AP Source: NFL to play Black anthem before national anthem “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing” is traditionally known as the Black anthem. by The Associated Press 9 hours ago9 hours ago Kevin Drost wins Modified Enduros feature in Speedway 95 opener by Pete Warner July 2, 2020July 2, 2020 Successful eastern Maine basketball coach takes over UMaine-Augusta men’s program by Pete Warner July 2, 2020July 2, 2020 Joanne McCallie won’t return as Duke’s women’s basketball coach by Pete Warner July 2, 2020July 2, 2020 Bill Belichick is the sports villain we need right now by Tribune Content Agency Hermon man fires a hole-in-one among local golf highlights by BDN Sports With Patriots, Newton has to beat the style of quarterback he helped create by Tribune Content Agency Maine Maritime’s Granholm claims prestigious conference honor by Pete Warner MAINE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Old Town softball coach steps down to take a new teaching job by Pete Warner June 29, 2020June 29, 2020 Presque Isle teen offering summer basketball training sessions for youngsters Maine high school summer sports guidelines set through Aug. 2 Tireless Old Town track and field coach earns national honor MAINE COLLEGE SPORTS Husson women’s soccer coach steps down after 5 seasons by Pete Warner July 1, 2020July 1, 2020 Maine Maritime athlete named league woman of the year Bates College to allow sports activities, but fall season remains in limbo A Maine coach inspired her basketball team to learn about racism NEW ENGLAND SPORTS Newton’s signing makes total sense and yet no sense for the Patriots by Sports Chowdah June 30, 2020June 30, 2020 Judges question warrants in Kraft massage parlor sex case Why Jonathan Lucroy’s exclusion from the Red Sox roster pool doesn’t matter Pats fined $1.1M, lose pick for filming game last season No Sea Dogs games in 2020 as minor league season is canceled Portland Sea Dogs fans can officially scratch attending a 2020 game at Hadlock Field off their list of summer outings. Loss of summer sports camps leaves a void for athletes, coaches and colleges This summer, the COVID-19 pandemic has wiped out most summer camps. Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s prostitution case heads to appellate court Robert Kraft faces a possible one-year jail sentence if convicted, but would likely receive a fine, community service and other sanctions. Source: Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Brady The New England Patriots have reached an agreement with free-agent quarterback Cam Newton. Dustin Poirier wins decision over Dan Hooker in UFC thriller The main event was a barn-burner from the opening round, with both lightweights trading wicked strikes and displaying minimal regard for defense. Kevin Harvick wins NASCAR race for first time in 38 tries at Pocono Harvick snapped an 0-for-38 drought at Pocono, taking the checkered flag Saturday at one of two tracks where victory had eluded him. Two Maine stock car tracks opening, but fans not allowed Two Maine stock car racing tracks will take advantage of the relaxed restrictions by Gov. Janet Mills and start their seasons. UMaine men’s hockey captain signs minor-league contract His 42 points last season tied him for seventh nationally and his 32 assists tied for third most among the nation’s 60 Division I programs. Paraplegic rower found dead during California-Hawaii voyage Angela Madsen, 60, was found was about 1,145 miles east of Hilo, Hawaii. Former UMaine star eager to return as Padres analyst but embarrassed by baseball strife This will be the ninth season with the National League club for the former University of Maine All-American center fielder. Old Town golfer posts second career hole-in-one A list of local golf scores. Vince Carter retires after record 22 NBA seasons The announcement was largely a formality because the 43-year-old Carter had said many times over the course of this season that this would be his last in the NBA. Iginla headlines 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame class as 4th Black player elected The longtime Calgary Flames captain headlined the hall’s six-person 2020 class Wednesday, making it in his first year of eligibility. 5 golfers withdrawing from PGA event over coronavirus concerns Brooks Koepka and Webb Simpson were among five players who withdrew from the Travelers Championship UConn eliminates 4 sports in budget cuts related to COVID-19 The University of Connecticut decided to eliminate four athletic teams as it deals with an expected budget deficit driven by issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.