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  • Sports Roundup

    Brunswick youth summer programs upcoming Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department is offering several programs this month. Boys' summer basketball starts Monday at Brunswick High School. Youth field hockey clinics will be held Monday evenings at Brunswick Junior High School. Golf for Ki...

  • Super spring sports season won't soon be forgotten

    It began with snowbanks as a backdrop, but the spring sports season, like the weather, quickly ramped up into something quite enjoyable. Cape Elizabeth and South Portland's baseball teams enjoyed magical seasons, as the Capers, who won just four games in 2014, got to the Western B Final, w...

  • Yarmouth stays hot, holds on for win at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—Failing to score a goal for nearly 30 minutes on the field of a talented rival isn't exactly a recipe for victory, but everything is going the way of Yarmouth's boys' lacrosse team of late. Tuesday evening, four days after a stunning overtime victory at defending Class A cha...

  • Spring action, like the weather, heating up

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Deering-Massabesic and Portland-Marshwood baseball, McAuley-Gorham softball and Cheverus-Portland and Waynflete-Falmouth girls' lacrosse game stories, see theforecaster.net) The spring sports stretch run has begun and the next couple weeks promise to br...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Summer Fun 5K upcoming The first annual Summer Fun 5K Walk/Run to benefit the Brendan Conway Memorial Scholarship at Deering High School, as well as a new scholarship program to give local children in need a chance to attend summer camp, will be held Sunday, May 31 on the Back Cove Trail...

  • Resilient Cheverus battles past Bonny Eagle

    PORTLAND—Cheverus' baseball team has suffered some tough losses this spring, but every time the Stags have gone down to defeat, each time by one run, they've found a way to bounce right back with a victory. Tuesday afternoon at Kevin McDonald Memorial Field, three days after a one-ru...

  • Fay earns All-American honors at Bates

    Former Falmouth boys' lacrosse standout Charlie Fay, now a sophomore midfielder at Bates College, was named a Division III All-American Second Team selection for his play this season. Fay became Bates' first player to be voted an All-American above the Honorable Mention level. Fay scored four or ...

  • Falmouth girls hand York first loss

    FALMOUTH— Unknown York has made a lot of noise this spring, but most of that occurred far from Cumberland County. The Wildcats opened with an 11-4 win at Freeport, then shocked visiting defending Class B champion Yarmouth, 8-6. Next came another impressive home victor...

  • Waynflete girls return to form, win decisively at Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Waynflete's girls' lacrosse program is as proud as they come and last Wednesday, the Flyers' pride took a mighty hit after a seven-goal home loss to Falmouth, the team's worst home defeat in memory. But instead of wallowing in defeat, Waynflete regrouped and Monday aft...

  • Local hockey players win national title

    Several local girls helped the Portland Junior Pirates U-19 hockey team to a national championship at a recent tournament in East Lansing, Michigan. The Pirates won all six games and downed a team from Massachusetts to take the title. Back row, from left: Bree, Bergeron, Marry Morrison, B...