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Sports

  • Cumberland soccer team reaches final

    The Cumberland Soccer Club (CSC) U-12 girls' team lost in the finals of the state tournament to Waterville.Front row (left to right): Riley Soule, Alexa Bilodeau.Second Row: Isabel Porter, Amelia Cavanaugh, Madelyn Leen, Moira Train, Emilee McGillicuddy, Jennie Smith, Madeline Beaul...

  • Yarmouth Colts repeat as state champs

    The Yarmouth Colts U-14 boys' soccer team won the state title for the second year in a row, going unbeaten yet again.The team features (from left) Will Coleman, Coach John Vigue, Ben Vigue, Nate Gallagher, Luke Bray, Connor Lainey, Alex Lyon, Coach Doug Hoehle, Adam Clark, Adam LaBrie, Con...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Durgin second at New Englands Cheverus cross country standout Emily Durgin was second at Saturday's New England championship meet in Thetford, Vt., completing the 5-kilometer course in 19 minutes, 23.2 seconds. Teammate Shannon Conley was 19th (20:19.5). Cheverus' Fiona He...

  • McAuley soccer players honored

    On the heels of its first winning regular season since 2002 and first playoff berth since 2003, the McAuley girls' soccer team rightfully had plenty of awards to bestow following the season. A a recent awards banquet, several honors were given out.Left to right: Allison Bonner (All-Academi...

  • SMCC hoops teams out of gate strong, hoping for big things

    While the snow and bone-chilling cold is hopefully still weeks away, winter is already in the air at Southern Maine Community College, where the school's men's and women's basketball teams have made their share of noise and hope to steal headlines between now and March. Team to wat...

  • Clippers can go where no team's gone before

    When Yarmouth's football team takes the Fitzpatrick Stadium turf Saturday night, history will be within its grasp. Not only are the Clippers playing in a state final for the first time, seeking to win the first Gold Ball in the program's short history, but it will also mark a rare opportun...

  • This one was memorable, even if you weren't there

    Ten miles away, at Yarmouth High School, site of the Western C Final, the updates came fast and furious. Deering 6 Cheverus 0. Seemingly seconds later: Cheverus 7 Deering 6. Cheverus 14 Deering 6. Cheverus 20 Deering 6, make that, 22-6. Cheverus 29 Deering 6.

  • Yarmouth rallies, earns first state final berth

    YARMOUTH—Fittingly, a program that is still in its relative infancy turned to one of its youngest members to make the difference Saturday afternoon. With time growing thin, facing a five-point deficit to talented and gritty Lisbon, the Yarmouth Clippers saved their best for last, cap...

  • Cheverus edges Deering in epic regional final

    PORTLAND—This one will be talked about for a while. Cheverus, after squandering a 23-point first-half lead, scored the go-ahead touchdown with 30 seconds left and captured its first Western Maine football championship in 25 years Saturday with a 35-34 win over Deering, as the Rams&rs... 2

  • End of the line for Brunswick teams

    Brunswick's Jordan Rysdham looks to pick up some yardage during Saturday's semifinal round playoff loss at Lewiston.