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Sports

  • Scarborough youth wrestlers complete season

    Scarborough Youth Wrestling K-6 completed the 2011 winter session by performing a scrimmage at the Maine Veterans Home in Scarborough on April 2. The scrimmage involved live matches and a practice session. SYW, in conjunction with middle and high school, start their summer session on June 20 on...

  • The Flying Slovenskis

    “My grandfather, Gus Slovenski, was a coal miner in Pennsylvania during the Depression,” explains Bowdoin College track coach Pete Slovenski. “His family moved from town to town depending on where there was coal mining work. One time when they got behind in rent they had to leav...

  • Spring sports underway

    The 2011 spring sports season is now underway in earnest. Some teams got a jump start by playing a game just before or during vacation week, but everyone else is now underway. Here's a glimpse: Baseball Freeport and Greely's baseball teams already had a game played before t...

  • Falmouth sailing team fourth at championship meet

    The Falmouth High School varsity sailing team placed fourth at the recent New England School Sailing Association Fleet Racing Championships (the O’Day Trophy) held at Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass. More than 50 teams from New England participated in regional qualifiers, whittling the field ...

  • Yarmouth snowboarder qualifies for SBX World Cup tour

    Yarmouth's Kevin Leahy, by virtue of his third-place podium finish in the 2010/11 NorAm (North American) Continental Cup Snowboard Cross Series, secured a guaranteed, personal invitation to the 2011/12 World Cup Snowboard Cross events held throughout the world next season.

  • Spring sports season begins

    The spring sports season is underway in the Mid-Coast, but Mother Nature has made things challenging. Baseball Brunswick's baseball team is off to the best start to date, splitting its first four contests. The Dragons opened with a 3-2 victory at Mt. Ararat, lost,...

  • 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's scholarship fund. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to area female students pur...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP youth football registration Registration will be held for South Portland youth and middle school football Wednesday, May 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the South Portland Community Center. The program is open to all boys and girls in grades 2-6 this fall. The season starts approximately Aug. ...

  • No sign of the turtle

    The Easter Bunny, along with 49 other finishers, showed up at the eighth annual Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K in Topsham last weekend. The race raised $300 to aid families and businesses affected by a recent fire in Brunswick and provide $2,000 to add to maintenance funds for the Swinging Bridge. T...

  • Waynflete girls hold serve in opener; Flyers down Falmouth, 18-10

    FALMOUTH—The feeling in many quarters holds that the longtime powerhouse Waynflete girls' lacrosse team is vulnerable this spring and perhaps ripe to be toppled in Western Class B for the first time since the sport went to two classes five years ago. Don't believe it. Tuesday ...