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Sports

  • Bonny Eagle rains on Deering's parade; Scots pull away for 34-12 victory

    PORTLAND—The Deering football team couldn't have asked for a better start to its home opener. On the first play from scrimmage, senior quarterback Jamie Ross found classmate John Hardy for a 48-yard pass play and two plays later, Ross and junior Renaldo Lowry hooked up for an 11-yard...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth youth hoops registration upcoming Falmouth Youth Basketball Association will open registration for coaches and players for the 2010-11 season Wednesday, Sept. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Falmouth High library. You don't have to be present to register, but registra...

  • Early success continues for northern edition teams

    Every local varsity team is now underway and the fall sports season has produced plenty of excitement in the early going. Here's a glimpse. Boys' soccer The biggest local boys' soccer news came Saturday night when Yarmouth finally beat Falmouth at home (please see ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC soccer player earns honor Southern Maine Community College men's soccer player Nick Link was named the national player of the week by the USCAA. Link, a junior defenseman, played 180 minutes of a 1-1 week, helping his team record a shutout, while scoring a goal and ad...

  • Little goal leads to huge win for Scarborough girls' soccer

    GORHAM—Most girls' soccer teams would be happy to leave Gorham with a tie. This year’s edition of the Scarborough Red Storm is not one of those teams. With a mere 9.7 seconds to go in the second overtime of a scoreless deadlock, Scarborough senior midfielder Sarah Little...

  • Yarmouth girls are winners off the field too

    YARMOUTH—When Natalie Salmon was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes two-and-a-half years ago, she had a support system already in place. Now, Salmon, a senior at Yarmouth High, with the help of three of her best friends and classmates (Becca Bell, Devin Simsarian and Danielle Torres), al...

  • Greely field hockey dazzles early

    While the Greely field hockey team had a disappointing (by its standards) 2009 campaign, it is back in its accustomed spot near the top of the standings after a great start to the 2010 season. The Rangers, who were a dominant Western B program at the start of the decade and won the 2003 st...

  • Capers get defensive and blank York, 21-0

    CAPE ELIZABETH—It was a throwback-style struggle reminiscent of the brutally physical football games between upstart Cape Elizabeth and tradition-rich York in the black-and-blue earlier days of the program, as in Saturday afternoons, offsite in the marsh and mud at Gull Crest Field. ...

  • Early triumphs keep on coming for city teams

    (Ed. Note: For the full Portland-Scarborough boys' soccer and Waynflete-York girls' soccer stories, please visit theforecaster.net) Every local varsity team is now underway and the fall sports season has produced plenty of excitement in the early going. Here's a glimpse.

  • Big road wn for Yarmouth football; Clippers hold off Oak Hill, 20-15

    WALES—A year ago in Week 2, the Yarmouth football team suffered its most painful loss to date, letting an early lead slip away en route to a 26-23 home loss to Oak Hill. The Clippers wouldn't lose again and went all the way to the regional final, but the sting of that setback last September...