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The Outer Limits Tour

Jul 26, 2011 • by john michalman • Rave X 364
The Outer Limits Tour is a traveling sledstyle (snowmobile freestyle) show. The tour is based out of South Portland Maine, but have performed as far away as Michigan. The Outer Limits Tour feature riders from the Rave X freestyle team. If you have been to a show then you know we love what we do, More

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I Was the Worst High School Quarterback Ever

Aug 26, 2014 • Slate Magazine
This was against teams from the smallest schools in eastern Maine, which is about as far you can get, both geographically and athletically, from the high school football hotbeds of California, Texas, and Florida. I did not, to my knowledge, ever play ... More

Maine high school sports teams kick off preseason practice schedules

Aug 18, 2014 • WCSH-TV
(NEWS CENTER) -- Fall sports practices are underway, and teams across Maine got up early Monday morning to begin working hard. The Bucksport Football team actually practiced at 12:01 this morning so they could be the first team out on the field getting ... More

Hermon High School's new football coach eyes program's growth

Aug 28, 2014 • Bangor Daily News
HERMON, Maine — Brad Deuring's playing career was spent in the trenches, a lineman opening holes for the rushing attack and protecting the quarterback at Husson University. But as the new head football coach at Hermon High School, the Medway, ... More

Abuse allegations preceded Ordman Alley's ouster from Maine sports halls of fame

Aug 23, 2014 • Bangor Daily News
BANGOR, Maine — Allegations of sexual abuse against famed Jonesport-Beals High School basketball coach Ordman Alley precipitated his recent removal from two Maine athletic halls of fame, multiple sources told the Bangor Daily News on Friday. More

Four classes a good fit for Maine high school football

Aug 30, 2014 • Press Herald
From 1987-2012, the MPA operated a three-class system for high school football. As with every MPA-sanctioned sport, classification is based on high school enrollments. Over the years, coaches and supporters sought a better way to group the schools. More

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