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ELLSWORTH — Basketball attention will shift from high school to middle school this weekend as the 14th annual Hancock County Sheriff’s Cup tournament takes place at four Ellsworth venues.
ELLSWORTH — He’s just a sophomore, but on Sunday, Talor Hamilton of the Ellsworth Eagles will be honored as Maine’s Class B boys’ Swimmer of the Year.
ORONO — The Dolphins of the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA swam their way to second place last weekend at the Maine YMCA Championships at the University of Maine.
BANGOR -- With a 56-47 defeat in a hard-fought game Friday night, the Mount Desert Island High School girls are state runners-up in Class B basketball. For their opponents, Lake Region High School, the state title is the first since 1975, despite winning the Western Maine Championship six times since 2006.
ELLSWORTH — About 15 coaches involved with Little League baseball and softball teams in the Ellsworth area have completed a six-hour session of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) training, according to Bob Gillis of Ellsworth, safety officer for Maine’s Little League District 1.