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Sports

  • Scarborough Red Storm Winter Sports Preview

    Several Scarborough winter sports teams are in the hunt this year. Boys' basketball hopes to finally end its run of preliminary round losses and go deeper in the tournament. The girls' team has all the goods to win a first-ever regional and possible state title. Boys' hockey welcomes a legend a...

  • Cape Elizabeth Capers Winter Sports Preview

    The Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team celebrated its second straight Western B title last winter. This season, the Capers hope to win it all. MORE PHOTOS BELOW

  • Hoffman-Johnson named All-American again

    Falmouth senior Gabe Hoffman-Johnson was selected as Maine's boys' soccer All-American at Sunday's 36th annual Maine Soccer Coaches' All-Star Banquet. Hoffman-Johnson, who also earned All-American honors in 2008, is an All-New England selection and was also chosen the boys' Class B Player of the Yea...

  • Hyland-less Red Riots rally for win

    SOUTH PORTLAND—It was anything but pretty. But so what? The South Portland boys' basketball team, playing without senior guard Keegan Hyland, the league's top scorer each of the last two seasons, hung around the Windham Eagles and then hung around some more, before r...

  • Kate Anagnostis keeps athletes ready for the season . . . year round

    “I am into the game,” Kate Anagnostis says, “but I’m not only watching the ball – I’m watching the action behind the ball as well. After the play goes up field, I’m looking back to see if someone is down or even limping a little.” Anagnostis has been athletic trainer ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick soccer players, coach honored Brunswick girls' soccer coach Martyn Davison was chosen as the girls' Eastern Maine Coach of the Year and was nominated as the New England Region 1 Coach of the Year at Sunday's 36th annual Maine Soccer Coaches' Association All-Star banquet...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Local runners named to Coaches' cross country all-star team Emily Durgin, Fiona Hendry and Liana Rubinoff of the cross country Class A state champion Cheverus Stags were named to the Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association all-star team. Teammate Amelia Lundkvist, along with ...

  • Much more on-line

    For our traditional capsule previews of every varsity team at each school in our coverage area, please visit theforecaster.net.

  • Cheverus girls’ hockey might be the best of the bunch New coaches at Deering and Portland

    Based on early results, it's possible the Cheverus girls' hockey squad will have plenty to get excited about in February. After finishing 16-3-1 and falling 2-1 to Biddeford in the West Region Final a year ago, the 2009-10 Stags have turned it up another notch. Cheverus captu...

  • City boys' hockey teams battling low numbers, but retain high hopes

    While each school will put a solid boys' hockey team on the ice this winter, Cheverus, Deering and Portland are all battling low numbers. The Bulldogs had the most success a year ago, going 9-9-1 and losing 6-3 to Kennebunk in the Western A preliminary round of the playoffs. ...