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  • Another starry spring

    Another triumphant spring not surprisingly led to an abundance of local standouts being named to postseason all-star teams. Once again Here's a glimpse: Baseball The Western Maine Conference Class A/B baseball first-tea...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Greely football player to attend Dickinson Greely's Will Peck, a North Yarmouth resident, will attend and play football at Dickinson (Penn.) College this upcoming school year. Peck, who will play defensive back,

  • Unbelievable! Yarmouth scores six in the seventh to stun Falmouth

    YARMOUTH—It was the May 30th Miracle. A comeback for the ages. A finish that defied reason. And most of all, for the Yarmouth softball team, it was a Heal Points-rich victory over ancient rival Falmouth. Friday afternoon at the Yarmouth Community Sports Complex, ...

  • Let the championship fun begin

    Believe it or not, it's time to think postseason.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Maine Pines Racquet & Fitness to host championships Maine Pines Racquet and Fitness will host the 2014 USTA National Men's 35 indoor championships June 6-12. It's a Category 1 tournament. FMI, 729-8433. Local football players ho...

  • Let the championship fun begin

    Ed. Note: For the complete South Portland-Deering baseball and Scarborough-Massabesic girls' lacrosse game stories, with photos and box scores, see theforecaster.net) Believe it or not, it's time to think postseason. The tennis singles tournament i...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Local football players honored Cape Elizabeth's Tom Feenstra and Scarborough's Ben Greenberg and Charlie Raybine recently were named recipients of the 27th annual scholar-athlete award from the Howard Vandersea/Maine Chapter of the National...

  • Flyers continue to soar, rally past Kennebunk in OT classic

    PORTLAND—It was yet another Waynflete-Kennebunk thrill ride. It was a microcosm of the Flyers' season. And most of all, it was a reminder that as the month of June looms, the two-time defending Class B state champions have to be viewed as a squad more than capable of bringing ...

  • VII goals from IV leads Falmouth past Greely

    FALMOUTH—It isn't always pretty, but the Falmouth boys' lacrosse team almost always finds a way. Wednesday evening, hosting upset-minded Greely, the Yachtsmen took advantage of several man-up opportunities to build an 8-2 halftime lead, but things got interesting when the Rangers sco...

  • Trap avoided...Yarmouth makes it eight in a row with win over Falmouth

    YARMOUTH—Coming off a victory over crosstown rival North Yarmouth Academy and with two-time defending state champion Waynflete up next, it would have been understandable if the Yarmouth girls' lacrosse team suffered a letdown Wednesday evening when it hosted Falmou...