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  • SP holds off Cheverus in baseball clash, 4-3

    PORTLAND—The South Portland Red Riots picked up what could be a season-changing victory using the long ball, a little small ball and one very odd ball, to upend the Cheverus Stags 4-3 in a Western Class A baseball game Thursday afternoon at MacDonald Field. Trailing 2-0 after four comple...

  • Yarmouth outslugs Falmouth in baseball clash, 13-5

    YARMOUTH—Two days after a self-described lifeless performance in a home setback to Cape Elizabeth, its first loss of the 2010 season, the Yarmouth baseball team had no trouble turning up the intensity Friday afternoon when rival Falmouth came calling. The Clippers' bats awoke early a...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball ousted from USCAA tourney The Southern Maine Community College baseball team went 1-2 in the USCAA national baseball tournament, held a the refurbished Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach earlier this week. The Seawolves, ranked 10th, beat Penn State-Greater Allegh...

  • Spring sports season hits midway point

    The middle of May is upon us and that means the 2010 spring sports season is roughly at its halfway point. So far, so good has been the theme for local teams and there's plenty more excitement ahead. Here's a glimpse at where things stand: Baseball Cape Eliza...

  • Waynflete's birthday girl steals the show; Woodhouse's seven goals lead Flyers to 15-5 win at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—If Waynflete senior Morgan Woodhouse wasn't already dangerous enough, she's now a year older, had the extra incentive of making a statement on her 18th birthday Wednesday afternoon and put on a show. The two-time defending Class B state champion Flyers visited a Falmouth squad w...

  • Scarborough AD to step down: Gary Groves leaving school after two years

    After two years at Scarborough High School, Gary Groves is stepping down as athletic administrator to become a full-time pastor. Groves announced last week that his passion, ministry, had grown to the point where he can now do it full-time and that he is no longer able to juggle that pursu...

  • Spring sports season hits midway point

    The middle of May is upon us and that means the 2010 spring sports season is roughly at its halfway point. So far, so good has been the theme for local teams and there's plenty more excitement ahead. Here's a glimpse at where things stand: Baseball Brunswic...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Freeport road race Saturday Bow Street Market and the Freeport Running Boosters have teamed up to put on the "Bow Street Market Tortoise and Hare Road Race," Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. The race begins at Mast Landing in Freeport. Proceeds benefit the Free...

  • Brunswick lax teams split crossover tilts

    YARMOUTH — The Brunswick boys' and girls' lacrosse teams traveled south Saturday for a pair of highly-anticipated crossover contests. In the morning, the Dragons girls' squad, the two-time defending Class A state champion, paid a visit to one-time rival North Yarmouth Academy, the tw...

  • Correction

    The recent brief on Maine Baseball Hall of Fame inductees should have included Patrick Feury, a one-time standout at Cheverus and at the University of Maine at Portland-Gorham (now USM), who enjoyed a 20-year career as a player-coach in the Twilight League. Feury is a co-op teacher at Portland Hi...