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Carter Skagg First Signee with Midcoast Sternmen

Carter Skagg First Signee with Midcoast Sternmen

The Midcoast Sternmen, Rockland’s first professional basketball team, has signed its first player – Carter Skagg. Watch this interview in which Charlie Crockett introduces Carter Skagg and discusses the Midcoast Sternmen with sponsor Brad Galley and head coach Jim Graffam.

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Vintage Boys Basketball, Season 3, Game # 3 : Camden Hills vs. Winslow 12/11/2001

Vintage Boys Basketball, Season 3, Game # 3 : Camden Hills vs. Winslow 12/11/2001

Watch this Vintage Boys Basketball Game, Season 3 Game # 3 between the Camden Hills Windjammers and the Winslow Black Raiders, played in December 2001. This was the first varsity basketball game played at the new Camden Hills gym. The starters for the Windjammers were Sam May, Peter Moro, Will Dennan, Troy Gabrielle, and Tyler Warren. Starting for the Black Raiders were Chris Labree, Mica Grant, Nate Bowden, Adam Haskell, and Mike Hewes.
This program starts with an important interview with the creators of the Midcoast Sternmen – a new pro basketball team that will be based in Rockland , Maine, playing games this late spring and summer. Be sure to learn all about this exciting addition to Midcoast basketball.

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Maine Vintage Boys Basketball Season 2 # 1: Camden-Rockport vs. Wiscasset 12/15/1998

Maine Vintage Boys Basketball Season 2 # 1: Camden-Rockport vs. Wiscasset 12/15/1998

Watch this Vintage Maine High School Boys Basketball Vintage Basketball Game from December 15. 1998 featuring Camden-Rockport vs. Wiscasset. The starters for Coach Jeff Hart’s Windjammers were Jim Wilson, Jon Moro, Mike MacDonald, Tim Marden, and Nathan Neville. The starters for Wiscasset, coached by Tim Flanagan, were Ben Neal, Chris Savage, Chris Wicks, Matt Hayburlee, and Jeremy Dalton. The Tv Crew for this game was play-by-play announcer Charlie Crockett, analyst Don Palmer, and videographer Penny Crockett.

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Washington’s new maverick: Jared Golden

Washington’s new maverick: Jared Golden

President Biden’s coronavirus economic stimulus bill passed Congress on a straight party vote. Almost.

All of the Republicans in the House and Senate voted against it. All of the Democrats voted for it, except one. That was Jared Golden, the representative from Maine’s 2nd District.

His vote raises the historical question of the role of a legislator. Golden said he opposed the bill because it contained items that had little or nothing to do with economic recovery — its avowed purpose — but were elements of the Democratic Party’s broader legislative agenda. As a result, it cost too much. That was his personal conviction…

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Dear Friends: Sea Smoke

Dear Friends: Sea Smoke

Sea smoke has always attracted me; it is certainly one of the most obvious visual indicators of serious cold…of serious winter…

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