BANGOR — A good recipe for championship success in soccer is typically a stingy defense coupled with an efficient offense, and the Bangor girls used both of those to claim their first Eastern Maine Class A championship since 2005. Now, the Rams will be looking to… Read More
    BANGOR — A sluggish preseason left members of the Bangor High School boys soccer team uncertain as to whether they would remain among the top Class A programs in the state this fall. Several losses in exhibition matches fostered a touch of angst about living up… Read More
    BANGOR — Time and space are two precious commodities to a goal scorer. Bangor’s Luke Hetterman suddenly found himself not only armed with those two advantages, but with the ball on his right foot heading inside the 18-yard line during the second overtime of Wednesday night’s… Read More
    BANGOR — In the face of elimination, confidence can be a powerful weapon. With the clock ticking down in Saturday’s Class A semifinal match against Waterville, the Bangor girls soccer team was once again staring down a semifinal playoff exit in the face of one of… Read More
    FAIRFIELD — Thwarted by a goal-line stand that denied them a touchdown just before intermission, the Lawrence Bulldogs countered with suffocating defense of their own in the second half Saturday night to surge past Bangor 21-14 in a battle of Class A football unbeatens before a crowd estimated… Read More
    BANGOR — The Mt. Blue Cougars came to town Saturday armed with the most prolific passing offense in the Pine Tree Conference Class A football ranks. But Bangor High School defensive end John Kelley and his teammates forced the “Cougar Gun” to fire a series of… Read More
    Lonnie Hackett of Bangor has been named one of 31 finalists nationwide for the 2010 National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame National Scholar-Athlete Awards. The NFF will honor one finalist from each of five regions as the best and brightest for their accomplishments as… Read More
    When his two-year starting goalkeeper decided to attend a prep school in New Jersey for her senior year, Orono girls soccer coach Cid Dyjak needed somebody to step in and and fill a tough job. Jade Keezer, a three-year veteran on the back line, volunteered to… Read More
    BANGOR – The Bangor High School boys soccer team knew its 59-game regular season unbeaten streak would be challenged by archrival Hampden Academy on Saturday afternoon. But Bangor senior striker Phil Frost scored a pair of first-half goals, including a highlight-reel game-winner, and fellow senior striker… Read More
    BANGOR – The Bangor High School boys soccer team knew its 59-game regular season unbeaten streak would be challenged by archrival Hampden Academy on Saturday afternoon. But Bangor senior striker Phil Frost scored a pair of first-half goals, including a highlight-reel game-winner, and fellow senior striker… Read More
    BANGOR – If you look at the score, 34-6, you would assume that the Bangor High School Rams cruised past Messalonskee High School of Oakland Friday night. But scores can be misleading. The game was actually scoreless until there was just eight-tenths of the… Read More
    HAMPDEN — Even though the Hampden Academy girls soccer team entered Friday night’s rivalry game with Bangor boasting a solid 5-1 record, the Broncos were considered underdogs by some. But coach Jeff Ingalls’ club proved once again that games aren’t played on paper, as goalkeeper Julia… Read More
    AUGUSTA — The Bangor High School football team responded to its first taste of scoreboard adversity this season with offensive balance and defensive intensity Saturday afternoon. And the combination enabled the unbeaten Rams to score 21 unanswered points after intermission to surge past Cony of Augusta… Read More
    AUGUSTA  – Bangor High School’s Friday night football game against Cony in Augusta at 7 p.m. has been postponed to Saturday at 1 p.m. due to wet field conditions, according to Cony Athletic Director Paul Vachon. Unbeaten Bangor is seeking its third straight victory while Cony… Read More
    BANGOR —- The mission of the Bangor girls soccer team was a simple one Tuesday afternoon: Stop Jordan Pellerin, and let the offense take care of itself. While Rams’ defenders Erin Boulier and Denae Johnson hounded the Waterville striker wherever she went, Ashley Robinson continued her… Read More
    WATERVILLE — The Bangor High School boys soccer team remained unbeaten Tuesday as Luke Hetterman scored with 1:39 left in the first overtime to give the Rams a 3-2 victory over Waterville at Ron Webber Field. But the 4-0 start has a bittersweet quality to it… Read More