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Sports

  • Midway point arrives for fall sports in the Mid-Coast

    Leaves are beginning to change and there is definitely a chill in the air as the calendar confirms that autumn is here. What that means for athletes and teams from the Mid-Coast is that it's time to get serious about a season that is roughly halfway over. Here's a look at where things st...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Maine Street Mile Saturday The first annual Maine Street Mile, a fun mile run through downtown Brunswick encouraging individuals and families to get up and move, will be held Saturday beginning at 9 a.m., at The Mall. The cost is $10 in advance, $20 for a family or one-...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    YMCA open house The YMCA’s Pine Tree Swim Club, where Olympic and World Championship medalist Ian Crocker began his swim career, is holding open houses for prospective members Tuesday, Sept. 28th, between 6 and 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 2 between 1 and 2:30 p.m. ...

  • Field hockey season hits midway point; Cheverus strong again; Portland surging

    Halfway through the 2010 field hockey season, just about every team in the city of Portland can entertain playoff hopes. Cheverus, a regional finalist a year ago, was at the top of the Western Class A standings as of Monday morning. The Stags won their first five games, capped by an...

  • Falmouth girls' soccer holds off Greely, 1-0

    CUMBERLAND—After a week-and-a-half of turmoil, the Falmouth girls' soccer team has returned to what it does best, playing and winning games. Wednesday evening in Cumberland, the visiting Yachtsmen, under the guidance of longtime assistant coach Cooper Higgins, the team's third coach ...

  • Another exciting week in the books as fall officially arrives for Forecaster Country squads

    (Ed. Note: For the full Yarmouth-Greely boys' soccer story, please visit theforecaster.net) Leaves are beginning to change and there is definitely a chill in the air as the calendar confirms that autumn is here. What that means for local athletes and teams is that it's tim...

  • Cross country rivals race, stay friends

    (Ed. Note: Johnny Lake is a senior at Falmouth High School and is contributing periodic reports on the Yachtsmen's cross-country team and the sport in general during the upcoming season) In sports such as football, soccer and basketball, rivalries are an arbitrary, shared hatred ...

  • Yarmouth edges Greely, 4-3, in boys' soccer thriller

    CUMBERLAND—The Yarmouth boys' soccer team gave up a goal for the first time this season, then a second and a third, but the Clippers still found a way to stay undefeated. Yarmouth responded well to its first dose of adversity this season, riding junior Sam Torres' goal with 20:09 to ...

  • Another exciting week as fall officially arrives for city sports teams

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Deering-Bonny Eagle football story, with additional photos, please visit theforecaster.net) Colors are beginning to change and there is definitely a chill in the air as the calendar confirms that autumn is here. What that means for athletes and t...

  • Falmouth football enters Cape showdown 3-0; Yarmouth, Greely win, Freeport drops tight one

    Falmouth junior Jack Cooleen runs for a touchdown during the Yachtsmen's 47-14 victory over Lake Region Saturday night. The Yachtsmen go to defending regional champion Cape Elizabeth for a battle of the unbeatens Friday.