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  • Yarmouth hockey falls one goal short; Clippers lose, 5-4, to York in Western B Final

    LEWISTON—The Yarmouth boys' hockey team saved its biggest character statement for the very end. Wednesday night, in the Western Class B Final at the Colisee, the third-ranked Clippers trailed No. 1 York 5-1 in the second period after a five-goal burst by the favored Wildcats and could ha...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth Little League player evaluations upcomingPlayer evaluations for the Falmouth Little League 2010 season will be held March 9, 10 and 11 at the Falmouth Middle School gym. All players ages 9-12 (except returning Majors players) are required to attend and bring sneak...

  • Red Claws come to Yarmouth

    Maine Red Claws assistant coach Mike Precopio, basketball operations assistant Joe Boylan and former Oklahoma State standout standout Terrel Harris conducted a basketball clinic for Yarmouth hoopsters last month.

  • Greely Middle School wins Alpine title

    The Greely Middle School Alpine ski team came in first at the recent championships. Jill Booth won the slalom and was third in the giant slalom, while Elyse Dinan placed second in the GS.

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP coaching openings South Portland High School is seeking a junior varsity girls' lacrosse coach. Mahoney and Memorial Middle schools need a girls' lacrosse and a boys' lacrosse coach and Memorial is also seeking a softball coach for the 2010 spring season. FMI, 767-7705.... 1

  • SP hockey's dream season comes to a close

    Prior to Saturday, the South Portland boys' hockey team had never participated in a regional semifinal round playoff game. This program just keeps setting the bar higher. Arguably the finest season in school history ultimately came to a close with a 7-2 loss to powerhouse, top-ranke...

  • Bowdoin women's basketball hosting regional; other sports wind down

    The winter sports season at Bowdoin College is coming to a close, but the excitement is ongoing for a pair of teams. Here's a glimpse: Basketball The women's basketball team is on to the national tournament once again. In the NESCAC tournament, the Polar Bears beat ...

  • Portland gymnast places first

    Portland's Ava Gaudet placed first in the floor and beam, was second in vault and bars and finished all-around in Level 4 in the recent Let's Make a Deal meet in Sterling, Mass. Sophia Ham, also in Level 4, placed fifth all-around after finishing fourth in beam and floor and fifth in vault an...

  • Deering hockey falls in quarterfinals

    The exciting run of the Deering boys' hockey team came to a close last week with a 7-0 loss to powerhouse Thornton Academy in the Western Class A quarterfinals. One year removed from a 2-16 season, the Rams, behind a small, but talented roster and the able guidance of first-year coach Jack...

  • Local hockey team wins tournament

    The Casco Bay Bantam Minors won the recent New Hampshire Junior Monarchs President's Day AAA tournament. Led by Ben Freeman's five goals and three assists, the Bantam Minors went 5-0 in the tournament. The Minors beat the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs 6-3 in the final. The team also featured goal...