Thursday, June 20, 2013
The game has changed since Amy Vachon led the Cony High School girls basketball team to a pair of Class A state championships and went on to star for the University of Maine. But it's hardly passed her by.
The longest season of their baseball careers continues for several central Maine collegians who have hooked on with teams this summer.
Jamie Plummer, who struck out 13, escaped jams in each of the final four innings to lead Richmond to a 3-0 victory. Even Richmond coach Rick Coughlin didn’t expect this type of performance from his lanky senior, and he watched her pitch a perfect game Thursday against Greenville.
WATERVILLE -- The Gardiner boys lacrosse team can take small comfort in the fact it was only outscored by two goals in the second half of Wednesday's Eastern Maine Class B championship game against Yarmouth.
GARDINER -- The top-seeded Gardiner softball team rode a big first inning and the arm of sophomore Kristal Smith to a berth in tonight's Eastern Maine Class B championship game.
The Gardiner and Winthrop softball teams will find out today if they play in regional finals, but five area teams are already there.
Waterville junior Brian Bellows would have preferred a sharp single or even a sacrifice fly, but his slow dribbler down the first base line was good enough.
GARDINER -- Morse High School senior Sadia Crosby spun away from one defender, bounced off a second and eluded a third before scoring the most important goal in her school's history Friday afternoon.
GARDINER -- Gardiner overcame the loss of leading scorer Keegan Smith early in the second half and may have played even better after he left.
FARMINGDALE — A couple of one-run losses near mid-season helped turn the Hall-Dale baseball team around. The Bulldogs haven’t lost since.