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Sports

  • Local wrestlers compete at NE tournament

    North Yarmouth's Marshall Fowler, a fifth grader, and his brother, Jack Fowler, a second grader, took part in the recent New England Youth Wrestling Tournament. Marshall Fowler placed second, while Jack Fowler was fourth in the Pee Wee division. 

  • Soucie named Cheverus boys' hoops coach

    Ryan Soucie, who served as Cheverus' boys' basketball assistant coach for four season, was named the Stags new head coach last week. Soucie, who played at the University of Southern Maine and also served as an assistant coach at Scarborough High School, inherits a team which reached the Western C...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse. These polls consider games played through Saturday, May 30, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from...

  • Falmouth Revenge Tour begins with rout of Kennebunk

    FALMOUTH—Let the revenge tour commence. Falmouth's boys' lacrosse team has three losses this spring and the Yachtsmen are eager to avenge all of them. Saturday afternoon, on its Senior Day, Falmouth got its first chance to deliver some payback and instead of serving it up cold...

  • Red Storm get going early, stay perfect with win at Biddeford

    BIDDEFORD—Whatever the Scarborough softball team had for breakfast Saturday morning, it better make sure it keeps eating all the way through June 20. Faced with a seemingly steep challenge at rival Biddeford, which entered the game ranked second behind the Red Storm, Scarborough inst...

  • Cape boys erupt late to deny Yarmouth once more

    YARMOUTH—For much of Friday evening's boys' lacrosse showdown, the Yarmouth Clippers appeared to have the nemesis Cape Elizabeth Capers right where they wanted them. Within hailing distance. Until the Capers hit another gear as only they can, which changed the whole complexion...

  • Cape girls get their revenge win at Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH—For a year, Kate Bosworth stewed about her and her team's performance in last year's Class B state final. Friday evening, Bosworth and her teammates redeemed themselves. In a pivotal late-season showdown, Cape Elizabeth's girls' lacrosse team put forth a strong effort...

  • SP bounces back, frustrates Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH—The true measure of an ace is how he fares when he isn't his dominant self. And there's no question that Henry Curran is an ace. Thursday evening at Packy McFarland Field, Curran, South Portland's senior standout, who's arguably the state's finest hurler, didn't ha...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC softball opening Southern Maine Community College is seeking a softball coach. SMCC plays both a fall and spring season. FMI,741-5927 or mrichards@smccme.edu. SMCC golf tournament upcoming The Southern Mai...

  • Championship time has arrived

    With June on the horizon, it's time to start crowning spring champions. Outdoor track has its conference championship meets this weekend, with the state meets to follow June 6. Tennis will crown individual champions Monday, while the team playoffs start next week. Baseball, s...