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Sports

  • A hoops season like no other

    The city of Portland produced two basketball state champions and very nearly had a third. That, in and of itself, would be enough to decree the 2013-14 campaign as the best in memory, but there was much, much more than just Gold Balls this winter. So much more. From thrilling...

  • Cumberland kids impress in Hot Shot contests

    Three local Cumberland boys (left to right): Joseph Giandrea, Logan Bagshaw and Max Cloutier, excelled at the recent Southwestern Regional 2014 Red Claws Hot Shot competition in South Portland. Giandrea (age 10) won the 9/10 division. Bagshaw (age 12) took the 11/12 division and Cloutier (age 10)...

  • Falmouth makes the Grade...Yachtsmen down St. Dom's in OT to repeat as Class A champs

    LEWISTON—This one was too good, too special in fact, to be confined to 45 minutes. Saturday evening, in front of over 3,000 fortunate fans on the biggest stage in Maine high school hockey, the Androscoggin Bank Colisee, the Falmouth Yachtsmen and St. Dominic Academy Saints put on a t...

  • Clement wins Miss Maine Basketball honor

    BANGOR—Just when it appeared things couldn't get any better for Allie Clement, she cemented her legacy with the most coveted award in girls' basketball. The McAuley senior standout, one of the most prolific winners and champions in the history of basketball in the state, yet one whos...

  • Yarmouth lax standout to play at Trinity

    Yarmouth senior Grace O'Donnell, the latest in a long line of Clippers girls' lacrosse standouts, will take her skills to Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., next school year. O'Donnell, who scored 30 times last season en route to making the All-Conference team and earning Yarmouth Spring Female ...

  • Seasons intersect at Bowdoin

    Mother Nature might disagree, but there's one place that winter is giving way to spring and that's Bowdoin College, where the winter sports season is winding down and the spring campaign is underway. Last weekend, Mallory Andrews (who had a goal) and the women's hockey team defeated Wesleyan, 2-1...

  • Winter sports season comes to a close

    It's all over. The winter sports season, which began before Thanksgiving, officially lowered its curtain Saturday evening at the Colisee in Lewiston when the Brunswick boys' hockey team fell against Bangor in an Eastern Class A semifinal. The fifth-ranked Dragons entered the game on...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Locals impress at New England track meet Several runners, jumpers and throwers from local schools competed at the New England indoor track championships last weekend in Boston. In the boys' competition, Cape Elizabeth's Mitch Morris placed 11th in the two-mile (9 minutes, 36.51 seconds),...

  • Scarborough hockey frustrated in regional final once more

    (Ed. Note: For the complete version of the Scarborough-Falmouth game story, with additional photos and a box score, please visit theforecaster.net) It was deja vu in a most unpleasant fashion for the Scarborough boys' hockey team Tuesday evening in Lewiston. Just like a yea...

  • Cape girls win Alpine ski crown

    The Cape Elizabeth girls' Alpine ski team raced to a Class B state title last week, bringing the curtain down on the 2013-14 season in dramatic fashion. The Capers rode a strong showing in the giant slalom and finished with 63 points to hold off perennial powerhouse Yarmouth (76). I...