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Massey hurls season opener shutout in Crusaders 12-0 win

April 25, 2015
John Bapst's Kayla Massey delivers a strikeout pitch during the first game of a doubleheader with Caribou on Saturday in Hampden. Bapst won the game 12-0 in six innings. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden – Kayla Massey hurled a 3-hit shutout and added two doubles as John Bapst took advantage of five Caribou errors good for seven runs in a 12-0 Mercy Rule win in a mutual season opener in Hampden on Saturday afternoon. Bapst scored four runs in the first inning on a walk, two singles and two Caribou errors and never looked back. Madi Higgins drove in the only run of the game that Massey needed with a first inning rbi single. In the second inning, a Jocelyn Bell single and two more Vikings errors allowed Bapst to add another...
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Reilly leads Bangor to season opening win over Broncos

April 22, 2015
Bangor's Emily Reilly delivers a strikeout pitch during a season opening game against Hampden Academy at Bangor on Wednesday. Bangor won the game 4-0. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Bangor – It took a while for the hits to start coming for the Bangor High School softball team, but once the ball started dropping in or finding holes the Rams were able to put some runs on the scoreboard and came away with a 4-0 victory over Hampden Academy in a mutual season opener at Bangor High School on Wednesday afternoon. Bangor managed just three hits over the first three innings despite hitting some hard line drives or hard fly balls that were directed right at the broncos defense. In the fourth inning the Rams pushed the first...
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Broncos defeat Oceanside for Unified Basketball Eastern Maine championship

March 17, 2015
Oceanside's Eddie Davis (left) attempts to block a shot by Hampden's Isaiah Palmer during the Eastern Maine Unified championship on Tuesday. Hampden won the game 44-36. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden- Before a packed gymnasium at Hampden Academy Tuesday evening, the Hampden Bronco Unified basketball team got 21 points from Isaiah Palmer to defeat the Oceanside Mariners Unified team 44-36 to claim the Eastern Maine Championship. Unified Basketball partners students with developmental disabilities (Unified Student Athlete) with students without developmental disabilities (Unified Student Partners). A partnership between the Maine Principles Association and the Special Olympics of Maine helped to introduce Unified basketball into a number of high schools in the state of Maine this winter. Hampden started strong in the opening period taking a 6-0 lead including a pair...
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Broncos win Unified Basketball quarterfinal over Oak Hill

March 10, 2015
The Hampden Academy Unified basketball team stands as one during the National Anthem prior to their quarterfinal game with Oak Hill on Tuesday. Hampden won the game 34-20. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden – On Tuesday afternoon, No. 3 Hampden Academy picked up a 34-20 win over No. 6 Oak Hill in a Unified Basketball quarterfinal game at Hampden Academy. With the victory, Hampden improves to 4-1 and moves on to the semifinal round. They will take on No. 2 Lewiston High School in Lewiston at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 12. Oak Hill finishes their season at 1-5. The Maine Principle’s Association web site states that Unified Basketball partners students with developmental disabilities (Unified Student Athlete) with students without developmental disabilities (Unified Student Partners) to train, compete, and represent their...
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Glenburn takes home GOLD BALL in 3/4 boys tournament

March 9, 2015
The Glenburn 3/4 boys team poses for photos after winning the Glenburn Rec tournament on Sunday. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Glenburn – Sunday afternoon at the Glenburn School, the Glenburn 3rd/4th grade boys wrapped up a perfect week-end with a 35-33 victory over Ellsworth to win the Glenburn Rec tournament. Glenburn finished the two day tourney with a 6-0 record. The final standings for the tournament: Glenburn 6-0, Ellsworth 4-2, Pittsfield 2-3, Old Town 1-4, Millinocket 0-4. To get to the championship game, Glenburn held Old Town scoreless in two quarters of the semifinal game for a 26-9 win. Brandon Butterfield scored 16 points for the Chargers. Andrew Day added six points, and both Reese Kenney and Greg Baines...
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Glenburn Rec hosts 3/4 boys tournament

March 7, 2015
Glenburn's Brandon Butterfield (center) slices between two Old Town players during the opening game of the Glenburn Rec 3/4 boys tournament on Saturday. Glenburn won the game 36-24. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Glenburn – Saturday at the Glenburn School, the Glenburn Rec hosted the 3rd/4th grade boys basketball tournament. All Glenburn tournaments are normally eight teams, but this week-end is just a 5-team tournament with all teams guaranteed at least four games. Teams included are Ellsworth, Millinocket, Old Town Rec, Pittsfield, and the host team Glenburn. In the first three games of the tournament, Glenburn, Ellsworth, and Old Town all came away with wins (Old Town 1-1). Glenburn defeated Old Town 36-24 in the opener. Ellsworth, playing catch up all game long, scored a basket inside the final 30 seconds to...
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