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Sports

  • Farewell to winter sports

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped last week) Regardless of the winter sport, there were plenty of thrills to be had this year. All three local boys' hockey teams made it to the playoffs. Scarborough's girls' hockey team was the top seed in the West region...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP coaching vacancies South Portland High School is seeking junior varsity girls' soccer, JV baseball, JV softball and JV boys' lacrosse coaches. Mahoney Middle School needs an assistant indoor track coach and a boys' lacrosse coach. FMI, 767-7705.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Former Boston Bruins greats to play in all-star game Former Boston Bruins standouts such as Kenny Linseman, Ken Hodge, Andy Brickley, Bobby Beers, Don Marcotte, Frank Siminetti and others will face local male and female high school all-stars Friday, April 1 at 7 p.m....

  • Waynflete honors top winter athletes

    Waynflete School, coming off a solid winter sports campaign, recently held its Winter Sports Award night and honored several top athletes, giving Players' Awards, which were voted on by members of the team. The Flyers boys' basketball team, which reached the Western Class C semifinals for ...

  • Mt. Ararat honors top winter athletes

    Mt. Ararat High School recently honored its top winter athletes. The boys' basketball team gave a Coach's Award to Ryan Greene and named Josh Walker the Outstanding Senior. At the junior varsity level, Tyler Charron won the Coach's Award. Jordan Castonguay was the Coach's Award winn...

  • Former Cheverus star helps Norwich to women's hockey title

    Former Cheverus girls' hockey standout Mollie Fitzpatrick (left, along with fellow Mainers Brittane Michaud of Lewiston and Melissa Rundlett of Saco) helped the Norwich University women’s ice hockey team win the NCAA Division III national championship Saturday, 5-2, over the Rochester Institute...

  • Brunswick girl wins tennis tournament

    Brunswick 9th grader Maisie Silverman won the 18-and-under title at the recent USTA tournament at Maine Pines. Silverman was the Maine Tennis Association's top-ranked girls' 16 player in 2010.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Former Boston Bruins greats to play in all-star game Former Boston Bruins standouts including Kenny Linseman, Ken Hodge, Andy Brickley, Bobby Beers, Don Marcotte, Frank Siminetti and others will face local male and female high school all-stars Friday, April 1 at 7 p....

  • A Mid-Coast farewell to winter sports

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped last week) Regardless of the winter sport, there were plenty of thrills to be had in the Mid-Coast this year. Brunswick's boys' hockey team made a trip to the playoffs. Track once again produced many superb performances. ...

  • Miller lighting it up at Hobart

    Former Yarmouth High boys' lacrosse standout Sam Miller is in the midst of a dominant season at Hobart College. Miller, a junior attack, had hat tricks in four straight games, leads the Statesmen with 15 goals and is riding a streak of 17 games with at least one point, which is a program record. ...