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  • Southern Sports Roundup: May 20

    SMCC golf fundraiser

  • South Portland can't top Deering; Red Riots fall 3-1

    By Eric Carson PORTLAND — The South Portland Red Riots offense managed to scrap together eight hits off Deering's hard-throwing ace Taylor Candage, last year's league MVP, but never did get that big hit they were looking for in a key situation, stranding at least one base runner i...

  • Greely baseball gets its revenge

    Rangers hold off Yarmouth, 8-7

  • Midcoast sports roundup: May 20

    Former Olympian to direct track camp

  • Bowdoin Beat; Track standouts compete at ECACs

    Two top Bowdoin track athletes competed in a postseason meet in Massachusetts and the awards keep on coming for those who took part in spring sports. Track

  • Portland falls to Yarmouth in boys' lacrosse epic

    Bulldogs' second half comeback not enough YARMOUTH— The Portland boys' lacrosse team certainly did its part Monday night to turn the "Game of the Year" into a game for the ages. The Bulldogs rallied from four goals down in the second half to take a momentary ...

  • North recap: Action sizzles as spring season hits home stretch

    Continued excitement on the diamond, field, track and courts highlighted the week that was. Here's the latest: Girls' lacrosse: NYA stays perfect


    As of May 18th: COACHES' BOYS' TOP TEN POLL MICHAEL'S BOYS' TOP TEN POLL 1) Yarmouth                               1) Yarmouth 2) Portland                    ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Two Burrells earn lacrosse honors Greely senior Jackson Burrell has been selected to play in the 2009 US Lacrosse National Senior Showcase in Providence, R.I., next month. Sam Burrell, a former Greely standout, now a senior defender at Springfield College, earned hi...

  • North area tennis players advance in singles tournament

    The opening round of the state tennis singles tournament was held over the weekend and many local players took part. By the end of Saturday's competition, 16 boys and 16 girls remained in Region 5 and among them are several familiar names. Four local boys advanced. ...