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  • Falmouth handed first loss by York

    YORK—After two lopsided victories, the Falmouth football team got a chance to measure itself against a traditional power Friday evening, when the Yachtsmen traveled south to York. Falmouth began the game as if it was en route to another impressive performance, but ultimately, the Yac...

  • Falmouth's second half surge ends Freeport's win streak

    FREEPORT—Falmouth and Freeport reached the midway point of the 2014 field hockey regular season Friday afternoon and while both squads have enjoyed their share of success in the first half of the season, both have bigger aspirations down the road and an interclass tilt served as a good baro...

  • South Portland's season ends with 32-0 loss at Bonny Eagle

    STANDISH—The second-ranked Bonny Eagle Scots broke out from a puffy green helmet of billowing smoke and played championship caliber defense Friday night in the Western Class A quarterfinals to advance with a 32-0 victory over No. 7 South Portland (5-4). Three times South Portland mov...

  • Portland, Waynflete boys' soccer reach regional final

    The city of Portland will be the showcase for some of the best boys' soccer in the state Wednesday. That's because two local teams, Portland and Waynflete, advanced to their respective regional finals. The Bulldogs, the No. 2 seed in Western A, extended their win streak to 13 with p...

  • Scarborough football dominates in first Class A playoff test

    BIDDEFORD—One heartbeat. That’s the poignant, yet clunky battle cry that slowly began to rise from a cluster of season-long Red Storm loyalists pocketed just above the helmets near midfield in the visiting team section. With that over-prepared look and blankets to spare, this d... 1

  • Falmouth volleyball ousted in states again

    WINDHAM—Falmouth senior volleyball captains Kate Sparks and Alana Becker tried to muster smiles as coach Gary Powers handed them the Class A runner-up plaque, but their expressions couldn’t mask their disappointment. For the second season in a row, the Yachtsmen were leaving th...

  • Deering dominates TA, advances to semifinals

    PORTLAND—The location was different. The stakes were higher. The end result did not change. For the second time this season, the Deering Rams steamrolled Thornton Academy, their latest triumph coming at home in a 56-18 win in Friday night’s Western Maine Class A quarterfinals, ...

  • Cheverus passes first playoff test; Stags rally past Windham, 34-27

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus football team has won games by any means necessary, be it offense, defense or special teams, this fall. Saturday afternoon, the undefeated and top-ranked Stags had to dig deeper than ever in their first playoff test, against defending Class A state champion Wind...

  • Portland boys rally to edge Cape in OT in semis, 2-1

    PORTLAND—The hottest boys' soccer team around found itself on the brink of elimination Saturday night. The Portland Bulldogs, riding a 12-game win streak, surrendered a first half goal to Cape Elizabeth in the teams' Western Class A semifinal at Fitzpatrick Stadium and after senior s...

  • Falmouth rallies to stun Greely, force coin toss

    CUMBERLAND—Nine games won't be enough to clear up the Western Class B playoff field. That's because Friday evening, the Falmouth Yachtsmen capped a valiant performance with a 15-14 come-from-behind win at Greely in the regular season finale, leaving both teams at 6-3. Falmouth...