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Sports

  • Sweet revenge for Waynflete; Flyers oust Cape in quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—A year ago, Waynflete's proud, powerhouse girls' lacrosse team suffered one of the most stunning playoff losses in its illustrious history. Wednesday afternoon at Fore River Field, the Flyers made sure it didn't happen again. Hosting Cape Elizabeth in a Western Class ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport names football, basketball coaches Freeport has named former assistant Paul St. Pierre as its new varsity varsity coach. St. Pierre will be assisted by longtime college coach Tom Radulski. The Falcons new boys' basketball coach is Bill Ridge, who is also the school's baseball co...

  • Drama, surprise abound as playoffs heat up

    (For the complete Falmouth-Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse and Falmouth-Cape Elizabeth and Freeport-Waynflete girls' lacrosse game stories, with photos and box scores, see theforecaster.net) The tennis playoffs are coming to a close, just as the baseball, softball and boys' and girl...

  • Tigers win 4th straight SPNLL title

    TheCalifano's Tigers recently won its fourth straight South Portland National Little League Majors championship

  • Drama, surprise abound as playoffs heat up

    (For the complete Waynflete-Freeport girls' lacrosse game story, with photos and a box score, see theforecaster.net) The tennis playoffs are coming to a close, just as baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse begin. City teams are in the thick of the hunt in each of...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Waynflete coaching openings Waynflete School has coaching openings for the fall and winter sports seasons. In the fall, there are openings for varsity field hockey assistant, varsity boys' soccer assistant, middle school boys' soccer and middle school girls' soccer. In the winter, Waynfl...

  • TA survives SP scare in quarterfinals

    SACO—On the heels of a terrific regular season, South Portland's girls' lacrosse team came into the Western Class A playoffs believing they could do something special. And for a half Wednesday afternoon, the sixth-ranked Red Riots gave No. 3 Thornton Academy fits in a quarterfinal ro...

  • Record-setting, thrilling day at state track meets--Southern edition

    Forecaster Country outdoor track and field stars made a major impact at two state championship meets last weekend. Scarborough and South Portland both performed very well at the Class A meet in Topsham. In fact, the Red Storm boys went into the final event, the 4x400 relay, trailing...

  • Deering downs Cheverus in prelim, earns date with Portland

    PORTLAND—For a team that hadn't taken part in the postseason in four years, the Deering Rams sure acted like they belonged Tuesday afternoon. Visiting rival Cheverus in a Western Class A baseball preliminary round contest at Kevin McDonald Memorial Field, the Rams erupted for 17 hits...

  • Cheverus' close call highlights track states

    Heading into the final event of Saturday's Class A outdoor track and field state meet, the 4x400 relay, the defending champion Cheverus boys were just two points out of first place. That's as close as the Stags would get to a repeat title, however, as they were disqualified after failing t...