, as it turns out, that proved the most significant because it lifted the Windjammers to their first state championship. The Windjammers, the North regional champions, outlasted previously-unbeaten Gorham, the South regional titlist, 1-0 in overtime to claim the state Class A high school pitch crown on …

  • Published
    February 28, 2016

    Falmouth dominates Oceanside to net eighth state championship

    For the third time since in about seven years, Falmouth spoiled a high school boys basketball team’s quest to bring a coveted gold ball back to the Midcoast. South titlist Falmouth (18-4) defeated North champion Oceanside of Rockland/Thomaston (16-6) 59-28 in the state Class A championship game on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 27 at the Cross Insurance Arena. Click for photos from this game. Falmouth dominated for 32 …

  • Published
    February 17, 2016

    Hats off to Vikings: No. 8 Searsport stuns No. 1 Richmond at ACC

    After the No. 8 Searsport girls basketball team earned a Class C South prelim playoff victory over No. 9 Old Orchard Beach to set up a third court battle with No. 1 Richmond, veteran Viking coach Mel Grant said: “I love the matchup [with Richmond]. We have seen them twice and if they can beat us a third time [this season], hats off to them.” Well, as it turns out, it was hats off to the Vikings, who got the …

  • Published
    February 20, 2015

    Searsport pushes unbeaten Rangeley to brink in semifinal loss

    Fans of the Searsport and Rangeley high school girls basketball teams might have been forced to wait an extra day to see their favorite squads battle in a Western Class D semifinal playoff game, but the Vikings and Lakers certainly put on an impressive, exciting 32-minute show that was, but most most measures, worth the 24-hour delay. No. 6 Searsport (13-8) pushed No. 2 Rangeley (19-0) to the brink and nearly …

  • Published
    January 20, 2015

    Mount View cheering again fifth at KVAC Class B competition

    The Mount View cheering squad finished fifth in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B championship competition on Monday, Jan. 19, Martin Luther King Day, at the Augusta Civic Center, as the Mustangs also realized one of their team goals. Medomak Valley of Waldoboro finished first with 131.5, as the Panthers dominated. Leavitt of Turner ended as the runner-up at 117.5. The other scores were: Gardiner …

  • Published
    January 15, 2015

    Second time around, Medomak still too tough for Belfast

    The home-standing Medomak Valley boys opened the 2014-15 high school basketball season with a dominating 87-27 victory over visiting Belfast on Dec. 5. That game, played in Waldoboro, quickly determined two things: the Panthers appeared mighty talented, while the young Lions, obviously, had a lot of work to do. Well, fast-forward a little more than a month later, to Wednesday night, Jan. 14, and the Lincoln and …

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