Baseball: Armstrong throws a complete game on the mound, then ended it with his first hit that gave the Mustangs a 2-1 win over the Ramblers.
Waterville softball rallies for win at Erskine.
Hawks dominate possession battle to take care of short-handed Rams.
Baseball: First baseman hits two key doubles and drives in four runs in the Greyhounds' 10-2 victory over the Roadrunners.
After tough loss to Oxford Hills on Thursday, the Eagles get back on track.
Lilly Diversi scores seven goals in the Tigers' victory.
Eager to find their rhythm after losing much of April, Black Bears get first victory against Hall-Dale.
Baseball: The Raiders' senior ace provides leadership and fulfills a dual role as a pitcher and a shortstop.
The Bulldogs have 14 hits, including five for extra bases, to earn victory.
Bulldogs have gotten the job done both offensively, defensively, on the way to a 4-0 record.
Freshman scores 10 goals as Bulldogs blow out Bangor at home.
After getting blown out against Brunswick, Tigers find the answers in victory over Rams.
Bulldogs' pitcher struck out 13 and also had two hits, three RBIs and scored four runs in the win.
Mustangs continue hot start with back-and-forth victory over Maranacook.
Wolverines host first Mountain Valley Conference meet since 2019.
Sarah Praul scores five goals for Eagles in victory.
Dragons eager to prove they're still a team to beat, while Tigers seek to grow as season progresses.
The biggest change will affect football, where teams will be allowed to play in a lower enrollment class for safety reasons and still be eligible for the postseason.
Hall-Dale, Madison softball teams earn victories
Senior righthander tosses one-hitter, drives in winning run with double in the sixth.
The sophomore didn't have her best stuff, but she didn't need it to grab the victory.
Andrew Vachon pitches six strong innings as Richmond earns opening day victory.
Some schools, however, continue to keep their mask mandates in place – at least for now – after the Maine Principals' Association's decision on Wednesday afternoon.
Anthony Panciocco collects three hits for Falcons in win.
Isaac Belofs scores four goals for Rams in loss.
Gov. Mills has ended the mandate for wearing face coverings outdoors, and changes are in store for the Community Sports Guidelines that influence high school sports policy.
Longtime Sun Journal sports writer, who died Sunday, gained loyal admirers with his quality work, 'legendary' humor and kindness.
Winthrop, Monmouth baseball teams secure MVC victories.
Bonny Eagle's John McGlinn grew up in pro baseball clubhouses with his stepfather, Brian Butterfield, who has coached for six major league organizations.
A popular pick as a team to beat in Class C, Bulldogs get best of Ramblers to start the season.
Good pitching, powerful offense add up nicely for Bulldogs.
Yes, it was chilly throughout the game between Winslow and Waterville, but that's the price of playing ball in the Pine Tree State, Travis Lazarczyk writes.
Whitehouse, who had been covering sports since 1999, died Sunday after health issues for the past few months.
Travis Caron nets four goals in victory.
Any plan for high school sports this fall should include a return to football, Travis Lazarczyk writes.
Junior fans nine in five innings as Bulldogs take care of Carrabec at home.
Eagles host Skowhegan and Belfast in landmark moment for track and field program.
Messalonskee takes control from the start then never looks back.
Baseball and lacrosse standouts Nick Barber and Courtney Paine bounce back from leg injuries.
Rams and Tigers have nine players between them, and are looking to improve while waiting for numbers to return.
Madison, Skowhegan softball teams also pull out victories.
Black Raiders overcome dominant effort from MCI pitcher Joe Curtis for the victory.
Some big hits in sixth inning lift Eagles to victory in rematch of 2019 playoff nailbiter.
Mustangs bang out 11 hits and record no-hitter in the circle to grab MVC victory.
Eagles are looking to return to heights of past few seasons, while Bulldogs are eager to build and learn this spring.
Senior scores four goals and plays well in all phases as Eagles defeat MCI/Nokomis.
The versatile forward is the fourth Yachtsmen player to earn the award presented to the most outstanding Class A senior boys' hockey player in Maine.
The nickname and logo replace the controversial 'Indians' mascot, which was retired prior to the 2019-2020 school year.
Ramblers edge Tigers as both teams get used to new players in new roles.
Playing together for just the second time, Waterville's top doubles team clicks quickly, Travis Lazarczyk writes.