After a stunningly successful six seasons at Butler, 36-year-old Brad Stevens will be the youngest coach in the NBA.
Forwards Andy Miele and Jordan Szwarz are assigned to Portland.
City schools have reached a deal under Title IX to provide female students with athletic opportunities that are equal to those of boys.
The baseball commissioner says his transition plan will include a reorganization of central baseball management.
Brian Petrovek on plans for the Portland Pirates 2013-14 season . . .
The team says it will play 40 miles from Portland this season after civic center negotiations fail.
Peyton Manning may be 37, but he appears to be on the way to the best season of a storied 16-year career.
Geno Smith is keeping his cool, proving that the team was justified taking him in the second round.
The Golden Trojans score the first two goals and hand Biddeford its first girls' soccer setback of the season, 3-1.
The college cross country teams in southern Maine have talent and aspirations.
With a roster mostly of rookies and free agents, Portland wins 4-0 against the University of New Brunswick, Canada's reigning college champion.
The news from Gillette Stadium these days continues to revolve around a couple of injured players: tight end Rob Gronkowski and slot receiver Danny Amendola . . .