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  • Mt. Ararat Eagles Spring Sports Schedule

    BASEBALL Fri., April 24 @ Brunswick Mon., April 27 H MESSALONSKEE Wed., April 29 @ Skowhegan Fri., May 1 @ Mt. Blue Tues., May 5 @ Oxford Hills Fri., May 8 H LEWISTON Mon., May 11 @ Brewer Wed., May 13 H BANGOR Fri., ...

  • Falmouth boys win squeaker at Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH—Those who think that opening game results are meaningless had that opinion validated big-time Wednesday evening at the Kippy Mitchell Sports Complex. Host Scarborough, which was stunned by Westbrook on Opening Night, hosted Falmouth, which won its first game by 20 goals.

  • Deering escapes Gorham in thrilling quarterfinal

    PORTLAND—Inspiration can come from anywhere during the tournament. For Deering's basketball team, motivation has come from the desire to experience something that's far from popular, but rewarding nonetheless. After losing to rival Portland in the regular season finale last Th...

  • Defending champion Portland handles Windham, marches on

    PORTLAND—When you're the top seed, there are no style points. All you want to do is survive and advance. And often, the first test is the hardest. Friday evening at the Portland Exposition Building, the top-ranked Portland boys' basketball team, the defending Class A st...

  • Falmouth 6th grade girls' hoops team wins title

    Falmouth's 6th grade girls' basketball team won the recent Portland Boys' and Girls' Club League championship, downing St. Brigid's, 27-23, in the final. Falmouth wound up 9-1.

  • Postseason thrills across the board

    While the basketball tournament (see story) will get the lion's share of attention the rest of the month, the postseason is in full swing in other sports as well and early results are promising for local athletes. At press time, Scarborough's girls' hockey team found itself two wins from a...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick Hot Shot Contest winners named Brunswick Parks and Recreation recently hosted the Maine Recreation and Park Association and Maine Red Claws Hot Shot Contest. The competition consisted of five hot spots on the floor with the participants having three one-minute rounds to score a...

  • Postseason thrills across the board

    The postseason is in full swing in other sports as well and early results are promising for local athletes. Here's a glimpse at what's occurred and what's to come: Boys' basketball Hyde's boys' basketball team enters the Western Class D tournament 14-4 and ranked third. The...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC hoops season winding down The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team bounced back from a rare loss by beating visiting New Hampshire Technical Institute (92-63) and host U. Maine-Machias (74-59) last week to improve to 19-2 (13-0 in the Yankee Small College Conferenc...

  • Windham rallies, shocks Falmouth in prelim

    FALMOUTH—History does repeat itself. And it can be quite painful. A year ago, Falmouth's girls' basketball team was mere seconds away from upsetting host Gorham in the Western Class A preliminary round, but the Rams managed to force overtime and went on to the victory. ...