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Sports

  • Hockey teams primed for playoffs

    The three hockey teams from our coverage area will take part in the postseason next week. In Western Class A, Scarborough came from being on the brink of being out of the playoffs to soaring all the way to seventh place in the final Heal Points standings. The Red Storm began the yea...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC women win Yankee Conference crown The Southern Maine Community College women's basketball team, seeded second, captured the Yankee Small College Conference championship last weekend in South Portland. After downing No. 3 University of Maine-Augusta, 71-64, behind 2...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Lacrosse officials sought The Maine Lacrosse Officials Association is seeking new officials. Anyone interested should attend a...

  • Basketball season comes to sudden end; Mid-Coast teams impress at track states

    (Ed. Note: The swimming and skiing state meets weren't complete in time for this edition. We'll recap those events next week) The end came suddenly for Mid-Coast basketball teams last week in the quarterfinal round of the Eastern Class A tournament. The news was a little be...

  • Falmouth boys win Class B track title

    (Ed. Note: For additional photos from this meet, visit theforecaster.net) The Falmouth boys' indoor track team did it again Monday in Lewiston, winning the Class B state championship for the fifth time in six seasons. The Yachtsmen tallied 91 points to easily outdistance Wa...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Beach to Beacon training group registration open Registration for the Maine Running Company's Beach to Beacon training group and the Maine Running Academy is open through March 10. Orientation will be held for beginners Tuesday, March 8 at 6 p.m. and for anyone who comp...

  • Falmouth, Greely set for hockey playoffs, Yarmouth uncertain

    The boys' hockey regular season is over and two (possibly three) local teams now look ahead to the postseason. Greely will be the top seed for the Western B playoffs. The Rangers began the year 10-0-1, but won just four of seven down the stretch. Greely closed with a 6-2 victory at ...

  • Greely girls' Alpine ski team unbeaten

    The Greely Alpine girls' ski team, featuring Jordan Ouellette, Jill Booth, Eliza McKenney, Elyse Dinan, Liz Clifford, Delaney Stevens, Maddie Whittier, Abby Patch and Catherine Ferguson went undefeated this year, winning the Western Maine Conference championship, as well as the Mt. Abrams Friday ...

  • Falmouth beats Greely in hockey finale

    FALMOUTH—In the regular-season finale for both teams, Falmouth's boys' hockey squad defeated Greely, 5-1, Monday at Family Ice Center. Tied, 1-1, with under four minutes remaining in the second period, the Class A Yachtsmen scored four unanswered goals, running away from their Class ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC women win Yankee Conference crown The Southern Maine Community College women's basketball team, seeded second, captured the Yankee Small College Conference championship last weekend in South Portland. After downing No. 3 University of Maine-Augusta, 71-64, behind 24 p...