South Portland High’s John Wassenbergh, left, and Jeff Hogan cut the net after the team’s five-overtime victory over Bangor in the Class A men’s basketball state championship game on March 14, 1992. John Ewing/Staff File Photo The 1992 South Portland boys’ basketball team finally has championship company. For three decades,Read More →

For the first time in the 1940s-more year history of northeast-10 VSIn the conference, one university won both the women’s and men’s basketball championships in the same season: Bentley University. The Falcons made history Sunday with the women’s 56-49 win over Stonehill College and the men’s 68-62 win over FranklinRead More →

The Vancouver Island University basketball program was perfect in the PacWest game. Both the VIU Mariners men’s and women’s baseball teams wrapped up the regular season last Thursday, February 24, with wins over the Camosun Chargers at Vancouver Island University Gymnasium. The women’s Mariners (18-0) edged the Chargers 90-62 earlyRead More →

Five games in five days. Charleston College and the Citadel. TD Arena and McAlister Field House. Dance teams and commissioned cadets. Incredible returns and blown leads, clutch shots and resounding free throws. The Cougars and Bulldogs played five home games in five days last week, with the College of CharlestonRead More →

Through: Ray Fisher Sunday January 23, 2022 | 11:01 a.m. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Baldwin’s Nathan Richards drives to the basket past Amere Brown of Woodland Hills December 13 during their game at Franklin Regional High School. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Baldwin’s Connor Gitzen celebrates with James Wesling after scoringRead More →

Even before the opening of the holiday basketball tournaments this week, Albemarle varsity teams both played and won championships in a two-day tournament hosted by Anson County last week. women’s basketball The Bulldogs opened the tournament with a 45-41 win over Christ the King High School in Huntersville. Amari Baldwin,Read More →

RS Central did East Henderson no favors on Monday night. The Hilltoppers beat Hendersonville Friday night at Jim Pardue Gymnasium, 79-78. The Bearcats’ loss was their first regular season loss in nearly two years. Hendersonville didn’t like the taste of losing. On Monday, the Bearcats stormed in for 37 first-quarterRead More →