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Sports

  • Gallant named new Deering football coach

    The high-powered Deering football program has a new head coach. Jon Gallant, an assistant with the program for several years, and the Southern Maine Activities Association's Assistant Coach of the Year in 2010, will replace Greg Stilphen (who stepped down earlier this year). Gallant...

  • Softball showdown looms as local teams keep winning

    The Scarborough and South Portland softball juggernauts haven't been tested much this spring. That's about to change in a big way. Monday afternoon, at Wainwright Field, in one of the most highly anticipated regular season showdowns in years, the defending Class A champion Red Riots...

  • SP primes for Scarborough showdown with 7-2 win at TA

    SACO—While the local softball world can't help but look ahead to Monday afternoon's "Game of the Year" between South Portland and Scarborough, the Red Riots, the defending Class A state champions, have been very good about focusing on the matter at hand. The Red Riots came to once-be...

  • Deering shows Portland no mercy

    PORTLAND—The scoring barrage continues for the Deering baseball team. Coming off a two-game stretch in which they tallied 40 runs, the Rams hung nine first inning runs on Portland, added the mercy rule-inducing 10th in the second inning and pushed across one more for good measure in ...

  • Spring season hits midway point

    While we're still awaiting warmer weather, one sure sign that summer is close is that the spring high school sports regular season is halfway done. Many local teams are excelling on the diamond, field, track and courts, and here's a glimpse of where they stand: Baseball

  • Scarborough student-athletes given citizenship award

    Scarborough's Tori Armishaw and Joe Viola were honored as outstanding citizens at the recent first annual Southern Maine Activities Association Citizenship Banquet. Armishaw is a four-year soccer player who led the Red Storm to their first Class A title back in November. She is the president of t...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC softball wins conference title The Southern Maine Community College softball team captured the Yankee Small College Conference title Sunday, rallying for a dramatic 3-2 win over rival Central Maine CC in the championship game. Kim Hunt earned the win with 13 strikeouts, had a clu...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Women on the Move 5K upcoming Women's Fitness Studio and Spa will host the 13th running of the Women on the Move 5K Run/Walk/Crawl Sunday, June 12 at 9 a.m. This year's event benefits the Studio and Spa scholarship fund. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to area female students...

  • Spring season hits midway pole

    While we're still awaiting warmer weather, one sure sign that summer is close is that the spring high school sports regular season is halfway done. Many local teams are excelling on the diamond, field, track and courts, and here's a glimpse of where they stand: Baseball

  • Cape baseball erupts to end Yarmouth's unbeaten run

    CAPE ELIZABETH—For two innings Wednesday afternoon, the host Cape Elizabeth baseball team, the defending Western Class B champion, could do nothing with Yarmouth pitcher Andrew Turcotte, who was promoted from the junior varsity team to make a spot start. The Capers' bats can only be ...