Sports

  • Midcoast Athletics

    WALDOBORO — The Medomak Valley interact club will be holding a toy drive benefiting the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at the boys and girls varsity basketball games against Camden Hills on Friday, Dec. 14. 

  • Public invited

    ROCKPORT — On Saturday, December 15, at 1 p.m., Midcoast Recreation Center will present the annual Holiday Skating Exhibition ‘Celebration on Ice’ and inviters the public to join local figure skaters and Learn to Skate program as they skates to classic holiday music.

  • Midcoast Athletics

    ROCKPORT — The Midcoast Recreation Center has moved one step closer to their goal of providing community members of all ages with a class tailored to their needs and abilities. The MRC, in a press release, has announced they now proudly offer new classes for three- and four-year-olds. 

  • Lions get new head coach in nearly four decades

    BELFAST — After nearly four decades with George Ross at the helm of Belfast Lions baseball program, a new coach will be leading the team in 2019.

  • ‘The transition in the beginning was quite drastic’

    MARBURG and COTTBUS, Germany — Believe it or not, the sport of football is present, even popular, in Germany. 

    Even more surprising is that two people involved with the gridiron sport in Germany are from Knox County. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    WATERVILLE — The indoor track and field regular season opened for several local teams on Saturday, Dec. 8 at the Colby College Field House in Waterville. 

    Local schools competing in the meet included Belfast, Medomak Valley, Oceanside and Camden Hills. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    The Camden Hills varsity ice hockey team hit the road for its first two regular season contests and split the road campaign with a 1-1 record. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    FARMINGTON — The Camden Hills wrestling team hit the road on Saturday, Dec. 8 to Mount Blue High School in Farmington to compete in a regular season opening meet. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    The Busline League continued regular season play for middle school basketball on Friday, Dec. 7 across the Midcoast and several local schools were in action. 

    Below are the reported scores and statistics from those games. 

  • The Land for Maine's Future (LMF) Board is seeking proposals for Working Waterfront Access Protection Program (WWAPP) projects. The Board will make awards up to approximately $2 million from Land for Maine's Future (LMF) bond funds.

  • Midcoast Athletics

    The Busline League continued regular season play for middle school basketball on Wednesday, Dec. 5 across the Midcoast and several local schools were in action. 

    Below are the reported scores and statistics from those games. 

  • Snowmaking begins at Ragged Mountain

    CAMDEN — The snow making equipment was turned on at 4:30 p.m., Dec. 4, at the Camden Snow Bowl, where a crew kept the guns running through the night, until the 8 a.m., Dec. 5, when they lost a phase of power.

  • updated with photos

    BANGOR — Four local high school soccer players were recognized by the Maine Soccer Coaches Association at the organization’s 45th all-star banquet on Saturday, Dec. 1 at Bangor’s Spectacular Event Center. 

  • Atlantic salmon found in only a few rivers in Maine, including Ducktrap

    For 10 days in October, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries biologist Tim Sheehan spent six to eight hours each day with a local fisherman trolling slowly in Igaliko Fjord in southwest Greenland, hoping to capture pre-adult Atlantic salmon.

  • A local chapter to a national grassroots organization

    ROCKLAND — A small group of “Broads and Bros” over the age of 50 gathered at Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center November 14 for a specific purpose: To advocate for Maine’s wilderness and public lands, while having fun doing it.