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  • Cheverus' bats erupt in 15-7 win over Deering

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus baseball team put on a hitting clinic Friday afternoon at Kevin McDonald Memorial Field. After digging an early 2-0 hole against pedigreed powerhouse Deering, the Stags pounded out 15 hits and scored 15 runs, thanks in large part to five RBI apiece from senior c...

  • Yarmouth rallies for 6-5 win over Greely

    YARMOUTH—If this near-end-of-the-regular-season matchup between the Greely Rangers and Yarmouth Clippers was any indication of what the Western Class B playoffs will look like, everybody is in for a real treat. In an intense see-saw momentum game at Yarmouth High, the Clippers were a...

  • South Sports Roundup

    McAuley coach openings Catherine McAuley High School has coaching openings for varsity basketball and field hockey. Past coaching at the high school level is preferred. Applications can be downloaded at mcauleyhs.org, under jobs. Forward ...

  • Deering scores late to win at Scarborough, 4-3

    SCARBOROUGH—Neither team played particularly well and offense was anything but prevalent, but the host Scarborough and Deering baseball teams still managed to put on a show and battle to the wire Thursday afternoon. After the Red Storm scored two runs without benefit of a hit to tie ...

  • Scarborough girls hold off Kennebunk to earn homefield advantage

    SCARBOROUGH—The last thing the defending Class A champion Scarborough girls' lacrosse team wants to do is play a postseason game in Kennebunk. Or Gorham for that matter. That's why Thursday's home battle with Kennebunk was so critical to the Red Storm's repeat hopes. A ...

  • Track, tennis postseason set to begin

    SCARBOROUGH — The postseason has arrived for outdoor track and tennis. The Southern Maine Activities Association championship outdoor track meet is Saturday at Scarborough. The Western Maine Conference championship meet will also be held Saturday, at Falmouth. Cape Elizabeth w...

  • Regular season winds down for Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough, South Portland

    While it's felt like anything but summer around here, May is soon to give way to June, meaning the 2011 spring sports season is nearing its conclusion. The track postseason begins Saturday and tennis' playoffs commence late next week (see story). Baseball, softball and lacrosse teams o...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Freeport holding Q & A about new proposed facility There will be a referendum vote on Freeport High School's proposed eight-lane track and artificial turf field June 14. A series of public information meetings and presentations have been scheduled for the p...

  • Regular season winds down in Mid-Coast

    While it's felt like anything but summer around here, May is soon to give way to June, meaning the 2011 spring sports season is nearing its conclusion. The track postseason begins Saturday and tennis' playoffs commence next week. Baseball, softball and lacrosse teams only have a cou...

  • Greely rides Train to 9-1 win over Falmouth

    (Ed. Note: Kyle Danielson, a senior three-sport athlete at Cape Elizabeth, is job shadowing with The Forecaster this week and contributed to this story) OLD ORCHARD BEACH—Heading into the 2011 season, many felt that the Greely baseball team was a year away. It's start...