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  • Second annual SP Junior Golf tournament held

    Stephanie Rodrigue hits a tee shot as Janelle Bryant looks on during last week's second annual South Portland Junior Open Golf tournament at the South Portland Municipal Golf Course. Rodrigue won the girls' 13-17 division with an 18-hole score of 75, nine strokes better than Bryant, the runner-up...

  • SP track standout wins 10 national titles

    South Portland track standout Sue McCarthy had herself quite a month of July, winning 10 national titles. At the National Senior Games, McCarthy won four individual gold medals in the track and field competitions in the women's 50-54 age group, taking the 50, 100, 200 and 400. McCarthy was also a...

  • No October surprise as local teams keep winning

    The month of October has arrived – the month of champions. The first hardware will be handed out Monday when golf crowns its state champions. The other fall sports are also winding down their regular seasons and the drama is palpable. Here's a glimpse at whe...

  • Barry earns win at Maine Marathon

    Scarborough's Kristin Barry won the women's half-marathon at the Maine Marathon for the second time in three years Sunday, finishing in 1 hour, 19.27 seconds. The race was run in the rain for the first time in years, but Barry rose to the occasion.

  • South Sports Roundup

    Livingston new SP AD Todd Livingston will be the new South Portland athletic director, returning to his alma mater. Livingston has been the Falmouth AD for five years and will replace Kevin Woodhouse. Livingston played soccer, basketball and baseball for the Red Riots befor...

  • South Portland, Cape Elizabeth football teams win again; Scarborough blanked at Cheverus

    The South Portland football team won its fourth straight game last weekend. Something which hadn't been done in a decade. This time, the victim was host Noble, as the Red Riots rolled to a 36-7 victory. Se...

  • Falmouth knocks off Fryeburg in final minute

    FALMOUTH—Nobody does a dramatic finish like the Falmouth field hockey team. Wednesday evening, with the wind howling and temperatures feeling more like November than October, the Yachtsmen once again saved their best for last. Hosting top-ranked Fryeburg, a squad which hand...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Livingston leaving Falmouth Falmouth High athletic director Todd Livingston is leaving the school to take a similar position at South Portland High, his alma mater. Livingston has been the Falmouth AD for five years and will replace Kevin Woodhouse at South Portland. Livingston played so...

  • No October surprise: Local teams keep winning

    (Editor's note: For the complete Greely-Lake Region field hockey game story, please visit theforecaster.net) The month of October has arrived. The month of champions. The first hardware will be handed out Monday when golf crowns its state champions. The other fall ...

  • Gridiron warriors come up winners again

    It was another perfect weekend for local football teams, as Falmouth, Freeport, Greely and defending Class C state champion Yarmouth all triumphed and helped their playoff cause in the process. The Clippers extended their win streak to 17 games and made it 25 of 26 with a 34-6 home romp ov...