• Ellsworth boys’ basketball team extends win streak to 6 games

    ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth boys’ basketball extended its winning streak to six games with wins over Presque Isle and Caribou over the weekend. On Friday, Ellsworth avenged its Dec. 27 loss to Presque Isle (10-3) with a 61-57 victory in the rematch. Zach Harris scored a game-high 24 points for the Eagles, who game back

  • GSA boys cruise to wins over Bucksport, Sumner

    BLUE HILL — The George Stevens Academy boys’ basketball team stretched its winning streak to 11 games with recent wins against Bucksport and Sumner. Against Bucksport on Saturday, GSA got 29 points and 10 steals from Taylor Schildroth in a 73-39 win. The Eagles also received 13 points and 14 rebounds from senior Max Mattson,

  • Deer Isle-Stonington girls edge Bucksport to reach 12-0

    BUCKSPORT — The Deer Isle-Stonington girls’ basketball team improved its record to 12-0 on the season Monday with a 46-39 road win against Bucksport. Junior Lily Gray and freshman Kaylee Morey provided 10 points each for undefeated Deer Isle-Stonington, which withstood a 21-point performance from Bucksport senior Cassie Coombs to earn the road victory. The

  • MDI boys surge in 4th quarter to beat Ellsworth

    MDI boys surge in 4th quarter to beat Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH — As he knelt near the visiting bench inside a roaring Katsiaficas Gymnasium, Justin Norwood couldn’t have asked for the fourth quarter to come at a better time. Moments earlier, Norwood had watched from the sidelines as what seemed to be a commanding 17-point lead for his MDI boys’ basketball team wilted away. A

  • Sumner boys stun Bucksport to avenge blowout loss

    SULLIVAN — The Sumner boys’ basketball team moved up to seventh place in the Class C North standings Tuesday with a 67-61 win over visiting Bucksport. Colby McLean had a game-high 21 points for Sumner (5-4), which avenged a 49-point loss to the Golden Bucks on Dec. 27. Ethan Young added 11 points for the

  • Ellsworth boys use hot shooting to edge Orono

    Ellsworth boys use hot shooting to edge Orono

    ELLSWORTH — Playing for the third time in four days, Saturday had the potential to be an exhausting affair for the Ellsworth boys’ basketball team. Instead of fading, the team delivered one of its best performances yet. The Eagles were .500 after returning from their annual trip to Aroostook County, but after making 13 3-pointers