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  • New-look Capers begin title defense with win over Waynflete

    CAPE ELIZABETH—The Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team hasn't repeated as state champion since 2002-03. That might change this spring. While June is still a long way off, the 2014 Capers debuted in emphatic fashion Friday afternoon at Hannaford Field and as a result, you can't ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Spring openings at Bath Parks & Rec The Bath Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registrations for upcoming spring sports, which include running, T-ball, baseball, softball and lacrosse. FMI, cityofbath.com.

  • Local soccer standouts compete in England

    Portland's Fazal Nabi and Austin Wilcox, Falmouth's J.P. White and Sam White and Brunswick's Matt Kasabian, members of the U-16 and U-18 U.S. Soccer Development Academy team, are representing the United States in a four nations soccer tournament in Durham, England this month. England, Scotland an...

  • Local soccer players win Massachusetts tournament

    Local players helped the Maine Coast United U-18 girls' soccer team win the Needham (Mass.) College Soccer Showcase tournament over Memorial Day weekend.Back row (left to right): Coach Jon Meek, Becca Tanous, Jordan Pellerin, Janie O'Halloran, Elise Applegate, Courtney Langley, Meg Cousins...

  • Local soccer players win state title

    Local players helped lead the Seacoast United Soccer Club U-12 boys' team to a state title, beating Black Bear United, 3-1, in the final. Seacoast United advances to the US Region 1 tournament in West Virginia next month.Front row (left to right): Nick Kamra, Hayes Estrella, Michael Olivie...

  • Scarborough boys' lax springs semifinal upset, 10-4 at SP

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Scarborough boys' lacrosse coach Joe Hezlep couldn't have dreamed up a better scenario than what played out for his team Saturday afternoon. After an up-and-down 7-5 regular season, the Red Storm appeared to be playoff longshots with the No. 3 seed in Western A, but af...

  • NYA girls' lax downs Morse, 17-2, sets up Yarmouth showdown

    YARMOUTH—There were plenty of reasons for the North Yarmouth Academy girls' lacrosse team to be happy Saturday morning. Not only did the Panthers dominate Morse in a the Eastern B semifinals, 17-2, behind a potent and balanced attack, but they also advanced to a seventh consecutive r...

  • Portland boys' lax advances to another regional final; Bulldogs hold off Lewiston, 9-5

    PORTLAND—Back on May 8, the Portland boys' lacrosse team received its biggest scare of the 2010 season when it had to rally in the fourth quarter to beat host Lewiston, 12-10. Saturday night at Fitzpatrick Stadium, i...

  • Deering's reign ends; Rams' rally not enough in 7-6 loss to Westbrook

    PORTLAND—It was the baseball game most everyone had planned on seeing in Standish with a trophy and a trip north hanging in the balance as the final act of the Western A season. The perfect storm gathering strength as this particular Westbrook Blue Blazes team has come of age in the ...

  • South Portland baseball's season ends with 4-0 loss at Westbrook

    WESTBROOK—Sitting on the playoff bubble among the jumbled middle of the pack in the wake of a lackluster five-run loss at Scarborough in late May, the South Portland Red Riots baseball team had only three chances left to rescue its season and rise above the middling log jam of teams all hud...