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Sports

  • North Sports Roundup

    Keyes to retire John Keyes, who built the Falmouth girls' swim program into a multi-state championship winning juggernaut, announced last week that he plans to retire from coaching the sport. Keyes led the Yachtsmen to five Class B state championships in six seasons and sent ...

  • Falmouth Middle School skiers enjoy fine season

    The Falmouth Alpine and Nordic ski teams had a strong 2009 season. Back row (left to right): Sam Pratico (10th place meisters), Jay Lesser (10th place classic), Ben Hilfrank (seventh place giant slalom), Joe Lesniak (seven place slalom). Front row: Jessica Abromson (10th place skate), Leika Sco...

  • Roundup

    Falmouth students honored At Falmouth High's recent Winter Sports Awards night, senior Sara Bachman was given the Sportsmanship Award and senior Tommy Winger received the  Leadership Award. Forecaster Winter Athletes of the Year were also announced and will run in our April ...

  • A winter for stars to shine

    Southern edition all-stars honored in several sports While it's finally starting to feel like spring, we can't let go of winter just yet.

  • South Portland team wins tournament

    The South Portland sixth grade girls' travel basketball team recently won the Brunswick March youth tournament with wins over Mt. Ararat and Gardiner. The team consists of players from Mahoney and Memorial middle schools. Left to right: Lillian LaRochelle, Markie Amadei, Colleen Fle...

  • Roundup

    South Portland hockey awards given

  • A winter for stars to shine

    Midcoast all-stars honored in several sports While it's finally starting to feel like spring, we can't let go of winter just yet.

  • Bowdoin Beat

    Another win for men's lacrosse The spring sports season continues at Bowdoin, while three members of a winter team have one final hurrah.

  • Roundup

    Lacrosse officials' classes offered The Maine Women's Lacrosse Officials Association is offering "New Umpire Classes" Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m., at Brunswick High School. FMI, mary_parker@coconetme.org. Bruins alumni to face local...

  • Alumni game raises $1,100 for local hockey teams

    The recent first annual Green Bridge Alumni Classic hockey game between Brunswick and Mt. Ararat High alumni raised $1,100 to split between the schools' hockey programs. Brunswick won 4-2. Mt. Ararat graduates (from left) Ryan Atwood and Austin Soule, along with Mt. Ararat Middle School coach A.J. K...