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  • Should they stay or should they go? Struggling Sox have decisions to make

    Since jettisoning A.J. Pierzynski, the Red Sox have had the feel of a winning team, whether because of some motivation they drew from Pierzynski’s departure or Christian Vazquez’s arrival or because they’ve played a lot of bad teams. ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Outdoor track all-state team named The Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association recently named its all-state team, which included several local standouts. The girls' first-team included Cheverus' Kiera Murray and McAuley's Olivia Smith. Deering's Rashad Zagon was an honorable m...

  • Royals win CNYLL title

    The Royals recently won the Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League Minor League championship. Front row: Nicholas Theodores, Calum Sheff, Tyler Pettengill, Liam Sheff and Eric Lyden. Middle Row: Jackson Small, Alex Wallace, Marshall Fowler, Aiden Miner, Max Cloutier, Orion Guibor...

  • Cape Little League champ crowned

    The Pirates recently won the Cape Elizabeth Little League baseball Division 9-10 championship. Front row (left to right): Bowen Charlebois,, Robbie Trowbridge, Curtis Sullivan, Sam Lombardo, Dimitri Coupe, James Nestor.

  • Southern edition Spring Coaches of the Year

    Boys' team: TOM FIORINI, SOUTH PORTLAND LACROSSE

  • Portland edition Spring Coaches of the Year

    Boys' team: Steve Virgilio, Cheverus outdoor track For several years, Cheverus' boys' outdoor track team went to the Class A state championship meet hoping, even expecting to win a championship, but something always went wrong. Not this year. The Stags capped a str...

  • Northern edition Spring Coaches of the Year

    Boys' team: Geoff Arris, Freeport lacrosse Arris admits now that he expected little from the 2014 season, but when the dust settled...

  • Freeport girl excels in taekwondo

    Freeport's Sarah Patil, 7, has gone from being a premature baby to an accomplished expert in taekwondo. Patil, who inspired her father, Sunny, to take up taekwondo, has excelled at the state, regional and national levels, earning eight gold medals within her first year of competition and has comp...

  • East beats West in Lobster Bowl, 32-13

    BIDDEFORD — The East opened the first half of the 25th Annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic with a surgical 85-yard scoring drive. The West opened the second half with a plodding 86-yard touchdown march. That pretty much summed it up Satu...

  • Spring all-stars aplenty in the Mid-Coast

    The Mid-Coast area produced an abundance of all-stars this past spring season. Here's a glimpse: Baseball The Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B baseball first-team included Morse's Andrew LaCavera. Morse's Trenton Moore was a second teamer. Morse's C...