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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame induction upcoming The inaugural Maine Basketball Hall of Fame will be inducted Thursday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The Hall will honor 22 individuals and one team. Dinner is served from 4 to 5:30 p.m. with the induction following. FMI, 942-638...

  • Kelly could become a hero

    The Red Sox have seen many low points during the 2014 season, but the nadir may have come on August 6. Four-fifths of the Opening Day starting rotation had been traded away, a clear signal that management had no interest in contending this season. Bosto...

  • Deering's legit; Rams pummel TA, 35-6

    SACO—Jamie Ross and the Deering High football team sent a rather loud message out to the rest of the league with a big time drubbing of previously unbeaten Thornton Academy on a perfect Saturday afternoon where Western Class A football was king and the Rams were in charge of everything else... 1

  • Portland humbled by Biddeford; Bulldogs' playoff hopes take a hit after 35-7 loss

    PORTLAND—There was a lot on the line Friday night at Fitzpatrick Stadium. The Portland Bulldogs were looking to keep their playoff hopes alive, while the Biddeford Tigers were trying to bounce back from their first defeat and prove that they could put a full game together. Wit...

  • SP field hockey giant killers again; Red Riots stun Scarborough, 2-1

    SOUTH PORTLAND—There's something about playing on Saturday that has proved magical for the South Portland field hockey team. Two weeks ago, the Red Riots ended their season-opening four-game skid with a stunning 2-0 win at undefeated Cheverus. This Saturday, South Portland did...

  • Scarborough football does it again; Rainstorm no match for Red Storm who blank Gorham, 33-0

    SCARBOROUGH—After seven years in the Class A wilderness, the Scarborough football team has arrived. Friday night, fittingly with stormy weather as a backdrop, the Red Storm ensured their best finish since moving up to Class A in 2003 and solidified their claim as a top contender with...

  • Drama, triumph continue for southern edition teams

    As the stretch run of the 2010 fall sports season grows nearer, teams are keeping a closer eye on the standings and will look to make the most of every remaining outing. Here's a look at where things stand as September gives way to October: Football

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth teens meet in USTA final Falmouth's Justin Brogan defeated Patrick Ordway, also of Falmouth, 6-4, 6-4, in the final of a USTA tennis tournament last weekend at the Racket and Fitness Center in Portland. Waynflete coaching openings Wa...

  • Yarmouth girls' soccer keeps good times rolling; Clippers still unbeaten after 1-0 win over York

    YARMOUTH—The Yarmouth girls' soccer team added another triumphant chapter to their special season Thursday night. Hosting their recent nemesis, the defending Class B state champion York Wildcats, the Clippers dominated play much of the way and finally broke through on senior Devin Si...

  • SP boys' soccer lurks; Red Riots smack dab in playoff mix

    SOUTH PORTLAND — While much of the attention of the local boys' soccer world is deservedly focused on the two-time defending Class A champion Scarborough Red Storm and the (as of press time) undefeated Cape Elizabeth Capers, the third team in our coverage area has proved to be pretty formid...