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Sports

  • Bowe wins Butler Award

    Cape Elizabeth senior standout Theo Bowe, three days removed from a 36-point performance in the Class B state final, was given the Bob Butler Award Monday at the Western Maine Conference's annual basketball banquet. Bowe, pictured with Butler and the female winner, Stephanie Gallagher, of York, e...

  • Greely hockey falls short in regional final

    LEWISTON—Greely hockey's championship hopes were put to rest Wednesday evening. Courtesy longtime rival York. The Rangers and Wildcats renewed postseason hostilities in the Western Class B Final at the Colisee and despite vanquishing York twice in the regular season, Greely co...

  • Freeport skiers qualify for J3 Olympics

    Freeport High Alpine skiers Elly Bengtsson and Eli Pier qualified to compete in the J3 Junior Olympics in Okemo, Vt. last week.

  • Freeport Middle School wins boys' Alpine title

    The Freeport Middle School boys' Alpine ski team won the recent state championship. Blake Enrico won the slalom with Ryder Bennell second, Jay Pier fourth and Caleb Abbott 10th. In the giant slalom, Bennell was third and Enrico fourth. Combined with Nordic, Freeport was third. The girls won the N...

  • North Yarmouth Academy skier competing in Junior Olympics

    North Yarmouth Academy freshman Ian Moore, the Class C freestyle state champion and classical runner-up, who led the Panthers to their first-ever state championship last month, is currently representing New England in the Junior Olympics in Minneapolis. Moore is the only Maine Nordic athlete in h...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Local athletes fare well at New Englands Greely's Michael Burgess came in sixth in the shot put (50 feet-8 inches) at last weekend's New England championship indoor track and field meet in Boston.  Teammate Jack Fellows was 12th (48-5). Greely's Liam Campbell and Stef...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Deering boys' hoops, Portland girls' hockey win sportsmanship award The Deering boys' basketball and Portland girls' hockey teams were recently given Good Sportsmanship awards for Western Maine. Coach Dan LeGage and the Deering Rams received their award at Saturday's Class...

  • Casco Bay hockey team wins title

    The Casco Bay Bantam 'A' team won the state championship with a 7-0 win over the Maine Freeze. Casco Bay went 5-0 in the state tournament, scoring 28 goals, while allowing just four. The team advances to the USA Hockey Tier 2 National Championship Tournament in Buffalo, N.Y., March 30 through Apr...

  • Greely hockey survives Yarmouth to reach regional final

    PORTLAND—Yarmouth and Greely went toe-to-toe in the first period with Greely landing the final blow, a wrister by John Downey with 22 seconds remaining. It was the fifth goal of the period and would ultimately prove the game winner. The top-seeded Rangers held on to beat No. 4 Yarmou...

  • Falmouth hockey blanked by Biddeford in semis

    LEWISTON—You can’t win without scoring.Although its defense played top-notch, Falmouth’s offense couldn’t find the back of the net, falling, 3-0, to No. 1 seeded Biddeford in the Western Class A semifinals Saturday at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee.The loss ends No. 4 Falmo...