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  • Cheverus passes first playoff test; Stags rally past Windham, 34-27

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus football team has won games by any means necessary, be it offense, defense or special teams, this fall. Saturday afternoon, the undefeated and top-ranked Stags had to dig deeper than ever in their first playoff test, against defending Class A state champion Wind...

  • Portland boys rally to edge Cape in OT in semis, 2-1

    PORTLAND—The hottest boys' soccer team around found itself on the brink of elimination Saturday night. The Portland Bulldogs, riding a 12-game win streak, surrendered a first half goal to Cape Elizabeth in the teams' Western Class A semifinal at Fitzpatrick Stadium and after senior s...

  • Falmouth rallies to stun Greely, force coin toss

    CUMBERLAND—Nine games won't be enough to clear up the Western Class B playoff field. That's because Friday evening, the Falmouth Yachtsmen capped a valiant performance with a 15-14 come-from-behind win at Greely in the regular season finale, leaving both teams at 6-3. Falmouth...

  • Scarborough boys' soccer stunned as playoffs heat up

    The 2010 soccer playoffs are underway and there's already been plenty of excitement and one enormous surprise. Not this year

  • North Sports Roundup

    Yarmouth names new boys' lacrosse coach The powerhouse Yarmouth boys' lacrosse program has a new coach, Stephen Moore. Moore replaces Craig Curry, who led the Clippers to six state finals and four championships in his seven seasons.

  • NYA field hockey back to state game; Greely falls in regional final

    (Ed. Note: For the complete NYA-Telstar and Greely-Cape Elizabeth game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) The North Yarmouth Academy field hockey team is heading back to the Class C state final. Two years after winning it all and one season after an agonizing one-goal...

  • SP boys' soccer ousted at Gorham, 2-1

    GORHAM—The South Portland boys' soccer team's best season in a generation came to a sudden and disappointing end Thursday night. The Red Riots surrendered a pair of first half goals and despite a penalty kick score late in the second half, couldn't complete a rally and lost, 2-1, at ...

  • Scarborough football playoff-bound; Cape Elizabeth still has work to do

    After its most memorable regular season in eight years, marred only by a closer-than-the-score-indicated 33-7 home loss to Thornton Academy in Week 2, the Scarborough football team is preparing to take part in the Class A postseason for the first time. Last Friday night, the Red Storm capp...

  • Scarborough boys, Cape girls win another regional CC crown

    Cape Elizabeth's Kelsey Barton and Rachel Nichols lead the pack early in Saturday's Western Class B regional championship cross country meet. Barton was sixth and Nichols seventh as the Capers won the team title.

  • Playoff drama heats up in the Mid-Coast

    Brunswick's Kyle Franklin drives through the line and escapes the grasp of Mt. Ararat's James Oliver during the teams' annual season-ending showdown Friday night. The Dragons held on for a 33-18 win and moved on to the playoffs.