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Sports

  • PHS tennis star wins Debevoise Memorial

    Margot Andreasen, about to enter her senior year at Portland High School, won the women's open singles championship Sunday at the Pete Debevoise Memorial tennis tournament in South Portland. Andreasen, who won the title on her mother's birthday no less, defeated Marcy Weeks in the final, 6-2, 6-0...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Seacoast United Maine accepting registrations Seacoast United Maine is accepting registrations for its boys' fall travel soccer teams for ages 7 through 14. Players must be from Brunswick or surrounding communities which don't have a fall t...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC taking Hall of Fame nominations South Maine Community College is accepting nominations through Aug. 25 for the 2014 Athletics Hall of Fame class which will be honored during a ceremony in November. Nomination forms and induction criteria are available at

  • Local Masters swimmers post top 10 times

    Four local swimmers posted top 10 U.S. Masters times for the 2013-14 indoor season. Sprint specialist Katrine Alcaide from Harpswell (right) topped the national rankings in two events, the 50- and 100-yard freestyles for women in the 30-34 age division. She also placed second in the 50 breas...

  • Freeport baseball team wins title

    Freeport's U-10 baseball team won the recent Fitzherbert tournament, beating Lisbon in the final, 9-7. Coaches: Jim Fox, Sam Casale, James Goff. Players: Danny Fox,  Tony Casale, Cody Goff, Anderson, Johnson, Miles Paneka, Anthony Panciacco, Blaine Cockburn, Alex Gideon,&nb...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA coaching openings North Yarmouth Academy has several coaching vacancies for the upcoming school year. At the Upper School, there are openings for junior varsity girls' soccer, JV boys' basketball, JV boys' prep hockey and varsity girls' prep hockey coaches. The Middle School is seeki...

  • Local softball players win two summer tournaments

    The U-16 Maine Riptide softball team, comprised mainly of girls from Cumberland/North Yarmouth and Falmouth, won two tournaments this summer. The Riptide won the Brawl at the Beach in Hampton Beach, N.H. and defended their title at the Barbara Hamilton Memorial Tournament in Hudson, N.H.

  • Portland High names O'Leary new AD

    PORTLAND—Rob O'Leary has only been on the job as Portland High School's new athletic director for a couple of days, but he's already got his priorities. "We want to put our chests out, we're Portland," O'Leary said. "It's time to take Portland back. I'm very aware of that school on t...

  • Falmouth swimmers take top honors at Sebago Challenge

    Falmouth's Jake Perron and Connor Perron recently took top honors at the Sebago Challenge Open Water swim. Connor was first overall in the men's 2.5-kilometer race, while Jake was first in the 15-18 age group and second overall in the men's 5K race.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC taking Hall of Fame nominations South Maine Community College is accepting nominations through Aug. 25 for the 2014 Athletics Hall of Fame class which will be honored during a ceremony in November. Nomination forms and induction criteria are available at