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Sports

  • Greely graduate wins national snowboard crown

    Cumberland's Kevin Keough (right), a recent Greely graduate now attending Colorado Mountain College, won the gold medal in the Halfpipe event at the USASA National Championships held at Copper Mountain, Colo., in early April. Keough's first run score of 79.3 was enough to earn him the top podium ...

  • Success aplenty as spring season kicks into gear

    While the early-season lacrosse schedule has already produced multiple premier matchups (please see story), baseball, softball, track and tennis have also seen their share of triumph and drama. Here's a glimpse of how things look in the early stages of a very quick spring campaign.

  • Superb matchups usher in lax season; Falmouth boys, Yarmouth girls most impressive so far

    All eyes were on Falmouth sophomore Will Sipperly Saturday at Scarborough. Sipperly scored seven goals, leading the powerhouse Yachtsmen to their third decisive win in a row, 13-3, over the defending Class A champion Red Storm.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth Baseball Boosters holding golf tourney The Falmouth Baseball Boosters are holding their first annual golf tournament Sunday, May 22 at 1 p.m. at Spring Meadows Golf Club in Gray. The format is a four-person scramble. Cost is $340 per foursome or $85 per individu...

  • Local volleyball team wins tourney

    On Sunday, The Maine Juniors “Silver Bullets” team, led by coach Michelle Forbes, won the 16B championship of the New England Regional Volleyball Association, held at Southern Maine Community College. The competitive girls' team included high school freshman through juniors from the ...

  • Waynflete boys edge Greely, 9-8

    PORTLAND—The Waynflete boys' lacrosse team earned a huge vote of confidence and a pivotal victory Tuesday afternoon at Fore River Fields. Barely. Thanks to two crucial saves from senior goalie Will Hallett in the final 14 seconds, the Flyers managed to hold off visiting Greely...

  • McAuley softball off to another fast start

    A year ago, the McAuley softball team shot out of the gate and stunned the local softball "experts" by becoming the feel-good story of the season. Those Lions won a program-record 11 games and made it to the playoffs for the first time in five years, earning Shelby Bryant (then a sophomore...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland rugby team drops a close one The Portland U-19 boys' rugby club lost a very close match to Seacoast (N.H.) Rugby Club Saturday in a game played on the turf at the Amesbury (Mass.) Sports Park. The match was dominated by Seacoast in the first half, as they took advantage of Por...

  • Plenty of baseball excitement so far

    The 2011 baseball season is only a few games old, but so far, teams from the city have indulged in their share of thrillers. As was the case a year ago, the Cheverus Stags are fast out of the gate, winning their first four games. The Stags opened with a 4-1 victory at Scarborough last Mond...

  • Lax drama aplenty; Track and tennis seasons underway

    While baseball and softball have provided plenty of memories in the early going (please see stories), lacrosse, track and tennis are also in full gear. As the calendar flips, here's a glimpse at how those sports have shaken out to date: Boys' lacrosse The Deering boys' lacrosse te...