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Sports

  • McAuley pegs Vachon as new basketball coach

    PORTLAND—One of the most successful girls' basketball programs in the state named a former Miss Maine Basketball as its new coach last week. Amy Vachon, who won the award in 1996 after starring for her father, Paul, at Cony, will replace Wil Smith as the coach of the McAuley Lions, w...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Twilight Baseball League tryouts upcoming The 2010 Twilight Baseball League, which includes teams in Auburn, Biddeford and Portland, will hold tryouts May 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Frozen Ropes Training Center in Portland. Players who turn 19 by Aug. 1 or who spen...

  • Yarmouth holds off Greely in baseball battle, 5-4

    CUMBERLAND-A mid-May regular season baseball game doesn’t sound like such a big deal. Don’t say that to the Yarmouth Clippers or Greely Rangers, though. The neighboring rivals did battle Tuesday afternoon at Twin Brook Recreation Center in an epic and lengthy contest tha...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Inaugural Tri-for-the-Y Saturday The inaugural Cumberland County YMCA Tri-for-the-Y will take place Saturday in Freeport. FMI, 671-2420 or cumberlandcountyymca.org/triforthey. Free LaxPros c...

  • Stretch run begins for Mid-Coast spring teams

    Last week, local sports teams continued to jockey for playoff position, taking part in a series of memorable contests. Here's a look at where things stand as the spring sports season nears the final turn: Baseball Brunswick's baseball team is 5-5 and seventh in the ...

  • Tennis excitement heating up for North teams

    Superb tennis continues to be played in Forecaster Country and it's very likely that several players and teams will make noise well into June. With the team regular season nearing its end, individuals began qualifying for the singles tournament last weekend. In Region 5 boys' qualif...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth resident to play soccer at Sacred Heart Falmouth's Amanda Royer, a girls' soccer player at Cheverus, will play soccer and attend Sacred Heart University, a Division I program, next school year. Royer was accepted into the school's nursing program. She played youth...

  • Local gymnasts excel at state championships

    Zoe Lambert (pictured) and Anna Baker won Level 5 age group championships, Hannah Elrick took a Level 8 championship and Addie Elrick won a Level 4 title at the recent USA Gymnastics 2010 Maine state championships. Katie Overhaug was second in Level 5. The girls are all members of the American Fl...

  • Greely softball's on fire; Rangers aiming for title

    CUMBERLAND—For those of you who don't believe in the power of motivation, meet the Greely softball team. After failing to receive what they felt was their due in the preseason rankings, the Rangers are turning heads on the field and might very well have the last laugh next month....

  • Falmouth boys' lax beats Cape again, 9-7

    FALMOUTH—The Falmouth boys' lacrosse team truly came of age Tuesday afternoon. Facing a stern test from a vengeful rival, perennial powerhouse Cape Elizabeth, the Yachtsmen needed to make the statement that even when their high-powered offense wasn't scoring with abandon, they could ...