The latest Maine high school and college game scores Here’s how to report your games and matches to the BDN this winter Delaware dominates UMaine in CAA football opener It was UMaine’s most lopsided loss since a 45-3 setback at Football Bowl Subdivision Toledo on Sept. 10, 2016. by Larry Mahoney 16 hours agoMarch 6, 2021 UMaine women focused on post defense for Sunday’s league semifinal against Albany by Larry Mahoney March 6, 2021March 5, 2021 UMaine All-American excited to return to lineup after 18-month absence by Larry Mahoney March 6, 2021March 6, 2021 High school roundup: Caribou boys hold off Presque Isle in County semifinals by Pete Warner March 6, 2021March 6, 2021 UMaine men’s hockey team rallies for shootout win over No. 6 Massachusetts by Larry Mahoney Finalists revealed for Miss Maine Basketball, Mr. Maine Basketball by Pete Warner Virtual conference cheering championships in the judges’ hands by Ernie Clark Relaxed COVID-19 restrictions puts fans one step closer to attending UMaine games again by Larry Mahoney HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS New gathering limits should facilitate more high school sports opportunities by Ernie Clark March 5, 2021March 5, 2021 High school roundup: Caribou, Presque Isle boys advance in County playoffs Bangor boys roll past Hampden in pod semifinal High school hockey quarterfinal matchups set Saturday in Brewer COLLEGE SPORTS Providence edges UMaine women’s hockey team in overtime for semifinal victory by Larry Mahoney March 4, 2021March 4, 2021 4 of 5 UMaine women’s basketball seniors expected to depart after this season Bangor, Portland TV stations to broadcast UMaine home football games College athletic trainers on the front lines fighting injuries and COVID-19 NEW ENGLAND SPORTS Bruins’ Jeremy Lauzon out at least a month with broken hand by The Associated Press February 25, 2021February 25, 2021 Red Sox to send Royals $2.8M in Andrew Benintendi trade Former Red Sox star Johnny Damon arrested for driving while drunk Hirokazu Sawamura eager to follow Koji Uehara’s footsteps to Red Sox With clock ticking, Maine boxer takes 2 fights in 6 weeks Brandon Berry is beginning to visualize the twilight of his boxing career. Boston Marathon’s plan to hand out 70K medals roils runners Runners who’ve spent years training to qualify complained that it will cheapen the iconic Boston experience. Analysis: UMaine football team should contend for FCS spring playoff berth It will be important for the Black Bears to establish their running game behind a veteran offensive line. There’s no gold ball, but Maranacook boys remain focused on championship The Black Bears were expected to be among the favorites to win the gold ball this winter, spurred by a pep talk immediately after last year’s state final from senior captain Skyler Boucher. High school roundup: Calais girls hold off Narraguagus Central, Penobscot Valley, Houlton and Southern Aroostook were among the other girls playoff winners. UMaine men’s hockey faces one Friday game before playoffs begin March 10 The Black Bears face the University of Massachusetts at 2:30 p.m. Friday. High school roundup: Mount Desert Island wins PVC virtual swimming championships Mount Desert Island wins PVC virtual swimming championships UMaine senior is one of nation’s top hockey goalies Ultimate Frisbee is not something you often see on a college athlete’s resume. Old Town boys outlast Hermon in overtime for playoff victory The fifth-seeded Coyotes play at top-seeded Ellsworth in a semifinal either Friday or Saturday. 2 more UMaine men’s basketball players plan to transfer Transfers have made a significant impact on the makeup of NCAA Division I men’s basketball rosters in recent seasons. Forging relationships with players key for Lee Academy coach with 400 career wins The 59-year-old Randy Harris has coached Lee teams in nearly 1,500 basketball, baseball and soccer games since accepting the boys basketball job in 1984. High school roundup: Lee Academy boys win playoff opener The Pandas will take on top seed Penobscot Valley of Howland in Wednesday’s PVC Penobscot Pod semifinals. Hodgdon sophomore plays full basketball season despite cracked vertebrae Some kids will do just about anything to play the sport they love, even if it means playing through pain. Hermon proposes building $2M track at high school and restoring athletic field While the school has winter and spring track-and-field programs, participants need to go to other schools to compete in track events. Connecticut scores late power-play goal to edge UMaine men’s hockey team It was the eighth consecutive game in which the Black Bears (3-10-1) have conceded the first goal. Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.