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  • Almost time for fall sports

    Yarmouth's field hockey team and many others in all sports began the fall preseason Monday and the real thing isn't far off. The Forecaster's 14th annual Fall Sports Preview, covering every varsity sport at each school in our coverage area, will appear in two weeks.

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA coaching openings North Yarmouth Academy has several coaching vacancies for the upcoming school year. At the Upper School, there is an opening for junior varsity boys' prep hockey. The Middle School is seeking grades 6/7/8 boys' soccer and basketball/volleyball coaches. FMI, 847-5456...

  • SP field hockey earns first win with 2-0 upset at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—Despite an 0-4 start, the South Portland field hockey team felt it was still formidable and was about to turn the corner. Saturday morning, the Red Riots made the turn. Visiting an undefeated Cheverus squad which was coming off an inspirational victory, South Portland...

  • Shardlow steps down as Falmouth coach

    FALMOUTH—After one year and four games, Jon Shardlow is no longer the coach of the Falmouth girls' soccer team. Falmouth High athletic director Todd Livingston confirmed Thursday that Shardlow stepped down. "Ultimately, because of philosophical differences, (Jon) thought is wa... 1

  • Excitement continues for Mid-Coast fall sports teams

    The fall sports season is fully underway for everyone and Mid-Coast squads are in the thick of things. Here's a glimpse:

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC players honored South Portland's Adam Burpee, a men's soccer player at Southern Maine Community College, was named the Yankee Small College Conference Player of the Week.  Burpee, a freshman midfielder, scored three goals and added two assists on the week against...

  • Rogers makes MLB debut

    Former Mt. Ararat High standout Mark Rogers, of Orrs Island, made his long awaited Major League Baseball debut for the Milwaukee Brewers (who drafted him in the first round of the 2004 draft) last Friday, throwing a perfect inning against the Chicago Cubs. Rogers' path to the majors was delayed b...

  • Early triumphs keep on coming for southern edition squads

    Every local varsity team is now underway and the fall sports season has produced plenty of excitement in the early going. Here's a glimpse. Football While the defending Western B champion Cape Elizabeth football team stayed perfect and unscored upon last weekend (pl...

  • Statement win for Scarborough; Red Storm blank Sanford, 14-0

    SCARBOROUGH—Zach Bean set the tone on his first touch and by the time the night was through, there was no doubt that the Red Storm can play some power football. The Scarborough senior running back took the game’s opening handoff for 38 yards, and that was just the beginning. He...

  • Bonny Eagle rains on Deering's parade; Scots pull away for 34-12 victory

    PORTLAND—The Deering football team couldn't have asked for a better start to its home opener. On the first play from scrimmage, senior quarterback Jamie Ross found classmate John Hardy for a 48-yard pass play and two plays later, Ross and junior Renaldo Lowry hooked up for an 11-yard...