Stories about Rangeley

12:00am Sun Journal

Western Class D softball: Lakers, Bucks looking to move up

Buckfield and Rangeley should be in contention in Western D once again. Both the Bucks and Lakers lost in the semifinals last spring. Buckfield was the fourth seed after going 6-10. The Bucks expect to improve on that with eight seniors returning. The Bucks are led by Kelly Charity, McKayl...

12:00am Sun Journal

Rangeley softball preview

Coach: Ashley Quimby (fourth year) Last year’s record: 7-7, lost in Western D semifinal Returning letter-winners: Senior — Tori Letarte SS; Juniors — Taylor Esty P, Seve Deery-Deraps OF/3B, Valerie Roy-Lessard OF; ...

5:00pm

West D final: Coro, Forest Hills stun Rangeley

AUGUSTA — For a fleeting moment, Kori Coro heard nothing. The Forest Hills senior guard was alone with her thoughts, watching the biggest shot of her life homing in on the basket. "Everything went silent," Coro said. "I couldn't hear anything. I couldn't think. I was just hopi...

6:45pm Sun Journal

Girls' basketball: Conference rivals vie for regional titles

AUGUSTA — There won’t be a need for introductions Saturday when the two girls’ basketball regional finals take place at the Augusta Civic Center. Both games feature conference rivals who know each other well. In the Western D game at 1:05 p.m., the top-ranked and u...

4:00pm

H.S. girls' basketball: Rangeley responds in semifinal win

AUGUSTA — With Searsport making a fourth-quarter run, Rangeley watched its top scorer Taylor Esty tumble with an apparent knee injury. It was one of those moments that displays what a team is made of, and in an instant, the Western D semifinal was going to be determined by how the La...

12:00am

Class D West Girls' Quarterfinal: Lakers score 32 straight points, clobber Cavaliers

AUGUSTA — Fourteen other schools play Class D West girls' basketball, but Valley is the one least likely to inspire overconfidence in Rangeley. The Lakers and the Cavaliers see each other twice every winter. Usually three times, if you count the regional tournament. No potential oppo...

8:38pm

H.S. girls' basketball: Tourney picks

Each year the basketball tournament is filled with glorious moments that last a lifetime. There is also disappointment that lingers. Some teams end their season with a stinging defeat. Teams like Edward Little, Spruce Mountain and Rangeley all ended the season last year with losses ...

8:30pm

H.S. girls' basketball: Western D overview

Players to watch: Sr. G Kori Coro, Forest Hills, Sr. F Anna Carrier, Forest Hills, Sr. G Dana McNally, Forest Hills; Jr. F Taylor Esty, Rangeley (15 ppg, 7 rpg), Soph. C Blayke Morin, Rangeley (13 ppg, 9 rpg), Jr. G Seve Deery-DeRaps, Rangeley (12 ppg, 5 rpg), Sr. G Tori Letarte,...

9:50pm

H. S. girls' basktball: Saints secure top seed

The trip to Augusta typically has begun with a detour for the St. Dom's girls' basketball team. The Saints have traditionally had to win a playoff preliminary game to earn a place in the final eight teams at the Augusta Civic Center. That's not the case this year. For the first time...

10:40pm

High School Roundup: Rebels race away with second win

BETHEL — Tori Ryerson scored 12 of her game-high 23 points in the second quarter Wednesday night, staking Telstar to a substantial lead that held up in a 50-39 MVC girls' basketball victory. Ryerson hit three 3-pointers and hauled down 17 rebounds for Telstar (2-10). The Rebels held ...