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    January 13, 2010

    Windjammers clip Eagles’ wings in sweep of Lincoln Academy

    The wins keep piling up for the Camden Hills boys and girls basketball teams, which will be important as the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B continue to be tabulated and postseason positions are earned. On Tuesday night, the Windjammers boys (12-0) defeated host Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 58-39 and the Windjammer girls (9-3) bested visiting Lincoln Academy 44-25. In ...

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    January 13, 2010

    Georges Valley secures first home win of season

    For the first 10 games of the 2009-10 season, home games have not been a pleasant experience for the Georges Valley girls basketball squad. The Buccaneers were 0-5 heading into their home game with Wiscasset Tuesday night, and were hoping not only for their first win of the season in Thomaston, but to continue to play strong as the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel, signifying the end of the regular ...

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    January 13, 2010

    Sailfish, Bluefish make waves in swim meet

    Young swimmers of all ages made waves Saturday as the Penobscot Bay YMCA Sailfish hosted the Waldo County YMCA Bluefish in a meet. The individual results were: Girls 8-and-under 100 free relay — 1, Pen Bay (Ariel Power, Machenzie Power, Audrey Scott, Eleanor Lincoln), 1:23.06. Boys 8u 100 FR — 1, Pen Bay (Brady Hedstrom, Sam Conlan, Gabe Ruesswick, Connor Hedstrom), 1:27.05; 2, Waldo (William Bradley, James ...

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    January 12, 2010

    Windjammers, Hawks winners in Monday court cases

    It was a good night as a whole for Knox County high school basketball teams Monday, with four of the five teams in action posting victories. Both the Camden Hills boys and girls, along with the Georges Valley boys and North Haven girls, all notched victories Monday night. The North Haven boys were the lone local squad to come up short, falling to visiting Pine Tree Academy. Boys Camden Hills 68, Waterville ...

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    January 12, 2010

    Large school playoffs rock hardwood Monday

    The Busline League Large School Division single-elimination playoffs began this week. Camden-Rockport Middle School had a successful Monday night as the Schooners won seventh- and eighth-grade girls games and an eighth-grade boys contest. Additionally at Belfast, the Troy Howard eighth-grade boys defeated Boothbay to move up the playoff ladder to face top-seeded Rockland next. The Camden-Rockport eighth-grade ...

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    January 12, 2010

    Redskin Invitational draws top grapplers to head-to-head mat wars

    Instate high school wrestling tournaments do not get any better — or talent laden — than the traditional and annual Redskin Invitational in Sanford. Two of the teams that competed in the two-day tournament, held Friday and Saturday, were Camden Hills and Belfast, perennial state Class B championship contenders. Camden Hills again proved it is the team to beat in Class B this winter as the Windjammers finished ...

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    January 11, 2010

    Busy weekend for Midcoast Knox, Lincoln county squads

    It was a busy weekend on the hardwood for many Midcoast high school basketball teams, games that featured blowouts, close games, upsets and one team that secured its first win of the year. The regular season has reached its midway point, as the second half is now in view as many teams are sure to make a playoff push as the campaign nears the postseason. The following is a recap of available information from ...

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    January 11, 2010

    Mustangs, Panthers battle on mat in tri-meet

    The Mount View wrestling team hosted a tri-meet with Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield Saturday. When the final match had ended, the Huskies had won two matches, the Panthers split two and the Mustangs lost two. MCI beat Mount View 45-30 and Medomak Valley (4-9) downed Mount View (4-15) 54-24. Medomak Valley also defeated MCI 42-27. The individual results for Mount View ...

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    January 11, 2010

    Lions, Windjammers hit pool for post-holiday dual-meet

    When all was said and done in a Jan. 7 dual-meet between host Camden Hills and Belfast, the Lions ultimately had too much talent and depth for the Windjammers to overcome. Thus, the Belfast girls won 108-56 and Lion boys won 127-33 in races at the Penobscot Bay YMCA. The meet also including independent swimmers from Rockland. Belfast dominated the meet despite not be able to dive, which is one of the team's ...

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    January 11, 2010

    Tigers, Panthers, ‘Jammers, Mustangs excel at Colby College

    Rockland, Camden Hills, Medomak Valley and Mount View student-athletes competed against talented opponents, including Winslow, Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, Lawrence of Fairfield, Mount Blue of Farmington, Skowhegan and Messalonskee of Oakland, in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference meet Friday at Colby College. The team scores were unavailable. Midcoast athletes turned in a bundle of first-place ...


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