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Sports

  • Cheverus boys pull away in second half, down Portland, 49-28

    PORTLAND—While its cloak of invincibility has vanished, at least for the time being, the Cheverus boys' basketball team, the defending Class A state champion, continues to find a way to get the job done. After a 16-point, 11-turnover first half Thursday evening, the Stags used their ...

  • Holiday action right around the corner

    Local basketball and hockey players will be busy in the days between Christmas and New Year's. Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth's boys' basketball teams will compete at the Portland High holiday tournament at the Portland Expo, Monday, Dec. 27 through Thursday, Dec. 30. Defending Cla...

  • Holiday action right around the corner

    Local basketball and hockey players will be busy in the days between Christmas and New Year's Day. The Portland boys' basketball team will once again hold a holiday tournament at the Portland Expo, Monday, Dec. 27 through Thursday, Dec. 30. Cheverus, Deering and the host Bulldogs will all ...

  • McAuley rallies for dramatic win at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—The McAuley girls' basketball team certainly showed the heart of a lion Tuesday evening. Visiting a talented foe, gung ho for a first-ever win over its nemesis, in front of a rabid crowd, McAuley could do little in the first half and trailed by as many as a dozen points, but...

  • New winter season begins with triumph in Forecaster Country

    Falmouth's Michael Lafond drives around a Waynflete defender during the Yachtsmen's 42-23 victory Thursday.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Quinton Porter holiding football clinic Former Portland High and Boston College quarterback Quinton Porter, who spent a season with the Houston Texans and has been a member of the Canadian Football League's Hamilton Tiger-...

  • Greely boys and girls hold off Falmouth to sweep hoops twinbill

    CUMBERLAND—Round one goes to the Rangers. Saturday afternoon/evening, in an entertaining pair of basketball games, Greely's boys and girls were able to fend off upset bids from fierce rival Falmouth and stay undefeated on the young season. The girls' contest got things started...

  • New winter season begins with triumph for city teams

    Deering senior Jackson Frey takes the ball to the rim on a fast break as Scarborough senior Kevin Philbrick tries to impede his path. The Rams fell to 1-2 Friday with a 42-28 loss at the Red Storm.

  • Cheverus girls dominate Portland, McAuley next

    PORTLAND—With two games in a 24-hour span this weekend, the Cheverus girls' basketball team had ample opportunity to look ahead to a pending showdown with its rival/nemesis. Instead, the Stags took care of business and enter Tuesday's heavily anticipated battle with McAuley at 4-0.

  • Scarborough smothers Deering, makes early statement

    SCARBOROUGH—A year after what it perceived to be an unfair and disappointing playoff ouster and three games into a season in which few outside its locker room believed in its ability, the Scarborough boys' basketball team is serving up some revenge. Cold. Friday night, the Red...