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  • Scarborough softball overwhelms SP in opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Scarborough's softball team might not even need "Disney Magic" this spring. That's because the Red Storm appear to be an absolute juggernaut and they have the calendar on their side. In each of the past four odd-numbered seasons, Scarborough has captured the Cla...

  • Curran excels as Red Riots blank TA in opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—If Henry Curran was this dominant on Opening Day, it's frightening to think what he'll do to the opposition in June. South Portland's senior lefthanded ace was almost unhittable on a windy Friday afternoon at Wainwright Farms against Thornton Academy, fanning the first...

  • McAuley comes alive in second half, ousts Portland

    PORTLAND—Nothing has come easily this winter for McAuley's girls' basketball team, but like the juggernauts of the past four seasons, these Lions manage to find a way to prevail. Even against upset-minded opponents in the postseason. Monday evening at the Portland Exposition B...

  • SP upsets Deering, earns signature win

    PORTLAND—All season, the South Portland girls' basketball team was close. Close to the top teams. Close to earning a statement victory. Monday evening at the Portland Exposition Building, the young Red Riots arrived. Facing No. 4 Deering in a Western Class A quar...

  • Scarborough scares TA, but falls in quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—Scarborough's girls' basketball team found itself where few expected it to be at halftime of Monday afternoon's Western Class A quarterfinal at the Portland Exposition Building. Leading favored Thornton Academy. The seventh-ranked Red Storm struggled through a nearly ...

  • SP erupts in second half, ousts Cheverus in quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—South Portland's second-ranked boys' basketball team was sluggish during the first half of Monday's quarterfinal against No. 7 Cheverus at the Portland Exposition Building, but once morning turned to afternoon, the Red Riots hit their stride. In scintillating fashion.

  • Falmouth survives Westbrook in OT

    PORTLAND—Falmouth's boys' basketball team held the lead for all of 48 seconds in Monday morning's Western Class A quarterfinal round game against underdog Westbrook, but the Yachtsmen reminded everyone that it's not how you start, but how you finish. And that all that matters is that...

  • Ochan earns soccer Gatorade award

    Deering senior Stephen Ochan receives the Maine boys' soccer Gatorade Player of the Year award from school principal Ira Waltz last week. The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on a...

  • Portland's wrestling team earns honor

    Portland's wrestling team was given the Western Class A Sportsmanship Award at last weekend's state meet. The Bulldogs won for the second year in a row. Left to right: Coach Tony Napolitano, Greg Cassella, Jeremiah Israel-Copeland, Josh Hunnewell, Clautel Buba, Coach Dave Elowitch.

  • Super Six polls

    Here is our final poll for girls' hockey and the latest boys' hockey poll. Final basketball polls will appear after the state finals. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Feb. 14, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core covera...