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  • A lot of Forecaster Country all-stars this fall

    (Ed. Note: The SMAA football all-star team hadn't been released at press time. We'll post those names as soon as they're available) The autumn of 2014 was extremely successful and local athletes made their presence felt on postseason all-star teams. Here's a glimpse:

  • Brunswick's title dream dashed by Marshwood

    PORTLAND — The program that defined intermediate-sized Maine high school football in the 1970s and ’80s is back at the mountaintop. Marshwood won its first state title in a quarter-century Saturday night with a convincing 44-18 win over Brunswick for the Class B Gold Ball at Fi...

  • 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...

  • Hockey teams in thick of playoff hunt

    If you haven't noticed, local boys' and girls' hockey teams are in the midst of a solid season. With plenty of excitement to come. The girls' hockey playoffs begin next week and the boys' season is in its stretch run. Here's a glimpse at where our local teams stand and what's to com...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC holding alumni basketball games Southern Maine Community College will hold alumni games Saturday, Feb. 12. The women play at 2 p.m. The men at 3 p.m. The current women's team plays Berkeley College at 5 p.m. and the men face Berkeley at 7 p.m. At 9 p.m., there will...

  • February arrives, postseason looms

    Brunswick's Garrett Erb elevates over an Erskine defender during Saturday's 58-49 Dragons' win.

  • February arrives, postseason looms - Northern edition

    February, the month of non-stop tournament action and hardware galore, is upon us. Girls' hockey's regular season ends this weekend, which is when the swimming postseason begins. Basketball, hockey, skiing and track's postseasons aren't far behind. Here's a glimpse at where things...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth Little League registration open Player registration for the 2011 season of the Falmouth Little League is open, through Feb. 28. New players must present a birth certificate for age verification. Registration can be done at