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Sports

  • JO volleyball team wins SMCC tournament

    The Maine Junior Olympic 16 Bronze volleyball team, featuring players from Cumberland, Falmouth, Freeport, Scarborough, Wiscasset and Yarmouth, won a recent eight-team tournament at Southern Maine Community College, downing teams from Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Front row (lef...

  • U-14 volleyball team second at local tourney

    The U-14 Gold volleyball team, featuring several players from Cumberland, Falmouth and Yarmouth and coached by Jon Roberts, came in second in a recent tournament held at Greely High School, winning six of 11 matches. Left to right: Callie McMahon, Makenzie Sheehan, Kayla Fournier, Brennan...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Additional Yarmouth All-Academic team members Several Yarmouth High athletes made their respective Senior All-Academic teams this winter, in addition to those listed a couple weeks ago. That list includes Smythe Eddy and Natalie Salmon from Alpine skiing, Cotter Jackson, Joey King and Be...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Local hockey players named to All-State team Brunswick forward Charlie Frye and defensemen Blake Bodwell and Tyler Nive made the All-State East region boys' second hockey team. Brunswick's Ryan Maciejewski and Mt. Ararat's Neal Burgess were honorable mentions. Brunswick'...

  • Finding refuge in rowing; Yarmouth's Ali Totta one of Northeast's best

    The town of Yarmouth has produced an abundance of standout girls' soccer and lacrosse players over the years. Despite joining her friends in those endeavors growing up, Ali Totta is not one of them. What Totta has become, however, is one of the premier rowers in her age group, a sta...

  • Soccer team wins Mass. tournament

    The Seacoast United U-12 girls' soccer team won the recent NEFC preseason tournament in Hopkington, Mass. After going through pool matches undefeated, Seacoast United beat the Massachusetts NEFC Swat, a nationally-ranked team, 1-0, for the title. Front row: Vanessa Hodge, Mckenzie Murphy,...

  • Casco Bay hockey travel team wins national title

    The Casco Bay Bantam Tier II travel team won the Tier 2 1a national championship for boys ages 14 and under earlier this month in Williamsville, N.Y., winning all four "Olympic" pool games before beating the Nashville Junior Predators, 5-0, in the title game. First row: Kyle Kramlich, Ste...

  • Casco Bay Pee Wee hockey team wins state title

    The Casco Bay Pee Wee 'A' team won the Maine state title last month, in one of the final games played at Kennebec Ice Arena, before the roof collapsed. Casco Bay defeated the Breakers, 3-1, in the final. Front row: Ryan Bonnvie, Patrick Grant, Victor Wakelin. Second row: Nathan Ge...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    PAYSA fall travel registration There will be a registration and information night for the PAYSA fall travel soccer program Thursday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Riverton School. Tryouts will be held Saturday, May 7 at Fitzpatrick Stadium. PAYSA fields travel teams for boys ...

  • Run for Hope reaches 5th anniversary

    PORTLAND — The fifth annual Pouravelis Memorial Scholarship Fund 5K Run for Hope, honoring the memory of Jim and Maxine Pouravelis and raising money for a McAuley scholarship fund, will be held Saturday, May 14 in Portland. The race was founded in memory of the Pouravelises, who both...