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  • Falmouth continues road brilliance, hands Kennebunk first loss

    KENNEBUNK—The two best girls' lacrosse teams in the state squared off Tuesday evening at Kennebunk High School and by evening's end, the role of championship favorite had fallen to the Falmouth Yachtsmen. If winning at defending Class B champion Yarmouth and perennial powerhouse Wayn...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC softball opening Southern Maine Community College is seeking a softball coach. SMCC plays both a fall and spring season. FMI,741-5927 or mrichards@smccme.edu. SMCC g...

  • Cape's six-run seventh inning rally stuns Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—After losing games in agonizing fashion a year ago, Cape Elizabeth's baseball team is learning how to win by any means necessary this spring. Wednesday afternoon at John M. Croker Memorial Field, the Capers were staring at a 1-2 start as they trailed, 6-3, entering the seven...

  • Karate students compete at Bucksport tournament

    Tracy's Karate-Ju-Jitsu students from the Yarmouth dojo recently participated in the 98th annual Karate Tournament in Bucksport. Approximately 150 competitors from all over Maine and Canada vied for championship trophies. These children and adults train with Sensei Kristy Tracy Dawes of Yarmouth....

  • SP boys look like champions in win at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—After winning the Class A state title for the first time a year ago, the South Portland boys' lacrosse team knows it will get every foe's 'A' game this spring. The Red Riots' first big test came Tuesday evening at Deering High's Memorial Field against a Cheverus squad which ...

  • Spring action underway

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Portland-Deering softball and Waynflete-NYA girls' lacrosse game stories, see theforecaster.net) 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 ea...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Run for Hope upcoming The 9th annual Run for Hope, a 5K run/walk to benefit Catherine McAuley High School's Jim and Maxine Pouravelis Scholarship Fund, will be held Saturday, May 16 at 10 a.m. at the high school. Pre-registration is $15 and...

  • Cape boys stifle Yarmouth in state game rematch

    CAPE ELIZABETH—A serious case of deja vu was in the air Tuesday evening at Hannaford Field. And on the scoreboard. Longtime powerhouses and rivals Cape Elizabeth and Yarmouth did battle in an early season boys' lacrosse showdown that was eerily reminiscent of the last time the...

  • Waynflete frustrates Cheverus, continues fast start

    PORTLAND—For Waynflete, it was another step forward. For Cheverus, it was an opportunity to learn where it stands. And for both teams, signs were evident that there's much to look forward to this spring. In an early-season showdown between two of the state's elite girls...

  • Whaley's arm, bat lead McAuley past Cheverus

    PORTLAND—This was just the beginning. Monday afternoon at Larry K. Mahaney Athletic Park, McAuley's softball team won its first game of the 2015 season, new coach Dawn Armandi registered the first victory of her career and the Lions hinted that bigger and better things are in store t...