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Sports

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    RipTide tryouts upcoming U-14, U-16 and U-18 tryouts for the 2011 RipTide ASA softball season will be held Saturday, Sept. 11 and Sunday, Sept. 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Greely Road Field in Cumberland. Registration fee is $300 for the five-tournament ...

  • Portland Rec women's soccer champ crowned

    Ri Ra's defeated Vogel's in the Portland Rec women's soccer league championship game. Front row (left to right): Laura Hilleary, Kristin Kerney, Maggie Darling, Meredith Riker, Mikayla Call, Morgan Barnes Back: Pamela Mullin, Mariah Monks, Elsa Mullin, Jasmyn Brown,...

  • Waynflete girls' soccer falls at home; Flyers no match for Class B champ York, 4-1

    PORTLAND—The young but promising Waynflete girls' soccer team got a first-hand glimpse of what a championship squad looks like Wednesday afternoon at Fore River Fields. Hosting defending Class B champion York, the Flyers played valiantly and hung tough into the second half before the...

  • Still a perfect Storm; Scarborough boys' soccer wins 38th straight, 3-1, at Portland

    PORTLAND—Even though the names, numbers and faces change, you can only keep the Scarborough boys' soccer juggernaut down so long. Tuesday evening, the Red Storm took their show to the bright lights of Fitzpatrick Stadium to face a Portland Bulldogs squad pegged by some to be the stif...

  • Greely student scales Mount Rainier

    Greely High School junior Hanna Willwerth, of North Yarmouth, spent her summer training to climb one of the most challenging mountains in North America, summiting the 14,420-foot peak of Mount Rainier in Washington state with eight other climbers. On Aug. 10, just days after her 17th birthday, Wi...

  • Falmouth, Yarmouth football earn opening night wins; Greely gives Wells a scare

    Early returns were positive for Forecaster Country football teams. While second-year Freeport showed dramatic improvement in its close home loss to defending Class C state champion Dirigo (please see story), Falmouth and Yarmouth brought up the curtain with victories, while Greely gave one...

  • Local showdowns highlight opening weekend for northern teams

    If you were looking for good rivalry matchups to start the 2010 fall sports season, you didn't have to go far last weekend. Each local school had at least one showdown with a longtime rival as athletes, coaches and fans emerged from the oppressive heat, dodged a hurricane and set the tone ...

  • South Portland football rings in new season with huge win; Red Riots beat defending champion Windham, 13-6

    It was a long-time coming and it sure didn’t come easy, but then again, that was then and this is now. It was a different South Portland Red Riots football team out there that snapped a nine-year winless streak on Opening Night, doing it against the defending Class A state champions....

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Premier Lax offers fall league Maine Premier Lacrosse will offer its high school fall league Sundays through Oct. 31 at Memorial Field at Deering High in Portland. Girls play from 6 to 7 p.m., boys from 7 to 9 p.m. The cost is $160, which includes team jerseys....

  • Soccer wins for Cheverus, McAuley highlight opening weekend

    While the 2010 high school football season began with a flourish (please see stories), the rest of the fall slate is also either underway or just about to start. Here's an early glimpse: Boys' soccer The Cheverus boys' soccer team made an early splash Friday ...