High School Sports
Results for Fri. May. 24
Maranacook 3, Maine Central Institute 2 box score
Sacopee Valley 7, Waynflete 0 box score
Maranacook 20, Maine Central Institute 19 box score
Noble 3, Cheverus 1 box score
Mt. Ararat 16, Oxford Hills 0
York 6, Freeport 11
Greely 3, Waynflete 12
North Yarmouth Academy 7, Cape Elizabeth 5
Messalonskee 8, Lewiston 7
Yarmouth 15, Falmouth 14
Noble 5, Windham 16
Bonny Eagle 13, McAuley 10
Kennebunk 8, Scarborough 13
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NY Mets 5 St. Louis 2 (FINAL)
Seattle 3 NY Yankees 2 (FINAL)
Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 7 (FINAL)
: Cincinnati 5 Miami 3 (FINAL - 10 INNINGS)
: Boston 4 Tampa Bay 3 (FINAL)
Detroit 4 Texas 10 (FINAL)
San Francisco 8 Colorado 6 (FINAL)
Chicago Sox 5 LA Angels 4 (FINAL)
: Washington 6 San Diego 2 (FINAL)
Indiana 75 New York 85 (FINAL)
San Antonio 94 Golden State 82 (FINAL)
NY Rangers 2 Boston 3 (FINAL - OT)
San Jose 3 Los Angeles 4 (FINAL)
Merrimack continues its home success against the Black Bears, who suffer another shutout, 6-0.
The small ski resort that thinks big, Black Mountain opens its first backcountry trail, begins grooming and remains an affordable $15.
Baltimore ties the game in the fourth quarter, then seals the victory with a 47-yard field goal 1:42 into the second overtime.
The Wolfpack hand the Blue Devils their first loss, 84-76.
Overall leader Natalie Geisenberger leads a German sweep of the top four places.
Lance Armstrong will offer a limited confession and apologize next week on Oprah Winfrey's TV show.
Alice McKennis earns her first World Cup victory.
Defensive tackle Vince Wilfork is the only Patriot selected to the All-Pro team.
Portland picks up five players to replace those called to Phoenix to try out for the Coyotes.
Maine's NASCAR legend is happy with his ESPN gig and occasional R&R at his Moosehead Lake retreat.
Chelsea Saucier and Marissa MacMillan make key plays late in a 60-56 victory.
Westbrook blows a big lead, then recovers for a 58-53 win over Sanford.
Portland takes a 63-47 win over rival South Portland and improves to 10-0.
Ashley and Jaclyn Storey each score 18 points in a 51-41 victory.
Back from a concussion, the 7-footer banks a last-second rebound to lift the Red Claws over the Armor.
The big news at the Hot Stove banquet is the partnership will continue through 2018.