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  • Local swimmers excel at New Englands

    Mid-Coast Masters swimmers from left, Mike Hurd, Ben Morse, Fred Pierce, Katrine Alcaide, David Vail and Jessie Alcaide recently joined nearly 700 swimmers for the 2015 New England championships in Massachusetts and each brought home medals for top three finishes. Jessie Alcaide won the...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Players sought for 45-and-over baseball league The Maine Woods 45-and-older baseball league is holding a tryout Saturdays March 28, April 4 and 11 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Coastal Performance Training Facility in Brunswick. All skill levels are welcome and admission is free. FMI,

  • Portland/Deering too much for SP

    PORTLAND—Two boys' hockey teams hoping to improve their playoff standing did battle Thursday afternoon at William B. Troubh Ice Arena. Portland/Deering appeared in control most of the way, but despite going on top, 2-0, behind early goals from sophomore Brent Rickett and junior Phil ...

  • Bowdoin swimmer earns honor

    Bowdoin's Caroline Watt won the 200 and the 1,000 freestyle last weekend versus Colby and was named the NESCAC Swimmer of the Week as a result.

  • Winter postseason is here

    The winter sports season is coming to a close and if the recent amount of snow has got you down, there's some good news, as it has become apparent that the upcoming postseason is going to be more unpredictable than ever. The girls' hockey regular season has come to an...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC men's team's win streak ends The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team saw its six-game win streak come to an end Saturday with an 82-70 home loss to Dean College. Alexander Hartford and Atencio Martin both had 16 poin...

  • Winter playoff season has arrived

    The winter sports season is coming to a close and if the recent amount of snow has got you down, there's some good news, as it has become apparent that the upcoming postseason is going to be more unpredictable than ever. The girls' hockey reg...

  • Rutherford returns to Portland baseball perch

    PORTLAND—Maybe you can go home again. Mike Rutherford sure hopes so. The Portland High graduate and longtime teacher at the school is returning for a second stint as baseball coach, PHS athletic director Rob O'Leary announced Wednesday. The announcement of Rutherford, w...

  • Winter playoff season has arrived

    The winter sports season is coming to a close and if the recent amount of snow has got you down, there's some good news, as it has become apparent that the upcoming postseason is going to be more unpredictable than ever. The girls' hockey regular season has come to an end and the playoffs ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth LL registration underway Player registration for the 2015 Falmouth Little League season is open. To register for baseball, softball or T-ball, go to active.leagueone.com/Olr/Pages/Welcome.aspx?Clu...