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  • Brunswick's title dream dashed by Marshwood

    PORTLAND — The program that defined intermediate-sized Maine high school football in the 1970s and ’80s is back at the mountaintop. Marshwood won its first state title in a quarter-century Saturday night with a convincing 44-18 win over Brunswick for the Class B Gold Ball at Fi...

  • South Sports Roundup

    McAuley basketball clinic offered The four-time defending Class A state champion McAuley girls' basketball program is offering a clinic for three weeks in December. The clinic will be run by varsity coach Billy Goodman and the players. On Sundays Dec. 7, 14 and 21, 45 minutes will be dev...

  • Greely avenges playoff loss, keeps postseason hopes alive

    CUMBERLAND—Greely's field hockey team is running out of time to qualify for the playoffs, but if the surging Rangers get there, look out. Two days after battling higher ranked Cape Elizabeth to a 1-1 tie, Greely welcomed another squ...

  • Scarborough strikes early, enjoys statement win over Deering

    SCARBOROUGH—The contender thought it was ready, but the champion simply refuses to surrender its crown. Tuesday evening, in a highly anticipated boys' soccer showdown at the Kippy Mitchell Sports Complex, the two-time defending Class A state champion Red Storm of Scarborough, who hav...

  • Perfect weekend for city football teams

    For the first time this autumn, all three city football teams were victorious on the same weekend. Friday evening, Cheverus bounced back from its first setback with a 41-7 victory at Edward Little. Not too far away, Deering held on for its second successive win, 29-22, at Lewiston.

  • Time to think postseason

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Portland-South Portland girls' soccer and Portland-Biddeford and Waynflete-Yarmouth field hockey game stories, see theforecaster.net) The football season is hitting its stretch run (see story), but the postseason is either near or here in other fall spo...

  • Good weather, great show at Maine Marathon

    The 2014 version of the Maine Marathon/Relay/Half Marathon was treated kindly by Mother Nature and once again produced some memorable results. The 23rd running of the race, which traverses Portland, Falmouth, Cumberland and Yarmouth, returned to its traditional route after a one-year alter...

  • Greely and Cape fight to the bitter end, settle for tie

    CUMBERLAND—It literally came down to the final second. Tuesday afternoon, with daylight fading, host Greely had one final chance to earn a pivotal victory in its field hockey tilt with rival Cape Elizabeth. The Rangers, who took a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal from juni...

  • Portland soccer coach named to Hall of Honors

    Longtime Portland High School boys' soccer coach Rocco Frenzilli will be inducted into the Maine Sports Legends' Hall of Honors Oct. 12 in Waterville. Frenzilli, who at press time, was three wins shy of 200 for his career with the Bulldogs, started the program in 1972 and has served off and on as...

  • Cape volleyball arrives, beats Scarborough for first time

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Last year, Cape Elizabeth's volleyball team neared the stratosphere. This fall, the Capers might just be primed to take the final step. Monday evening, Cape Elizabeth welcomed a Scarborough team it had never beaten and never really even threatened, but the times...