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  • Porpoise swimmers compete regionally

    A group of nine Portland Porpoise Swim Club swimmers consisting of Eric Delmonte, Ellen Silk, Emma Pontius, Lucas Adair, Wyeth Spike, Amelia Deady, Ana Neff-Jendrasko, Kevin Kane and Michael O'Donovan competed at the Eastern Zone-North Sectional meet at Ithaca College March 20-23. Delmonte won th...

  • Women's hockey players win NH tournament

    The Maine Coon Cats (pictured) was one of three teams from the Greater Portland Women's Ice Hockey League to win division championships at the recent She-Wolves women's hockey tournament in Wolfeboro, N.H. The Coon Cat...

  • It was a starry winter indeed

    After a winter season of so much triumph and drama, it's no surprise that an abundance of standout athletes from Forecaster Country found their way on to postseason all-star lists. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball The Southwestern Maine Activities Association second-team ...

  • Scarborough players lead Midget hockey team to Nationals

    The Biddeford Wave U-18 Midget Major hockey team, which includes Scarborough's Cam Brochu, Jake Gross, Matt Henderson and Cameron Loiselle, went 5-0 in the recent State of Maine tournament to win the championship, punching its ticket to Nationals next week in Wayne, N.J. The team is coached by Mi...

  • It was a starry winter indeed

    After a winter season of so much triumph and drama, it's no surprise that an abundance of standout athletes from Forecaster Country found their way on to postseason all-star lists. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball The Wester...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA coaching vacancy North Yarmouth Academy has immediate openings for Middle School track and field boys' and girls' assistant coaches. FMI, 847=5456 or jhardy@nya.org. Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation seeking equipme...

  • Inaugural Maine Basketball Hall of Fame class turns heads

    The inaugural Maine Basketball Hall of Fame class was announced Wednesday morning in a ceremony at the Cumberland County Civic Center and several inductees were on hand. From left: Richard Whitmore, Matt Donahue, Bob Brown, Doug Roberts, Lisa Blais Manning, Rachel Bouchard, Matt Hancock.

  • Falmouth tennis standout commits to Tufts

    Falmouth senior boys' tennis star Justin Brogan, a state singles finalist in 2011 and 2012, will attend and play tennis at Tufts University in Medford, Mass., next school year. Brogan looked at several schools, including Bowdoin College and Division I Villanova, but ultimately gave Tufts the nod.

  • It was a starry winter indeed

    After a winter season of so much triumph and drama, it's no surprise that an abundance of standout athletes from the city of Portland found their way on to postseason all-star lists. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball In a year which saw Portland's boys' basketball team win...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation seeking equipment Cheverus senior Alex Logan's Lacrosse-4-ME Foundation is seeking sticks and balls for its clinics, which provide equipment and instruction free of charge to underserved female youth in Maine. FMI,