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  • SP pulls a stunner; Cape wins again but at a cost; Scarborough falls to 0-2

    We're already at the quarter pole of the 2014 high school football season and there has been no shortage of drama. That continued last Friday night. South Portland pulled off what seems to be an annual tradition, a big upset win, as the Red Riots shocked visiting Bonny Eagle, the de...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick Rec hosting basketball training camp Brunswick Rec will host the NXT Level Basketball training camp for boys' and girls' in grades 1-9 on Monday nights through Oct. 27. First through fifth grade goes from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Sixth through ninth grade goes from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The cos...

  • Falmouth all-stars win District 6 title

    The Falmouth 11-12 baseball all-stars recently won the District 6 championship and advanced to the state championships in Biddeford. Left to right: Coach Ed Manganello, Sean Dilworth, Sam Manganello, Connor Coffin, Carson James, Coach Matt Rogers, Nate Rogers, Brady Douglas, Coach Matt D...

  • 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,

  • 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...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Cheverus coaching openings Cheverus High School is seeking a varsity golf coach and junior varsity and freshman boys' soccer coaches for the upcomign season. FMI, 774-6238 or

  • What a difference a year makes for Red Sox

    After 88 games, the 2013 Red Sox were 54-34, five-and-a-half games clear of the second-place Orioles and well on their way to a 97-win season that would end with a championship parade. After as many gam...

  • 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 Southwestern Maine Activities Association baseball all-conference first-team included Cheverus outfi...

  • Mancini Electric wins city Little League crown

    Mancini Electric of Portland Bayside Little League recently won the city championship with a 15-1 win over Portland Dental Health of Portland North Little League. Michael Randall struck out 12 batters in a one-hit performance. Mancini Electric finished the season 15-1-1, while PDH wound up 11-5-1...

  • Brunswick's Glover named All-American

    Brunswick boys' lacrosse standout Cam Glover was recently chosen as one of nine All-Americans from the state of Maine. Glover, a junior, who moved this season from attack to middie, helped lead Brunswick to the Class A Final and ended up with 49 goals and 20 assists. He was named the Kennebec Val...