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Sports

  • Deering shows no mercy, avenges loss vs. Massabesic

    PORTLAND—Deering's baseball team has emerged from the struggles of its recent past. Now, the Rams are hoping to return to their one-time glory. Thursday evening at Hadlock Field, Deering made quick work of visiting Massabesic, avenging an Opening Day loss with a "mercy-rule" w...

  • No revenge...Scarborough girls lose to TA

    SCARBOROUGH—It's hard to serve up a nice, cold dish of revenge when you can't even get the ball. Scarborough's girls' lacrosse team came into Thursday night's home showdown at the Kippy Mitchell Sports Complex against neighbor and rival Thornton Academy with one eye on the past and o...

  • Cape tennis tandems reach WMC consolation final

    Cape Elizabeth's Maddie Bowe (second from left) and Sarah O'Connor (far right) beat teammates Hannah Sawyer (far left) and Taylor Hansen (second from right), 8-4, in the consolation finals of Saturday's Western Maine Conference doubles tennis championships. Also pictured: Cape Elizabeth c...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP Youth Football registration Online registration is underway for South Portland Youth Football. Registration is for grades 2-8. FMI,southpo...

  • Hard to believe, but spring sports season halfway over

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Scarborough-Cheverus baseball, Cape Elizabeth-Scarborough and Cape Elizabeth-Falmouth boys' lacrosse and Cape Elizabeth-Falmouth, Cape Elizabeth-Gorham and Scarborough-Waynflete girls' lacrosse game stories, with box scores and photos, see theforecaster.net)

  • Hard to believe, but spring sports season half over

    It feels like the spring sports season has just began, but many teams have already completed half of their schedule. That means that it's time to start paying attention to the Heal Points and possible playoff positioning with the postseason just a few weeks away. Here's a glimpse at what o...

  • Portland continues to impress, blanks Marshwood

    PORTLAND—One win could be dismissed as a fluke, but two? Two is an affirmation. That Portland's baseball team is pretty darn good. Regardless of the competition. Thursday afternoon, on a gorgeous day at Hadlock Field, the Bulldogs hosted the team they upset on Op...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth lacrosse holding fundraiser Falmouth's lacrosse program is holding a Scoop for Loot fundraiser to raise money in support of Lacrosse the Nations' mission to serve underprivileged children in the United States and Latin America. There will be two different Scoops for Loot, one he...

  • Falmouth rings victory Bell (six times) in win at Waynflete

    PORTLAND—Syd the Kid turned Fore River Fields into her personal playground Wednesday afternoon and Falmouth's girls' lacrosse team made another powerful statement as a result. The Yachtsmen continued their climb back to dominance after last week's home loss to Cape Elizabeth by going...

  • Former Yachtsmen lead Endicott men's lax to tournament

    Former Falmouth High standouts (from left) Mike Ryan, Cam Bell and Mitch Tapley helped lead Endicott College to a Commonwealth Coast Conference men's lacrosse championship this spring. The Gulls made it to the second round of the Division III tournament, but lost Saturday at SUNY Cortland, 13-6. ...