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  • Senior stars lead Greely over Falmouth

    CUMBERLAND—The legend of Ashley Storey continues to grow, the legend of Haley Felkel is just beginning and the Greely girls' basketball team rolls merrily along. Saturday afternoon against visiting rival Falmouth, the Rangers dug an early 4-1 hole, but controlled the rest of the game...

  • Cheverus comes to life, wins at Deering

    PORTLAND—For nearly five minutes Friday evening, Cheverus' boys' basketball team did little right and as a result, found itself in a mighty hole. Then, the Stags dug out of it and proved that it's not how you begin a game that matters, but how you finish. Cheverus fell behind ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough track competes at NEs The Class A state champion Scarborough indoor track and field team took part in the New England championships last weekend in Boston. The boys' 3,200 relay team came in eighth in 8 minutes, 9.33 seconds. On the girls' side, Emelia Scheemak...

  • Scarborough skier wins Maine Ski Challenge

    Scarborough's Sarah Berube won her division in the recent Maine Ski Challenge held at Black Mountain in Rumford. Berbue qualified through the Lost Valley Race Series for ages 10 through 12. With a fast time of 26.34 seconds, Berube claimed the Mountain Dew state trophy, a season pass to Lost Vall...

  • SMCC's hoops season concludes at Nationals

    Southern Maine Community College's men's and women's basketball teams both participated in the national tournament in Uniontown, Pa., last week. The men went 2-2 and wound up sixth. The Seawolves defeated PSU-Fayette, 84-73 (Coleman Findlay had 29 points) and Williamson, 66-63 (Findlay had...

  • Bowe wins Butler Award

    Cape Elizabeth senior standout Theo Bowe, three days removed from a 36-point performance in the Class B state final, was given the Bob Butler Award Monday at the Western Maine Conference's annual basketball banquet. Bowe, pictured with Butler and the female winner, Stephanie Gallagher, of York, e...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Locals impress at track NEs Three local track standouts had top 10 finishes at last weekend's New England championships in Boston. Mt. Ararat's McKenzie Gary was fourth in the both the boys' long jump (22 feet) and boys' 300 ...

  • Greely hockey falls short in regional final

    LEWISTON—Greely hockey's championship hopes were put to rest Wednesday evening. Courtesy longtime rival York. The Rangers and Wildcats renewed postseason hostilities in the Western Class B Final at the Colisee and despite vanquishing York twice in the regular season, Greely co...

  • Freeport skiers qualify for J3 Olympics

    Freeport High Alpine skiers Elly Bengtsson and Eli Pier qualified to compete in the J3 Junior Olympics in Okemo, Vt. last week.

  • North Yarmouth Academy skier competing in Junior Olympics

    North Yarmouth Academy freshman Ian Moore, the Class C freestyle state champion and classical runner-up, who led the Panthers to their first-ever state championship last month, is currently representing New England in the Junior Olympics in Minneapolis. Moore is the only Maine Nordic athlete in h...