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  • Portland's rally stuns Deering in quarterfinal thriller

    PORTLAND—If you blinked, you might have missed it. The biggest and best comeback in a season chock full of them. Portland's baseball team has made a habit of rallying to produce victories this spring, often in the fifth inning, but Thursday evening, in front of a huge crowd at...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bath Rotary Golf Tournament next week The Bath Rotary Club will hold its 24th annual golf tournament Wednesday at the Bath Golf Club. Registration begins at 7 a.m. The scramble format tees off at 7:55 a.m. The cost is $100 per person. FMI,

  • Several local teams still chasing titles

    The outdoor track season came to a close Saturday, but there's still a lot of drama underway in baseball, softball, lacrosse and tennis. With just over a week to go before we bid the spring sports season adieu, fans of Brunswick, Morse and Mt. Ararat have a lot to keep them busy. He...

  • South 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 golf tournament upcoming The Souther...

  • Drama, surprise abound as playoffs heat up

    (For the complete South Portland-Scarborough boys' lacrosse and Cape Elizabeth-Falmouth girls' lacrosse game stories, with photos and box scores, see theforecaster.net) The tennis playoffs are coming to a close, just as the baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse postseas...

  • Greely holds off Yarmouth in nine-inning marathon

    "This was a Forecaster Instant Classic right here."

  • Portland edges Cheverus in 4 OT marathon, advances to semis for first time

    PORTLAND—Good things might come to those who wait, but what Portland's girls' lacrosse team had to endure Wednesday evening was ridiculous. It took over two hours of trying, but the Bulldogs finally figured out a way to slay the nemesis Stags of Cheverus in a marathon, instant classi...

  • Sweet revenge for Waynflete; Flyers oust Cape in quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—A year ago, Waynflete's proud, powerhouse girls' lacrosse team suffered one of the most stunning playoff losses in its illustrious history. Wednesday afternoon at Fore River Field, the Flyers made sure it didn't happen again. Hosting Cape Elizabeth in a Western Class ...