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Sports

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings RSU No. 5 has several coaching openings for the upcoming school year. Freeport High School is seeking a girls' varsity basketball coach, a girls' JV soccer coach, an assistant varsity football coach and an assistant Nordic ski coach. Durham Middl...

  • Mid-Coast playoff action sizzles

    We're just a day away from State Championship Saturday and a couple of Mid-Coast lacrosse teams still entertained title dreams when this issue went to press. The two-time defending Class A state champion Brunswick girls' lacrosse team hosted rival Mt. Ararat in the Eastern A Final Wednesda...

  • MCU soccer team wins state title

    The Maine Coast United Strikers U-13 boys' soccer team recently won the state title and will represent Maine in the Region 1 tournament next month in West Virginia.Kneeling (left to right Coach Ron Lydick, Brendan Dioli, Aidan McGrory, Connor Hoehle, Alex Lyon, Ben Vigue, Miles Shields, Be...

  • NYA wins the one that counts most; Panthers beat Yarmouth in regional final again, 9-5

    YARMOUTH — The third time was indeed the charm for the North Yarmouth Academy girls' lacrosse team. After dropping both regular season meetings with rival Yarmouth, the host Panthers saved their best showing for last Wednesday afternoon, blanking the potent Clippers in the second hal...

  • Waynflete girls' lax advances to state game; Flyers eliminate Falmouth, 11-6, in Western B Final

    PORTLAND — They're back. The Flyers of Waynflete will once again compete for the Class B championship after surviving a scare from Falmouth in the regional final Wednesday afternoon. The two-time defending state champions trailed 2-0 early, found themselves down, 3-1, with les...

  • SP softball shocks Scarborough in regional final

    STANDISH—With one pitch Tuesday afternoon, the balance of power in Western Class A softball underwent a seismic shift. In an entertaining showdown at St. Joseph's College, the second-ranked Red Riots of South Portland purged themselves of five years of frustration and ended the repea...

  • Falmouth, NYA girls' tennis champions again

    The second Saturday in June has become a day of celebration for the Falmouth and North Yarmouth Academy girls' tennis teams. This time around, the Yachtsmen completed their unblemished season by winning their 16th straight 5-0 decision, defeating Caribou for their third consecutive Class B...

  • Greely softball eliminated in semifinals

    After one of its finest seasons of recent vintage, the Greely softball team fell a couple of wins shy of its ultimate goal. The Rangers hoped to win just the second Class B championship in program annals, but instead were eliminated in the semifinal round by Maranacook Saturday, 7-3.

  • Yarmouth baseball reaches first Western B Final; Falmouth, Greely, NYA ousted

    The Yarmouth baseball team wasn't about to rest on its laurels following a best-ever regular season in Class B. The Clippers, the second seed in Western B, held off No. 7 Gray-New Gloucester, 8-6, and No. 3 Lincoln Academy, 6-2, in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively, setting up...

  • Falmouth, Yarmouth boys' lax one win from state final showdown; Freeport, Greely, NYA out in semifinals

    The two-time defending Class B state champion Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team might have a new rival standing in its way when it attempts to three-peat Saturday afternoon. As expected, the Falmouth Yachtsmen have arrived and find themselves just one win away from a first-ever trip to the cham...