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  • South Sports Roundup

    Locals to cap high school career in benefit soccer game Several local soccer standouts will put a bow on their high school careers when they part in the 25th annual SMAA-WMC all-star tournament to benefit Special Olympics Maine Tuesday at Westbrook High School. The women's game starts at...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf tournament upcoming The second annual Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf scramble will be held Monday, Aug. 10 at the Falmouth Country Club. Tee time is 8 a.m. The cost is $125 for an individual or $625 for a team. FMI, 504-6182.

  • Rain doesn't dampen Maine Marathon

    The 20th annual Maine Marathon/Half Marathon/Relay was run amid surprising conditions Sunday: rain. For the first time this century, weather was an issue, but the race, which traverses Portland, Falmouth, Cumberland and Yarmouth, succeeded nonetheless. "It was a tough day because o...

  • Cheverus wins again; Deering unbeaten no more, Portland also falls

    It's starting to look like the defending Class A state champion Cheverus football team might never get a challenge this autumn. Saturday afternoon, the Stags benefited from nine Scarborough turnovers and blanked the Red Storm, 38-0, for their fifth win in a row this fall and 17th successiv...

  • Greely starts fast, wins fourth straight

    CUMBERLAND—The Greely field hockey team isn't exactly known for flying out of the gate, so when Rangers senior CeCi Hodgkins scored a goal a minute, 23 seconds into Monday afternoon's contest against visiting Lake Region, it came as a bit of a shock. As it turned out, Greely wasn't f...

  • Yarmouth pounds the 'Hounds, 34-6

    YARMOUTH—Perhaps the Yarmouth football team won't get a test after all. The Clippers, the defending Class C state champions, winners by an average of 43-4 in their first four outings this fall, hosted recent rival Lisbon Friday night in a contest expected by most to be down to the wi...

  • Deering tumbles from unbeaten ranks

    PORTLAND — A fast start and a spirited finish were not enough for Deering to overcome a disastrous second quarter. The Rams rallied late, but had a potential game-tying drive snuffed out by an interception deep in Thornton Academy territory, falling to the visiting Golden Trojans 28-...

  • Cheverus blanks Scarborough, improves to 5-0

    PORTLAND—Be it Friday evening or Saturday afternoon, under sunny or threatening skies, the Cheverus football juggernaut marches on. This week, it was on a Saturday, amid a steady rain when the defending Class A state champion Stags welcomed Scarborough to Boulos Stadium and delivered...

  • Scarborough fends off Deering's upset bid, 3-2

    PORTLAND—A year ago, pretty much everything possible went the way of the Scarborough girls' soccer team. In 2011, the Red Storm have discovered that repeating isn't easy, but so far, this team has more than held its own. Wednesday afternoon at Memorial Field, Scarborough was g... 2

  • Fall sports season passes midway point

    As September gives way to October, all fall sports are heating up and playoff jockeying is underway. Here's a glimpse at where local squads stand: Boys' soccer The Scarborough's boys' soccer team hosted Kennebunk last Wednesday, seeking revenge for last year's surprising ous...