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Sports

  • Cheverus downs TA in boys' basketball showdown

    SACO—Arguably the two best boys' basketball teams in Western Class A, winners of the past three state championships, met for the lone time in the regular season Tuesday evening. When all was said and done, it was the defending champion Stags of Cheverus who earned bragging rights, de... 1

  • Action heats up as winter season hits midway point-Northern edition

    As we near the midway point of the winter sports season, local athletes in all sports continue to impress. Here's a look at where things stand. Boys' basketball The Western Class B boys' basketball story has been exciting and unpredictable to date. Just when one t...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth lineman in running for award Falmouth's Jack Horton is a finalist for the Frank J. Gaziano Memorial Award, given to top offensive and defensive linemen who epitomize character, leadership and perseverance in the classroom, community and on the field. Winn...

  • Indoor track season begins

    The University of Southern Maine welcomed a new crop of indoor track and field athletes Friday and local standouts made an immediate presence. Falmouth got off to the best start, as both the Yachtsmen boys' and girls' teams won a meet which included six other teams, including Freeport and...

  • Local field hockey players win title

    The Katahdin U-19 field hockey team, featuring several local players, recently won their pool at the National Outdoor Field Hockey Festival in Arizona. Front row (left to right): Olivia Reny (Gardiner), MyKayla McAnn (Leavitt), Becca Roberts (South Portland), Emily Sawchuck (Cheverus), Ni...

  • Indoor track season begins

    McAuley junior Taxia Arabatzis rounds the corner with no one else close to her as she puts forth a winning performance in the mile run at Saturday’s indoor track meet at the Portland Expo.

  • Action heats up as winter season nears midway point-Portland edition

    As we near the midway point of the winter sports season, local athletes in all sports continue to impress. Here's a look at where things stand. Boys' basketball The biggest news on the local boys' basketball front came Friday night when Deering, which has struggled ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Cheverus lineman in running for award Cheverus' Zach Dulac is a finalist for the Frank J. Gaziano Memorial Award, given to top offensive and defensive linemen who epitomize character, leadership and perseverance in the classroom, community and on the field. Winners w...

  • Portland falls two points short versus Westbrook

    PORTLAND—The Portland boys' basketball team entered Friday's contest against Westbrook seeking a dose of revenge after losing to the Blue Blazes by 31 points in last year's quarterfinals. Instead, the Bulldogs were never quite able to dig out of an early hole and fell two points shor...

  • Deering gets pivotal win over TA

    PORTLAND—It appears as if reports of the demise of the Deering boys' basketball team have been greatly exaggerated. Friday night, in a crucial early-January showdown with highly touted and undefeated Thornton Academy, the Rams put forth their finest 32-minute effort in a long time, l...