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Sports

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth woman running Boston Marathon for charity Falmouth's Crystal White will run the 114th Boston Marathon next month as a member of the American Liver Foundation's Run for Research team to help raise thousands of dollars for those suffering from life-threatening liver...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Fitzpatrick leads Norwich to NCAA title gameFormer Cheverus player Mollie Fitzpatrick (a sophomore) and the Norwich women's hockey team reached the NCAA Division III national championship game last weekend before losing, 7-2, to Amherst. The Cadets beat Plattsburgh State, ...

  • Portland's winter sports stars earn their due

    City winter sports athletes took fans on a three-month ride of excitement and triumph. As expected, an abundance of Bulldogs, Flyers, Lions, Rams and Stags have been named to postseason all-star teams. Here's a full accounting: Boys' basketball Class A state champio...

  • Portland Porpoise swimmers compete at state championships

    The Portland Porpoises competed last weekend at the state championship meet at Bowdoin College where the team placed fourth out of 22 teams. Reed Fernandez, Ellen Silk, Peterson Silk and Glade Fredenberg were high point scorers in their age group. Eight swimmers from the Porpois...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC hires new assistant baseball coach Southern Maine Community College has hired Jacob Kleckner as its new assistant baseball coach. Kleckner replaces Andy Wood, who is now coaching at St. Joseph's College. SMCC names Athletes of the Month ...

  • Southern edition winter sports teams enjoyed plenty of highlights

    (Ed. Note: We recapped the basketball season in last week's edition) Winter sports fans had plenty of options the past few months. There was ample drama on the ice, slopes, trails, track, mat and in the pool. Two local boys' hockey teams made the playoffs. The Cheverus girl... 1

  • Manning named Miss Maine Basketball

    BANGOR—A perfect season ended with one final dreamy accolade for Scarborough senior basketball standout Christy Manning. Friday night, at the Maine McDonald's state basketball banquet at Husson University, Manning was named the winner of the 2009-10 Miss Maine Basketball award, the f...

  • Winter sports season was triumphant

    Winter sports fans had plenty of options the past few months. There was ample drama on the hardcourt, ice, mats, slopes, trails, track and in the pool. Brunswick's girls' basketball team made it to the regional final and just missed a trip to states. Morse and Mt. Ararat also made it to th...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick rec offering youth volleyball The Brunswick Recreation Department and the Mid-Coast Junior Volleyball Club are conducting a four-week long coed youth league in Brunswick on Monday and Wednesday afternoons until April school vacation. FMI,

  • Local swimmers, coaches honored

    The Maine Swim League coaches recently honored several local athletes and coaches for their performance in the 2009-10 season. The girls' all-state team included Jessica Russell of Brunswick (100 backstroke champion and runner-up in the 200 free at the Class A state meet), Morse's Emily Bu...