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Sports

  • Football classification changes proposed

    AUGUSTA—Amid conversation about tiered scheduling and even a five-class proposal for its sport, the football committee of the Maine Principals’ Association approved modest changes to its recommended plan for the next two-year reclassification cycle on Tuesday. One change was to...

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland coaching openings South Portland has several coaching openings, including middle school girls' lacrosse, middle school softball, varsity volleyball and junior varsity volleyball. FMI, 767-7705 or livingto@spsd.org...

  • Cumberland skier qualifies for Nationals

    Cumberland's Nick Hall, a senior at Carrabassett Valley Academy at Sugarloaf, recently qualified for and will be attending the USSA Junior Nationals in Park City, Utah and the USASA National Championship at Copper Mountain, Colorado for slopestyle freeskiing.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching vacancies Freeport High School is seeking coaches for varsity softball, varsity football and junior varsity girls' lacrosse. Freeport Middle School has openings for 7th grade girls' lacrosse and 8th grade girls' lacrosse. ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Wil Smith Memorial Sunday Catherine McAuley High School is holding a memorial service for former girls' basketball coach Wil Smith, who lost his battle with cancer last month, Sunday at 1 p.m. McAuley has also started a memorial scholarship fund in Smith's name to honor his life and work...

  • SMCC's title hopes dashed at Nationals

    The Southern Maine Community College men's and women's basketball teams traveled to the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Division II national championship in Newport News, Virginia last week full of hope, but both squads were ousted in the quarterfinals. The men, ranked first, were ups...

  • Simonds wins Bob Butler Award

    Falmouth senior Jack Simonds (left) won the Bob Butler Award Tuesday at the Western Maine Conference basketball awards night. The award is given to one boys' and one girls' basketball player who best exemplifies good citizenship, sportsmanship, leadership, dedication and overall court performance...

  • Unified basketball debuts to rave reviews

    If you think the high school basketball season ended with the recent tournament, guess again. That's because unified basketball has come to Forecaster Country and has earned instant popularity. A visit to Yarmouth High School last week illustrated why. There was ample excitem...

  • Deering names new football coach; Jason Jackson eager to restore Rams to greatness

    PORTLAND—Deering's football team last week named Jason Jackson, a former Cape Elizabeth assistant, as its fifth coach in six seasons. Jackson is a Portland resident who works as an educational technician at South Portland High School. Jackson was an all-state player in his native Was...

  • Super Six Poll

    Our final poll for boys' hockey. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from Cape Elizabeth to Freeport) and is based solely on my opinion. Boys' hockey