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  • Scarborough skater medals at regional championships

    Scarborough's Morgan Sewall, 17, earned the silver medal in the senior ladies' division at the recent New England Regional Figure Skating championships in Burlington, Vermont and qualified for the sectionals championship Nov. 18-22 in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Sewall qualified for sectionals f...

  • Yarmouth skater medals at regional championships

    Yarmouth's Franz-Peter Jerosch, 13, earned the silver medal in the intermediate men's division at the recent New England Regional Figure Skating championships in Burlington, Vermont and qualified for the sectionals championship Nov. 18-22 in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Jerosch was third at secti...

  • Falmouth and Greely fit to be tied

    FALMOUTH—There was no shortage of firepower on the field Saturday evening at Falmouth High School, but the host Yachtsmen and visiting Greely Rangers weren't able to produce any offense in an early season boys' soccer showdown. The Rangers, who not only won a Class B state title a ye...

  • Opportunistic Greely girls hold off Falmouth, stay perfect

    CUMBERLAND—Greely put its best chances in the back of the net. Falmouth sent its best looks off the post or wide of the mark. That, in short, was the difference in the latest chapter of one of the state's best girls' soccer rivalries Saturday afternoon at Hutchins Field.

  • Portland rides second half surge to win over Deering

    PORTLAND—A mere 72 minutes into the new season, Portland's football team found itself at a crossroads Friday evening at Fitzpatrick Stadium. The Bulldogs, who came oh-so-close to playing for a state title a year and who entertain championship dreams this autumn, were staring an 0-2 s...

  • Ochan's heroics lead Deering past nemesis Portland

    PORTLAND—The Deering Rams are for real. One of the most highly touted boys' soccer teams in the region hosted a squad Friday night at Memorial Field which had made its life miserable in recent seasons, the rival Portland Bulldogs, and put on a show that won't soon be forgotten.

  • Scarborough rallies to shock Falmouth in state final rematch

    FALMOUTH—Something just seems to happen when the Scarborough and Falmouth volleyball teams get together in the regular season. Something special. Something memorable. And in the case of Thursday's encounter, something epic. In a rematch of last year's Class A sta...

  • Fall sports fun underway in the Mid-Coast

    The fall sports season is still in its infancy, but there are already ample signs that it's going to be something special. Here's a glimpse at the limited action so far. Football Brunswick's football team still appears to be a viable top contender in Eastern Class B, if one...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP coaching openings South Portland High School is seeking a varsity softball and a varsity girls' lacrosse coach for the 2015 season. FMI, 767-7705. Hall of Fame Golf Classic upcoming...

  • Fall sports fun underway

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Scarborough-South Portland boys' soccer and Cape Elizabeth-Falmouth and Scarborough-Marshwood field hockey game stories, please see theforecaster.net) The fall sports season is still in its infancy, but th...