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Sports

  • Strong showing for Portland Porpoises at JO championships

    The Portland Porpoise swim club took part in the Maine Junior Olympic championships March 13-16 at Bowdoin College and placed third overall. Over 50 swimmers competed and age group winners included Eric Delmonte (15-plus) and Emily Ecker (11-12). Other strong showings came from Charlotte Pratt (1...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    PAYSA holding evaluations, sign-ups The Portland Area Youth Soccer Association (PAYSA) is holding sign-ups, Wednesday, April 16, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Riverton Community Center (use the pool entrance). PAYSA will be holding evaluations for its fall travel program on

  • Red Sox look to repeat championship magic

    The Yankees will spend a lot of money. The Cubs won’t win the World Series. Aside from those truths, it’s hard to predict anything about baseball. If so...

  • 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,

  • It was a starry winter indeed

    After a winter season of so much triumph and drama, it's no surprise that an abundance of standout athletes from the Mid-Coast found their way on to postseason all-star lists. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball The Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A boys' basketbal...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation seeking equipment 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,

  • It was a starry winter indeed

    After a winter season of so much triumph and drama, it's no surprise that an abundance of standout athletes from Forecaster Country found their way on to postseason all-star lists. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball The Southwestern Maine Activities Association second-team ...

  • Scarborough players lead Midget hockey team to Nationals

    The Biddeford Wave U-18 Midget Major hockey team, which includes Scarborough's Cam Brochu, Jake Gross, Matt Henderson and Cameron Loiselle, went 5-0 in the recent State of Maine tournament to win the championship, punching its ticket to Nationals next week in Wayne, N.J. The team is coached by Mi...

  • It was a starry winter indeed

    After a winter season of so much triumph and drama, it's no surprise that an abundance of standout athletes from Forecaster Country found their way on to postseason all-star lists. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball The Wester...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA coaching vacancy North Yarmouth Academy has immediate openings for Middle School track and field boys' and girls' assistant coaches. FMI, 847=5456 or jhardy@nya.org. Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation seeking equipme...