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Sports

  • Waynflete Flyers Winter Sports Preview

    There's a lot of new at Waynflete this winter, but the school's accustomed success figures to continue. Boys' basketball should be in the hunt for a playoff spot. Despite losing its standout, the girls' team will likely remain a top Western C contender. Nordic skiing welcomes a new coach and hope...

  • Portland Bulldogs Winter Sports Preview

    Portland High will be in the hunt in several sports this winter. Boys' basketball appears down, but don't be surprised if the Bulldogs make noise before all is said and done. The girls' squad is hoping to be a playoff contender. Boys' hockey is always competitive and should be again. The girls' t...

  • McAuley Lions Winter Sports Preview

    This could be the winter McAuley wakes up the echoes. Basketball has its best team in years and could be primed to go all the way for the first time in eight seasons. Track has several solid athletes. The swim program welcomes a new coach and should be a factor from start to finish.

  • Deering Rams Winter Sports Preview

    There will be plenty of excitement to go around at Deering this winter. The boys' basketball team has its best chance for a deep tournament run since winning it all five years ago. The girls weren't able to repeat as state champs last winter, but hope to get back to the top this time around. Boys...

  • Cheverus Stags Winter Sports Preview

    After an eventful winter a year ago, Cheverus is ready to steal more headlines in 2010-11. Boys' basketball is once again defending a state title and this year's squad might be even more talented than last year's juggernaut. The girls' program has come of age and is now a premier power, ready to ...

  • Former Mt. Ararat standout dominates at wrestling tournament

    Former Mt. Ararat standout wrestler Kelly Golek, now wrestling for the University of Southern Maine, came in first at the recent Ted Reese Invitational. Golek had 16 points, earning all four of her wins by fall.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bowdoin's men's soccer run ends The Bowdoin men's soccer team came oh so close to playing for the Division III championship last weekend, but its season ended in heartache with a 2-1 overtime loss to Lynchburg (Va.) in the national semifinals in San Antonio, Texas. Former ...

  • Mt. Ararat honors top fall athletes

    After a competitive fall sports campaign, Mt. Ararat recently honored its top athletes.Football gave its coaches' award to Brett Milliken. Jake Liedman won the JV football coaches' award and the freshman award went to James Stemp.Boys' soccer gave its coaches' award to Rolando Amado...

  • South Sports Roundup

    More all-stars named In addition to the all-stars mentioned in last week's edition, local field hockey and soccer players were recently honored. Cape Elizabeth's Kelsey Maguire, Scarborough's Kristen Felt and Stephanie Felt and South Portland's Rebecca Roberts were named t...

  • Scarborough standout named Miss Maine FH

    Scarborough senior Kristen Felt capped her standout high school career Sunday by being named the winner of the Maine Miss Field Hockey award, given to the top senior player in the state. Felt, who spent her first two years at Cony before helping the Red Storm win the 2009 Class A state title and ...