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  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Former Bowdoin coach honored as Maine Sports Legend The Maine Sports Legends will induct 10 individuals into its "Hall of Honors" Sunday in Waterville. Among that group is former Bowdoin College men's basketball coach Ray Bicknell, who coached the Pola Bears for 23 ...

  • Falmouth and Yarmouth play to another 1-1 tie

    FALMOUTH—Sooner or later, a Falmouth-Yarmouth boys' soccer game is going to turn memorable. That didn't appear to be the case Thursday night, but with just under seven minutes to play, with the host Yachtsmen up 1-0 and apparently heading to a rather humdrum victory, everything changed.

  • Cape Elizabeth girls' soccer falls at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—Junior Jess DiPhillipo delivered a perfect pass into the box for teammate Nancy Cooper who shot near post, putting Falmouth up, 3-1, en route to a 5-1 victory over Cape Elizabeth Tuesday evening. Tied, 1-1, at the half, the Yachtsmen scored four unanswered goals in the second half,... 1

  • Portland boys' soccer rolls to 6-1 win over Cheverus on Breast Cancer Awareness Night

    PORTLAND-On a night where pink was prevelant, the Portland boys' soccer team left the Cheverus Stags blue. Fitzpatrick Stadium was the site of an inspirational pregame ceremony in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. The field was adorned with pink ribbons, the teams played with a pink soccer bal...

  • Postseason around the corner for North area golf and field hockey; soccer, cross country showdowns aplenty

    Greely freshman Sammi Torrish tried to play the ball around Falmouth junior Abby Cavalero Friday night. The Rangers and  Yachtsmen battled to a scoreless draw, the second tie between the rivals this fall.

  • Yarmouth football stuns Lisbon, improves to 3-2; Falmouth, Freeport, Greely not as fortunate

    The Yarmouth football program has arrived. Has it ever. After winning just one game total in their first two varsity seasons, the Clippers find themselves on target for a playoff berth in year three following Friday night's stunning 48-26 home victory (their third in as many weeks) over...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth hosting school spirit bonfire There will be a school spirit bonfire at Falmouth High after the varsity football game Friday night. Students and parents are welcome to attend. All Falmouth High fall teams will be honored at the event. Greely seeks winter coaches

  • Local tennis players capture sectionals title

    The Prime Time Senior Tennis Team, comprised of players from The Woodlands Club and Maine Pines, won the New England Sectionals in late August and will compete in the USTA Nationals in Indian Wells, Cal., later this month. From left: Carol Wells, Prisca Thomson, Tammy Small, co-cap...

  • Changing of the guard? Falmouth beats Greely in volleyball showdown

    FALMOUTH —The Greely volleyball team is invincible no more and it appears that the team next door could be the heir to the throne. Monday evening at Falmouth High, in arguably the most anticipated high school volleyball match in state history, the host Yachtsmen continued their dream season, s...

  • Portland stays red-hot, pulls away for 35-14 win at Biddeford

    BIDDEFORD —The Blue raised their helmets high in unison and gathered at the fence that separates the playing field from the fans. In a moment as impromptu as it was heartfelt, Portland football fans demanded the team deliver an a cappella rendition of an ancient battle cry. And while some m...