December 10, 2008 RSS feed / Sports & Outdoors

Outdoor Center open!

The Mt. Abram High School Nordic Team skis through the tape to officially open the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center for the 2008-09 season. Insiders say there is lots of good Nordic terrain open. More...

Local outdoor groups provide assistance to Penobscots

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The quote from Rose Scribner in the Bangor Daily News on Nov. 21 said it all: "We sent out the last bag we had earlier this week… We are empty - -completely empty. More...

Ski scholarships awarded

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Friday, Nov. 21, the board of the Sugarloaf Regional Ski Educational Foundation met to distribute $2,100 in scholarships from the Brook Gallup Fund and McKay Waddle Scholarship Fund. More...

Ski racing at Sugarloaf starts in earnest

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The Sugarloaf Opener was held Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6 and 7 at Sugarloaf Mountain. Saturday, slaloms were held on Narrow Gauge with 40 gates and 39 direction changes in the first run and 46 and 44 in the second. More...

Norton joins MTA coaching staff

SALEM TOWNSHIP -- One of the fan favorites back in 2006, Jordan Norton use to light up the boards as a Mt. Abram senior as a member of the Roadrunner basketball team. More...

Sugarloaf summit open

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Receiving more than two feet of natural snow on its trails and glades since it opened, Sugarloaf opened its summit last week. More...

Young hunters get their bucks

Kevin brings one down Kevin Smith shot his first deer on Wednesday, Dec. 3. The seven-point, 156-pound buck, was shot on Tuft's Pond Road at 7:30 a.m. with his 50-caliber muzzle loader. (Cara Smith photo) More...

Mr. Bits Standings

Week 7 & Total

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