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)
In all, 68 hopefuls are looking for a Final Four date at Atlanta, led by the No. 1 seeds: Louisville, Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga.
Jon Lester pitches six perfect innings in the spring training exhibition game.
Pittsburgh's defense holds in the final two periods, allowing the Penguins to take a 2-1 win over Boston.
Outfitters and outdoors enthusiasts will get face-to-face about fins and furs at the State of Maine Sportsman's Show.
Rachele Burns came back from four knee surgeries, and while she might wonder what might have been, nobody can question her determination.
Trebor Lawton, who led Cheverus to its first Class A title, is a repeat choice as Swimmer of the Year.
Samantha Wheeler is still bothered by concussion symptoms that caused her to stop playing for UMaine.
Sarah Easterling of Greely becomes a three-time selection as Swimmer of the Year.
Albany, which had to come back for a 50-49 win over Maine in the first round, is the America East champ.
Despite a painful ending to 2012-2013, Tim Whitehead sees better days ahead for a once-dominant program.
All his football life he's been told he's too small, too slow, too whatever ... yet he's always proved his detractors wrong.