- UMaine Women's and Mens basketball teams completed a double header yesterday, both teams score victories over their opponents.
Kibbles and Picks 2015 – Week 12
Another week of mediocrity from both of us – I managed to hit .500 for the first time in what seems like forever, though just barely. 7-7 is less than spectacular. Stella’s struggles also continued, however, to the tune of 6-8.
That’s one more game – Stella’s lead has dwindled to just three games. Now that the bye weeks are over, there are even more games on the docket, giving me that many more opportunities to catch up. Still, the season’s end is definitely approaching – if I’m going to make a movie, it needs to happen soon.
University of Maine at Fort Kent Bengals bring men’s and women’s national soccer titles back to Maine
FORT KENT -- It was a season of symmetry at the University of Maine at Fort Kent with both the men’s and women’s Bengal soccer teams winning more than 20 games each against just two losses on their paths to winning USCAA National Soccer Championships in dominate fashion.
The UMFK Men’s Soccer team cruised to a 21-2 record, outscoring opponents 126-18, scoring 50 goals more than any other team. The Bengals finished the season winning 13 straight matches and were first in goals, shots, shots on goal, assists and shutouts. This is the UMFK Men’s second 2nd USCAA National Championship this decade.
Previewing the 103rd Grey Cup
Edmonton, Ottawa to face off for CFL championship
While the NFL season is definitely in full swing, the stakes are even higher north of the border.
‘Concussion’ makes an impact
Book shares story of the man who discovered CTE
In the United States of 2015, there’s no question that the National Football League is king. No professional sports league holds anything close to the sway that the NFL does over our culture.
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