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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame induction upcoming The inaugural Maine Basketball Hall of Fame will be inducted Thursday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The Hall will honor 22 individuals and one team. Dinner is served from 4 to 5:30 p.m. with the induction following. FMI, 942-638...

  • Kelly could become a hero

    The Red Sox have seen many low points during the 2014 season, but the nadir may have come on August 6. Four-fifths of the Opening Day starting rotation had been traded away, a clear signal that management had no interest in contending this season. Bosto...

  • Brunswick boys' lax only team left standing

    A busy week of playoff action concluded with just one team still alive in its quest for a state championship. Brunswick boys' lacrosse. Here's a look at everything that has transpired in recent days. Tennis Brunswick's girls' tennis team once again made it to the Cla...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP coaching openings South Portland High School has coach openings for JV girls' soccer and first team girls' soccer. Mahoney Middle School is seeking a girls' soccer coach. Memorial Middle School has openings for seventh grade and eighth grade boys' soccer. FMI, 767-7705. Girls'...

  • One more makes 15...Cape boys' tennis tops again

    In a seemingly annual rite of spring, the Cape Elizabeth boys' tennis team won yet another Class B state championship Saturday. The Capers capped a 14-2 campaign (marred only by a pair of losses to Class A champion Falmouth) with a 5-0 regional final victory over Yarmouth and a 5-0 state m...

  • Baseball season ends painfully

    In a season so wide open that literally any playoff participant had a chance to go all the way, South Portland and Scarborough entered the postseason full of optimism last week, but both went home disappointed. It would be Cinderella 11th seed Windham winning Western Class A, while the Red...

  • Perfect Capers end Falmouth's season, need one more win to repeat

    CAPE ELIZABETH—So this is what happens when the most storied boys' lacrosse program in the state gets overlooked. Heading into the 2014 season, consensus held that Cape Elizabeth, the defending Class B champion, would come back to pack after losing virtually its entire defense.

  • SP steals one...Red Riots win Western A in final second

    SOUTH PORTLAND—The Red Riots live to play another day. Improbably. Impossibly. Inconceivably. South Portland's boys' lacrosse team, the Class A favorite from the get-go this spring, was on the brink of an agonizing defeat to Thornton Academy in Wednesday evening'...

  • Cape girls continue magical run, make history with OT win in regional final

    KENNEBUNK—The "Cape Elizabeth Redemption Tour" has booked one more gig. On the biggest stage of all. Four days after a joyous, palate-cleansing victory over longtime nemesis Waynflete, the Capers girls' lacrosse team made the trip south to Kennebunk Wednesday afternoon for a W...

  • Greely girls' tennis wins first state title; Falmouth sweeps Class A crowns

    Forecaster Country cleaned up nicely at the recent tennis state championships, with one school further solidifying its claim as the center of local tennis world, with another reaching the pinnacle for the first time. Finally Greely's girls' tennis team has long been a contender an...