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Sports

  • 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. ...

  • Hard to believe, but spring season halfway done

    Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Greely baseball, Greely-Yarmouth softball, Falmouth-Cheverus boys' lacrosse and Falmouth-Cape Elizabeth and Yarmouth-Kennebunk girls' lacrosse game stories, with box scores and photos, see theforecaster.net) It feels like the spring sports seaso...

  • Cape girls run into buzzsaw at Kennebunk

    KENNEBUNK—Momentum is a funny thing in sports. It can disappear as quickly as it arrives. After enjoying a week to remember, Cape Elizabeth's girls' lacrosse team took what it thought was momentum to the site of the program's finest hour Wednesday evening, but in a matter of m...

  • Cheverus weathers storm, rallies to edge Portland

    PORTLAND—Sometimes all you need is a rainbow and a little bit of luck. Tuesday afternoon at Deering High's Memorial Field, Cheverus' girls' lacrosse team struggled through an error-prone first half against host Portland, didn't score for over 18 minutes and trailed, 5-2, at halftime....

  • Cape boys explode, beat Falmouth for seventh straight time

    FALMOUTH—When the two-time defending Class B champion Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team flips the switch, all you can do is sit back and say, 'Wow!' Tuesday evening, in a showdown at rival Falmouth, the Capers twice put on a show, demonstrating that when they're at their best, no op...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Run for Hope upcoming The 9th annual Run for Hope, a 5K run/walk to benefit Catherine McAuley High School's Jim and Maxine Pouravelis Scholarship Fund, will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the ...

  • Hard to believe, but spring season half over

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Cheverus-Scarborough and Deering-South Portland baseball, Cheverus-Falmouth boys' lacrosse and Waynflete-Scarborough girls' lacrosse game stories, with box scores and photos, see theforecaster.net) It feels like the spring sports season has just began, ...