February 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports & Outdoors

Record February snowfall at Sugarloaf and Sunday River

February = “Febru-buried” as skiers and snowboarders benefit from over five feet of snow just prior to President’s Vacation Week

CARRABASSETT VALLEY & NEWRY — In just over two weeks’ time, Sugarloaf and Sunday River —Maine’s two largest ski areas owned by parent company Boyne Resorts— are already reporting record snowfall totals for the month More...

Lady ‘Runners in Augusta

Lady Roadrunner Assistant Coach Scott Ladd and Coach Larry Donald spend a few minutes prepping the girls prior to their quarterfinal game against No. More...

Rangeley’s Winterpaloozah!

No celebration in northern Franklin County is complete without Kenrick Charles’ horsedrawn wagon rides. (Dee Menear photo) More...

Greenvale Cove donated to RLHT

RANGELEY — Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is excited to announce a recent gift of land on Rangeley Lake from the Geller family.  More...

Karl’s Kids Ski Day fundraiser returns to Sugarloaf

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The 10th annual Karl’s Kids Ski Day fundraiser will be held Saturday, March 4, at Sugarloaf.  More...

Lady Lumberjacks cut short by Lady ‘Runners

SALEM — Ten regular season wins out of 18 was what it took to catapult the Mt. Abram Lady Roadrunners into preliminary tournament play.  Last Tuesday, Feb. 7, the Lady Roadrunners battled it out with Hebron Lady Lumberjacks (11-7).  More...

Sno-Wanderers weekend a huge success

KINGFIELD — Parking was hard to come by if you took part in either of the Kingfield Sno-Wanderers’ events last weekend. Cars and trucks lined Route 27 near Gilmore Hill for the club’s annual Sledding Party Saturday, Feb. 18. More...