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  • One goal's enough to send Cape past Greely

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Cape Elizabeth's field hockey team keeps finding a way to win one-goal games. The Greely Rangers, meanwhile, are wondering what they have to do to get in the win column. Monday evening at Hannaford Field, the Capers played their fifth one-goal game of the season...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for football, boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Sept. 13, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon...

  • SP boys' soccer ousted at Gorham, 2-1

    GORHAM—The South Portland boys' soccer team's best season in a generation came to a sudden and disappointing end Thursday night. The Red Riots surrendered a pair of first half goals and despite a penalty kick score late in the second half, couldn't complete a rally and lost, 2-1, at ...

  • Scarborough football playoff-bound; Cape Elizabeth still has work to do

    After its most memorable regular season in eight years, marred only by a closer-than-the-score-indicated 33-7 home loss to Thornton Academy in Week 2, the Scarborough football team is preparing to take part in the Class A postseason for the first time. Last Friday night, the Red Storm capp...

  • Scarborough boys, Cape girls win another regional CC crown

    Cape Elizabeth's Kelsey Barton and Rachel Nichols lead the pack early in Saturday's Western Class B regional championship cross country meet. Barton was sixth and Nichols seventh as the Capers won the team title.

  • Playoff drama heats up in the Mid-Coast

    Brunswick's Kyle Franklin drives through the line and escapes the grasp of Mt. Ararat's James Oliver during the teams' annual season-ending showdown Friday night. The Dragons held on for a 33-18 win and moved on to the playoffs.

  • Greely girls eke one out in OT; Rangers advance to semis with 1-0 win over Gorham

    CUMBERLAND—After 80 minutes of scoreless action that featured chances for both teams, the difference between going on and going home was destined to come down to one play. Enter Greely senior Kelly Burrell. With 8:47 left in the first golden goal overtime, Burrell took a throu...

  • Scarborough field hockey stunned in semis

    Late in Saturday's contest, Scarborough senior Sarah Bunting has her golden scoring opportunity thwarted by Cheverus' goalie, Cindy Clark. The Red Storm were stunned, 2-1, by the Stags and saw their reign as Class A state champion end.

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough 5K upcoming Scarborough YoungLife, an interdenominational Christian youth ministry, is hosting a 5K run/walk and a 1-mile kids' run Saturday, Nov. 6 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Scarborough High sports complex. Prizes will be awarded for all ages. FMI, 3...

  • South Portland beats Portland to win 'Bridge,' playoffs next

    Rewind the calendar almost exactly one year to the day and things sure do look different for the South Portland Red Riots football team. Needing a win last year in the last game of the season to lock in the program’s first playoff berth since 2002, the Red Riots jumped out to a 27-7 ...