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Sports

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMAA football all-stars named Several Scarborough and South Portland football players were named to the Southwestern Maine Activities Association team. The first-team offense included South Portland lineman Danny Guiliani and wide receiver Hayden Owen. Scarborough quarterback Jack Hughes...

  • Frustrating weekend for Polar Bears

    Bowdoin's John Swords looks for an open teammate during the Polar Bears' 61-48 home loss to rival Colby last weekend. Bowdoin had beaten the Mules eight straight times, but fell to 4-3 on the season.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Grover steps down at Freeport Rob Grover, the only coach the Freeport varsity football program has known, has stepped down. Grover, who went 19-31 in his six seasons, twice leading the Falcons to the playoffs, said that he recently got a job promotion and that the time was right to move ...

  • Undermanned Deering no match for TA

    PORTLAND—A flu bug decimated the Deering girls' basketball team this week and as a result, the Rams were far from full strength Wednesday evening when they faced the already daunting task of hosting preseason favorite Thornton Academy. What ensued wasn't much of a surprise. Th...

  • Slow start dooms Capeflete in third straight loss

    PORTLAND—After enjoying a quick start to the 2014-15 season, the Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete girls' hockey team has hit a rough patch. Capeflete suffered close losses to top West Region contenders Falmouth and Scarborough and Wednesday, welcomed Edward Little/Leavitt hoping to get back ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Eastern A football all-stars named Several Cheverus, Deering and Portland football players were named to the Eastern A All-Conference team. On offense, Cheverus' Joe Fitzpatrick (running back), Liam LaFountain (running back) and Dan O'Brion (line), Deering's Dom Bernard (wide receiver) a...

  • Fitzpatrick wins Gatorade award

    Cheverus senior standout Joe Fitzpatrick was named the Gatorade Maine Football Player of the Year last week. Fitzpatrick, a running back, who was already honored at the league level and named Cheverus' Fall Male Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row, ran for 2,071 yards and 27 touchdow...

  • Waynflete field hockey players honored

    Waynflete field hockey standouts Dana Peirce and Chloe Williams (joined by coach Kelly Hoffman) were recently named to the All-State team by the Maine Field Hockey Coaches Association. Peirce was also named to the Academic All-State team.

  • Scarborough's Dobecki wins Miss Maine Field Hockey award!

    Scarborough senior Maddy Dobecki (joined by her coach, Kerry Mariello) shows off the trophy after being named Miss Maine Field Hockey Sunday by the Maine Field Hockey Association. Dobecki, who played a key role on the Red Storm's run to the Class A title, scored 12 goals and added 15 assists this...

  • Top honors for city soccer stars

    Deering senior soccer standout Stephen Ochan was named Maine's lone boys' All-American at Sunday's Maine Soccer Coaches All-Star Banquet. Ochan was also named one of three Maine male All-New England members, the Class A Player of the Year and to the All-State team, where he was joined by Cheverus...