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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Boys' hockey playoffs underway Both Cheverus and the Portland/Deering co-op boys' hockey teams qualified for the Western Class A playoffs. Portland/Deering finished eighth in Western A after a 7-11 regular season, which was capped by losses at Cheverus (5-0) and Biddeford (9-3). Portland...

  • Super Six Poll

    Here is our final poll for boys' hockey. Final basketball polls will appear next week after the state finals. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Feb. 21, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberl...

  • Another Cheverus swim crown highlights championship week

    February vacation week is anything but a week off for local winter sports athletes and this year's round of indoor track, swimming and skiing state meets once again produced an abundance of stellar performances. Here's a glimpse: Swimming Cheverus' boys' swim team had no pe...

  • Yarmouth fights off Greely's upset bid, off to semifinals

    YARMOUTH—Under normal circumstances, it would be pretty easy to overlook a playoff opponent that won only three games all season, but Yarmouth's boys' hockey team knew that its foe in Tuesday evening's Western Class B quarterfinal, the tradition-rich Greely Rangers, would be no pushover.

  • Veroneaus lead BC club team to regional title

    Former Waynflete girls' basketball standouts (from left) Martha Veroneau (the 2013 winner of the Miss Maine Basketball award), Margaret Veroneau and Catherine Veroneau helped lead the Boston College women's club basketball team to a regional title last weekend in Boston. Margaret Veroneau served ...

  • Portland does it again...Second half surge stymies Simonds, Falmouth

    PORTLAND—The Portland boys' basketball team has done it again. The defending Class A state champion Bulldogs entered the season facing an abundance of questions, but they have answered them all in the affirmative and Saturday evening, they passed one final test in their quest to get ...

  • McAuley's reign ends with loss to TA in regional final

    PORTLAND—All good things must end. That painful reality was delivered to the state's most successful girls' basketball program Saturday evening at the Cross Insurance Arena. The McAuley Lions, the four-time Class A state champions and the gold standard since the start of the m...

  • Cape holds off Lake Region, one win from gold

    PORTLAND—Ethan Murphy was home sick the last time his Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team faced Lake Region. And the Capers lost. Saturday afternoon at the Cross Insurance Arena, Murphy had an opportunity to make up for lost time and the senior captain made sure Cape Elizabet...