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Sports

  • Deering rallies to stun McAuley, take top seed

    PORTLAND—The Western Class A girls' basketball tournament doesn't officially get serious until Feb. 21, but a definite playoff feel was in the air Thursday evening amid the clamorous and claustrophobic conditions at Catherine McAuley High School's gymnasium. In a rematch of last Thur...

  • Cape hockey upsets Greely, 4-3

    FALMOUTH—They had never done it. Even the six seniors on the Cape Elizabeth boys hockey team had never defeated Greely—until Wednesday night at Family Ice Center. Junior Nick Breed scored the game winner with 4:26 remaining in the third period as Cape Elizabeth toppled G...

  • Postseason fun begins: Southern edition

    One weekend of postseason action is in the books and things are about to really ramp up. Last weekend, swimming's first of two Southwesterns meets was contested and the girls' hockey and indoor track regular seasons came to a close. Basketball (see story) has a week to go and boys' ho...

  • Cape, SP hoops teams playoff bound; Scarborough likely out

    With one game remaining, the basketball playoff picture is nearly complete. Cape Elizabeth and South Portland's boys' teams are in line for high seeds, while Scarborough needs help and Greater Portland Christian School will be on the outside looking in. On the girls' side, South Por...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Former Scarborough runner earns UMO academic award Scarborough's Chris Harmon recently received a gold medallion award at the University of Maine for the second time in recognition for his achievements as a scholar-athlete (track, cross country). Harmon, a political scienc...

  • Cheverus ekes out win at Deering to stay unblemished

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus performance was far from flawless, but the Stags’ record remains untarnished. Cheverus overcame an inspired Deering effort to pull out a 43-36 boys’ basketball victory on Tuesday night in a turnover-plagued affair at Deering High School that wasn&rsq...

  • Postseason fun begins in Mid-Coast

    One weekend of postseason action is in the books and things are about to really ramp up. Last weekend, wrestling held its regional championships and the girls' hockey, swimming and indoor track regular seasons came to a close. Basketball has just hours to go and boys' hockey and skiing ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    AAU baseball tryout upcoming The Southern Maine Outlaws U-14 baseball team is holding tryouts Feb. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Seacoast United Maine Indoor Arena in Topsham. The cost is $20. Players must be 14 as of May 1. FMI...

  • Bowdoin basketball season winds down

    Bowdoin's Will Hanley pulls down one of his 15 rebounds in the Polar Bears' 74-59 loss to Middlebury Saturday in Brunswick. Bowdoin fell to 13-7 on the year (2-5 in NESCAC play) and wraps up the regular season at Connecticut College Friday and Wesleyan Saturday.

  • Former Falmouth athlete wins Florida marathon

    Falmouth's Jesse Hugo recently made big noise in the state of Florida by winning his debut marathon, in Melbourne, with a time of 2 hours, 35 minutes, 53 seconds.