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    January 31, 2010

    Camden Hills back on top in KVAC mat championships

    It was a good day all-around for many Midcoast high school wrestlers Saturday at Cony High School as Camden Hills secured another league team championship, Medomak Valley senior Steven Genthner, who recently surpassed 100 career wins, was the meet's most outstanding Class B grappler and five student-athletes came home with individual titles. Camden Hills, Mount View of Thorndike, Medomak Valley and two-time ...

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    January 30, 2010

    Tigers, Lions split fast-paced, competitive affairs

    If competitive, tight, exciting high school basketball action is what fans came to see Friday night at Belfast Area High School, not many of them went home disappointed. That is because the Rockland and host Belfast varsity hoop squads played a late-season doubleheader that included both a competitive girls game and a boys contest that was not decided until the final few seconds. In the boys game, Rockland ...

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    January 29, 2010

    Searsport falls to Bangor Christian after competitive struggle

    In its final home game of the 2009-10 season, the Searsport District High School girls basketball squad faced off against Bangor Christian Thursday night. While the Vikings ultimately lost, before the contest, a ceremony was held to recognize the SDHS seniors for their efforts in leading the program to its most successful season in years. This year's Vikings (3-13) halted a 57-game losing streak — the team had ...

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    January 28, 2010

    Midcoast Warriors Basketball Club tryouts Feb. 9

    The Midcoast Warriors Basketball Club will hold tryouts for open spots on their 13-and-under girls basketball team for seventh and eighth graders, as well as to gauge the interest for the formation of a 12U squad for sixth and seventh graders. Tryouts for both teams will be Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Rockland District Middle School gymnasium. Both teams will play from the middle of February ...

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    January 28, 2010

    Mount View boys continue winning ways

    Both Mount View High School basketball teams were in action Tuesday night against the Nokomis of Newport, contests that featured four teams going in separate directions in the Eastern Class B playoff race. The Mount View boys (12-3, 84.2593 Heal Points), currently fourth in the 19-team region, are in the midst of a three-game winning streak and have won seven of their last eight games. The Mustangs have sprung ...

  • Published
    January 28, 2010

    Fun, fast celebration planned for 20th year

    In early February, competitors on wooden toboggans will be dropped onto an icy, 400-foot chute on Ragged Mountain and reach speeds of more than 40 mph before being spilled onto frozen Hosmer Pond. In the coming weeks — for the 20th straight winter — that will be the scenario for one weekend at the Camden Snow Bowl. Hundreds of teams — many dressed in elaborate, unique and often hilarious costumes — will create ...

  • Published
    January 28, 2010

    Griffin’s first-place effort paces Mustang athletes

    Although small in numbers, the Mount View indoor track team came away from Saturday's talent-laden Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference meet at Colby College with mixed results. Mustang Curtis Griffin placed first in the boys 55-meter hurdles junior division and Mount View also had several other top-10 competitors, as well as seeing many others place in the mid-ranges of the events. The individual Mustang ...

  • Published
    January 27, 2010

    Snowman TrYathlon changes to Penobscot Bay YMCA’s rally for Haiti

    What was originally set to be the Penobscot Bay YMCA's first indoor-outdoor triathlon to help people get moving in the cold Maine winter months has now become a reach out event in an effort to raise money for Haiti. The Snowman TrYathlon, the original event, was set to take off on Saturday, Feb. 6 at the YMCA's Union Street location in Rockport. The event was to consist of an indoor swim, 30-minute stationary ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Windjammers leave Lions in their wake

    Both Camden Hills basketball teams fared well against Belfast Tuesday night, with the surging Windjammer girls winning on the road and the Windjammer boys victorious at home. The Windjammer girls beat host Belfast 54-36 for their eighth straight win, while the Windjammer boys, who saw their 36-game winning streak snapped by Mount View of Thorndike Jan. 22, started a new streak with a 95-31 victory over the ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Lions pin down three final regular-season wins

    Continuing to flex their muscles on the mat, the Belfast Area High School wrestling team pinned down three final regular-season wins Jan. 23. Belfast won three of four team matches for the day, losing only to Brewer by three points. Belfast beat host Mount Desert Island 69-12, downed Old Town 66-12, bested Woodland 75-0 and lost to Brewer 39-36. The Lions, who will compete in the Kennebec Valley Athletic ...


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