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Jared Austin (right) of Brewer, pictured during a Jan. 6 game against Hampden Academy, scored 14 points on Saturday to lead the Witches to a 48-27 victory over arch-rival Bangor at Brewer High School.

Brewer boys clamp down on defense, beat rival Bangor

UMaine women rally in second half to upend Albany

Houlton coach Shawn Graham speaks to his team during a timeout in the second overtime period of Saturday's basketball game against Hermon. The Shires pulled out a 58-51 win to stay unbeaten.  
Joseph Cyr

Houlton girls need 2 OTs to beat Hermon, stay unbeaten

Boston University beats UMaine for 8th straight victory

The Terriers won their eighth straight game Saturday night after a 3-1 over the University of Maine.
Hermon's Keenan Marseille is focused on the rim as he goes in for a layup against Houlton during Saturday's game at Houlton. Hermon rolled to a 59-44 victory.  
Joseph Cyr

Second-half surge carries Hermon boys past Houlton


Nailbiting win over rival could provide big boost for Fort Kent girls

 Hampden Academy's Sophia Narofsky (center) drives up for two past Messalonskee's McKenna Brodeur during their basketball game in Hampden Friday.

Freshman leads undefeated Messalonskee girls past Hampden Academy

Gabrielle Wener scored a career-high 21 points, including five 3-pointers, and she also grabbed seven rebounds and made two steals

Boston University power-play goals in third period sink Black Bears


Who’s No. 1? Targeting the state’s top long-range shooters

Karlton Creech, pictured introducing Bob Walsh as the head basketball coach in 2014, has signed a four-year contract to remain the director of athletics for the University of Maine.

Athletics director signs 4-year contract to remain at UMaine

Karlton Creech is staying at the University of Maine for the foreseeable future.
Kayla Binette

WCSH/WLBZ weekend sports anchor takes job in South Carolina

“It was a tough decision,” said Kayla Binette, who has been at WCSH/WLBZ for two years. “But it’s time for me to branch out and go someplace different.”
Joe McCloskey (center) of the University of Maine at Fort Kent goes up for a shot during a Jan. 12 game against SUNY Delhi. The Howland native is the only Mainer on the roster for the Bengals, who feature numerous players from California and other countries on a ballclub seeking a USCAA Division I national championship.

UMFK men’s basketball team blending diverse backgrounds into championship ambitions

Max Staver

Former Florida Gators quarterback among three UMaine football transfers

The University of Maine football team has added three transfers for the 2017 season, including a quarterback who spent time at the University of Florida, the school announced Friday.


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