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  • Former Greely coach inducted into Maine Baseball Hall of Fame

    Former Greely baseball coach (and current Rangers assistant coach) Bob Anthoine, joined by his family, was inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame last weekend. Anthoine was a standout player at Deering High School and at the University of Maine. He coached Greely for 14 seasons and led the...

  • Portland edition Spring Coaches of the Year

    Boys' team: Mike Rutherford, Portland baseball You can indeed go home again. And Portland's baseball program is mighty glad that Mike Rutherford returned to Hadlock Field this spring. Rutherford inherited a promising, but raw Bulldogs squad this season and by June,...

  • Northern editon Spring Coaches of the Year

    Boys' team: Derek Soule, Greely baseball Greely's baseball program has long been among the state's finest, but prior to this spring, the Rangers had never repeated as state champions. The odds of it happening in 2015 weren't great after graduation ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP youth football registration ongoing South Portland Youth Football is holding online registration for grades 2-8. FMI, southportlandfootball.com/Register.html.

  • Three Maine Senior women's hoops teams medal at Nationals

    Three Maine senior women's basketball teams, featuring several players from Forecaster Country, medaled at the recent National Senior Games in Minneapolis. Maine Endo won the silver medal in the 50-54 age group in the Division 2 tournament.   From left: Coach Deb Henry (South Po...

  • Local Babe Ruth players make it to states

    Local Babe Ruth baseball players from Cumberland, Freeport and North Yarmouth, playing for the Windham team, recently made it to the state tournament after winning an age 15 All-Star tournament in Sanford, capped by a 7-2, eight-inning victory in the final.

  • South Portland Red Riots Spring Athletes of the Year

    Male: HENRY CURRAN, Senior-Baseball Edson Hadlock Award winner (SMAA Outstanding Pitcher)

  • Former Falmouth standout pitching for Mainers

    Former Falmouth High standout left-handed pitcher Thomas Fortier is pitching with the Sanford Mainers of the New England College Baseball League this summer. Fortier, who led the Yachtsmen to the 2012 Class B title, is attending and pitching for St. Joseph's College during the school year.