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Sports

  • Football teams near finish line

    While all three local football teams are apparently en route to the playoffs, each still has unfinished business to take care of. In Western A, South Portland seeks to improve its standing, finish with a winning record for the first time in nine years and avenge an agonizing loss from a ye...

  • It's playoff time for southern edition teams

    The 2010 golf season has come to a close. Field hockey's playoffs are underway, volleyball's are as well and cross-country's regional meet will be held Saturday. If that's not enough, soccer's postseason is set to begin. Rest assured, there will be plenty of drama in the weeks to come....

  • South Sports Roundup

    Frozen Ropes tryouts upcoming The Frozen Ropes Training Center will conduct tryouts Saturday at the Portland Sports Center on Warren Avenue, beginning at 12 p.m. for their U-13 and U-14 travel baseball teams. FMI, 878-2600 or

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings Freeport High School is seeking varsity Nordic and assistant varsity Nordic ski coaches for the winter season. Durham Middle School has an opening for a spring track and field coach and Freeport Middle School is seeking 8th grade baseball and ...

  • Falmouth soccer team wins Fall Classic

    The Falmouth U-13 boys' soccer team won the Falmouth Fall Classic Tournament last week in a penalty kick shootout over the Yarmouth Colts. The team went 4-0 during the tournament, scoring 11 goals and allowing only three. Team: Reece Armitage, Robbie Armitage, Sam Claytor, Ray Cormier,...

  • Soccer playoffs loom; Forecaster Country teams stand to excel again

    The soccer regular season is winding to a close and it looks like most local teams will take part in the postseason, which begins this weekend. Heavyweights Once again, Falmouth's and Yarmouth's boys' teams are among the finest in not only Class B, ...

  • Scarborough field hockey advances; Cape, SP ousted

    Another field hockey postseason is underway and once again, the Scarborough Red Storm appear to be the team to beat. Class A state finalists in 2008 and first-time champions a year ago, the Red Storm were expected to be mortal this autumn, but instead won 13 of 14 regular season games, the...

  • Cheverus field hockey passes quarterfinal test; Stags edge Kennebunk, 3-2

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus field hockey team didn't exactly finish the regular season strong, but the Stags regrouped and Wednesday afternoon announced that they intend to be a factor in the Western A postseason. In the quarterfinals, the sixth-ranked Stags rallied from a first half defic...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mt. Ararat ski team holding fundraiser The Mt. Ararat High School Nordic ski team is hosting a fundraising 5K Saturday, Nov. 6 at 9 a.m. The race will begin at the high school's athletic fields. Pre-registration is $15. Day of the race is $20. FMI,  725-8465,

  • It's playoff time in the Mid-Coast

    The 2010 golf season has come to a close. Field hockey's playoffs are underway and cross-country's regional meet will be held Saturday, which is when the football regular season ends. Soccer's postseason is set to begin and there will be plenty of drama in the weeks to come. Here's an ...