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Sun Journal

Lobster Bowl: East airs it out for win over West

BIDDEFORD — The East opened the first half of the 25th Annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic with a surgical 85-yard scoring drive. The West opened the second half with a plodding 86-yard touchdown march. That pretty much summed it up Saturday night. The West had to work for its o...

Sun Journal

Lobster Bowl: Goff will be a Rambler on the field, a Mustang at heart

Brandon Goff from the Winthrop/Monmouth football team is the first Monmouth Academy player in the Lobster Bowl.

25th Annual Lobster Bowl: East line ready to get defensive

HEBRON — Defensive players and coaches know the deal going into the annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic. They will have to play with one arm tied behind their backs. And regardless of how well they play, the spotlight will always be on the other side of the ball. Offense ...

Sun Journal

Lobster Bowl: Old rivals gel quickly on West O-line

The Lobster Bowl West's offensive line features locals Bayley Beaulieu from Oak Hill, Tristan Castonguay from Spruce Mountain, Matt Powell and Levi Morin, both from Leavitt Area High School.

Sun Journal

Main named Mt. Blue hoops coach; Pepin resigns as baseball coach

The man charged with turning around a Mt. Blue varsity boys' basketball program that has been in turmoil since Jim Bessey retired in 2012 knows it will take some time to make the Cougars championship caliber. But as a former member of the Chicago Cubs organization, Kevin Main knows that wh...

Bangor Daily News

System continues to demonstrate its resiliency

If anyone had the right to be a bit dumbfounded by the Heal point system that seeds teams for postseason play in nine different Maine high school sports, it might be Gordon Faulkingham. The Jonesport-Beals boys basketball coach led his team to a No. 1 seeding in Eastern Maine Class D durin...

Bangor Daily News

Class D baseball: Bangor Christian prevails

BANGOR — Cody Collins waited three seasons to pitch in a state championship game. Despite working only three innings in 2014 because of an elbow injury, the senior finally received that opportunity on Saturday afternoon. Collins pitched two scoreless innings, then delivered th...

Sun Journal

H.S. lacrosse: Cape Elizabeth boys, Massabesic girls capture titles

PORTLAND — Yarmouth stayed close early, but Cape Elizabeth had just enough firepower and a stifling defense to make sure that "close" was all that Yarmouth achieved. Griffin Thoreck netted a pair of goals and the Cape Elizabeth defense held Yarmouth scoreless for a span of 34:16 thro...

Bangor Daily News

Class B softball: Hawks land on Warriors

BREWER — Sophomore left-hander Karli Theberge and the Hermon High School Hawks got stingier as the playoffs progressed and they saved their best for last. Theberge, backed by several defensive gems, tossed a six-hit shutout and senior catcher Shania Haskell had three singles as the H...

Sun Journal

Class C baseball: Raiders pick off Hawks

STANDISH — Undefeated Sacopee Valley made comebacks its trademark during the Western Class C baseball tournament, taking on the look of a team of destiny bound for an undefeated season and a state championship.  The Hawks ran into a roadblock at Saturday's Class C state champion...