Craig Blanchette controls a strong men's field, and Cheri Blauwet's experience shows in the women's race.
Michael Phelps swims the butterfly as the U.S. wins the 4x100-meter medley relay,
Margaret Wangari-Muriuki stops just shy of the finish line but hangs on to win by six-tenths of a second.
Sheri Piers is less than thrilled with her time on a hot, muggy day, but still wins for the third time overall.
Ethan Shaw gets past Jonny Wilson, his former teammate at Falmouth, to post the top time by a Maine man.
Stanley Biwott hands off a cup of water to his last challenger, then goes on to win in one of B2Bs slowest winning times.
Serena Williams routs Maria Sharapova, 6-0, 6-1.
LeBron James delivers in the clutch as the Americans, who trailed in the fourth quarter, rally to beat Lithuania, 99-94.
Sheri Piers and Ethan Shaw top all Maine competitors in a race in which about 70 needed treatment.
Oscar Pistorius finishes second in his heat and will race in Sunday night's semifinals.
Portland beats a Rhode Island opponent and will meet a Connecticut team in the winners' bracket.
Joan Benoit Samuelson will run with two legendary marathoners and the L.L. Bean chairman of the board.
The U.S. women's eight went into the Olympics as the gold medal favorite and didn't disappoint.
Pastime Club of Lewiston gives up a run in the ninth, then scores four in the 10th to remain alive.
An impressive list of runners will be at the front of the Beach to Beacon approaching the finish line.
Jeremy Kehrt pitches six shutout innings and lowers his ERA to 1.33 in his last five starts.
Michael Phelps wins his last individual race, and U.S. teens Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky also earn gold medals.
First Title is the only unbeaten team remaining in the state tourney by downing Windham, 9-4.
The Maine champions suffer a 35-0 loss in their first game at the Eastern Regional.
Minnesota overcomes a four-run deficit, then wins it in the 10th on Jamey Carroll's RBI single.
A significant portion of the invited runners in Maine today harbored dreams of competing in this year's Olympics. Julia Lucas, left, missed London by four-hundredths of a second.