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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Bailey returning to sidelines Longtime Portland High School football coach Mike Bailey will be returning to the gridiron this fall as the defensive coordinator for the South Portland Red Riots. Bailey, who has 34 years of coaching experience, including 25 as a head coach, and is the winn...

  • Deering falls to defending champ in opener

    PORTLAND—The Deering baseball team didn't do many things wrong Tuesday afternoon in its opener at Hadlock Field, but the Rams learned that in the early going especially, their margin for error is slim. Hosting defending state champion Westbrook, Deering suffered a couple lapses in th...

  • Yarmouth baseball's magic ride continues; Clippers rally to down host Falmouth, 5-2

    FALMOUTH—The Yarmouth baseball team has gone from a top-flight contender in the hunt for the Western B regional title to a club seemingly in the midst of something very special after collecting three wins on its current five-game streak with late inning heroics. Along the way, the Cl...

  • Cape doubles team reaches WMC Final

    Waynflete's top doubles team (from right) Eric Ordway and Ross Cummings rallied to defeat Cape Elizabeth's No. 2 squad (from left) Bailey Dittrich and John Tranfaglia, 3-6, 6-4, 10-8, in Saturday's Western Maine Conference doubles championship match.

  • South Sports Roundup

    Cape Elizabeth's Homa honored as top scholar-athlete Cape Elizabeth's Stephen D. Homa was one of 17 recipients of the State of Maine Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Inc.'s, 23rd annual Scholar-Athlete awards earlier this week. Homa b...

  • Track postseason is here

    The outdoor track season has entered its most exciting phase, the postseason. Saturday, Cape Elizabeth will travel to Yarmouth High School for the Western Maine Conference championship meet, beginning at 9 a.m. Scarborough and South Portland will join the rest of the Southern Maine Activit...

  • Perfect Storm finish regular season in style; Scarborough girls' lax earns a dose of revenge at Kennebunk, 12-9

    KENNEBUNK—Revenge was a dish served perfectly by the Scarborough girls' lacrosse team Thursday night. The Red Storm capped a 12-0 regular season by earning a small measure of payback for painful playoff losses from the past two years by winning 12-9 at nemesis Kennebunk. Scarb...

  • Scarborough earns clutch baseball win over SP

    SCARBOROUGH—Scarborough broke open a one-run game with a five-run fifth inning and sophomore Joe Cronin made quick work of a good-hitting South Portland team, spinning a four-hitter over the distance in the Red Storm’s galvanizing, 7-2 victory in a Western Class A baseball game with m...

  • Let the fun begin; Spring playoffs set to begin for Mid-Coast teams

    The spring sports regular season is nearing its conclusion. Track will begin its postseason Saturday with tennis soon to follow suit. By this time next week, baseball, softball and lacrosse will also be looking ahead to the playoffs. Here's a glimpse at where area teams stand as we near...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Twilight Baseball League tryouts Sunday The 2010 Twilight Baseball League, which includes teams in Auburn, Biddeford and Portland, will hold tryouts Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Frozen Ropes Training Center in Portland. Players who turn 19 by Aug. 1 or who spent th...