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  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K Sunday The 12th annual Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K and 2K family walk will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. in Topsham's Lower Village and Brunswick's Downtown. Early registration fees are $20 for adults and $15 for 14 years old and under. After April 10, registratio...

  • Falmouth girls stun defending champion Yarmouth in opener

    YARMOUTH—Throughout the preseason, there were rumblings that the Falmouth girls' lacrosse team was primed to make the jump and become a top contender this spring. Thursday evening, in the season opener at defending Class B champion Yarmouth, the Yachtsmen lived up to the hype.

  • Brunswick snowboarder competes in China

    Brunswick's Myles Silverman, 17, a snowboarder, recently represented the United States at the Junior  World Championships in Yabuli, China. Silverman qualified by being ranked in the top three males under 20 years old in the US for alpine snowboarding.

  • Brunswick hockey ousted, winter season comes to a close

    The last remaining winter sports team from the Mid-Coast, Brunswick's boys' hockey team, was eliminated last week, bringing the curtain down on the sports season. The Dragons went 11-7 in the regular season and earned the No. 6 seed in Eastern Class A.  Last Tuesday, Brunswick ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Maine Baseball Hall of Fame seeking nominations The Maine Baseball Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for 2015 induction. The Hall honors players, coaches, umpires, organizers and benefactors from all corners of the state. Submit nominations by March 30 to:

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC men ranked first for national tourney The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team took the top seed into the Division II national championship tournament, which began Thursday. The Seawolves faced either Warren Wilson or PSU-Mont Alto in the quarterfinals. Play contin...

  • Scarborough earns first Western A boys' hockey title; Cape falls short

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Scarborough-Cheverus game story, with additional photos, see theforecaster.net) The door has been kicked down at last. Scarborough's boys' hockey team, after four previous futile trips to the Western A Final (including each of the past two years)...

  • Hockey season comes to painful end

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Yarmouth-Greely boys' hockey game story, with photos, see theforecaster.net) Three Forecaster Country boys' hockey teams laced up their skates for the playoffs, all hoping to make a deep run. It wasn't meant to be, however, and the season has com...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching vacancies Freeport High School is seeking coaches for varsity softball, varsity football and junior varsity girls' lacrosse. Freeport Middle School has openings for 7th grade girls' lacrosse and 8th grade girls' lacrosse. FMI, 865-4706, ext. 228 or

  • Scarborough beats Cheverus for elusive regional title

    LEWISTON—For nearly a dozen years, Scarborough's boys' hockey team knocked at the regional championship door only to be rebuffed every time. Tuesday evening, the Red Storm kicked it in. At last. Facing Cheverus in the Western Class A Final at the Colisee, Scarborough, w...