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  • 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 ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Lacrosse officiating classes offered The Maine Women’s Lacrosse Officials’ Association is offering new umpire classes for adults. Classes will be held at Thornton Academy on March 2, 9, 16 and 23, from 6 to 8 p.m., Brunswick High School on March 2, 9, 16, 23, from 6 to 8...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC teams fall in conference finals The powerhouse Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team suffered its first loss in three weeks in Sunday's Yankee Small College Conference final. As the top seed, the Seawolves downed Eastern Maine CC in the quarterfinals (77-60) and Ver...

  • State meet glory in track, swimming and skiing

    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. Here's a recap: Swimming Greely's girls' swim team won its fir...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Hockey playoffs underway The boys' hockey playoffs began Tuesday with the quarterfinal round. Two-time defending Class A champion Falmouth earned the No. 1 seed in Western A after a 13-5 regular season, capped by a 13-0 home romp over Thornton Academy last week. The Yachtsmen hosted No. ...

  • Cheverus boys' hockey skates into regional semis

    PORTLAND—It would have been understandable if the Cheverus boys' hockey team got caught looking ahead Wednesday afternoon, but these Stags learned a year ago that you always have to take care of business in the playoffs. Even against a foe you beat by 10 goals a few weeks ago.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Boys' hockey playoffs underway Both Cheverus and the Portland/Deering co-op boys' hockey teams qualified for the Western Class A playoffs. Portland/Deering finished eighth in Western A after a 7-11 regular season, which was capped by losses at Cheverus (5-0) and Biddeford (9-3). Portland...