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Sports

  • South Sports Roundup

    United Way Night at Friday Pirates' game Ticket proceeds from this Friday night's Portland Pirates home game will go to the United Way Greater Portland's annual campaign. One hundred percent of the ticket price of Main or Quarter Deck seats will be donated. FMI,

  • Falmouth boys leave no doubt, erupt for 3-0 win over Yarmouth in Western B Final

    FALMOUTH—Instead of heightened emotions, palpitating drama and an epic finish, the Falmouth and Yarmouth boys' soccer teams produced a relatively tame and extremely sportsmanlike Western Class B Final Wednesday night. After an even and scoreless first half, the Yachtsmen took the lead for go...

  • Scarborough boys' soccer to defend Class A title; Red Storm edge Windham 1-0 in OT to set up state final date with Brunswick

    SCARBOROUGH—In a scoreless game, pressure builds with each tick of the clock. In overtime it reaches its peak. With each throw in, every corner kick, the tension builds. Each shot could be the last. Eventually, the balloon must pop. For one team the celebration begins and for the other the ...

  • Falmouth girls' soccer has no answers in 2-0 regional final loss at York

    YORK—Coming into the 2009 season, consensus held that the Falmouth girls' soccer team, the reigning Class B state champion, was the squad to beat. But Wednesday afternoon, the Yachtsmen ran into a team just slightly better, the York Wildcats, who ended Falmouth's season with an impressive 80...

  • Fall sports excitement at Bowdoin

    Bowdoin quarterback Oliver Kell was named NESCAC Player of the Week after breaking several team records in last weekend's 43-39 loss to Wesleyan. Kell completed 35 passes for 472 yards.

  • Great success for Brunswick in playoff action

    Last week was pretty amazing for the Brunswick High School athletic program. The Dragons turned heads in football, boys' and girls' soccer and cross country and hope to continue their prowess in the days to come. Morse and Mt. Ararat are also still in the postseason mix. Here's a glimpse:

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mt. Ararat spring coaching openings Mt. Ararat is seeking varsity baseball, freshman baseball, junior varsity baseball, junior varsity softball and junior varsity girls' lacrosse coaches for the 2010 spring season. Those interested should send a letter of intent, coaching resume and copie...

  • Scarborough fulfills its destiny; Red Storm rally for stirring 2-1 overtime win over Skowhegan in Class A Final

    YARMOUTH—A mere five-and-a-half minutes from despair, the Scarborough Red Storm field hockey team rose up off the deck, rallied and became Class A state champions for the first time Saturday afternoon. Facing the same team which had broken their hearts a year ago, the eight-time reigning sta...

  • Falmouth girls' soccer on brink of another championship; Greely, NYA, Yarmouth sent home

    (Ed. Note: For full Greely-Portland and NYA-Waynflete game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) It hasn't come as easily as expected, but at press time, the Falmouth girls' soccer team stood just one win from a return trip to the Class B state final. Wednesday afternoon,...

  • Three northern boys' soccer teams reach regional final round; Greely ousted in semis

    For the 10th year in a row, either Falmouth or Yarmouth will represent Western Class B in the boys' soccer state final. First, the defending state champion Clippers traveled to the powerhouse Yachtsmen Wednesday night for the regional final for the second year in a row. North Yarmouth Academy ...