Sports

  • Hawks wing by Trojans

    BAR HARBOR — The 7-1 loss the Mount Desert Island High School softball team suffered at the hands of the Hermon Hawks did not belie the actual performance of the Trojans during the home field opener on Monday, according to their coach. “I am impressed. They had some moments of real greatness,” Trojans head Coach

  • Golf Scramble

    BAR HARBOR — A golf scramble tournament is slated at the Kebo Valley Golf Club on Saturday, May 16, to benefit summer basketball league play.

  • Basketball Camps

    BAR HARBOR — Mount Desert Island High School varsity basketball coaches Justin Norwood and Brent Barker have opened their summer basketball camps for registrations.

  • Bunyan is Coming

    BAR HARBOR — The Paul Bunyan Amateur Golf Tournament, will enjoy its 45th year of competition at two of Maine’s most storied golf clubs. Kebo Valley Club in Bar Harbor and Penobscot Valley Country Club in Orono are to host “The Bunyan” this year on Saturday June 6 and Sunday June 7.

  • MMA Sailors Wrap Up Season

    CASTINE — With final exams upon them and the spring training cruise looming, the Maine Maritime Academy sailing team closed out its season last weekend sending crews to race in service academy regattas on both Buzzards Bay and Chesapeake Bay.

  • Lady Mariners Split with Lyndon State

    The Lady Mariners ended their season on a good note taking the second game of a double header on Sunday beating Lyndon State College 10-1 after losing the first game 12-3 in North Atlantic Conference action. MMA ends their season at 4-20 while Lyndon finished their regular season at 8-18.

  • Lady Mariners Split with Lyndon State

    The Lady Mariners ended their season on a good note taking the second game of a double header on Sunday beating Lyndon State College 10-1 after losing the first game 12-3 in North Atlantic Conference action. MMA ends their season at 4-20 while Lyndon finished their regular season at 8-18.

  • Lady Mariners Split with Lyndon State

    The Lady Mariners ended their season on a good note taking the second game of a double header on Sunday beating Lyndon State College 10-1 after losing the first game 12-3 in North Atlantic Conference action. MMA ends their season at 4-20 while Lyndon finished their regular season at 8-18. In game one, Lyndon State