Other Sports

  • Ten to Join GSA Sports Hall of Fame

    BLUE HILL — In recognition of superior accomplishments and/or significant contributions to athletics at George Stevens Academy, 10 athletes and coaches will be inducted into the GSA Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Saturday, May 21, at 3 p.m. Honorees include Forrest A. Horton ’61, William Gray ’83, Matthew Mattson ’91, Catherine Galipeau

  • Sea of Blue Walk/5K returns on Saturday

    NORTHEAST HARBOR — After a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Sea of Blue Autism Awareness Walk/5K makes a comeback this Saturday. The race, which begins and ends at The Neighborhood House in Northeast Harbor, raises funds for autism awareness in the community. More than $30,000 has been raised over the years

  • Bridge the Gap Race is May 7

    Bridge the Gap Race is May 7

    BUCKSPORT — The ninth running of the Bridge the Gap Race will be Saturday, May 7. The event features 3-mile and 10-mile routes, starting on Route 174/Fort Knox Road near the Penobscot Narrows Bridge overlook at 10 a.m. There will be a very brief traffic delay as runners cross the bridge. This event is hosted

  • Senseis compete in 109th Tracy’s Karate tournament

    Senseis compete in 109th Tracy’s Karate tournament

    BUCKSPORT — Tracy’s Karate held its most recent tournament earlier this month at Bucksport High School. Senseis came from as far as Portland to the south and Maritime Canada to the north for the April 9 tournament, which was Tracy’s Karate’s 109th event. Competitors, who were as young as 4 years old and as old

  • GSA freshman, junior qualify for Junior Olympics in fencing

    GSA freshman, junior qualify for Junior Olympics in fencing

    BLUE HILL — Two students from George Stevens Academy are set to compete USA Fencing’s Junior Olympic championships. Freshman Ben Baldwin and junior Ian Bowden have both qualified for the event, which is scheduled to be held from Feb. 18-21 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The two are students of John Krauss at Down East

  • Winter Harbor’s Harden making breakthrough in boxing

    Winter Harbor’s Harden making breakthrough in boxing

    WINTER HARBOR — Deep inside Warren Harden’s old family farm house attic is a trophy that’s spent years collecting cobwebs and dust. The decades-old trophy belonging to Harden’s father, Robert, has long been a source of stories in the Winter Harbor family’s household. With his dad boasting a 3-0 record as a boxer from his

  • Kebo Valley Golf Club hosts Maine Amateur Championship

    Kebo Valley Golf Club hosts Maine Amateur Championship

    BAR HARBOR — Hancock County was home to the state’s top golfers this week as one of Maine’s premier tournaments came to a local course. The Maine Amateur Golf Championship was held over the past three days at Kebo Valley Golf Club in Bar Harbor. One hundred thirty-two golfers took part in the 102nd edition

  • Maine Mariners announce affiliation with Boston Bruins

    Maine Mariners announce affiliation with Boston Bruins

    PORTLAND — Maine’s professional hockey team will return to action next season as a partner of New England’s professional hockey team. The Maine Mariners will begin a new chapter in the franchise’s history next season after agreeing to an affiliation with the NHL’s Boston Bruins. The team announced the news last Wednesday, one day after