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  • Freeport honors top fall athletes

    Freeport recently handed out awards to its top fall athletes. Football named Pete LaMagna the Best Offensive Player. Jake Farmer was named Best Defensive Player. Justin Laveque was given the Booster's Pride and Character Award. Boys' soccer gave Coach's Awards to Caleb Abbott and Bl...

  • North Sports Roundup

    McAuley basketball clinic offered The four-time defending Class A state champion McAuley girls' basketball program is offering a clinic for three weeks in December. The clinic will be run by varsity coach Billy Goodman and the players. On Sundays Dec. 7, 14 and 21, 45 minutes will be dev...

  • McAuley unbeaten no more after 37-27 loss at Gorham

    GORHAM—Just 48 hours after an exhilarating, come-from-behind overtime win at Deering, the McAuley girls' basketball team met its match. Playing at unheralded, but quite dangerous Gorham, the Lions took a 20-11 lead late in the first half, but managed just seven points the rest of the...

  • The first round goes to McAuley in OT

    PORTLAND—Thursday evening, amid a tournament-like atmosphere, the undefeated Deering and McAuley girls' basketball teams had their first of two showdowns in a little over a week (perhaps the first of three, if the teams, as expected, meet deep in the playoffs), and it remains clear that the...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    AAU baseball tryout upcomingThe Southern Maine Outlaws U-14 baseball team is holding tryouts Feb. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Seacoast United Maine Indoor Arena in Topsham. The cost is $20. Players must be 14 as of May 1. FMI,

  • Falmouth chalks up win at Scarborough, 3-1

    SACO—Falmouth defended an early lead, hanging on to defeat Scarborough, 3-1, in a pivotal Western Class A boys' hockey showdown Thursday at the MHG Arena. The Yachtsmen defense was key in protecting a 2-0 first period lead. “We have great D,” Falmouth coach Adam Ni...

  • Fast SP start leads to 86-64 win over Deering

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland Red Riots put on a shooting display that left Deering coach Dan LeGage simply shaking his head. “I haven’t seen any team shoot that well in a couple years,” LeGage said. “There’s not a lot y...

  • Yarmouth makes history with win at Greely

    CUMBERLAND—The history boys from Yarmouth made a momumental statement Friday night. Playing on a court where they had never won, the Clippers put forth a tremendous 32-minute effort which resulted in a palpitating 53-51 victory over the host Greely Rangers, continuing the program's a...

  • Pingitore commits to Robert Morris

    Yarmouth High senior Nate Pingitore, fresh off helping the Clippers win the first football state championship in school history in November, signed a National Letter of Intent Thursday to attend and play football at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. Pingitore was joined by coach Jim Hartman...

  • February arrives, postseason looms - Southern edition

    February, the month of non-stop tournament action and hardware galore, is upon us. Girls' hockey's regular season ends this weekend (please see story), which is when the swimming and wrestling postseasons begins. Basketball,boys' hockey, skiing and track's postseasons aren't far behind...