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    January 16, 2019

    Junior hockey: Nordiques avoid upset, defeat Wild in overtime

    BIDDEFORD — The L/A Nordiques received a scare Wednesday afternoon, needing overtime to defeat the Maine Wild 5-4. Former Lewiston High School standout Joe Bisson scored the game-winner 3:05 into the extra frame. It’s only the third time the Nordiques (34-3, 68 points) played beyond regulation. They defeated the New England Stars 3-2 in overtime […]

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    January 12, 2019

    Boys’ hockey: Big second period lifts Edward Little to rout of Cony/Hall-Dale/Monmouth

    Logan Alexander, Ben Cassidy notch hat tricks for Red Eddies.

  • Published
    January 5, 2019

    Junior hockey: Nordiques sweep Long Beach; Thunder open showcase with a win over Steele County

    LONG BEACH, N.Y. — With only 14 players available, the L/A Nordiques came away with a 6-2 victory over the Long Beach Sharks on Saturday afternoon. Joe Bisson was sick, Sam Frechette had to stay home for school and Kyle Secor was suspended due to a game misconduct in Friday’s game. Jared Katz, meanwhile, was […]

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    December 18, 2018

    Junior hockey: Matthew Monreal lifts the Jr. Blues past Nordiques

    BLAINE, Minnesota — For the first time all season, the L/A Nordiques are on a losing streak, having lost their second straight game at the NA3HL Showcase to the St. Louis Jr. Blues 6-0. Despite the final score, Robichaud was pleased with his team’s effort. “If we played liked today in our (Coastal) Division, we […]

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    December 16, 2018

    2018 Sun Journal All-Region Field Hockey Player of the Year: Moriah Hajduk an all-around star for Winthrop

    Winthrop’s Moriah Hajduk drives the ball down the field while being followed by Dirigo’s Alexa Varnum at Winthrop High School during the 2017 season. (Sun Journal photo by Andree Kehn) This season checked all the boxes for Moriah Hajduk. Most importantly, the senior forward/midfield helped lead Winthrop to its first field hockey state championship since […]

  • Published
    December 16, 2018

    2018 Sun Journal All-Region Field Hockey Team

    First Team Forward: Ellie Pelletier, Mt. Blue, Senior Forward: Emily Castonguay, Spruce Mountain, Junior Forward: Avery Sevigny Mountain Valley, Junior Forward: Ryley Sevigny, Mountain Valley, Sophomore Midfield: Moriah Hajduk, Winthrop, Senior Midfield: Molly Harmon, Mt. Blue, Junior Midfield: Julianne Doiron, Spruce Mountain, Senior Defense: Hanna Caprara, Winthrop, Senior Defense: Alexa Varnum, Dirigo, Senior Defense: Avery […]

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    December 16, 2018

    2018 Sun Journal All-Region Golfer of the Year: Ruby Haylock continued success at high school level

    Ruby Haylock of Leavitt is the 2018 Sun Journal All-Region Golfer of the Year. (Sun Journal photo by Andree Kehn) Ruby Haylock transitioned to the high school golf season well with a nine-hole scoring average of 39.8, leading Leavitt in its return to the high school golf scene after a multiple-year absence. The freshman’s performance […]

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    December 16, 2018

    2018 Sun Journal All-Region Golf Team

    First Team Ruby Haylock, Leavitt, Freshman Morghan Dutil, Leavitt, Freshman Trevor Flanagan, Monmouth, Senior Colin Merritt, Edward Little, Sophomore Parker Thibeault, Lewiston, Sophomore Second Team Will Cassidy, Edward Little, Sophomore Neil LaRochelle, Lisbon, Sophomore Haley Turcotte, Spruce Mountain, Senior Sam Skibitsky, Dirigo, Sophomore Cam Hackey, Winthrop, Junior Honorable Mention Chris Frey, Edward, Little Junior Chandler […]

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    December 15, 2018

    Boys’ hockey: Bangor shuts down St. Dom’s

    Leandro Naous of Saint Dominic Academy shoots on Bangor High School goalie Jacob Henry while being pushed by Anthony Caccese during the first period in Auburn on Saturday. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal) AUBURN — The Bangor boys’ hockey team wants to make a habit of winning in the Twin Cities. The Rams are off to a […]

  • Published
    December 14, 2018

    Junior hockey: Bandits capitalize on Thunder’s third-period mistakes

    AUBURN — The Twin City Thunder and the Boston Bandits battled for 40 minutes before the Bandits broke the game open with four goals in the third period for a 5-1 victory Friday at Norway Savings Bank Arena. “We had a great first two periods, and in the third period we had some undisciplined penalties. […]

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