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    January 27, 2010

    Snowman TrYathlon changes to Penobscot Bay YMCA’s rally for Haiti

    What was originally set to be the Penobscot Bay YMCA's first indoor-outdoor triathlon to help people get moving in the cold Maine winter months has now become a reach out event in an effort to raise money for Haiti. The Snowman TrYathlon, the original event, was set to take off on Saturday, Feb. 6 at the YMCA's Union Street location in Rockport. The event was to consist of an indoor swim, 30-minute stationary ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Bucs knock off Seahawks for Heal Point-worthy victory

    Georges Valley boys basketball coach Scott Johnson has been preaching the importance of making the most of their free-throw shooting opportunities to his Buccaneers all season. Tuesday night at Thomaston against Heal Point-worthy Boothbay Region, it appears the Bucs have seen the light. Hovering around .500 for most of the season, Georges Valley was badly in need of a win Tuesday night to help the hosts get ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Windjammers leave Lions in their wake

    Both Camden Hills basketball teams fared well against Belfast Tuesday night, with the surging Windjammer girls winning on the road and the Windjammer boys victorious at home. The Windjammer girls beat host Belfast 54-36 for their eighth straight win, while the Windjammer boys, who saw their 36-game winning streak snapped by Mount View of Thorndike Jan. 22, started a new streak with a 95-31 victory over the ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Windjammers hit snow trails in South Paris

    The Camden Hills Nordic ski team had mixed results Jan. 23 at the Oxford Hills Sprints at Sunny Croft Farm. The Windjammers raced against six other schools in time trials and sprints. The individual Camden Hills results were: Time trials Girls — 8, Erin Pierce, 3:04; 36, Abby White, 3:57; 37, Mary Parks, 4:01; and 39, Sarah Scott, 4:12. Boys — 69, Josiah Carle, 2:38; 82, Kevin Pierce, 2:47; 91, Cyrus ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Camden Hills experiences successful home meet

    Camden Hills hosted a successful meet with Lincoln Academy of Newcastle and Wiscasset Jan. 22 at the Penobscot Bay YMCA. The Windjammer girls finished 37 points ahead of the second-place team and the Windjammer boys placed second, five points shy of the win. The girls team scores were: Camden Hills 105, Lincoln Academy 68 and Wiscasset 18. The boys team scores were: Wiscasset 76, Camden Hills 72 and Lincoln ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Panthers sweep Tigers for second time this season

    In their third straight home contest and badly in need of a win to stay in the Eastern Class B playoff race, the Rockland boys basketball team hosted Medomak Valley Tuesday night in what was, for the Tigers, a pivotal game in their season. However, the Panthers, fresh off their third loss of the season Saturday to host Maranacook of Readfield, came ready to play and were focused to remain in the thick of the ...

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    January 27, 2010

    Baseball skills clinics offered at GVHS

    Georges Valley baseball coaches Don Shields and Don Young will direct baseball clinics for several Sundays in the Georges Valley High School gymnasium. The clinics began Jan. 24 and will run on some Sundays through Feb. 21. Thee clinics will cover pitching, catching and fielding. The clinics are for middle school and Little League level children. The clinics are free to Thomaston, St. George and Cushing ...

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    January 26, 2010

    Spiking performance: Volleyball squad keeps Royal dynasty alive

    Tucked away off Route 17 in South Hope is a small christian school and attached to the church/private educational facility is a small gymnasium that is filled to the brim every time the school's basketball or volleyball squads host athletic events. And it is in that little space that a local youth athletic dynasty has fostered and continues to grow — without perhaps many outside of that small church community ...

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    January 25, 2010

    Ice Cats break ice big time in win over Cony

    Scoring has not been a problem for the Midcoast Ice Cats this year. The cooperative high school ice hockey team continued the season with another offensive explosion against the Cony Rams of Augusta jayvee squad Jan. 21 to earn a 9-3 win at the Midcoast Recreation Center. The ‘Cats were led by Yannick Price-Prevot of Medomak Valley, who netted five goals. Stephen Hand of Camden Hills had two goals and three ...

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    January 25, 2010

    Maine Warden Service: Storm will thin ice, so be safe

    The Maine Warden Service is urging people to check any ice before venturing out as spring-like conditions, with warm temperatures, substantial rainfall and heavy winds, are weakening ice throughout the state. According to the National Weather Service, between one to three inches of rain is expected Jan. 25, and temperatures near or above freezing are expected for most of the week. Significant snow melt is ...

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