Boston shoots just 27 percent in the first half before falling behind by 24 points in the second
Ashleigh Roberts has seen coaching issues and lots of losses, but she’s stuck it out in Orono.
Missouri’s Michael Sam could make history as the first openly gay active player in the league.
Syracuse extended its school record for wins to start a season and matched the program mark for consecutive wins.
The World Cup leader takes control with a great first-round jump.
Felix Loch joins only two others to repeat as Olympic champs.
Russia clinches gold in the new team figure skating event before the final dance begins, and the U.S. earns a bronze.
Anastasiya Kuzmina collects her third career Olympic medal.
Bode Miller was considered the prerace favorite, but didn’t come close to the way he skied during practice runs.
Photos taken from the presidential lounge show Russia’s president turning away from the screen, missing one of the rings not lighting up at the opening ceremony.
Coach Katey Stone plans to rotate her goaltenders in the Olympics.
Ireen Wust wins the women’s 3,000-meter skate, knocking off the defending champ.
International Ski Federation deliberates briefly before making its ruling.
Jamie Anderson’s flawless final run follows Sage Kotsenburg’s gold in Sochi’s opening event.
After dominating training sessions, American Miller hits a gate and loses precious time on his final run.
The Hampden Academy boys and Presque Isle girls remain unbeaten.
Mild temperatures and blue skies beckon hikers to California.
Winter’s debris yields bentwood furniture that tells a story.
Maine ski mountain names a trail after Richard Blanco.
To prevent tough meat, avoid frying or broiling small wild game over high heat.
The cargo on the run to the team's complex in Fort Myers includes 20,400 baseballs, 1,100 bats and 60 cases of sunflower seeds.
The cold discomfort on the slopes is mostly behind us.
A master fly tyer shares his secrets in Yarmouth.
The County’s training facility needs $550,000 to keep its success story on track – and ‘failure is not an option.’
The unbeaten Red Storm rout Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete.
Home-schooled Kate Hall of Lake Region is winning races and setting track records.
The Irish score twice in the final 1:08 for a 3-2 victory.
Zdeno Chara’s absence isn’t felt as Boston crushes Ottawa.
The Yachtsmen win their first Western Maine Conference girls’ championship and also capture the boys’ crown.