Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Snow-covered and wet fields have hurt spring sports from starting on time in central Maine.
The Gardiner graduate is playing baseball and football for the Eagles.
Ryan Gardner and Phil Houdlette are giving back to their alma mater.
Cold weather took its toll, but winter is releasing its grip slowly but surely.
The Rams added pitching depth through Mitchell Bonenfant and Payton Kennison, who weren’t on the roster last season.
Other courses, like Natanis in Vassalboro, hope to open sometime this month if the snow and ice finally melt.
Positions have filled up among area sports teams as spring season begins.
The Monmouth Academy alum had big shoes to fill when she arrived in New London, but is improving as a pitcher.
Most teams kicked off their seasons indoors Monday, except the Hall-Dale team which had to shovel snow off its outdoor track.
The players have changed over the years, but some of their routines remain the same as they have for over eight decades.