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  • Local swimmers achieve top rankings

    Local masters swimmers Katrine Alcaide of Harpswell and David Vail of Brunswick achieved top national rankings for the 2014-15 indoor season. Alcaide won All-American designation for her number one ranking in the 50 breaststroke for in the women's 30-34 division. Alcaide was also named All-Americ...

  • Top Freeport spring athletes honored

    Freeport's top spring athletes were recently honored at the RSU5 Spring Sports Awards. Baseball gave its Most Improved Player award to Caleb Rice. Max Doughty won the Coach's award. Caiden Shea took home the Booster's Pride and Character award. The Kovall Wentworth award went to Peter Lama...

  • McAuley left frustrated by Gorham

    PORTLAND—The 2015 season has been one of frustration and inconsistency for the McAuley softball team. Monday afternoon's home tilt versus Gorham was an example why. The Lions missed some early scoring chances, surrendered two unearned runs and even ran into a couple of untimel...

  • Falmouth sweeps WMC doubles tennis crowns

    Saturday's Western Maine Conference doubles tennis titles were once again dominated by Falmouth. In the boys' competition, Falmouth's (from left) Jordan Bruce and Trey Fallon defeated Grayson Cohen and Matt Adamowicz, 6-4, 6-3, in the final. Also pictured: Coach Bob McCully.

  • Cape shuts down Scarborough to make it 24 in a row

    CAPE ELIZABETH—It appears that nothing, not even a slow start against a proud, determined opponent, is going to slow the Cape Elizabeth Express this spring. Saturday evening at Hannaford Field, the two-time defending Class B champion Capers boys' lacrosse team hosted perennial powerh...

  • Cape girls cap memorable week with crossover win

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Cape Elizabeth's girls' lacrosse team took the field Monday afternoon sporting a 1-1 record, a whole lot of uncertainty and only modest respect from the pundits. Fast forward five days and the defending Western B champion Capers suddenly look like world-beaters.

  • Landmark win for Scarborough; Red Storm down Waynflete for first time

    SCARBOROUGH—Scarborough's girls' lacrosse team has been the premier Class A squad in the state over the past decade, but one thing the Red Storm had never accomplished was beating the team that everyone in Maine measures themselves against, the Waynflete Flyers. Saturday afternoon, S...

  • Falmouth earns impressive win at Greely

    CUMBERLAND—Falmouth's baseball team faced a mighty challenge Friday afternoon. And the Yachtsmen rose to the occasion. Facing defending Class B state champion Greely at Twin Brook Recreation Center, Falmouth had to go up against Rangers senior ace Will Bryant, but the Yachtsme...

  • Falmouth handles Cheverus in crossover battle

    FALMOUTH—While Falmouth's boys' lacrosse team might be lacking a big-name, high-scoring "superstar" of yore, this edition is proving that it's quite capable of putting the ball in the net. Thanks to a bevy of talents. Thursday evening, the Yachtsmen hosted Cheverus in a crosso...

  • Everyone springs into action

    The fun has begun for everyone and the short and sweet spring sports season promises to be triumphant across the board. Whether the sport is baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis or track, local athletes have already made a mark. Here's a glimpse: Baseball Brunswick's...