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  • Another title for Falmouth 6th grade girls

    Falmouth's 6th grade girls' basketball team recently won the Cape Elizabeth Travel League championship's 'A' Division, beating South Portland, 39-24, in the title game.

  • Falmouth girls win Damariscotta tournament

    Falmouth's grade 3/4 girls' basketball team won the recent CLC YMCA Cabin Fever tournament in Damariscotta. Bottom row (from left): Justine Means, Valerie Rand, Peaches Stucker and Katie Lozoraitis. Second row: Mallory Kerr, Ava Zeisse, Miranda Birks, Sloane Gineven, Francesca Pou...

  • Falmouth girls win Damariscotta tournament

    Falmouth's grade 3/4 girls' basketball team won the recent CLC YMCA Cabin Fever tournament in Damariscotta. Bottom row (from left): Justine Means, Valerie Rand, Peaches Stucker and Katie Lozoraitis. Second row: Mallory Kerr, Ava Zeisse, Miranda Birks, Sloane Gineven, Francesca Pou...

  • Wilberg playing for nationally ranked squash team

    Former Falmouth basketball standout Tom Wilberg, a sophomore at the University of Chicago, is playing squash for a team which is ranked 31st in the country. Wilberg is majoring in economics and minoring in molecular engineering and has made the Dean's List every quarter.

  • SP thrower sets new shot put mark

    At the recent Maine USATF championship meet in Orono, South Portland's Daniel Guiliani set a new state record in shot put with a top throw of 62 feet, 4 inches, which eclipsed the old mark of Ed Bogdanovich (which was set in 1977) by three inches.

  • Portland no match for Broncos' buzzsaw in Class A Final

    AUGUSTA—A year ago, Portland's boys' basketball team made a powerful early statement en route to a surprisingly easy win over Hampden Academy in the Class A state final. Saturday, the teams met again with a Gold Ball on the line, but instead of playing in Portland like last year, the...

  • Murphy's Miracle sends Cardiac Capers to Class B pinnacle!

    PORTLAND—Joe Geoghegan and Andrew Dickey, move over. Mike Thurston, Jeff Love and Joe Campbell, it's time to make room on Immortality Island. Ethan Murphy has joined the club. If you have to wait 27 years to win a state championship, you might as well make it as dramati...

  • Greely romps past Presque Isle in Class B Final, caps dominant run

    PORTLAND—The Greely Rangers set out this winter to become the best girls' basketball team in Class B. They wound up being the best girls' team in the state. Regardless of class. And delivered an absolutely sensational performance on the biggest stage of all as a punctua...

  • Winter sports season all but over

    With only the Brunswick boys' hockey team still alive at press time, it's almost time to put the 2014-15 winter sports season to bed. It's a busy and triumphant week for Mid-Coast athletes and here's a glimpse at what you might have missed: Basketball The last two basketbal...

  • State meet glory in swimming, skiing and track; Boys' hockey playoffs underway

    February vacation week is anything but a week off for local winter sports athletes and this year's round of indoor track, swimming and skiing state meets once again produced an abundance of stellar performances. If that wasn't enough for the ...