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Sports

  • Cheverus boys' hockey playoff bound; Deering, Portland's hopes iffy

    The Cheverus boys' hockey team hasn't participated in the quarterfinal round of the postseason since winning the second of back-to-back state championships in March of 2006, but it appears that drought is over. The Stags entered Monday's regular season finale at Deering with a 10-7 mark an...

  • Falmouth hockey frustrated again in 2-0 loss to TA

    FALMOUTH—The Falmouth boys' hockey team hadn’t beaten a top-level team all season and that trend continued Saturday as Falmouth fell to Thornton Academy, 2-0, at Family Ice Center. A pair of second period goals were all the Golden Trojans needed as goalie Jamison Finch made 31 ...

  • Greely girls hockey falls one goal short in regional final

    PORTLAND—They rallied, but fell a goal short—again. The Greely girls' hockey team scored a pair of third-period goals, but couldn’t complete the comeback, falling to St. Dominic Academy, 3-2, in the East region final, Wednesday at the Portland Ice Arena. The loss w...

  • Title time is here: Southern edition

    The hardware is about to come fast and furious as the winter sports postseason takes hold. Here's a glimpse: Wrestling Scarborough's wrestling team finished 11th in Class A at Saturday's state meet. The Red Storm had 21.5 points (Noble was first with 181.5). ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC hoops teams close regular season with wins Southern Maine Community College's women's basketball team finished the regular season 12-14 after a 64-46 home win over Berkeley (N.Y.) College Saturday. Esther Palmieri led the Seawolves with 16 points. Alisa Sweet added...

  • Title time is here for Mid-Coast schools

    The hardware is arriving fast and furious as the winter sports postseason takes hold. Here's a glimpse: Wrestling Morse was the fifth-best wrestling team in Class B, while Mt. Ararat placed fifth in Class A. Brunswick was 10th. The Shipbuilders finishe...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Lacrosse officials sought The Maine Lacrosse Officials Association is seeking new officials. Anyone interested should attend an overview and training session Feb. 27 from 1 ...

  • Title time is here: Northern edition

    (Ed. Note: For the full Greely-Cape Elizabeth boys' hockey story, visit theforecaster.net) The hardware is about to arrive fast and furious as the winter sports postseason takes hold. Here's a glimpse: Swimming Falmouth and Greely's swim and d...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Yarmouth hockey players honored Yarmouth's Joey King and Ben Nickerson were two of 12 recent scholarship winners from the 2010 Maine High School Hockey Invitational. King and Nickerson both received a $500 scholarship for the results of their academic achievement, commun...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Local hockey player earns scholarship Cheverus' Nic Lops was one of 12 recent scholarship winners from the 2010 Maine High School Hockey Invitational. Lops received a $500 scholarship for the results of his academic achievement, community service, extracurricular activity,...