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Sports

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for boys' and girls' basketball and boys' and girls' hockey. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Jan. 3, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland Coun...

  • Cape holds off Falmouth for much needed win

    CAPE ELIZABETH—The highly-touted Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team hit a rough patch at the end of 2014 and faced the daunting task of beginning the new year against visiting powerhouse Falmouth. The Capers could have either continued to slump or rise to the occasion and it was cl...

  • Falmouth girls stymie Cape Elizabeth from start to finish

    FALMOUTH—Coming off a lopsided loss at rival Greely prior to the holiday break, the Falmouth girls' basketball team wanted to make a statement when it kicked off the new year Saturday afternoon against shorthanded visiting Cape Elizabeth. And the Yachtsmen did just that. Falmo...

  • Local lax players win Massachusetts tournament

    The 207Lacrosse boys' Class of 2019 travel team won the recent NESSL Holiday LaxFest tournament in Bedford, Massachusetts, going 4-0 and downing NESSL, 15-6, in the championship game.

  • Greely girls play D for Diana, hold off Fryeburg

    CUMBERLAND—Prior to Friday evening, Diana Manduca had done just about everything a person can do on a basketball court. She helped the Deering girls win back-to-back Class A state championships, became a 1,000-point scorer at Colby College and has been a very successful assistant coa...

  • Portland girls escape Sanford's rally

    PORTLAND—When Portland's girls' basketball team won the opening tip of Friday afternoon's contest against Sanford at the Portland Exposition Building and sophomore Kate Johnson raced in for a layup, all signs pointed to it being the Bulldogs' day. When Johnson made a second layup 20 ...

  • The 2014 sports year was something special--Mid-Coast

    Every year we rave about the drama produced by local high school sports athletes, then the calendar flips and they go out and raise the bar another notch. That was certainly the case in 2014. From start to finish. With another w...

  • Yarmouth/Freeport/GNG earns statement win at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—While the Yarmouth/Freeport/Gray-New Gloucester co-op girls' ice hockey team had been very competitive this winter, the highly touted squad lacked a signature victory. Wednesday afternoon at Family Ice Center, it went out and earned a huge one. Yarmouth/Freeport/Gray-...

  • Deering won't be denied, rallies from 20 down to stun SP

    PORTLAND—If the Deering girls' basketball team goes on to become the championship contender it fancies itself to be, it will look back at the events of the penultimate evening of 2014 as the reason why everything changed for the better. Playing without sophomore standout Tasia Tither...

  • Red Riots rally to shock Deering

    PORTLAND—When you make fewer than half your free throws, turn the ball over two dozen times and trail most of the way, you have no business winning a game on the court of one of the most talented and athletic teams around, but good luck telling the South Portland boys' basketball squad what...