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Sports

  • Local swimmers and divers aim high

    Portland-area swimmers and divers have long turned heads on the state level and that figures to be the case again in 2009-10. The Cheverus boys were Class A runners-up a year ago. This season, the Stags should be in the hunt again. Sophomore Cal Rohde was runner-up in the 200...

  • Waynflete skiers in the hunt; Portland Nordic ski club continues to grow

    The Waynflete Nordic ski program has been among the best in the state this decade. This year, the Flyers welcome a new coach and expect to contend again. The new head man is Wyatt Dumas, who spent two years as the Cape Elizabeth coach, coached at Bowdoin College and was a standout at Mt....

  • Deering chasing wrestling glory again; Cheverus, Portland programs on the rise

    The Deering wrestling program has produced numerous individual state champions this decade. Names like Kane, Stein, Smith, Weimer and Toussaint have had their turn at the top and this winter, senior Tyler DeBardino is ready to take his turn. DeBardino, who was the third-best ...

  • Yarmouth Clippers Winter Sports Preview

    Winter is always a time of triumph at Yarmouth. That's largely because of the superb skiing program, which always dominates, in Alpine and Nordic competition. The Clippers are ready to do it again. On the hardcourt, each team is young and isn't facing high expectations, but both should surprise...

  • North Yarmouth Academy Winter Sports Preview

    Henry Sterling should once again be leading the pack indoors this winter. MORE PHOTOS BELOW

  • Greely Rangers Winter Sports Preview

    At long last, the Greely Rangers captured an elusive Class B state hockey championship a year ago. This winter, the Rangers might just do it again. MORE PHOTOS BELOW

  • Freeport Falcons Winter Sports Preview

    This stands to be an exciting winter sports season at Freeport. The boys' basketball team welcomes home a one-time hero as its new coach. The girls' squad should be in the hunt for a playoff spot. The track program has some athletes to keep an eye on. Skiing is always a strong point and this ye...

  • Falmouth Yachtsmen Winter Sports Preview

    Falmouth will make noise across the board this winter. The boys' basketball team has a great shot to win a first-ever Class B championship. The girls' squad has advanced deep in the playoffs the past three years and hopes to remain a top contender this year. Boys' hockey was a regional finalist...

  • Woodhouse earns postseason soccer honors

    Waynflete senior standout Morgan Woodhouse was named the girls' Class C Player of the Year, in addition to being selected to the All-New England team at the 36th annual Maine Soccer Coaches' All-Star Banquet Sunday. Woodhouse, the school's first All-New England selection since Amanda Waterhouse in 1...

  • Portland Bulldogs Winter Sports Preview

    The Bulldogs of Portland figure to compete in several sports this winter. Leading the way is a boys' basketball team that got hot at the right time a year ago and reached the regional final. This year's squad figures to once again be among Western Class A's best. The girls' team keeps inching c...