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Sports

  • Greely field hockey gets past Falmouth, 1-0

    CUMBERLAND—Two rivals hungry for a victory squared off in a tooth-and-nail, 60-minute battle Friday afternoon at Greely High School. The host Rangers, not 24 hours removed from a one-goal loss to defending regional champion York, welcomed a Falmouth squad which had dropped two in a r...

  • Capers control clock, Yachtsmen in stunning win

    CAPE ELIZABETH—The final statistics defied belief. In a 48-minute high school football game, one team controlled the ball for over 40 of them, ran over three times as many plays as its opponent and gained 365 yards on the ground in the process. How better to prevent a prolific...

  • Cheverus goes vertical to dominate Sanford

    PORTLAND—It turns out the Cheverus football team can throw the ball. And that's an understatement. Saturday afternoon at Boulos Stadium, the Stags rode the strong right arm of senior quarterback Cam Olson to an emphatic and surprisingly easy 41-8 victory over resurgent Sanford...

  • Yarmouth state championship Little League team honored

    Yarmouth's Little League District 6 and state champions visited the Yarmouth Town Council Sept. 15 to participate in a ceremony celebrating their accomplishments. The entire team and coaching staff were given Certificates of Recognition by the council, which also passed an official resolution pra...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bowdoin basketball clinic upcoming The Bowdoin College men's basketball team is hosting the fifth annual Polar Bear Basketball Clinic Sunday, Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., for boys ages 8-18. FMI, athleti...

  • Wins keep coming for local teams

    Local football, soccer, field hockey, cross-country and golf teams were very busy over the past week and each school had something to get excited about. Here's a glimpse at what you might have missed: Football Brunswick's football team has recovered from its agonizing Ope...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC fall season continues Southern Maine Community College's fall sports season produced more highlights last week. Men's soccer improved to 4-2 (4-0 in the Yankee Small College Conference) with a 2-0 home win over New Hampshire Technical Institute Saturday. Blais Whitney...

  • Scarborough earns dose of revenge with 2-1 win over Cheverus

    SCARBOROUGH—A year ago, the reigning Class A state champion Scarborough field hockey team dominated Cheverus in the regular season, then was stunned by the Stags in the regional semifinals. While Thursday night's showdown of unbeatens at the Kippy Mitchell Athletic Complex didn't hav...

  • Several local squads remain unbeaten

    Local soccer, field hockey, cross country, volleyball and golf teams were very busy over the past week and each school had something to get excited about.

  • Red Riots win another thriller; Cape, Scarborough also improve to 2-1

    We're not even halfway through the 2011 high school football regular season and already there has been an abundance of drama. Martin Memorial Field has seen more than its share. After South Portland rallied for a dramatic 20-16 win over Thornton Academy last week, the Red Riots host...