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Sports

  • Spring sports season once again sensational for Portland schools

    The 2009 spring sports season featured the old and the new. While many new faces had their moment in the spotlight, perennial champions once again did their thing, and after a warm start, Mother Nature delivered a rainy payback in spades. Ultimately, the lingering momen...

  • MCU wins Coastal Summer Challenge

    The Maine Coast United U-12 boys' soccer team, featuring players from throughout The Forecaster's coverage area, just completed a very successful 19-3 regular season by winning the Coastal Summer Challenge tournament in Bowdoin to capture the New England Soccer League championship. MCU United w...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Three local lacrosse players named All-Americans

  • Cape Elizabeth girls, Scarborough boys ousted in lacrosse regional finals

    While the Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team was able to advance to the state championship game, the school's girls' team and the defending Class A boys' champion Scarborough weren't as fortunate. The Red Storm's quest for a third Class A crown in four seasons was dashed emphaticall...

  • Scarborough softball wins rain-delayed Class A championship, ousts SP along the way

    It took two years and waiting through the last vestiges of Mother Nature's wrath for this spring, but the Scarborough softball team can once again call itself Class A state champions. After having Saturday's championship game (originally scheduled to be played in Augusta) postponed ...

  • Amato's wins SP softball title

    The Amato's major softball team won the South Portland American League championship and playoff title for the third year in a row with a 7-1 victory over the VFW. The team finished 13-1-1. Players (left to right, bottom to top): Taylor Whaley, Kiley Kennedy, Paige Carter, Lauren Mag...

  • Scarborough's baseball championship dreams denied by Deering, 16-10, in Western A Final

    What was supposed to be the pitching matchup of the season, instead turned into a wild and wacky slugfest that ultimately ended the finest Scarborough baseball campaign in years. Last Wednesday afternoon at St. Joseph's College, the Red Storm took part in their first ever Western Cl...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Local lacrosse players named All-Americans The Class A state champion Brunswick girls' lacrosse team placed senior Cecilia Kjellman on the Maine All-American team. The Dragons boys' team produced an All-American in senior defenseman Max Rosner. Brunswick coach Don G...

  • Brunswick boys' lacrosse falls to Portland in Class A Final, 9-3

    PORTLAND- The Brunswick boys' lacrosse team traveled to Fitzpatrick Stadium Saturday morning hoping that history would repeat itself. Two years ago, the Dragons battled Portland in the Class A Final on the Bulldogs' homefield and enjoyed a 12-9 victory. Saturday, Brunswi...

  • Brunswick girls' lacrosse repeats as Class A champions

    PORTLAND — Girls' lacrosse teams in the state of Maine should take note: It isn't wise to make the Brunswick Dragons feel as if they have something to prove. The Dragons, who steamrolled through the regular season and the playoffs, finally got a test Saturday afternoon...