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  • Here we go again! Scarborough wins regional title, Skowhegan awaits

    SCARBOROUGH—The stage is set. Destiny awaits. And Scarborough's field hockey team is more than ready to capture the state title which has eluded it the past two seasons. Thursday evening, in the Western Class A Final on their home turf, the top-ranked Red Storm complete...

  • Close calls the theme at regional meet

    Local cross country teams weren't able to grab the top spot at Saturday's regional championship meet at Twin Brook Recreation Center in Cumberland, but they did suggest that the biggest prize of all, a state championship, might just be in the cards this coming Saturday in Belfast. In the C...

  • Cape standout Clark commits to Babson

    Cape Elizabeth senior girls' soccer standout Kathryn Clark has committed to attend and play soccer at Babson College in Babson Park, Massachusetts beginning next school year. Clark, a speedy and tenacious forward, Cape Elizabeth's 2012 Fall Female Athlete of the Year and one of the state's most p...

  • Wood steps down as Scarborough girls' lax coach

    Marcia Wood, who took over a middle-of-the-pack Scarborough girls' lacrosse program in 2005 and led the Red Storm to the pinnacle four times, has stepped down as coach, she announced Tuesday. Wood, who had a record of 111-34 in 10 seasons and won the Class A championship in 2006, 2010, 2011 and 2...

  • Cheverus, Portland win on the road; Deering loses at home

    There was no place like road for city football teams last weekend. Cheverus went to Oxford Hills and had no trouble winning its 36th straight regular season game (and third this fall), 38-0, over the Vikings. Portland traveled to Edward Little and while the Bulldogs are still trying...

  • Greely girls stay perfect with shutout win at Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH—It wasn't about revenge, Greely said. It was about continuing to be the best girls' soccer team it can be and so far this autumn, to the surprise of many, the Rangers have been better than good. They've been perfect. Tuesday evening at Hannaford Field, Gr...

  • What an action packed week it was

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Cheverus-Scarborough boys' soccer, Waynflete-Falmouth girls' soccer and Portland-South Portland field hockey game stories, with photos, see theforecaster.net) As the fall sports season chugs toward its midway point, local soccer, field hockey, cross cou...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC fall action continues The Southern Maine Community College baseball team began the week 7-3 (3-1 in conference) after sandwiching losses to Eastern Maine CC (6-5) and St. Joseph's of Vermont (3-1) around a 4-1 win over St. Joe's. The Seawolves played a doubleheader at rival Central ...

  • Waynflete impresses with decisive win over rival NYA

    PORTLAND—Waynflete's boys' soccer team put on quite a show Tuesday afternoon at Fore River Field. Against an opponent that the Flyers enjoy beating like no other. In a rematch of a playoff thriller from a year ago, Waynflete got the jump on visiting North Yarmouth Academy in t...

  • Falmouth runner honored by ECAC

    Former Falmouth cross country runner Johnny Lake, now a senior at New York University, was recently named Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Metro (Male) Runner of the Week. Lake led the men's cross country team to a third-place showing at the Saratoga Invitational on Sept. 1...