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Sports

  • Scarborough skier wins title

    Scarborough's Scott Berube won his class in the Skier's Edge Masters National Championships, held last weekend at Sunday River. Berube won a gold medal in the slalom and a silver medal in the giant slalom to secure a spot on the national team.  (Contributed photo)

  • Mollys make their mark at Endicott

    By Keith Wehmeyer For Endicott College in Beverly Mass., the I-95 corridor from Maine has become a pipeline of women's lacrosse talent. Maine won't be rivaling the Mid-Atlantic states for lacrosse supremacy anytime soon, but Endicott is enjoying ample success with the h...

  • Sports Roundup

    SMCC softball opens on high note

  • Local teams Westbrook tournament

    The South Portland sixth grade Lady Riots defeated Greely, Portland-Lincoln, Boothbay and Gardiner to win the recent Westbrook City Paper Classic tournament title. First row (left to right): Lillian LaRochelle (MVP of finals), Colleen Fleming, Paige Carter, Taylor Whaley (top score...

  • Bowdoin Beat Lacrosse teams cruising

    The Bowdoin men's and women's lacrosse teams aren't just winning, they're winning with flair and even dominance of late. Men's lacrosse

  • Sports roundup

    Rowing club looking for members

  • Editor's note: Winter awards next week

    We'll present our annual Winter Athletes and Coaches of the Year in next week's editions.

  • Middle school track celebrates 50 years at Portland Expo

    By Tony Myatt Middle school track and field at the Portland Expo celebrated a landmark birthday this year. The Southern Maine Middle School Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field League began in 1959 after the Southwestern Maine High School Track Conference purchased...

  • Pirates coach sets record

    Portland Pirates coach Kevin Dineen set a franchise record Friday with his 190th victory in a win over Lowell. Dineen passed Barry Trotz on the top of the list. Dineen has spent four years as Pirates coach and is currently leading the team in its quest for a playoff berth. (Contributed photo)

  • Local skiers qualify for Alpine Festival

    Local skiers (left to right) Lee Foden of Cape Elizabeth, Elly Bengtsson of Freeport, Leika Scott of Falmouth and Madeleine Whittier of Cumberland spend the past few months racing and eventually qualifying for the J4 Future Stars Alpine Ski Festival held last month at Okemo Mountain Resort in Vermon...