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Sports

  • Falmouth native completes Chattanooga triathlon

    Falmouth native Michael Douglas Greene, now living in Charlotte, North Carolina, completed his third full triathlon (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run)...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for football, boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Oct. 4, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon. The poll includes our core coverage area (coasta...

  • Falmouth dazzles in statement victory at Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH—Last fall, Yarmouth's boys' soccer team went to Falmouth and handed the Yachtsmen their worst defeat this century. And Falmouth didn't forget. Saturday evening on Yarmouth's turf, the Yachtsmen again dug an early hole and once again the final score would be lopsided, ...

  • Portland blanks SP, win streak continues

    PORTLAND—Portland's girls' soccer program has reinvented itself over the past two seasons, but one thing the Bulldogs haven't been able to do in recent years is beat rival South Portland. Portland had to get up early and play in drizzly conditions Saturday morning at Fitzpatrick Stad...

  • Portland field hockey rallies for key win

    PORTLAND—Not much was going the way of the Portland field hockey team Saturday at Fitzpatrick Stadium. For starters, the Bulldogs had to get up early to play a 9 a.m. game. Then, Portland fell behind visiting Biddeford, 1-0, in the first half as the Bulldogs weren't able to fi...

  • South Portland survives Sanford, wins fourth in a row

    SOUTH PORTLAND—What a difference a month makes. South Portland's football team was drubbed by powerhouse Thornton Academy in the season opener and it looked as if the Red Riots would be a non-factor this fall, but with just three weeks to go in the regular season, South Portland find...

  • Unbeaten no more...NYA ends Yarmouth's run in OT

    YARMOUTH—A perfect bounce spelled the end of the quest for a perfect season in a gem of a field hockey game Friday afternoon. Undefeated Yarmouth made the very short trip to rival North Yarmouth Academy and appeared en route to its 11th straight win when senior standout Kallie Hutchi...

  • Greely outlasts Kennebunk for fourth win in a row

    CUMBERLAND—A short week meant a slow start for Greely's football team, but it wasn't long until the Rangers hit their stride. And ran and passed their way into the win column once again. Thursday evening at Hutchins Field, Greely hosted defending Western B champion Kennebunk i...

  • Halfway home and a lot of excitement to come

    The entertaining fall sports season has hit the midway pole and there are still a ton of questions to be answered. While football turned its share of heads last week (see story), soccer, field hockey, golf, cross country and volleyball produced drama as well. Here's a look at what j...

  • Bowdoin football drops home opener

    Bowdoin's Drew Prescott carries the ball during the Polar Bears' 30-7 loss to Amherst in Saturday's home opener.