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.
Patriots Win, Suffer Injuries [VIDEO]
It wasn't the run away many had predicted but the good news for the Patriots is they beat Washington 27-10. The bad news is they sustained more injuries in the process.
Edelman 2 TD’s, Patriots Move to 7-0 [VIDEO]
Despite a short week to prepare, the New England Patriots are the first team in the NFL to post a 7-0 record after beating the Miami Dolphins Thursday night 36-7.
Cueto Throws Complete Game, KC Wins [VIDEO]
Johnny Cueto has had an up and down season since his trade to the Kansas City Royals, Wednesday he was up and went the distance to help the the Royals beat the New York Mets 7-1.
Brady Throws For 355yds, Pats Win [VIDEO]
Tom Brady has done many things in his career but until today has never been the teams leading passer and rusher in a game. His play led the Patriots over the Jets 30-23.
Yogi Berra Passes Away 1925-2015 [VIDEO]
He is one of the most iconic figures in the sport of baseball and on Monday night his family announced that former New York Yankee Yogi Berra had passes away at the age of 90 at his home in New Jersey.
Kenny Chesney Gets His Black Bear On
Not only is Kenny Chesney one of the biggest country music acts around, he is also a big football fan and became an honorary member of UMaine Thursday night.
Brady: “I Did Nothing Wrong”
For the first time since the NFL upheld the his 4-game suspension, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has responded the league's decision.
NFL, Brady Meet For 11 hours [VIDEO]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady finally got his day to appeal the four game suspension handed down by the NFL as a result of the deflategate controversy.
UMaine’s Holly Stewart Named Woman of the Year
University of Maine field hockey player Holly Stewart has been awarded the 2015 America East Women of the Year Award, the first female Black Bear to receive the honor.