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  • Cheverus' Gwilym earns top football honor

    PORTLAND — Capping a sensational, triumphant high school football career in fine style, senior Peter Gwilym, who quarterbacked the Class A state champion Cheverus Stags on both sides of the ball, was named Sunday afternoon the 40th winner of the James J. Fitzpatrick Trophy, the award signif...

  • Winter fun continues for Portland schools

    Basketball isn't the only winter sport heating up (please see story). The rest of the winter sports landscape has featured plenty of action in recent days. Here's a glimpse: Boys' hockey Cheverus and Portland's boys' hockey teams squared off Monday afternoon in a co...

  • Falmouth boys' hockey has no answers against Biddeford

    FALMOUTH—The Falmouth boys' hockey team is having its share of growing pains under first-year coach Adam Nicholas. Thursday night, the Yachtsmen were handed their third loss in a row, a 6-1 defeat to Biddeford, the defending Class A state champions, at Family Ice Center. The T...

  • Cheverus girls earn win at Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH—A year ago, a girls' basketball matchup between Cheverus and Scarborough would be a standing room only, must-see game for any high school basketball fan. But after the Red Storm graduated several key parts of their state champion squad from 2010, the visiting Stags were able to ...

  • Oh my! SP boys rally to stun TA in double OT classic

    SACO—South Portland High School has played boys' basketball for over a century and in that time has produced teams and won games that live on in legend. We're only halfway through the 2010-11 season, but it's become clear that this version of the Red Riots has all the makings of a te...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Tucker's Boardercross upcoming This year's version of Tucker's Boardercross for Cancer, a fundraiser for the Maine Children's Cancer Program, will be held Saturday and Sunday at Sugarloaf. The event has raised over $100,000 over the past five years and is the top eve...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Tucker's Boardercross upcoming This year's version of Tucker's Boardercross for Cancer, a fundraiser for the Maine Children's Cancer Program, will be held Saturday and Sunday at Sugarloaf. The event has raised over $100,000 over the past five years and is the top event ...

  • Action heats up as winter season hits midway point-Mid-Coast edition

    As we near the midway point of the winter sports season, local athletes in all sports continue to impress. Here's a look at where things stand. Boys' basketball If the playoffs started today, Mt. Ararat would be the only local boys' basketball team to qualify. T...

  • Indoor track season begins

    The Portland Expo and University of Southern Maine in Gorham welcomed a new crop of indoor track and field athletes Friday and Saturday and local standouts made an immediate presence. Friday night, at USM, Cape Elizabeth's boys were third and the girls at a seven-team meet. The Cap...

  • SP boys keep good times rolling with 50-39 win at Deering

    PORTLAND—It's time to start taking the South Portland boys' basketball team seriously. The Red Riots, essentially starting from scratch this winter after being decimated by graduation, continued their stirring run Thursday evening with a 50-39 victory at Deering, improving to 7-1 in ...