Monday, May 20, 2013
AUGUSTA -- For much of the girls lacrosse season, the top team in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A was a tad too difficult to identify.
The Waterville track and field teams have turned the annual Community Cup into its personal stomping grounds in the meet's first eight seasons.
AUGUSTA -- Anna Curtis is determined, driven and defiant in the face of doubters.
Greg Cummings says he underestimated his competition this season at Wiscasset Speedway but not his desire to return behind the wheel.
Waterville senior Bethanie Brown added to her growing legacy as one of the top high school distance runners in Maine history, when she competed at a five-team meet at Edward Little.
Manch Wheeler lets out a hearty laugh and delves into a story he's told countless times to countless people.
Richard and Vanessa Jordan spent months trying to ready Wiscasset Speedway for the season opener early last month.
University of Southern Maine senior Nick Grady has a simple approach when it comes to hitting.
The Lawrence track and field teams combined to make history this spring by sweeping consecutive meets for the first time since Tim Alberts became head coach 25 years ago.
OAKLAND -- In most years, Messalonskee boys lacrosse coach Tom Sheridan says the Eagles' offense is set from the beginning and it rarely fluctuates from game to game.