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  • Scarborough volleyball drops home showdown against Greely

    SCARBOROUGH — As the Scarborough volleyball team seeks its place in the Class A pecking order this fall, Tuesday evening's 3-1 home loss to six-time defending state champion Greely should serve as a confidence booster. The Red Storm were competitive in three of the four games, made th...

  • South Portland falls to 1-2 after 21-0 loss at Cheverus

    PORTLAND — This was supposed to be the year that the South Portland football team turned the corner, but as we near the midway point, the Red Riots have yet to make a move. Saturday afternoon, South Portland played solid on defense, but managed just 133 yards of offense and fell to 1-...

  • Wins keep on coming for local teams

    Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland's fall athletic teams continue to make their mark and deliver an abundance of thrills to their followers. Here's a look at what you might have missed: Football While South Portland's football team suffered a loss at Cheverus...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball earns a pair of splits The Southern Maine Community College baseball teams split recent doubleheaders against New Hampshire Technical Institute (winning 13-8 and losing 5-1) and Navy Prep (losing 7-3, winning 5-4). The Seawolves are 5-4 on the year. The men's soccer...

  • Safe Passage fundraiser soccer tournament held under lights for first time

    The Yarmouth Colts Soccer Club held its fourth annual Soccer Blast Tournament Sept. 12. It was the first time that the fundraiser, which raised $5,750 for Safe Passage, was held under the lights on the high school's turf field. The tournament included 26 teams, U-10 through U-12.

  • Correction

    Last week's football story should have mentioned that Falmouth's Zach Alexander threw a 30-yard TD pass to Jack Cooleen in the Yachtsmen's 22-0 win over Fryeburg.

  • A victorious week for local teams

    Dramatic victories and a few heartbreaking losses were the story in high school athletics over the past week. Here's a recap: Football Brunswick's football team suffered its first loss Friday night, 18-15 at home to Messalonskee, in a back-and-forth affair. The Dragons l...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Knights of Columbus sponsoring soccer challenge The Knights of Columbus Bath Council is sponsoring a soccer challenge for boys and girls ages 10 to 14, Saturday, Oct. 3 at 1 p.m. at the Legion Field on Congress Ave. in Bath. FMI, 443-9196. Crew rowing club holding ope...

  • Waynflete goes overtime to beat NYA in girls' soccer battle

    PORTLAND—Morgan Woodhouse wasn't about to let another golden opportunity slip away. Waynflete's senior standout had her share of good looks at the goal during Tuesday afternoon's showdown with rival North Yarmouth Academy and came up empty, but early in the second five-minute &quo...

  • Falmouth-Yarmouth soccer showdowns highlight exciting week

    (Ed. Note: For full Falmouth-Yarmouth boys' soccer, Falmouth-Greely field hockey and NYA-Waynflete girls' soccer game stories, please see our Web site at...