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RED EDDIES’ DAY — EL shuts down Windham to win AA North boys’ title

Edward Little celebrates their win of the Class AA North boys' basketball finals in Portland at the Cross Insurance Arena on Friday. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal) PORTLAND — Edward Little's boys' basketball team didn't want to be...

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Junior hockey

Junior hockey: L/A Nordiques tame Maine Wild, 5-1

LEWISTON — After an even first period the Lewiston/Auburn Nordiques dominated the second to beat the in-state rival Maine Wild, 5-1, in NA3HL hockey...

College Sports

Bobcats

College basketball roundup: UMF, CMCC women earn wins

FARMINGTON — McKenna Brodeur sank a game-high 21 points as the University of Maine at Farmington dispatched Green Mountain 69-56 in women's basketball action...

Amherst sweeps Bates; CMCC women topple NHTI

LEWISTON — Sophomore Kody Greenhalgh scored a team- and season-high 17 points off the bench as Bates fell to Amherst 80-61 in men’s basketball...

Black Bears

College roundup: UMaine men's hockey defeats RPI again

TROY, N.Y. — Five different players scored and Rob McGovern stopped 36 shots as the University of Maine men’s hockey team beat Rensselaer Polytechnic...

College roundup: Black Bears edge Engineers, 3-2

TROY, N.Y. — Nolan Vesey had a pair of goals in first three plus minutes of the game to pace the Black Bears past...

Mustangs

Women's basketball: CMCC wins YSCC title, tops Maine-Augusta 74-58

CONCORD, N.H. — The Central Maine Community College women's basketball team started strong and finished strong, in conference play and in the Yankee Small...

College roundup: CMCC women beat SMCC, finish with unbeaten conference record

AUBURN — The Central Maine Community College women’s basketball team finished off a second consecutive undefeated Yankee Conference season with an 87-53 win over...

Beavers

Men's basketball: UMaine-Farmington earns crucial win over New England College

FARMINGTON — There were turnovers galore and bodies being knocked around like tackling dummies, but in all that mayhem, the University of Maine at...

Bates women rally past Roanoke

BABSON PARK, Mass. — After trailing by eight points at halftime, Bates rallied for 26 points in the third quarter and rolled to a...

Looking back

Over the next several weeks, the SJ Sports team will start looking back at some significant projects, stories and people that have shaped our communities. We wanted to start with one of our favorites, a look by the late Kevin C. Mills at the rise of the Lewiston High School soccer program, first published in 2014, but still very much relevant today.

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