The Hawks capture their third straight state title.
The Black Bears beat Merrimack for the second straight night, 3-2.
The Wildcats extend their winning streak with a 67-42 victory.
The Red Storm beat Lewiston 3-1 for their first state championship.
Brunswick eliminates rival Mt. Ararat, and Oxford Hills knocks off Bangor.
The Stags capture their first state championship.
The Ponies ride their height advantage to a 33-25 triumph.
The Rangers erase an eight-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat York, 41-38.
The Windjammers win for the third straight year.
The Shipbuilders down Lake Region, 63-61.
Despite only one individual winner, the Windjammers edge Mountain Valley.
Tyler Thayer scores 40 points and leads a comeback as the Hawks win in overtime, 68-63.
The Cavaliers use a run to pull away.
Andrew Fleming leads the Vikings to their first quarterfinal victory since 2005.
Another year brings its own sense of purpose.
The ice fishing contest draws a crowd for the first time in three years.
The top-seeded Tigers are tested but pull away for a 60-45 quarterfinal win.
The Clippers hang on for a 45-43 quarterfinal victory.
The Cavaliers move on to the semifinals, posting a 70-47 victory.
Weather forces several changes to the high school tournament .
Poland’s Kamil Stoch is first in the large hill competition.
The Shipbuilders survive a scare from Lake Region to reach the Western Class B semifinals.
Duncan Savage’s two late free throws give the Vikings a 63-61 quarterfinal victory.
The unbeaten Warriors move into the semifinals with a 42-22 win.
Renaud Lavillenie breaks Sergei Bubka’s mark with a vault of 6.16 meters.
The No. 6 Knights lead from the start and advance to the Western Class B semifinals.
Hyde routs Seacoast Christian, and North Haven upends Greenville to set up a semifinal matchup.
Matt Antoine of the U.S. wins bronze, the first skeleton medal for the U.S. since Jimmy Shea’s gold in 2002.
The tennis great could not attend the opening ceremony because of her mother’s death.
Zbigniew Brodka captures Poland’s first gold medal in speedskating.
T.J. Oshie gets the winner in the eighth round of the shootout.
Maria Komissarova breaks and dislocates her spine during training.
The Swedes will play the United States in the semifinals.
Viktor Ahn adds to gold-medal total at Sochi.
Zhou overcomes a false start to defend her Olympic title.
American Julia Mancuso finishes eighth on a tough Sochi course.
The Hurricanes use a four-run first inning to win, 6-3.
The Dragons are unable to overcome poor 3-point shooting.
Emily Quirion scores 27 points and the Rams use a 15-0 run to put the game away on Friday at Augusta.
Mark Visentin stops 53 shots in a 3-2 win over the Adirondack Phantoms.