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  • Local soccer players win title

    The FSC-Riptide U-17 boys' soccer team won the recent Soccer Maine title and will represent the state at the U.S. Youth Soccer regional tournament in West Virginia in June. Top row, left to right: Cam Tracy, Ray Cormier, Jamie Adelman, Nick Sanzari, Aaron Geller, Nigel Dunn, Austin Farwel...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse. These polls consider games played through Saturday, May 23, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from...

  • A winter of excellence and triumph

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped in last week's edition) Winter itself isn't quite a thing of the past, but the winter sports season has come and gone. The 2014-15 campaign will long be remembered for producing memorable thrills from start to finish. On ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Little League coaching clinic upcoming Nationally recognized coach trainer "Big Al" Price, who is endorsed by Little League International and tours the country each spring, will be holding a coaching clinic Wednesday and Thursday from 6 to 9:30 p.m., at King Middle School gym in Portland...

  • Another winter of triumph and drama

    (Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped in last week's edition) Winter isn't quite a thing of the past, but the winter sports season has come and gone. The 2014-15 campaign will long be remembered for producing memorable thrills from start to finish. On the ice...

  • Local volleyball standouts earns trip to Nationals

    The Maine Junior 18 Gold volleyball team will compete at the national level for the first time. Maine 18 Gold will travel to Atlanta next week for competition, as well as Orlando in June, by virtue of a second-place showing at a tournament at St. Joseph's College last weekend. There, the team, ra...

  • Fifth class for basketball could create new rivalries

    One reason Maine Principals’ Association committees have proposed adding a fifth class to the state’s high school basketball ranks beginning next season is to reduce the student enrollment differential between the largest and smallest schools in each class. The idea is to give ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mt. Ararat boys' hoops team benefit Saturday The Mt. Ararat boys' basketball team is organizing a 3-on-3 tournament at the high school Saturday to benefit the Taylor Memorial Fund, which benefits surviving children of domestic violence in Maine. FMI, 592-9268, 751-8208,

  • A memorable title and plenty of thrills on the hardwood this winter

    The 2014-15 high school basketball season now belongs to the history books and what a year it was, from the opening tip in early December, right through the final day of February. In Forecaster Country, it was a season that won't soon be forgotten. On the boys' side, Cape Elizabeth ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland coaching openings South Portland has coaching openings for varsity volleyball and junior varsity volleyball. FMI, 767-7705 or livingto@spsd.org. Maine Baseball Hall of Fame seeking nominations The ...