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  • Yarmouth graduate earns college honor

    Yarmouth High graduate Alan Palmer, a sophomore at Harvard, along with teammate Lauren Brants, was named New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association Coed Sailor of the Week after leading the Crimson to the championship of the Boston Dinghy Club Cup. Palmer learned to sail at the Portland Yacht C...

  • Key games await north-area teams

    Top teams square off consistently By Michael Hoffer

  • Portland Sea Dogs 2009 Preview

    Top pitching prospect Junichi Tazawa showed his stuff on Opening Day. (Brandon McKenney photo)

  • Deals aplenty at area golf courses

    It is the classic Economics 101 formula: If demand drops, so do prices. That is the case at golf courses across the country, and here in the Pine Tree State. Rounds were off nationally almost a full percentage point (0.8 percent) in 2008 with average rounds played down to 27,966 per...

  • Maine Wave wins championship

    The Maine Wave 8th grade girls' basketball team, featuring players from Portland, Cumberland, Falmouth, South Portland, Gorham and Westbrook, won its third straight YBOA state championship March 28 in Waterville. Kneeling (left to right): Caton Beaulieu, Leigh Wyman, Anna Hickey.

  • Hot Tamales win tournament

    The Casco Bay Hockey Mites Division "Hot Tamales" won the Mighty Mite March Mania tournament in Orono in late March. They defeated the Lewiston Junior Maniacs in the title game, 6-2. The team featured players from Portland, Falmouth, Yarmouth and South Portland. Top row (l...

  • Volleyball team wins another tourney

    The Portland North Junior Olympic 16 Gold A volleyball team, featuring several local players, won its second tournament in a row April 5 in Massachusetts, beating teams from Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Portland North is now atop the U-16 age group for New England. ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Lowry steps down as Cheverus hockey coach Cheverus boys' hockey coach Jack Lowry, who led the Stags to the 2005 and 2006 Class A state championships, the first and second in school history, announced last week that he is stepping down. Lowry, a South Portland resident who pl...

  • Key games await Portland-area teams

    Top teams square off consistently With the spring sports season right around the corner, let's get a jump and take a peek at some of the most appetizing contests on the agenda. Baseball

  • Sports Roundup