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Sports

  • North Sports Roundup

    Katahdin field hockey tryouts upcoming The Maine Field Hockey Club Katahdin Festival team is holding tryouts for players U-19 and under Saturday, July 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Deering High turf field. FMI, katahdinfh@yahoo.com...

  • What a spring! Rough weather overshadowed by high drama

    The spring of 2014 is now in our rearview mirror and while it will certainly be remembered for challenging weather conditions, ultimately, it will be hailed for the thrills it produced. Outdoor track gave out its hardware first and the Cheverus boys stole the show, ending a long title ques...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf fundraiser upcoming The first Southern Maine golf scramble to benefit the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame will be held Monday, July 21 at the Falmouth Country Club. The scramble begins with a shotgun start a...

  • Seacoast United girls' soccer team returns to Region 1 championships

    The Seacoast United Mariners U-19 girls' soccer team recently competed in the Region 1 Youth Soccer Championships in Kingstown, R.I., for the seventh year in a row. After beating West Virginia in their first game, the Mariners lost to Virg...

  • 207Lacrosse team wins Rhode Island tournament

    The 207Lacrosse boys' Class of 2015 elite travel lacrosse team recently won the Bryant Bulldog Classic Elite Division in Smithfield, R.I.  The team went 5-0, scoring 63 goals while allowing 19.  The team consisted of the following players: John Beatty and Jonny LaMourie ...

  • Williamson earns Miss Maine Softball honor

    Scarborough softball standout Alyssa Williamson (left) is presented with the 2014 Miss Maine Softball award by former Red Storm star and 2007 winner Kelsey Griffin Tuesday afternoon. Williamson, who will play at Drexel University in Philadelphia next year, previously was named the Maine Gatorade ...

  • Struggling Red Sox still All-Star-worthy

    Whether you’re still basking in the glow of Boston’s third title in 10 years or you’ve invested your heart and soul in this year’s band of underachievers, you’ve likely been frustrated by the 2014 Red Sox.

  • Falmouth sailors compete at world championships

    Falmouth's Todd LaLumiere, along with sons, Charley and Matt, recently competed in the 2014 World Sailing Championships for Etchells Class sailboats in Newport, R.I. Todd LaLumiere is the reigning champion of the Maine fleet and his family was competing as one of just three father/son teams. Char...

  • Local stars dominate lax All-American teams

    Forecaster Country continues to boast the very best lacrosse players in the state. A group that is so good that it made up most of the state's All-American list. Again. This spring, the two girls honored and seven of the nine boys selected came from local schools. Sta...

  • Cape softball denied...First loss comes in regional final

    This time, there was no Houdini act. Last Wednesday afternoon at St. Joseph's College, four days after an epic comeback for the ages against Yarmouth in the semifinals, the Cape Elizabeth softball team again dug a five-run hole, this time against Wells in the Western B Final, but on this o...