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Sports

  • Scarborough boys fall in tennis regional final; Heartbreaking loss for Cape Elizabeth boys

    The tennis season has come to an end for local teams. Wednesday afternoon, the last remaining squad, the Scarborough boys, took part in the regional final for the second year in a row, but again fell short, losing to top-ranked Windham, 4-1. Cape Elizabeth had the most a...

  • South Portland falls in girls' lacrosse prelim; Five other squads dreaming of a championship

    If the opening act was any indication, the next week-plus will be very interesting for local boys' and girls' lacrosse teams and their fans. Tuesday night, at a rainy Fitzpatrick Stadium, the South Portland girls took part in their first playoff game in five seasons, nearly capping...

  • Scarborough girls finish second at Class A track states

    Stop the press: the Scarborough girls' track team came in second. After dominating the sport for the past four years and winning its share indoors and in cross country as well, the Red Storm finally met their match Saturday at the Class A outdoor state championship meet in Saco.

  • Three baseball teams entertaining title dreams

    Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland's baseball teams all felt pretty good about their chances when the postseason began earlier this week. In Western A, Scarborough (12-4 and ranked third) hosted either No. 6 Bonny Eagle (10-6) or No. 11 Kennebunk (5-11) in the quarterfi...

  • Scarborough wins league softball title, looks to add state crown

    The championship quests of the Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland softball teams were set to begin Thursday. In Western Class A, the Red Storm, who went 15-1 and earned the top seed for the playoffs, won the SMAA title last weekend with a 1-0 triumph over Bonny Eagle and...

  • South sports roundup

    South Portland coaching vacancies

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Wrestling series coming to Morse The 25th annual Maine/Nebraska wrestling exchange will make a stop at Morse High School June 28. It will be the fourth of four competitions in the longest running exchange of its type. Several wrestlers from Morse and Mt. Ararat are ...

  • Mid-Coast Recap: Playoff action galore

    The past week has been a busy one for local athletes as all spring sports have either started or completed their postseasons. Here's a look at what's happened and yet to come: Track

  • Soccer team wins state title

    The U-12 Seacoast United Maine Freedom girls' soccer team, featuring players from Forecaster Country, was recently crowned state champions by winning its division in State Cup competition. The squad beat Maine Coast United in the final. The girls outscored the opposition 37-1 during its State C...

  • Cheverus boys' lacrosse keeps season alive with prelim win over Noble

    Cheverus boys' lacrosse coach Deke Andrew wasn't even sure his team would be in the 2009 Western Class A playoffs prior to getting confirmation from the final Heal Points standings. If that was a pleasant surprise, imagine how Andrew felt Tuesday after his Stags put forth a superb e...