Thursday, May 16, 2019

Forrest Auto cruises to win in Winterport Baseball little league action

WINTERPORT - Wednesday night in Winterport, the Forrest Auto Body majors baseball team rolled to a 14-3 victory over Winterport Dragway in a home town little league baseball match up.

Winterport's Forrest Auto Body cruised to a 14-3 little league baseball win over Winterport Dragway Wednesday night at Winterport. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


Winterport's Forrest Auto Body cruised to a 14-3 little league baseball win over Winterport Dragway Wednesday night at Winterport. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

 Winterport's Forrest Auto Body cruised to a 14-3 little league baseball win over Winterport Dragway Wednesday night at Winterport. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

 Winterport's Forrest Auto Body cruised to a 14-3 little league baseball win over Winterport Dragway Wednesday night at Winterport. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Winterport's Forrest Auto Body cruised to a 14-3 little league baseball win over Winterport Dragway Wednesday night at Winterport. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Hermon sweeps Mariners in baseball, softball

HERMON - Thursday afternoon at Hermon High School, the Lady Hawks pulled out a Heal Point worthy 5-3 win over the Oceanside Mariners while down at the baseball field the Hawks cruised to a 10-0 Mercy Rule win in five innings over the Mariners.

Members of the Hermon softball team wait for team mate Breanne Oakes to reach home plate after hitting a first inning home run during the game against Oceanside on Thursday. Hermon won the game 5-3. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


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(Photo by Skip Hawkes)

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 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

(Photo by Skip Hawkes

Monday, May 6, 2019

Neal powers Hampden Academy to come from behind victory over Lady Dragons

HAMPDEN - Monday afternoon at the Weatherbee Complex in Hampden, Camryn Neal powered the Hampden Academy Lady Broncos to a 5-3 come from behind win over the Brunswick Dragons.

Hampden's Camryn Neal (15) crosses home plate in the second inning after hitting a solo home run during a game in Hampden on Monday. Hampden defeated Brunswick in the game 5-3. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


Thursday, April 18, 2019

Murphy slam sparks Lady Broncos to opening day win over Edward Little

HAMPDEN - Thursday afternoon at Hampden Academy, the Lady Broncos scored six runs in the second inning highlighted by a 210 foot grand slam home run to straight away centerfield from Eliza Murphy and a 2-run double by Sydney Jordan for a 7-2 season opening victory over the Red Eddies of Edward Little High School from Auburn.

Hampden's Eliza Murphy follows the ball off her bat that went for a grand slam home run in the second inning of a season opening game in Hampden on Thursday. Hampden defeated Edward Little 7-2 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Ellsworth cruises to Glenburn Rec 3rd-4th grade boys tournament championship

GLENBURN - Sunday afternoon in Glenburn, a well rested Ellsworth team faced a very tired Gardiner 3/4 boys team and cruised to a 69-25 victory in the championship game as all eight members of the Eagles scored in the contest at the Glenburn School.

Ellsworth's Porter Merrill (11) pulls in a defensive rebound during the championship game of the Glenburn Rec's 3rd-4th grade boys basketball tournament at the Glenburn School on Sunday. Ellsworth defeated Gardiner 69-25 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Saturday, March 9, 2019

Glenburn Rec 3rd/4th grade boys tournament opening day

GLENBURN - Saturday at the Glenburn School, the Glenburn Rec opened their final tournament of the season with the 3rd/4th grade boys 6-team double elimination tourney. Tournament teams consisted of Hermon, Ellsworth, Calais, Gardiner, Brewer and the host team Glenburn.

The Glenburn Rec opened their final tournament on Saturday with the 3rd/4th grade boys at the Glenburn School. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


Monday, March 4, 2019

Hampden Broncos win Glenburn Rec 5/6 boys championship

GLENBURN - Sunday night at the Glenburn School, the Hampden 5th/6th grade boys came out of the losers bracket to defeat Orono 40-28 in the Championship game to win the Glenburn Rec tournament behind double digit scoring from Nick Johnston and Mason Studley.

Hampden's Nick Johnston (1) looks to the basket before putting up a shot during the Championship game of the Glenburn Rec 5/6 boys tournament Sunday night in Glenburn. Hampden defeated Orono 40-28 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


After falling to Orono 35-30 on Saturday, the Broncos went on to defeat Glenburn and Brewer in poll play for a 2-1 record. In the first semifinal game, Hampden defeated previously undefeated Ellsworth 36-28 behind Johnston's game high 14 points.

Orono went 2-0 on Saturday with the win over Hampden and a win over Brewer  to end the days games. The Red Riots added another victory on Sunday over Glenburn to enter the semifinals at 3-0.
In the semifinal game against Hermon, the Red Riots trailed the Hawks 17-14 at the half. Orono got the edge in the second half out scoring Hermon 25-16 for the 39-33 win. Noah Schaff led Orono with 17 points in the game, and Kace Walston added 11 points.

Hampden's Kaysen Wismen (5) blocks a shot by Orono's Noah Schaff during the championship game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden took a 14-8 first quarter lead over Orono in the championship game behind eight points from Andy Heneghan. After an 8-8 second quarter, the Broncos held onto their six point lead at 22-16. It would take another quarter before Hampden could begin to pull away from Orono. A 6-6 third period kept the Broncos on top 28-22 heading to the final period.

Orono's Noah Schaff (55) puts up a shot as he is swarmed by Hampden defenders. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden was able to maintain their six point lead over Orono during the first half of the final period, but with 2:30 to play in the game a basket by Johnston gave the Broncos a 10-point 34-24 lead. Hampden held on the rest of the way for the 40-28 win.

The Hampden boys pose for a team photo after their win over Orono for the championship. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Johnston and Studley each scored 12 points to lead Hampden to the win, and Henaghen added eight points. Zubayr Toms scored six points, and Aiden Kochendoerfer chipped in with two points.  The Broncos went a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line.

orono's Kace Walston (rear) tries to drive around Hampden defender Zubayr Toms. (photo by Skip Hawkes)

Schaff scored a game high 17 points to lead Orono in scoring. Kace Walston added six points, Bergen Soderberg scored five points, and Matthew Allen had two points. The Red Riots had three 3-point baskets, two by Walston and one by Soderberg, and they went 5-for-11 (45 percent) from the charity stripe.

HAMPDEN (4-1)  14 8 6 12 -- 40
ORONO       (4-1)   8  8 6  6  -- 28





Saturday, March 2, 2019

Glenburn Rec 5/6 Boys tournament gets underway

GLENBURN - Saturday morning in Glenburn, the 5th-6th grade boys basketball tournament hosted by the Glenburn Rec Department got underway. The 8-team tournament consists of eight Pool Play games on Saturday, followed by four more on Sunday leading up to the semifinal and championship games. Tournament teams include Milford, Nokomis, Hermon and Ellsworth in Pool A, and Hampden, Orono, Brewer and host team Glenburn in Pool B.

Glenburn's Brady Hews (41) drives hard to the basket during the host teams annual 5th and 6th grade basketball tournament on Saturday. Glenburn defeated Brewer 36-34 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)