• HIGH SCHOOL TRACK & FIELD

    Camden Hills hosts six teams in track meet to start the season

    ROCKPORT – Six teams from around the state collected at Camden Hills Friday for a track and field meet that got turned into a track meet only.

    Don Palmer Field, where they normally hold the field events, was not up to the challenge of using shot puts, discus and javelin throwing on as it is still too wet and soggy from the long hard winter.

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  • Knox County Grand Jury indictments: Inmate attacks on prison guards, drug trafficking

    ROCKLAND — The Knox County Grand Jury handed down 21 indictments on April 15. Seven of the 21 indictments are charges concerning inmates at the Maine State Prison in Warren and assaults on prison employees. All of the indictments include 21 individuals from Maine. An indictment does not imply guilt.

    Tyler Dean Uehling, 26, Maine State Prison, assault on an officer, assault, criminal mischief. Uehling attacked a corrections officer in Oct. 2014 with a blade attached to a toothbrush.

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  • Plants Unlimited has all the colors of the rainbow

    If pansies are here, so is spring

    ROCKPORT — There’s just no denying spring is here when you see Plants Unlimited, 629 Commercial Street, setting up shop for the summer season and putting the pansies out. Emily Buck, general manager of Plants Unlimited, said the pansies are here and they are the first official plants of spring.

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  • Boothbay Harbor Police, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office

    Area fugitive apprehended in California

    Photo of Drew Bibber

    Drew Bibber, 23, convicted of Class B theft in connection with the August 2010 burglary of Enchantments in Boothbay Harbor, has been apprehended in Arcata, California, authorities said.

    After his conviction for theft, Bibber failed to appear for his sentencing in March 2012 and was believed to have fled the state.

    Since that time, local law enforcement has continued to search for Bibber.

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  • Two brothers continue young careers with more skiing success

    Lindelof brothers race to more ski medals

    SWANVILLE — Lake Lindelof, 11, and Jett Lindelof, 9, the sons of Jeff & Tracey Lindelof of Swanville, had another successful ski season, bringing home more ski racing medals this year.

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  • Varsity Tennis and Outdoor Track & Field

    UPDATED: Apr. 17 Sports Scoreboard

    Here is where we post the daily sports results that we receive for regular season contests. The following is for Friday, Apr. 17, 2015.

    If you are at a game and can send the final score to sports@penbaypilot.com, it would be appreciated.

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  • Multiple Roller Derby teams from four states to participate in tournament

    Rock Coast Rollers announce three day event

    ROCKPORT — The Rock Coast Rollers are excited to announce it will be hosting its first-ever Women’s Flat Track Derby Association sanctioned tournament, to be held Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 10 at Midcoast Recreation Center in Rockport. This is a first for any derby league in the state of Maine.

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  • Roller Derby

    Rock Coast Rollers 2-1 in New Hampshire season openers

    MANCHESTER, N.H. — The Rock Coast Rollers started off the 2015 roller derby regular season on the road Saturday, Apr. 11 and Sunday, Apr. 12 in Manchester, New Hampshire. 

    Over the weekend, the Rollers’ Breakwater Blackhearts claimed a 313-110 victory over the New Hampshire Roller Derby’s Cherry Bombs. Meanwhile, the organization’s Perfect Storm squad claimed a 112-110 win over the NHRD All-Stars before dropping a 209-207 match to Worcester Roller Derby on Sunday. 

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  • In Their Own Words...

    Bringing Back Baseball

    BELFAST — Three months ago, I ironically wrote about the coming of spring and baseball, only to have over 70 inches of snow hit the Midcoast in the following weeks. Today, I am writing on only the second day in which the Belfast Area High School baseball team has been outside for practice.

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  • Varsity Tennis, Boys Lacrosse and outdoor Track & Field

    UPDATED: Apr. 16 Sports Scoreboard

    Here is where we post the daily sports results that we receive for regular season contests. The following is for Thursday, Apr. 16, 2015.

    If you are at a game and can send the final score to sports@penbaypilot.com, it would be appreciated.

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  • Trout Unlimited: A cold water conservation organization

    Let’s talk about fishing: Tactics for trout

    I slowly approached the narrow stream, with the sun at my back. A large pod of trout was gathered in the only pool in the stream that seemed to hold fish. I watched for any movement that might indicate if and how the fish were feeding: nothing. My friend approached from the other side of the stream, and I asked him if he could see the trout. Even with sunglasses on he couldn't. However, the fish could see him, and they scattered.

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  • HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

    Camden Hills tennis teams sweep regular season opener over Belfast

    ROCKPORT – The Camden Hills tennis teams took on the Lions of Belfast Thursday to open the 2015 regular season.

    The Windjammer boys hosted the Lions at home while the Jammer’ girls made the trip up Route One to Belfast City Park, where the Camden Hills squad brought home a 4-1 win to start the season.

    Boys Tennis

    Camden Hills 5, Belfast 0

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