The top-seeded Lions advance to the semifinals with a 52-30 victory.
The Trojans set three meet records on the way to another championship.
The Stags narrowly win the final relay to successfully defend their state title.
The Bulldogs advance to semifinals with a 47-42 triumph.
The Vikings end a long postseason drought with a 73-53 win.
Haley Batchelder’s late basket lifts the Eagles to a 34-32 win.
The Panthers win the boys’ and girls’ titles, and Kate Hall of Lake Region continues her assault on the record books.
The Lakers score 32 straight points on their way to a 69-24 win.
The 10th-seeded Bulldogs beat a short-handed opponent to reach the regional semifinals.
The sixth-seeded Stags avenge two regular-season losses to the No. 3 Red Riots.
Serge Nyirikamba leads the Flyers to a 66-51 quarterfinal victory.
Thornton wins a close battle in the girls meet, while Scarborough runs away with its fourth straight boys’ crown.
Edward Little upends Messalonskee, and Hampden Academy routs Lewiston.
Anton Kushnir completes five twists packed into three head-over-heels flips.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White, who have been together for 17 years, turn in nearly flawless performances.
The Yachtsmen advance to the semifinals with a 56-48 win.
The gold goes to the Russians, who win by a wide margin.
Dustin Cole scores 33 points to pace the Scots to a 66-49 quarterfinal victory.
The U.S. will play for the gold against the winner of the semifinal between Canada and Switzerland.
‘I just wish we could start all over again,’ says player Debbie McCormick.
NBC gets heat for the questions asked and its airing of Miller’s tearful response.
With a record 16 long-track medals the Dutch skaters have pushed their country to the top of the medals chart.
Heavy fog at the venue means the event will be contested with a modified format.
A Cheverus High senior whose early career was sidetracked by addiction gets his first and only chance to be No. 1 on Monday.
The Greely standout is a five-time runner-up.
Two top Nordic racers find their own path