Clem is a native of Old Town and has covered sports locally for 20 years. As a lifelong resident of the area, he knows the importance of local sports to the communities and the passion that fans in those communities have for their teams. In 1999, Clem was named Maine Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. Additionally he has received 18 awards form the Maine Association of Broadcasters and the Maine Associated Press for his work in reporting and play-by-play. Some of his most memorable moments in sports include the UMaine women’s basketball win over Stanford in the NCAA Tournament, attending the “Snow Bowl” game when the Patriots beat the Raiders in the AFC playoffs and calling the Senior League World Series Championship when Bangor played Aruba. Clem is a graduate of Old Town High School and the New England School of Communications and lives in Bradley.
Bull Riding A Hit In Bangor [PHOTOS]
The Blue Def Bull Rider Tour made its way to the city of Bangor for the first time and has proven to be a big hit with sold out shows on both Friday and Saturday nights.
Cold Shooting Costs Polar Bears
The Bowdoin Polar Bears run in the NCAA tournament has ended following a 60-53 loss to Rochester University Yellow Jackets Friday night.
The Beard Too Much For Boston [VIDEO]
The Boston Celtics have made a living at coming back from double digit deficits this season. That was not the case Friday night in a 102-98 loss to Houston.
Maine’s Hall Goes For NCAA National Championship
She is just a freshman at Iowa State but Kate Hall from Casco will attempt to win an NCAA national championship tonight as she competes in the long jump.
Mr & Miss Basketball Awarded Tonight
The best high school senior basketball players in the state will be in Bangor this weekend for the annual all-star games as well as the awarding of Mr. & Miss Basketball.
Celtics Win 14th Straight At Garden [VIDEO]
After three days off the Boston Celtics played sluggish in the first half of their game against Memphis. However it changed in the second half as the green pulled away for a 116-96 win over the Grizzlies.
Former Black Bear Swavely Gets Philly Deal
The hockey season is continuing for University of Maine senior Steven Swavely who has signed an amateur tryout contract with the Philadelphia Flyers.
Patriots Make Moves Prior To Free Agency
Free agency in the NFL begins today at 4pm when the leagues new fiscal year starts. In preparation for today the New England Patriots have made some roster decisions.
Manning Recognized By Patriots Players
Following the announcement from quarterback Peyton Manning that he was retiring he received much support and recognition including current and former Patriots.
Buchholz Struggles, Sox Win [VIDEO]
When the Boston Red Sox signed David Price as their ace in the off season, many hoped the pressure would be off Clay Buchholz and he could become the number 2 man in the rotation.