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Sports

  • Falmouth skier shines at Eastern J3 Finals

    Falmouth's Leika Scott recently took part in the USSA Eastern J3 finals at Sunday River. She finished first in the Super G, first in the giant slalom and third in the slalom to give her first place combined and qualify her for the J3 Junior Olympics at Okemo Mountain in Vermont. Scott recently fi...

  • Cumberland native wins USCSA GS

    Cumberland's Katie Keough, a junior at the University of Maine-Farmington, recently won the women's giant slalom at the US Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association national championships in Sun Valley, Idaho. Keough is a four-time USCSA All-American and is also a USCSA Academic All-American.

  • Yarmouth girls' hockey team wins award

    The Yarmouth girls' hockey team received a good sportsmanship award during last month's playoffs. "I know our record doesn't show how good our team was this year, but these awards say a lot about our talent and chemistry," said Yarmouth coach David Neujahr.

  • In Portland, basketball season was something special

    (Ed. Note: Watch for a recap of the rest of the winter sports season next week) Entering the 2010-11 boys' and girls' basketball season, consensus held that it wasn't going to be anything special, that the quality of play would be down and that there weren't that many talented pla...

  • Burchill wins Miss Maine Basketball award

    BANGOR — After producing one of the finest four-year high school careers in recent memory, Deering High senior standout Kayla Burchill was the deserving winner of the prestigious Miss Maine Basketball award Friday night in Bangor. Burchill, who was ill and couldn't attend the ce...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Former Cheverus star earns Maine Baseball Hall of Fame nod Portland's Dennis Gratto, a one-time All-Conference outfielder at Cheverus High School and a longtime proponent of the Twilight League, is one of 11 new inductees into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame. This year's i...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Locals impress at track NEs Three local track standouts had top 10 finishes at last weekend's New England championships in Boston. Mt. Ararat's McKenzie Gary was fourth in the both the boys' long jump (22 feet) and boys' 300 ...

  • Big weekend for Bowdoin sports

    The Bowdoin women's basketball and men's hockey teams aren't about to let the winter sports season come to an end. The women's basketball team is off to the sectionals, or Sweet 16, after home wins last week over Salve Regina (74-64) and Mount Saint Mary (61-53). In the first game, ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough track competes at NEs The Class A state champion Scarborough indoor track and field team took part in the New England championships last weekend in Boston. The boys' 3,200 relay team came in eighth in 8 minutes, 9.33 seconds. On the girls' side, Emelia Scheemak...

  • Scarborough skier wins Maine Ski Challenge

    Scarborough's Sarah Berube won her division in the recent Maine Ski Challenge held at Black Mountain in Rumford. Berbue qualified through the Lost Valley Race Series for ages 10 through 12. With a fast time of 26.34 seconds, Berube claimed the Mountain Dew state trophy, a season pass to Lost Vall...