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  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for boys' and girls' basketball and boys' and girls' hockey. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Dec. 20, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland Cou...

  • Yarmouth boys make stunning statement at Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Coming into the season and during its first two weeks, the Yarmouth boys' basketball team heard all the buzz about Cape Elizabeth being the gold standard in Western Class B this winter. Well, the Clippers thought they were pretty good too and did they ever show it with...

  • NYA's merry band of 10 does it again, beats Sacopee in quarterfinals

    YARMOUTH—Absolutely nothing comes easily for the North Yarmouth Academy field hockey team this fall. And that's just how the defending Western Class C champion Panthers like it. Already sporting an industrial sized chip on its shoulder by being undermanned game after game, NYA...

  • Cheverus boys survive Portland, advance to quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—In a boys' soccer game between two teams who struggle to put the ball in the net, you had to figure one goal might just do the trick. When city rivals Cheverus and Portland squared off in a Western Class A preliminary round playoff game Saturday morning at Deering High's Mem...

  • What a thriller! Portland edges Deering in PKs in palpitating prelim

    PORTLAND—It was the worth the wait. Every agonizing second. Friday evening at Memorial Field, the Deering girls' soccer team hosted Portland in a Western Class A preliminary round playoff game and as it turned out, 80 minutes couldn't determine a winner. Nor could 30 mi...

  • NYA boys stunned by Sacopee in prelim

    YARMOUTH—A year ago, North Yarmouth Academy's boys' soccer team fell behind by a goal at home in its first playoff game, then rallied for a memorable win over rival Waynflete. This fall, the Panthers followed a familiar script, but couldn't achieve a similar ending. Friday aft...

  • Playoff time arrives for soccer, volleyball and cross country

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Scarborough-Windham girls' soccer and Cape Elizabeth-Greely volleyball game stories, with additional photos, see theforecaster.net) Field hockey's postseason...

  • Wins for Bowdoin soccer teams

    Bowdoin's Matt Dias Costa plays the ball during the Polar Bears' 2-0 home win over Connecticut College last weekend. The win improved Bowdoin's record to 8-4 (4-4 in NESCAC play).

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Pumpkin Run upcoming The annual Bath Area Family YMCA Pumpkin Run 5k and children's one-mile fun run will be held Sunday. Pre-registration is $15. Race-day registration is $20. FMI, 443-4112 or kevin@bathymca.org.

  • Playoff action ramping up

    The postseason is now underway in every sport but football, which isn't far behind. Here's a look at the latest regarding Mid-Coast teams. Football Brunswick's football team got back on track last weekend with a 34-14 home win over Lawrence. The 6-1 Dragons, who are first i...