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News from February 7, 2014

February 11

Schoolgirl basketball: McAuley clinches top seed in Western Class A

The Lions beat Cheverus and finish the regular season at 17-1.

February 7

Penguins march all over Pirates

Portland’s third-period defensive breakdown proves costly.

February 8

UMaine hockey tops Notre Dame for first road win

Goaltender Martin Ouellette fends off a late fury in a 2-1 victory.

February 8

Celtics top Sacramento 99-89 for third straight win Several photos included in this story

Without Rajon Rondo, Jared Sullinger carries the team with 31 points and 16 rebounds.

February 8

Messalonskee graduate, former Olympian has his eyes on Sochi

Ben Koons, a cross-country skier, reflects on the Olympic experience four years after competing in Vancouver.

February 7

Alex Rodriguez drops lawsuit, accepts season-long suspension

Rodriguez had repeatedly proclaimed his innocence and sued MLB in federal court to overturn the penalty.

February 28

Maine Winter Sports Tournaments 2014



February 8

Russia kicks off Sochi Games with hope and hubris

Russians place huge significance in the Olympics, and the games are a point of pride for a nation that's still insecure about its place in the world.

February 7

American freestyle skier Heidi Kloser out with broken leg

She tore knee ligaments and broke her femur only moments before she was supposed to head to the starting gate.

February 7

Test run bodes well for Bode

In the first training session, America’s Alpine racer looks like a champion.

February 10

Boys’ basketball: Portland still perfect Several photos included in this story

The Bulldogs dominate Deering and will take an 18-0 record into the Western Class A tourney.

February 7

Girls’ hockey: Yarmouth/Freeport ousts Mt. Ararat

The Clippers advance to the Eastern Maine semifinals with a 7-0 win.

February 7

Girls’ hockey: Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete gets first playoff win Several photos included in this story

The Capers shut out York, earning a shot at top-ranked Scarborough.

February 7

Maine rich in Winter Olympic tradition Several photos included in this story

Since 1948, the state has had at least one athlete competing on the Olympic snow and ice.

February 7

Maine regional wrestling winners not the only champs

Whatever the outcome, pride and perseverance also will be prized.

February 7

Boys’ basketball notebook: Regan’s wins piling up at Old Orchard Beach

John Regan moves past the 200-win mark.

February 7

College roundup: St. Joseph’s suffers first conference loss

Emmanuel holds on for a 74-66 decision in women’s basketball on Thursday.

February 7

College Connections: Triple jumper from Scarborough soaring at Ithaca

Emilia Scheemaker had a rocky first year but now has hopes of a national title.

February 7

Girls’ basketball: Brunswick edges Mt. Ararat in overtime

Julia Champagne’s last-second three-point play gives the Dragons a 52-49 win.

February 10

Boys’ basketball: Brunswick holds off Mt. Ararat

The Dragons notch their sixth straight win in a playoff preview.

February 7

Boys’ roundup: Scarborough hockey turns back Cheverus

The Red Storm survive a third-period rally, holding on for a 5-4 win.

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