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  • Gridiron wins for Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth

    Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth's football teams are all 3-1 at the midway point of the regular season and all have legitimate playoff aspirations. Freeport is 1-3, but is still hopeful. Falmouth bounced back from its lone loss with a 42-12 home win over Oceanside Friday night. After Oceansi...

  • Greely outlasts Scarborough in five-setter to stay unbeaten

    SCARBOROUGH—The Greely Rangers just don't panic. The state's premier volleyball program has an inherent understanding of the moment and as a result, is very tough to beat. Make that impossible to beat. At least so far this season. Monday evening, in a showdown be...

  • Local karate students compete in tournament

    Tracy's Karate-Ju-jitsu students from the Yarmouth Dojo recently participated in a tournament in Trenton, Maine. These children and adults train with Sensei Kristy Tracy Dawes of Yarmouth. Front row (left to right): Jordan Bickford (Grand champion and Most Improved award), Lauren Dawes (...

  • McAuley's Knight signs Letter of Intent

    McAuley senior Rebecca Knight signs her National Letter of Intent Wednesday morning to attend and play basketball at the University of Maine. Knight, flanked by parents, Greg and Diane, with athletic director Joe Kilmartin and coach Amy Vachon also in the photo, committed early to U. Maine an...

  • NYA's dream ends with state final setback

    The NYA boys' soccer team celebrates its surprise regional title last Wednesday after upsetting Waynflete, 1-0. The Panthers' title dreams ended Saturday with a 2-1 loss to Fort Kent in the Class C Final.

  • Yarmouth football reaches regional final; Falmouth one-and-done

    The Yarmouth football team once again finds itself one win shy of a first Class C state final. After last year's improbable underdog run to the regional championship game, the 2010 Clippers are the top seed this time around and continued to dazzle Friday night with a

  • Deering shocks Bonny Eagle in semifinals

    STANDISH — Ever since Kevin Cooper arrived, the road to Super Saturday has, in one way or another, done a stretch out west where Congress Street ends in a different world from the one it has always divided. Where in November, it's football games they remember and right there where St...

  • Cheverus holds off Scarborough; Deering next in regional final

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus football team has treated its fans and tortured its coaches with a highwire act in recent weeks, but the Stags continue to find a way to win. Saturday afternoon, Cheverus and upstart Scarborough went toe-to-toe in the Western A semifinals and once again, the Sta...

  • Perfect Storm win first Class A crown!

    FALMOUTH—From the ashes of the agony of previous playoff heartbreaks, a perfect Storm was born. The 2010 Scarborough girls' soccer team set a standard to which all future Red Storm squads will aspire. If it wasn't enough that Scarborough erased the stain of recent playoff hear... 2

  • Portland's dream season ends in state final; Bulldogs fall, 3-2, to Bangor

    FALMOUTH—After a late season surge and an inspirational playoff run, the stars appeared to finally be aligned for the Portland boys' soccer team to win a first ever state championship Saturday evening at Falmouth High School. When Bulldogs sophomore Tim Rovnak struck twice in a 41-se...