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Sports

  • Mid-Coast all-stars in abundance

    Brunswick, Morse and Mt. Ararat all had their moments this fall and each school placed plenty of athletes on Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf (football wasn't available at press time) all-star teams. The boys' soccer Class A south division first bo...

  • Mt. Ararat honors top fall athletes

    Mt. Ararat High School recently paid tribute to its top fall athletes. The varsity football team gave its Coaches' Award to Frank True. T.C. Schofield won the Outstanding Senior citation. The junior varsity team gave its Coaches' Award to Chandler McKeage. Freshman football honored Ryan Smith wi...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mt. Ararat spring coaching openings Mt. Ararat is seeking varsity baseball, freshman baseball, junior varsity baseball, junior varsity softball and junior varsity girls' lacrosse coaches for the 2010 spring season. Those interested should send a letter of intent, coaching resume and copie...

  • Winter Sports Preview next week

    The Forecaster will present its ninth annual Winter Sports Preview in our Dec. 11 print edition. The preview will also be available on-line beginning Dec. 9.

  • Elsewhere

    SUBHEAD-ELSEWHERE If you're wondering who won these awards in our other coverage areas, here's a quick look:

  • Coaches of the Year

    Coach of the Year is a very difficult award to bestow. There are so many devoted and excellent ones out there.

  • South Portland Red Riots

    2009 FALL MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:

  • Scarborough Red Storm

    2009 FALL MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:

  • Cape Elizabeth Capers

    2009 FALL MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:

  • 2009 Fall Athletes of the Year

    Text and photos by Michael Hoffer As usual, selecting the top male and female fall athletes from each school was a challenge, more so in some cases than in others. While coaches and athletic directors were consulted, the ultimate decision was mine, based on seeing all or part of 110...