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  • Greely shuts out Westbrook, makes a statement

    CUMBERLAND—Entering Saturday evening's home football contest against new-to-Class B Westbrook, there was plenty of uncertainty surrounding the Greely Rangers and their status as a serious contender. Forty-eight minutes later, Greely had emphatically stated its case. The Ranger...

  • SP holds off Sanford; improves to 2-1

    SOUTH PORTLAND—It was a frigid early September night at Martin Memorial Field, but the offenses were as hot as could be. Host South Portland hung on for a dramatic 42-34 victory over previously unbeatean Sanford Friday in a game that back and forth in the final quarter. Led by their...

  • Cheverus Cookes up another big win

    STANDISH — Cheverus put up half a dozen touchdowns Friday night and Spencer Cooke played an integral role in each one of them. The senior tailback and defensive back ran for four scores, threw for one and returned an interception for another to lead the defending Class A champion Sta...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bowdoin basketball clinic upcoming The Bowdoin College men's basketball team is hosting the fifth annual Polar Bear Basketball Clinic Sunday, Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., for boys ages 8-18. FMI, athletics.bowdoin.edu...

  • First week of fall action in the books

    The fall sports season is now in full flower and last week produced some interesting results in football, soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf. Here's a glimpse at what you might have missed: Football Brunswick's highly touted football team bounced back from its a...

  • Waynflete girls dominate NYA; Boys play to a draw

    PORTLAND—When Waynflete and North Yarmouth Academy do battle on the pitch, drama is certain to ensue. The Flyers played host to the Panthers in both a boys' and girls' contest Wednesday afternoon and each game proved memorable for vastly different reasons. In the girls' contes...

  • Greely holds off Scarborough in volleyball showdown

    SCARBOROUGH—Last autumn, for the first time since 2002, the Greely volleyball team fell short of a state championship. The Rangers aren't about to let it happen again. Thursday evening at Scarborough High School, Greely earned another clutch triumph over a top contender, getti...

  • Cape, South Portland football in the win column; Scarborough falls

    Cape Elizabeth and South Portland's football teams bounced back from opening week losses with impressive victories over highly-touted foes last Friday night. The Capers, who gave Wells, one of the preseason favorites, a scare in a 14-6 loss in the opener, defeated visiting rival York, 28-1...