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  • Stretch run begins as January ends

    The winter sports season is rapidly coming to a close and once we dig out from all this snow, the final chapter of the regular season should be memorable. The girls' hockey regular season comes to an end this week, while basketball culminates a week from Friday. It won't be long until swim...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC men still perfect in conference The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team passed two more tests last week, winning at home over Unity College (103-55) and at U. Maine-Presque Isle (74-64) to improve to 17-1 overall and...

  • Brunswick snowboarder wins two competitions

    Myles Silverman, an eighth grader at Brunswick Junior High School, recently won the Nastar National Snowboard Competition in Winter Park, Colo.,  for boys ages 13 and 14, for the fourth straight year. He also captured the Mt. Dew Vertical Challenge Eastern Finals at Mt. Snow, Vt., posting th...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Swinging Bridge 5K rescheduled to Sunday The Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K has been rescheduled to Sunday, to benefit Brunswick's recent fire victims. It begins at 10 a.m., in front of the Red Mill on Bowdoin Mill Island in Topsham's Lower Village. Entry fees are $25 for a...

  • Portland boys' lax rolls in opener

    PORTLAND—On a chilly Wednesday evening that felt like anything but spring, the two-time defending regional champion Portland boys' lacrosse team showed why it will likely be a major factor when the weather warms up. Hosting Bonny Eagle at an under-construction Fitzpatrick Stadium, th...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA names new boys' hockey coach North Yarmouth Academy last week named Brett Barrett as its boys varsity ice hockey coach and former Falmouth boys' coach Adam Nicholas as director of player development. Barrett has 17 years of coaching experience, most recently with NYA...

  • Scarborough Red Storm Spring Sports Preview

    As we've come to expect, Scarborough has several teams ready to vie for titles this spring. Baseball welcomes a new coach with an impressive pedigree and hopes to build on its recent success. Softball fell just short in its repeat bid last season, but the Red Storm have what it takes to make it t...

  • South Portland Red Riots Spring Sports Preview

    South Portland's spring teams will be very competitive. Baseball welcomes a new coach and looks to make it to the playoffs yet again. Softball ended the school's long championship drought in 2010 and this season, the Red Riots have a veritable all-star team, one that's capable of repeating. Boys'...

  • Cape Elizabeth Capers Spring Sports Preview

    One year after winning two state titles and playing for a third, Cape Elizabeth's spring sports teams are looking to provide an encore. Baseball was oh-so-close to winning it all in 2010 and should be once of the best teams in Western B again this season. Softball fell just short of the postseaso...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC softball goes 2-2 over weekend