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Sports

  • Beach to Beacon a big hit

    A massive throng of humanity sets off in quest of glory as the 14th annual Beach to Beacon race begins Saturday in Cape Elizabeth. In all, 5,876 runners took part. They hailed from 12 countries and 43 states. The overall winner was Kenyan Micah Kogo, who had a time of 27 minutes, 48 seconds. Ahez...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mt. Ararat announces preseason first day schedule The first day of the fall sports preseason at Mt. Ararat High School is Monday, Aug. 15. Football meets at 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Boys' soccer meets from 8-10 a.m.  and 3-5 p.m. Girls' soccer goes from 7:30-9:30 a.m. and 5-6:30...

  • Seavey leaves Scarborough for USM

    Jim Seavey, who inherited a struggling Scarborough girls' basketball program and turned it into an undefeated state champion, is leaving the Red Storm to become an assistant coach to Gary Fifield with the University of Southern Maine women's program. In an interview Wednesday evening, Seav...

  • South Sports Roundup

    WMC sweeps soccer all-star games The Western Maine Conference senior men's and women's soccer teams got the better of their Southern Maine Activities Association counterparts last week at Westbrook High in the 21st annual all-star soccer tournament as each won by a 2-1 score. In the m...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Yarmouth Little Leaguers compete in regionals At press time, the Yarmouth 11-12 year-old Little League team, District 6 and State of Maine champions, needed one victory to advance to the championship round at the New England Regional in Bristol, Conn. Yarmouth opened with a 5-2 loss to G...

  • Cumberland/North Yarmouth softball team runner-up in district

    The Cumberland/North Yarmouth 10/11 all-star softball team came in runners up to Westbrook in the recent District 6 tournament. They won their first game against South Portland National, 10-0, but got knocked into the losing bracket by Westbrook, losing 6-2. The team faced South Portland again i...

  • Yarmouth native inducted in Maine Baseball Hall of Fame

    Al Payson, formerly of Yarmouth, received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the recent 41st induction ceremony of the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame. Payson, who now lives in Portland, was a longtime umpire in Maine and New York.

  • TOPSoccer holds summer camp

    Maine Premier Soccer, Spurwink Services and the town and community of Falmouth combined to host the first annual TOPSoccer Unified Camp amid record heat last month. TOPSoccer is a non-profit program with the mission of giving children with mental or physical disabilities the opportunity to learn,...

  • Diminuitive Pedroia stands tall

    Albert Pujols is 6-foot-3 and weighs 230 pounds. One look at his forearms suggests that if he weren’t a baseball player or a lumberjack, he would be wasting a natural gift. LaDainian Tomlinson is 5-foot-10 and weighs 215 pounds. His body is so powerful and so compact that his true ...

  • Portland Sports Round-up: Aug. 8

    WMC sweeps soccer all-star games The Western Maine Conference senior men's and women's soccer teams got the better of their Southern Maine Activities Association counterparts last week at Westbrook High in the 21st annual all-star soccer tournament. In the men's game, Waynflete's ...