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  • Yarmouth's win streak hits four after rallying past Greely

    YARMOUTH—Beware, Class B girls' lacrosse, the defending champions have come to life. Thursday evening, in a microcosm of their season, the Yarmouth Clippers got off to a slow start and trailed visiting Greely for almost the whole first half, but they had the Rangers right where they ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bath Rotary Golf Tournament upcoming The Bath Rotary Club will hold its 24th annual golf tournament Wednesday, June 17 at the Bath Golf Club. Registration begins at 7 a.m. The scramble format tees off at 7:55 a.m. The cost is $100 per person. FMI,

  • A spring season to savor

    The weather was far from ideal, but the high school sports action was memorable this spring. Lacrosse produced a pair of state champions, one a first-timer, and plenty of drama from start to finish. Falmouth's boys finally reached the pinnacle, beating NYA in the state game. The Yarmouth g...

  • Falmouth girl wins tennis tourney

    Falmouth's Meghan Kelley won the recent United States Tennis Association New England Junior Sectional Championship at Yale University. Kelley, the No. 1 seed, captured the title in the 14-year-old division, beating No. 3 seed Lexi Milunovich (New Canaan, Conn.) in the championship match. Kelley b...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Lobster Bowl rosters announced Nate Pingitore and Nate Proscia of Class C champion Yarmouth will join Falmouth's John Horton, Freeport's Matt MacMillan and Greely's Michael Burgess and Jon Higgins on the West roster for the 2011 Lobster Bowl senior all-star football game, on...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Lobster Bowl rosters announced Zach Dube and Peter Gwilym of state champion Cheverus will join Deering's John Hardy and Jamie Ross and Portland's Imadhi Zagon on the West roster for the 2011 Lobster Bowl senior all-star football game, played July 23 at 4 p.m., at Waterhouse F...

  • A spring season to savor

    The weather was far from ideal, but the high school sports action was memorable this spring. Baseball produced a state champion and plenty of drama as Cheverus won it all for the first time, and Deering and Waynflete both made it to the playoffs. Softball saw last year's upstart tea...

  • Why baseball is the best sport

    July is a beautiful month to be a baseball fan. The season reaches its halfway point, the All-Star game selection process is always entertaining (even if the game isn't) and the rest of the month brings endless trade rumors and the occasional actual trade. Meanwhile, the NHL and NBA...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Seacoast Field Hockey Club hosting camp The Seacoast Field Hockey Club is holding a camp July 18-21, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., at the Scarborough High School turf field. The camp is open to players in 9th through 12th grades. The cost is $50 per day or $175 for the week. FMI,

  • Orioles win CNYLL title

    The Orioles won the recent Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League Majors Division championship, beating the Yankees, 5-2. Front row (left to right): Assistant coach Chris Kennedy, Nicholas Small, Max Stickney, Brad Spoerri, Eben Kiesow, Ben Kennedy, Will Pidgeon, assistant coach Bert Kie...