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  • Published
    January 25, 2010

    Windjammers compete well in lone home meet

    While the temperatures may have been bit on the cool side Saturday, the overall sunny, crisp conditions could not have been more ideal for the Camden Hills Alpine ski team's lone home meet of the winter at the Camden Snow Bowl. Camden Hills hosted a successful day of racing, led by senior Andrew Baxter, who enjoyed a first-place finish and the best time of the day. The Windjammers placed third in both the boys ...

  • Published
    January 25, 2010

    Busy weekend for many Midcoast hoop squads

    The hardwood was a busy place to be over the weekend all over the state, as many high school basketball games postponements from earlier in the week were pushed to the weekend, making for a busy few days for many Midcoast teams. The following is a recap of reported results: Boys Greenville 76, Vinalhaven 62 ... At Greenville Friday, the host Lakers pulled away from the host Vikings in the second half and ...

  • Published
    January 25, 2010

    Camden Hills explodes for eight goals in impressive home win

    To state that the Camden Hills ice hockey team was on the offensive Saturday night at the Midcoast Recreation Center would be, well, a gross understatement. When all was said and done, the Windjammers nearly burned a hole in the ice and the net with their sizzling puck play. The Windjammers knocked eight goals into the net and peppered two Eagle goalies with 41 shots en route to an impressive 8-1 win over Mount ...

  • Published
    January 25, 2010

    Windjammer Fields, Panther Genthner achieve milestones as regular season ends

    It was a special day at Medomak Valley High School Saturday when current individual wrestling greatness was achieved and past team mat success was recognized and honored. In a regular season-ending quad-meet that included Camden Hills, Mountain Valley of Rumford, Morse of Bath and host Medomak Valley, success on the mat — both current and past — was part of the day's festivities. During the meet, Camden Hills ...

  • Published
    January 24, 2010

    Mustangs roll over Tigers in Saturday home, road affairs

    One of the oldest sports adages is you do not necessarily have to be the best team, you just have to be peaking at the right time, namely, as the playoffs approach. Whether the Mount View boys basketball team is the best team in Eastern Class B remains to be seen, but few would argue that the Mustangs are the hottest team in the region after Saturday night's impressive 66-43 victory over host Rockland. The ...

  • Published
    January 24, 2010

    Camden Hills’ defense keys second-half surge past Mount View

    This is a secret, so do not tell anyone. You know who one of the hottest teams in Eastern Class B girls basketball has been over the past few weeks? Camden Hills. But remember, that is a secret. Well, of course, the strong play of the Windjammers in recent weeks is really no secret, especially to their opponents. One only has to look at how Camden Hills has moved up the ranks in the Maine Principals' Association...

  • Published
    January 23, 2010

    What a stunt: Panthers bring home first regional runners-up plaque

    By finishing as runners-up in Saturday morning's Western Class B cheering competition at the Augusta Civic Center, Medomak Valley accomplished something no Panther cheering team had in the school's more than 40-year history. The Panthers put it all together during their performance Saturday to earn the team's first state competition berth. Mount View of Thorndike and Rockland also competed in the Eastern ...

  • Published
    January 23, 2010

    Mustangs hand Windjammers first loss in two years

    One of the state's most impressive recent high school basketball winning streaks came to an end Friday night thanks to a scrappy, confident Waldo County squad who kept its high-powered opponent under 50 points for one of the few times in recent years. The Mount View boys basketball team, which lost to the Windjammers by 24 points (66-42) to begin the season, continued to make loud noise in Eastern Class B by ...

  • Published
    January 23, 2010

    Schooners, Wildcats clinch respective crowns

    For the second straight day, fans of high level middle school basketball were in for a treat Friday night at Camden-Rockport Middle School as the Busline League Large School Division boys championships were decided in two title clashes featuring the league's top teams. And for the second straight day, an eighth-grade team from Camden-Rockport Middle School and a seventh-grade squad from Boothbay Region Middle ...

  • Published
    January 22, 2010

    Former Tiger Ross joins pro baseball ranks

    In a story about the former Rockland District High School student seven years ago, Adam Ross said his career ambition would be "to be successful in whatever I do and take my career in baseball as far as I possibly can." Fast forward to the present, and the RDHS graduate has done just that, landing himself a position with a professional baseball organization. Ross, who will turn age 25 in February, has been ...

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