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  • Super spring sports season won't soon be forgotten

    It began with snowbanks as a backdrop, but the spring sports season, like the weather, quickly ramped up into something quite enjoyable. Arguably the most competitive baseball season in memory saw Deering return to prominence, Cheverus contend yet again and Portland put together a playoff ...

  • Top Freeport spring athletes honored

    Freeport's top spring athletes were recently honored at the RSU5 Spring Sports Awards. Baseball gave its Most Improved Player award to Caleb Rice. Max Doughty won the Coach's award. Caiden Shea took home the Booster's Pride and Character award. The Kovall Wentworth award went to Peter Lama...

  • All is not lost, Red Sox Nation

    The first three months of the 2015 baseball season have been reminiscent of this winter in New England. For a few weeks, the Red Sox sported a winning record, benefiting from a surprising number of errors- call them Christmas gi...

  • Sports Roundup

    Mere Creek hosting golf youth camp Head PGA pro Kevin Joseph and assistant Henry Fall will host a Junior Golf Camp July 13-14 at Mere Creek in Brunswick. The camp is for players ages 8 to 16 and the cost is $150. FMI, 721-9995 or ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough girls ousted in regional final Scarborough's girls' lacrosse team saw its season end last Wednesday with a 16-3 loss at Marshwood in the Western Class A Final. The Red Storm, the No. 4 seed, finished the year 10-5. The second-ranked Hawks went on to win their first state cham...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth coaching openings Falmouth High School has several coaching openings for the 2015-16 school year. Openings include varsity girls' tennis, volleyball assistant, football assistant and cross country assistant. FMI, 781-7429, ext. 4505, or 

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Girls' Golf Fair upcoming The second annual Girls' Golf Fair, presented by the First Tee of Maine, in collaboration with Women's Maine State Golf Association, will be held Sunday, June 28 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the short-game practice area adjacent to the Riverside South Golf Course in Port...

  • Scarborough softball stymied in state final

    The Disney and Odd Year Magic couldn't quite deliver a state title to the Scarborough softball team this spring. Not that the Red Storm didn't come pretty darn close. Last week, Scarborough, the top seed in Western Class A after a second straight undefeated regular season, beat last...

  • Red Riots fall one run shy of baseball title

    The game of inches giveth and the game of inches taketh away. Last week, South Portland's baseball team ran the gamut of emotions on last at-bat line drives, as one produced a happy ending in the regional final, but a second derailed what was almost another scintillating comeback win in th...

  • Greely repeats for the first time

    For most of the 2015 season, Greely's baseball team didn't appear bound for another championship. But when the calendar turned to June, the Rangers flipped the switch once again and Saturday at St. Joseph's College in Standish, Greely culminated a stirring playoff run with a dominant state...