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  • Spring sports underway in Portland

    The 2011 spring sports season is now underway in earnest. While most of the action to date has involved city boys' lacrosse teams, everyone else either has or is about to start up a new campaign. Baseball Deering and Portland began their baseball seasons last week, while Ch...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland rugby team evens record After losing their opening game to Kearsage, N.H., 17-5, the Portland boys' U-19 rugby club defeated the Collegiate B-side, 46-0, Saturday at the Cumberland Fairgrounds. As part of the Maine College Cup Tournament, played annually between men's and...

  • Deering baseball holds off SP, 4-3

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Not much separated the perennial powerhouse Deering Rams and host South Portland Red Riots in the teams' mutual baseball opener on a brisk, but pleasant Friday afternoon at Wainwright Field. When all was said and done, the Rams had just enough to win, 4-3, thanks to st...

  • Allen's 7 goals led Deering to romp over SP

    PORTLAND-A year ago versus South Portland, Carleton Allen was dealt the lowest moment of high school career. Saturday morning/afternoon against the Red Riots, Allen enjoyed one of his finest. Allen, a senior standout for the fast-starting Deering boys' lacrosse team, suffered a seas...

  • Scarborough boys stifle Cheverus, 4-1

    PORTLAND—The defending Class A state champion Scarborough boys' lacrosse team will likely have a very potent offensive attack before all is said and done, but so far in 2011, the Red Storm have relied on an almost impenetrable defense. After blanking South Portland in the opener, Sca...

  • Deering improves to 2-0 by holding off TA

    PORTLAND—While its prolific offense failed to materialize for most of Wednesday's contest, the Deering boys' lacrosse team showed it can grind out a victory as it battled its way to a 9-6 home win over Thornton Academy at Memorial Field. The Rams went over 17 minutes without a goal i...

  • Greely baseball blanks GNG in opener

    CUMBERLAND—The Greely baseball team opened its 2011 season Thursday afternoon and it was certainly worth the wait for the home team. On a windswept afternoon at Twin Brook, the Rangers got a stellar six-inning, 11-strikeout, shutout performance from junior Mike Leeman and their offen...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Cape football registration Cape Elizabeth football is holding a registration night Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. in the high school cafeteria for youth, middle and high school players. The booster fee is $135. After July 1, the fee is $150. FMI,

  • Brunswick snowboarder wins two competitions

    Myles Silverman, an eighth grader at Brunswick Junior High School, recently won the Nastar National Snowboard Competition in Winter Park, Colo.,  for boys ages 13 and 14, for the fourth straight year. He also captured the Mt. Dew Vertical Challenge Eastern Finals at Mt. Snow, Vt., posting th...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Swinging Bridge 5K rescheduled to Sunday The Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K has been rescheduled to Sunday, to benefit Brunswick's recent fire victims. It begins at 10 a.m., in front of the Red Mill on Bowdoin Mill Island in Topsham's Lower Village. Entry fees are $25 for a...