Mark is a graduate of Bangor High School and The University of Maine where he studied journalism. He began working at The Ticket as a sophomore in college and has been senior producer and host of The Drive since Jan. 2016. Mark is an avid Boston sports fan (fanatic) and will try to sneak in 10 seconds of Premier League Soccer on the airwaves whenever possible.
Coyotes Beat Madison,Now 7-0 [HS SCORES]
The Old Town Coyotes picked up their seventh straight win Friday night, defeating the Madison Bulldogs, 45-18.
Rogerson Leads Brewer Past Brunswick
The Brewer Witches earned their biggest win on the football field in several years Friday night when they beat the previously unbeaten Brunswick Dragons 34-27.
Witches Win Big On Homecoming [SCORES]
The Brewer Witches moved to 4-1 on the year with a commanding victory in front of a large homecoming crowd Friday night at Doyle Field.
Bonny Eagle Blows By Bangor [SCORES]
Bonny Eagle and Bangor both entered Friday night's contest in search of their first win of the year, but one team left feeling much better about their season.
Huskies Cruise Past Red Riots [SCORES]
The MCI Huskies continued their dominant start to the high school football season by traveling to Orono and shutting out the Red Riots 67-0.
Husson Drops Season Opener To Alfred U.
Alfred University overcame a slow start to beat the Husson Eagles in both teams respective season openers 39-25 at the Winkin Complex.
Edward Little Upsets Bangor In Opener [SCORES]
The Edward Little Red Eddies erased a 12-point fourth quarter deficit on the road to beat a shocked Rams team 22-19 in Friday's season opener.
Pennsylvania, Ohio Earn Semifinal Spots
Day 3 of the Senior League World Series saw the host team Old Town suffer its first loss while Italy and Curacao had their tournament come to an end in elimination games.
Old Town Rallies In Front Of Home Crowd
The District 3 champions from Old Town rallied to win their tournament debut, 6-2 over Asia-Pacific.
Defending Champs One-Hit Virginia
After a dramatic 12-inning win yesterday, Texas responded by beating the U.S. Southeast team from Virginia, 8-2.