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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Legion season winding down The American and Junior Legion postseasons are set to begin. The latest Zone 4 standings had Deering High-populated Nova Seafood boasting a 12-4 mark. First Title (comprised of Cheverus High players) was 8-9-1. Andrews Post (Portland High)... 1

  • Shortstop Powers Deering to a baseball dynasty

    Remember those first grainy, black-and-white baseball clips of the old-time greats? Maybe Shoeless Joe, or some other legend of the game's more idyllic times? At a pace defying the inherent leisure of a game of catch, due in large part to archaic means, they quickly snared each pass... 1

  • Local golfers take part in unique fundraiser

    Four local golf professionals – including three working in Falmouth – recently participated in a planned all-day golf-a-thon, playing as many holes as possible at Sanford Country Club, to raise money for the Folds of Honor Foundation. The Folds of Honor Foundation provides schol...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    New U-18 softball team seeks members

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: South Portland Red Riots

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year:

  • Spring Athlete of the Year: Scarborough Red Storm

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year:

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: Cape Elizabeth Capers

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year:

  • South Coaches of the Year

    Coach of the year is another very difficult award to bestow. There are so many devoted and excellent candidates. These awards were not necessarily awarded to a man and a woman, but to the top coach of a boys' team and the top coach of a girls' team. Spring 2009 Southern edit...

  • South Sports Roundup: July 15

    SMCC accepting Hall of Fame nominations

  • Mt. Ararat pays tribute to top spring athletes

    After a solid spring campaign, which featured playoff berths from every varsity squad, Mt. Ararat High School recently chose its top athletes of the season. Baseball, which went 10-6 in the regular season, then lost to Bangor in the Eastern A quarterfinals, gave its Outstanding Senior award to...