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  • Brunswick girls' tennis team honored

    Democratic Senator Stan Gerzofsky of Brunswick welcomed the Brunswick girls' tennis team, the Class A state champion in both 2012 and 2013, to the State House last Thursday.  From left: Ali Stankiewicz, Maisie Silverman, Senator Stan Gerzofsky, Natty Bea Silverman, ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP football hires former Portland coach as coordinator Longtime Portland High School football coach Mike Bailey is the new defensive coordinator for the South Portland football team. Bailey, who has 34 years of coaching experience, includin...

  • Cheverus doesn't let up, upsets SP in quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—Two weeks ago, the Cheverus girls' basketball team went to South Portland and let an 18-point lead slip away in what became arguably the most difficult loss of its season. That's a distant memory now. Monday afternoon in a Western Class A quarterfinal round tilt at th...

  • Falmouth holds on, downs Cheverus for first Class A playoff victory

    PORTLAND—The Falmouth boys' basketball team has won 52 of its past 54 regular season games and is the defending Class B state champion, but Monday at the Portland Exposition Building, the Yachtsmen still felt as if they had something to prove. In its first ever Western Class A quarte...

  • Greely rallies to save season, title hopes

    PORTLAND—There are no style points in the tournament. You simply have to outscore the other team and move on to the next round. If you have a powerhouse team that everyone is eager to crown for the first time this century, that should be easy, but nothing comes easily on the b...

  • Yarmouth survives Cape's upset bid

    PORTLAND—The Yarmouth boys' basketball team has heard for a week that it would be hard to beat rival Cape Elizabeth a third time when the teams squared off Saturday afternoon in a Western Class B quarterfinal round playoff game at the Portland Exposition Building. It turned out to be...

  • NYA's return to Augusta spoiled by Valley

    AUGUSTA—It took the North Yarmouth Academy boys' basketball team six years to get back to Augusta and just a few minutes for the Panthers to learn that they're not quite at the level of the perennial title contenders. Like the storied program known as the Valley Cavaliers. Sat...

  • Balanced Portland easily passes first playoff test

    PORTLAND—When it comes to the Portland boys' basketball team, opponents can only pick their poison and hope for a little good fortune. Friday evening at the Portland Exposition Building, in a Western Class A quarterfinal round contest against eighth-ranked Noble, the undefeated and t...

  • Deering ends Marshwood's Cinderella run in OT classic

    PORTLAND—A season marked by transition and tragedy was about to end in abject disappointment for the Deering boys' basketball team Friday evening at the Portland Exposition Building. But the Rams simply refused to say goodbye. Deering, the No. 4 seed in the Western A tournamen...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    RSU5 coaching openings RSU5 has coaching openings for a co-ed indoor track coach at Durham Community School (season runs through the end of March) and co-ed indoor track, 8th grade baseball, 8th grade and 7th grade girls' lacrosse...