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Sports

  • Scarborough girls' lax players make college commitments

    Scarborough senior lacrosse standouts Miranda Page (left) and Kaitlin Prince, joined by their Premier coach, Lauren Reid, signed their National Letters of Intent in a ceremony last week to attend Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts (Page) and Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida (Pr...

  • Cape softball star commits to U. Maine

    Cape Elizabeth senior softball standout Ashley Tinsman, joined by her parents, Pat and Jen, coach Joe Henrikson and her teammates, signs her National Letter of Intent to attend and play softball at the University of Maine during a ceremony Monday afternoon.

  • Cheverus hoops star signs Letter of Intent

    Cheverus senior Jillian Libby, joined by her parents, Rick and Kirsten, and athletic director Gary Hoyt, signs her National Letter of Intent to attend and play basketball at Division I New Jersey Institute of Technology during a ceremony last week at the high school. Libby's older sister, Kylie, ...

  • Falmouth soccer team wins state title and Tri-State Cup

    Falmouth's U-13 boys' soccer team recently captured the Maine state title, edging Cumberland in the final, 2-1. Falmouth then went to Pembroke, New Hampshire and defeated the state champions from both New Hampshire and Vermont to capture the Tri-State cup. Front row (left to right): Angus...

  • Portland hoops coach honored

    Longtime Portland High School boys' basketball coach Joe Russo (second from right) recently received the inaugural Clubs & Claws Champion Award by Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine at the sixth annual Kids & Claws Dinner held at the Portland Expo. The Clubs & ...

  • Super Six Football Poll

    The final football poll of the season. This poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from Cape Elizabeth to Freeport) and is based solely on my opinion. Football

  • Stags let one slip away, drop regional final to Windham in OT

    PORTLAND—If you ever wonder why coaches obsess about special teams, Saturday afternoon's Windham at Cheverus Eastern Class A Final at Boulos Stadium illustrated why. The Eagles made both field goal attempts and converted an extra point, while the Stags failed to convert a field goal ...

  • Brunswick soccer team wins championship

    The Brunswick U-14 girls' soccer team won the recent Division 1 Maine state championship in Yarmouth. Brunswick won its division with wins over Falmouth, 2-0, Winslow, 2-1, and Scarborough, 3-0, defeated Gorham, 4-3, in penalty kicks in the state semifinal game, and beat York, 2-1, in the final.

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC men stay undefeated The men's basketball team at Southern Maine Community College improved to 4-0 after Saturday's 81-79 home win over Berkeley (NYC). Josh Tuplin had 29 points off the bench to spark the victory. The Seawolves looked to improve to 5-0 Wednesday when they visited Bri...

  • Scarborough football's run ends

    No football team was hotter over the second half of the season than Scarborough, but the Red Storm finally met their match in the semifinals last weekend. Scarborough, which began the season 0-4, only to awaken and win four in a row to earn the No. 4 seed in Western Class A before eliminat...