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  • Athletes of the Year: Non-Portland area winners

    OTHER WINNERS Wondering who won our awards in our other coverage areas? Here you go: NORTHERN EDITION FALMOUTH-Tommy Winger (Track): Annie Criscione (Tennis) FREEPORT-Greg Ordway (Lacrosse): Kristen Poulin (Track) GREELY-S...

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: Cheverus Stags

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year: MICK DISTASIO, Senior-Baseball * SMAA All-Conference first team, outfield * SMAA All-Conference first team, pitcher * SMAA All-Academic team * Team MVP ...

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: Deering Rams

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year:

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: Portland Bulldogs

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year: K.R. JURGELEVICH, Senior-Lacrosse * All-American * SMAA All-Conference first team, midfield * Senior All-Star Whatever future lacrosse stardom awaits K.R. Jurgelevich (and t...

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: Waynflete Flyers

    2009 Spring Male Athlete of the Year:

  • Spring Athletes of the Year: McAuley Lions

    2009 Spring Female Athlete of the Year: ERIN WOODBURY, Senior-Tennis * SMAA All-Conference singles first team Erin Woodbury didn't spend her freshman year at McAuley, but she certainly made up for lost time.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    PBC fighters split at Women's National Golden Gloves Portland Boxing Club welterweight Lisa Kuronya, the former five-time national champion, lost a 3-2 split decision to Andrecia Wasson of Indianapolis, Ind., last weekend. Kuronya will retire from competition and be...

  • Northeast Turf wins SP Little League title

    Northeast Turf recently won the South Portland American Little League Major championship, downing Willows Pizza 2-0 and Saco-Biddeford Savings 2-0, to win the crown. Left to right: Alec Hewitt, Joe Genesio, Patrick Boles, Brad Mileson, Isaac Dunn, coach Harlan Michaud, Bryan Curry, Matt Harmon...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    New U-18 softball team seeks members

  • A little help from Joanie

    Nearly 900 runners participated in the annual July 4th L.L Bean 10K road race in Freeport, but one of the best moments happened when Olympic champion Joan Benoit Samuelson, wearing No. 1, gently pushed Kristin Barry of Scarborough across the finish line for second place while Samuelson finished thir...