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Sports

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC drops hoops doubleheader to rival Tuesday night, Southern Maine Community College hosted rival Central Maine CC in a basketball doubleheader to wrap up the first semester. The women hung tough throughout, but fell 60-55, dropping to 5-5 overall (5-2 in the conference)...

  • Strong starts the theme for winter teams; So far, so good on hardcourt, ice and in pool

    The 2009-10 winter sports season has only just begun, but it has left a lot of smiles in its wake. Boys' basketball While Scarborough's boys' basketball team was going down to its first defeat (please see story), Cape Elizabeth and South Portland continue to impress...

  • Hoffman-Johnson named All-American again

    Falmouth senior Gabe Hoffman-Johnson was selected as Maine's boys' soccer All-American at the 36th annual Maine Soccer Coaches' All-Star Banquet earlier this month. Hoffman-Johnson, who also earned All-American honors in 2008, is an All-New England selection and was also chosen the boys' Class B ...

  • Cheverus over Portland, in a knockout; Stags improve to 4-0 with 63-35 romp

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus Stags boys’ basketball team, playing without star point guard Indiana Faithfull after the senior was ejected late in the second quarter, hopped on the Kyle Randall Express and doubled its 15-point halftime lead with a 26-point third quarter fusillade to dismiss the Portl...

  • So far, so good for Mid-Coast winter sports teams

    The 2009-10 winter sports season has only just begun, but it has left a lot of smiles in its wake thus far. Boys' basketball The Brunswick boys' basketball team is off to a 3-0 start. The Dragons have enjoyed victories over Oxford Hills (45-28), Mt. Ararat (56-41) a...

  • Falmouth and Greely split hoops twinbill; Yachtsmen boys, Rangers girls re-affirm top contender status

    CUMBERLAND-No offense to the Falmouth girls' or Greely boys' basketball teams, but Tuesday's show belonged to the Yachtsmen boys and Rangers girls as those two championship contenders got to strut their stuff against a fierce rival.That was the perception beforehand and it rung true when a...

  • Strong starts the theme for North area teams; So far, so good on hardcourt, ice and in pool

    The 2009-10 winter sports season has only just begun, but it has left a lot of smiles in its wake thus far. Boys' basketball The biggest local boys' basketball showdown of the early season came Tuesday in Cumberland where the always-dangerous Greely Rangers played h...

  • Yarmouth hockey showing positive signs; Two wins, close loss to champion Greely creates optimism

    At the beginning of this decade, the Yarmouth hockey program set the standard.Heroes named Darling, Delaney, Fletcher and Foster, led by a skilled tactician named Matusovich, broke hearts from Cape Elizabeth to Falmouth to Gardiner en route to Class B championships in 2001 and 2002....

  • Falmouth hockey drops Fix Cup Final

    PORTLAND — With under a minute to play in the fourth annual Fix Cup Saturday at the Portland Ice Arena, Falmouth turned the puck over on its own blue line. Biddeford’s Ethan Pratt took advantage, skating uncontested at goalie Jay Hurdman and flicking the puck into the back of the net....

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth native named to All-Canada lacrosse team Falmouth's Jake Winn, a senior at McGill University in Montreal, was named to the All-Canada university field lacrosse team as a faceoff specialist. Yarmouth seeking assistant lax coach Yarmou...