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  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse. These polls consider games played through Saturday, May 2, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core co...

  • Yarmouth hits its stride, gets first win at Freeport

    FREEPORT—Yarmouth's defending Class B state champion girls' lacrosse team badly needed a dose of confidence entering Saturday afternoon's contest at regional rival Freeport. Fifty minutes later, the Clippers are on the road back to championship form. Yarmouth had a strong offe...

  • Portland baseball handed first loss by TA

    PORTLAND—Just about everything has gone right so far this spring for the Portland baseball team, as the return of one-time star player and former coach Mike Rutherford helped inspire a 3-0 start. Saturday morning, however, the Bulldogs' momentum ran into a red-hot pitcher and as so o...

  • Scarborough boys blank Portland, get back to .500

    SCARBOROUGH—After falling to 0-2 with home losses to Westbrook and Falmouth, Scarborough's boys' lacrosse team appeared to be in trouble. But after two wins in three days, the Red Storm have returned to form. After turning its season around with a critical victory at Thornton ...

  • Deering makes more seventh inning magic, beats Westbrook

    PORTLAND—Deering's baseball team is learning how to win and are the Rams ever having fun celebrating. Friday afternoon at Hadlock Field, Deering enjoyed a walkoff triumph for the second day in a row and at the quarter pole of the 2015 season, the resurgent Rams have plenty of reason ...

  • Scarborough girls down SP on Opening Night

    SCARBOROUGH—With a new coach and a lot of new faces in new places, Scarborough's girls' lacrosse team could have panicked when it fell behind visiting South Portland, 2-0, just 97 seconds into its season opener Thursday evening at the Kippy Mitchell Sports Complex. Instead, the Red S...

  • Spring season underway

    The spring season has gotten underway, on a limited basis, for each school in our coverage area. While things really began in earnest Monday, some early results turned heads. Baseball Br...

  • Spring sports winding down at Bowdoin

    Bowdoin's Henry Van Zant delivers a pitch during the Polar Bears' 7-4 win over rival Colby Saturday. Bowdoin (13-17 overall, 5-6 in NESCAC play) went to Bates Tuesday, hosted the University of Southern Maine Thursday and close the regular season with a home doubleheader versus Middlebury Saturday...

  • Spring action underway

    (Ed. Note: For the complete South Portland-Thornton Academy baseball, Scarborough-South Portland softball and Cape Elizabeth-Yarmouth and Scarborough-Falmouth boys' lacrosse game stories, see theforecaster.net)...

  • Waynflete handed first loss by powerhouse Kennebunk

    PORTLAND—The Kennebunk Rams are as good as advertised and the Waynflete Flyers have much to look forward to. Thursday afternoon at Fore River Field, in the latest chapter of one of the state's most intriguing girls' lacrosse rivalries, the preseason favorite Rams built a 6-2 halftime...