Chelsea Saucier, who lost her father a year ago, is the upbeat leader for Deering, even when it's tough emotionally.
Rajon Rondo, Jared Sullinger and Leandro Barbosa have all suffered season-ending injuries, but the Celtics have still won eight of nine games.
The team president, Larry Lucchino, acknowledges the 2012 disaster with an eye on the present.
Only six months ago, Pistorius was running circles around the Olympic track, a shining example of what a person can achieve in the face of adversity.
All the prize money for the Sebago Lake Derby has been shifted to the Cumberland County Derby.
Center Jeff Nelson will join his brother Todd as the 17th member of the team’s hall of fame.
In three stints with the Pirates this season, Mike Lee has a 3-0-0-0 record with a 1.31 goals-against average and a .960 saves percentage.
And they also take some heat from savvy third-graders at St. Brigid's in Portland.
New England Sports Network announcers Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo, will be meeting with fans today at Binga's Stadium restaurant starting at 3 p.m.
Reeva Steenkamp, a model who spoke out against abuse of women, was shot four times in the predawn hours at Pistorius' house.
Thornton Academy wins a Western Class A prelim despite Marshwood’s late rally.
In a contest between two teams that can’t shoot straight, just enough Boston shots go in.
The Rangers shut out Leavitt-Edward Little and will seek to become the state's first repeat champ.
The Rangers handle a strong challenge from Falmouth to win, 42-40.
Gorham lets Windham off the ropes but delivers a late knockout to advance in Western Class A.
Maine stays close for the first half before the Toros pull away with a third-quarter run and come away with a 111-94 victory.
Scarborough wins the West, using Devan Kane's saves and Sarah Martens' goal for a 1-0 victory.