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Sports

  • NYA girls' hockey players take part in nationals

    North Yarmouth Academy girls' hockey players senior Jen Machin and juniors Elizabeth Coughlin and Mary Morrison competed on the Portland Junior Pirates U-19 team at the USA Hockey national championships in Amherst, N.Y. earlier this month. Coughlin scored two goals in a regional tournament victor...

  • Southern edition Winter Coaches of the Year

    Ed. Note: This story will appear in our April 18 print edition.

  • Northern edition Winter Coaches of the Year

    Ed. Note: This story will appear in our April 17 print edition.

  • Portland edition Coaches of the Year

    Ed. Note: This story will appear in our April 16 print edition.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation seeking equipment Brunswick resident and Cheverus senior Alex Logan's Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation is seeking sticks and balls for its clinics, which provide equipment and instruction free of charge to underserved female youth in Maine. FMI,

  • South Sports Roundup

    Volleyball officials clinic upcoming The Maine Association of Volleyball Officials is offering a Rookie Officials Clinic Saturday, April 12 at South Portland High School. FMI, mavo@ma-vo.org

  • NYA honors top winter athletes

    North Yarmouth Academy recently honored its top winter athletes. Boys' basketball's most valuable player was Chase Gendron, with the Coach's award going to Forrest Chicoine. The junior varsity squad gave it Coach's award to Andy Liu and named Nathaniel Sinibaldi Most Improved.

  • Freeport's winter finest honored

    Freeport recently handed out its winter sports awards. Boys' basketball gave its Coach's award to Matt Schutheis, its Master Charge award to Jack Davenport and its Booster's Pride and Character award to Chandler Birmingham. Junior varsity Athletic Excellence awards went to Matt Neil...

  • Freeport skier qualifies for Can Ams

    Freeport's Jay Pier recently won the U-16 Eastern Finals in both the slalom and Super G and placed sixth in the giant slalom, qualifying for the Can-Ams in Mont Tremblant, Quebec, as a result. He competed at the Can-Ams March 20-23.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Old Port Hoopla 3-on-3 tournament upcoming The Old Port Hoopla 3-on-3 basketball tournament will be held May 3 at a new location, the Portland Exposition Building. There will be divisions for men, women, high school and middle school. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Bren...