May 30, 2012 RSS feed / Sports & Outdoors

Dirty Dawg Mud Runs are back!

STRONG — Dirty Dawgs gathered for some tough competition at the Route 4 Raceway recently. About 300 fans and drivers came from New England to watch and compete in the six classes of competition.  More...

Not quite

In Cal Ripken Little League last week, Kingfield's Madison Phelps makes the catch on second, but Avon's Evan Reed made it there first, avoiding the out. (Christy White photo) More...

Crack of the bat...

Stratton’s Jake Theriault gets a hit in a Cal Ripken Little League game against Avon recently. More...

Golf Course Bridge repairs

The 14th and 15th bridges are under repair at the Sugarloaf Golf Course by Narrow Gauge Construction. The bridges were damaged during Tropical Storm Irene last August. More...

Summer Daze Camp

FARMINGTON — The University at Farmington Fitness and Recreation Center Summer Daze Camp operates for seven week-long sessions beginning June 25 from the center.  The program is designed for children ages 6 to 12. More...

Sugarloaf Golf Club open

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The Sugarloaf Golf Club kicked off its 27th season Friday, May 25. More...

Prelims began Tuesday

Mt. Abram softball & baseball

Softball   SALEM — The race for the final playoff spot in Western Maine Class C softball took an ugly turn for Mt. Abram when St. Dom’s slipped past the Roadrunners into the No. 9 spot at the end of last week. St. More...

Final Moose Calling qualifier

RANGELEY — The final qualifying event for the World Invitational Moose Calling Championship will take place at Bald Mountain Camps Saturday, June 2 at 6 p.m. More...

So respectable

Mt. Abram’s Taylor Jordan has put together a solid season for the Roadrunners both in the field and on the pitcher’s mound. (Highway Four photo) More...

Sky Program planned

RANGELEY — The Wilhelm Reich Museum’s monthly Sky Program will be Tuesday, June 5 and Wednesday, June 6 at the museum’s Conference Center on Dodge Pond Road at 5:30 p.m.  More...