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  • Gridiron wins for Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth

    Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth's football teams are all 3-1 at the midway point of the regular season and all have legitimate playoff aspirations. Freeport is 1-3, but is still hopeful. Falmouth bounced back from its lone loss with a 42-12 home win over Oceanside Friday night. After Oceansi...

  • Greely outlasts Scarborough in five-setter to stay unbeaten

    SCARBOROUGH—The Greely Rangers just don't panic. The state's premier volleyball program has an inherent understanding of the moment and as a result, is very tough to beat. Make that impossible to beat. At least so far this season. Monday evening, in a showdown be...

  • Falmouth Little League team slugs way to state title

    Falmouth's 11/12 year old baseball team won the state championship last week, rallying to beat Saco in the final game, 13-10, thanks in large part to a grand slam and a three-run home run from Nate Rogers. Falmouth advanced to the New England regional, to be held in Bristol, Conn., beginning this...

  • North Sports Roundup

    All-star senior soccer game on-tap Several recently graduated local boys' and girls' soccer standouts will take part in the 24th annual Western Maine Conference vs. Southwestern Maine Activities Association all-star soccer tournament to benefit Special Olympics Maine Tuesday, Aug. 5 at W...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    All-star senior soccer game on-tap Several recently graduated local boys' and girls' soccer standouts will take part in the 24th annual Western Maine Conference vs. Southwestern Maine Activities Association all-star soccer tournament to benefit Special Olympics Maine Tuesday, Aug. 5 at W...

  • Red Sox left stranded this season

    On Saturday, July 26, the Red Sox put together eight hits and three walks against Jeremy Hellickson and the Rays. That kind of production doesn’t guarantee a win, but it typically puts a team in contention.

  • Beach to Beacon boasts strong lineup again

    The 17th running of the TD Bank Beach to Beacon 10K will be held Saturday morning. Last summer, a record-setting 6,244 runners from 16 countries, 39 states and more than 250 Maine cities and towns competed over the 6.2-mile course through the streets and hills of Cape Elizabeth. In ...

  • Cape Little League softball team takes state title

    Cape Elizabeth's 9/10 Little League softball all-stars recently won the state title and will head to the Eastern Regionals in Old Forge, Penn. Cape Elizabeth beat South Lewiston, 9-1, in the state championship game. Front row (left to right): Abigail Scifres, Dana Schwartz, Hannah Mosher...

  • Three for the show; Yarmouth football triumvirate to play in college

    Yarmouth's varsity football program isn't very old and it isn't very big, but the Clippers continue to make their mark. Yarmouth won the 2010 and 2011 Class C state championships and three members of those teams who went on to play huge roles as leaders and stars in 2012 and 2013: Thomas L...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Outdoor track all-state team named The Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association recently named its all-state team, which included several local standouts. Morse's Savannah Simmons-Grover was a girls' honorable mention. Brunswick's Shane Lyons and Mt. Ararat's Andrew McCracken w...