On Father's Day, a son recalls his dad more for his family values than his stellar career.
The Blue Blazes dethrone Messalonskee and earn their first state championship since 1951.
In Greenville, more than 4,000 hunters win a chance to try to bag Maine's signature beast.
Portland's community sailing program offers rent-a-boat service and more lessons than before.
The Flyers receive a test but hold Yarmouth scoreless for a 20-minute stretch to repeat as state champions.
John Lackey settled down after a two-run first while Mike Carp and Jonny Gomes went deep.
The Wildcats came close in other sports this school year, but now reign in baseball for the first time since 1971.
Alex Bornick scores three second-half goals to lead the Capers to a 7-4 win for the state championship.
The Red Storm beat Skowhegan 9-3 for their fourth state championship in seven years.
Cheverus has another close game with Massabesic, this time winning 8-7 for the state championship.
Boston Manager John Farrell says Mike Napoli is experiencing "some grogginess."
Nathan Horton left Game 1 with an unspecified upper body injury.
The Mariners score all their runs in the final two innings to beat Greely, 8-1, and earn the school's first state championship in any sport.
Scarborough takes control early and sends Cheverus to a second straight loss in the Class A state final, 15-4.
The Rangers, who ended Fryeburg Academy's reign, face Oceanside in the states.
Westbrook hasn't won a baseball state title, and York's only championship was in 1971.
Ryan Dempster pitches well, but not quite as well as Chris Tillman as Baltimore wins again.
The Sea Dogs allow 15 hits to one of the league's best offenses and fall in a rain-delayed game, 6-3.
The Stags and Mustangs are used to tight battles and expect another in the Class A girls' final.
The big winger practices Friday after leaving Wedneday's OT game with an unspecified injury.