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  • Falmouth continues road brilliance, hands Kennebunk first loss

    KENNEBUNK—The two best girls' lacrosse teams in the state squared off Tuesday evening at Kennebunk High School and by evening's end, the role of championship favorite had fallen to the Falmouth Yachtsmen. If winning at defending Class B champion Yarmouth and perennial powerhouse Wayn...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC softball opening Southern Maine Community College is seeking a softball coach. SMCC plays both a fall and spring season. FMI,741-5927 or mrichards@smccme.edu. SMCC g...

  • Scarborough tennis teams fall at states

    The inspired run of the Scarborough tennis teams finally came to an end Saturday at Colby College in Waterville. In the Class A state final, both Red Storm squads met their match at the hands of perennial champion Lewiston. The boys' team, coming off the first regional crown in prog...

  • Baseball teams ousted

    The end of the 2011 baseball season came sooner than hoped for Forecaster Country teams. South Portland made it the farthest. The fifth-seeded Red Riots upset No. 4 Scarborough, 2-1, in eight innings, in their Western Class A quarterfinal round game, then fell to top-ranked Cheverus, 8-2, ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bowdoin College hosting basketball drill exchange clinic Bowdoin College's basketball staff, sponsored by Polar Beverages, is holding a free drill exchange clinic Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Peter Buck Center. FMI, 725-3352 or

  • Cheverus baseball reaches first regional final since '93; Deering, Waynflete ousted

    The Cheverus baseball team partied like it's 1993 Monday afternoon when it beat South Portland to reach the Western Class A Final for the first time in 18 seasons. The Stags, the top seed in the regional playoffs, eliminated No. 8 Thornton Academy, 5-2, in the quarterfinals. Then, after ra...

  • Brunswick girls' lax only team left as playoffs come to quick end

    Despite valiant efforts and some heartstopping games, only one local spring sports team, Brunswick girls' lacrosse, was still standing at press time. Girls' lacrosse Brunswick's girls' lacrosse team, which fell short of the state final in 2010, is looking to make its fifth appeara...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Locals compete at NE track Several local athletes took part in the 66th New England outdoor track championship meet Saturday in Burlington, Vt. Greely's Michael Burgess led the way with a fifth-place finish in the shot put (53 feet) and was 21st in the discus (13...

  • Local players part of Seacoast United state champ

    Players from Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, Falmouth and Scarborough were part of the Seacoast United U-12 girls' state championship team, which beat Blackbear United for the title. The squad travels to Lancaster, Penn. later this month to take part in the US Youth Soccer Region I champio...

  • Falmouth king and queen of Class B tennis world

    The Falmouth boys' and girls' tennis teams once again have no peer in Class B. Saturday afternoon at Colby College in Waterville, both Yachtsmen teams blanked the opposition to win the championship. The girls made it four championships in succession and six in seven years by virtue ...