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    January 20, 2010

    Taking a cool winter’s hike

    After graduating college and moving to Rockland I have become much less of a social creature. I’ve gone from an active community of students my age in a ‘work-hard, play-hard’ atmosphere to the real world where I practice a ‘work-hard-then-sleep-so-I-can-be-ready-for-my-job-tomorrow’ lifestyle. I am a social creature and love to spend time around people. So, this transition has been somewhat difficult for …

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    January 17, 2010

    Baxter helps Camden Hills be crowned kings, queens of hill

    Led by Andrew Baxter’s first-place performance, the Camden Hills Alpine ski squads whipped past their competition Jan. 12 to take firsts in both girls and boys slalom events at Hermon Mountain. “All in all, the kids skied very well,” said veteran Camden Hills coach Chris Christie. “We have had a couple of great weeks of training. The next couple of races will give us a good measure on where we stand against the …

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    January 15, 2010

    Eagles, Hawks duke it out in Penobscot Bay faceoff

    As they boarded the boat to head to Islesboro Wednesday night, the North Haven girls and boys basketball teams were, despite the icy chill, in good spirits and ready to play ball. Host Islesboro was already waiting and warming up on the school court. By the end of the night the two island neighbors experienced mixed results, including wins for the North Haven girls and Islesboro boys. In the latest Maine …

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    January 8, 2010

    Windjammers conquer Black Raiders in Thursday twinbill

    The Winslow girls and boys high school basketball squads came to Camden Hills Thursday night expecting sturdy fights from the host Windjammers and, when all was said and done, they got two for sure. Perhaps more than they bargained for. The Windjammers put on a standout doubleheader show as the unbeaten Camden Hills boys notched another easy victory and the Camden Hills girls collected a bundle of Heal Points …

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    December 31, 2009

    In overtime thriller, Mustangs buck Panthers off undefeated track

    To say the least, Wednesday night’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B high school girls basketball game in Thorndike was intense. Coming in undefeated, Medomak Valley had the desire to keep that winning roll steaming ahead. However, for every force there is an opposing, and equal, force and it turned out young Mount View had as much desire to spoil the Panthers’ winning ways. And that is just what …

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