Sunday, November 19, 2017

Pete, Day, Butterfield lead Glenburn to victory over Broncos 7/8 B Boys

HAMPDEN - Evan Pete, Andrew Day, and Brandon Butterfield each scored in double figures and Butterfield added double digit assists in the Glenburn Chargers 57-39 in an EMBL travel basketball game at Reeds Brook School on Sunday morning.

Glenburn's Evan Pete (with ball) looks to move the ball during the second half of a 7/8 boys travel game in Hampden on Sunday. Glenburn defeated Hampden 57-39 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden 7/8 girls roll over Chargers for travel game win

HAMPDEN - Sunday morning at Reeds Brook school in Hampden, the Broncos 7/8 grade girls rolled over the Lady Chargers from Glenburn with 65-17 victory in an EMBL travel basketball game. Emma Haskell, Bella McLaughlin, and Sam Bellerose all scored in double digits for the Broncos.

Hampden's Camryn Neal (23) looks to drive to the basket past Glenburn's Chloe LaBree during a travel league game in Hampden on Sunday. Hampden won the game 65-17. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Glenburn 5/6 B Girls roll past MDI for big win

GLENBURN - Saturday afternoon at the Glenburn School, the 5/6 Lady Chargers out scored the Trojans of MDI 16-2 over the first half on their way to a 26-8 victory in an Eastern Maine Basketball League travel game.

 Glenburn's Mariah Sharrow (center) drives to the basket between MDI's Lexi Tozier (14) and Lauren Davis during a 5/6 travel game in Glenburn on Saturday. Glenburn won the game 26-8. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Hermon 7/8 girls cruise to win over Orono

HERMON - Sunday morning at the Hermon Middle School, the Hermon Hawks 7/8 girls cruised to a 71-12 victory Over Orono in an Eastern Maine Basketball League travel game.

 Hermon's Megan Tracy (3) puts up a shot during the second half of a game in Hermon. The Hawks defeated Orono 71-12 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Orono scored first to take a 2-0 lead inside the first minute of the game, but the Hawks would go on to out score the Red Riots 34-6 over the final 15 minutes of the opening half.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Hermon edges Glenburn in Middle School field hockey

GLENBURN - In Glenburn on Tuesday afternoon, the Hermon Hawks pulled out a 3-2 victory over the Glenburn Chargers in Middle School field hockey action.

Hermon middle school edged Glenburn 3-2 in a field hockey game in Glenburn on Tuesday. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Coldbrook Travel Soccer U11 girls vs Maranacook Photo Gallery

HAMPDEN - Sunday afternoon at the Reed's Brook School soccer fields in Hampden, the Coldbrook Travel Soccer Club's U11 girls team took on the girls from Maranacook.

The Coldbrook Travel Soccer Club U11 girls hosted Maranacook on Sunday afternoon at Reeds Brook School in Hampden. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Blackie hat trick leads Coyotes to field hockey OT win

OLD TOWN - Sophomore Teagan Blackie scored all three goals for the Old Town field hockey team on Tuesday afternoon, as the Coyotes knocked off the Hermon Hawks 3-2 in overtime at Old Town High School.

Old Town's Teagan Blackie (5) sends the ball past Hermon Goalie Brooke Dempsey to score one of her three goals in the game. Old Town defeated Hermon 3-2 in overtime. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hermon scored the first goal of the game when Brooklyn Brown found the back of the box with 21:58 remaining in the first half. The Hawks held that 1-0 lead for the next 16 minutes before Blackie tied the game at 1-1 with 5:41 to play in the half. Just over three minutes later, Blackie handed the Coyotes the 2-1 lead  they would take into half time with her second score of the game.

Hermon's Brooklyn Brown heads up to midfield after scoring a goal. (Photo by Skip Hawkes) 

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Lightning strikes cause postponement to Hermon vs John Bapst football

HERMON - On the night of week two the 2017 high school football season, numerous lightning strikes became the story in the end. Before the opening kickoff, the first of numerous lightning strikes came at approximately 6:45 p.m. With each flash of lightning, comes a 30 minute delay. Following numerous 30 minute delays, the game was able to get started at approximately 8:10 p.m.

Hermon quarterback Garrett Trask (20) picks up a few yards during the opening quarter of  the game at Hermon on Friday night. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)