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  • Yarmouth girls end season on high note by edging Falmouth

    YARMOUTH—On Yarmouth's Senior Night, it was a dynamic freshman who stole the show. Monday evening, in a battle of two of the best girls' soccer teams around, the surging Clippers hosted longtime rival Falmouth in a final playoff tuneup. For much of the night, Yarmouth returned...

  • Waynflete closes with win over Freeport, ready for three-peat run

    PORTLAND—If ever there was a team that was fit for anything but a tie, it was the Waynflete Flyers. Waynflete, the two-time defending Class C girls' soccer champion, had settled for draws in five of its first 13 contests, including its past two, and Monday afternoon at Fore River Fie...

  • This one was memorable, even if you weren't there

    Ten miles away, at Yarmouth High School, site of the Western C Final, the updates came fast and furious. Deering 6 Cheverus 0. Seemingly seconds later: Cheverus 7 Deering 6. Cheverus 14 Deering 6. Cheverus 20 Deering 6, make that, 22-6. Cheverus 29 Deering 6.

  • Yarmouth rallies, earns first state final berth

    YARMOUTH—Fittingly, a program that is still in its relative infancy turned to one of its youngest members to make the difference Saturday afternoon. With time growing thin, facing a five-point deficit to talented and gritty Lisbon, the Yarmouth Clippers saved their best for last, cap...

  • Cheverus edges Deering in epic regional final

    PORTLAND—This one will be talked about for a while. Cheverus, after squandering a 23-point first-half lead, scored the go-ahead touchdown with 30 seconds left and captured its first Western Maine football championship in 25 years Saturday with a 35-34 win over Deering, as the Rams&rs... 2

  • End of the line for Brunswick teams

    Brunswick's Jordan Rysdham looks to pick up some yardage during Saturday's semifinal round playoff loss at Lewiston.

  • South Sports Roundup

    Cape Elizabeth resident added to USA handball pool Former Catherine McAuley High School athlete Morghan McAleney, a senior at West Point and a Cape Elizabeth native, recently became the newest addition to the USA women's team handball pool. McAleney played field hockey ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings Freeport High School is seeking varsity Nordic and assistant varsity Nordic ski coaches for the winter season. Durham Middle School has an opening for a spring track and field coach and Freeport Middle School is seeking eighth grad...

  • Banner weekend at Bowdoin

    The Bowdoin defense swarms the Bates quarterback during last weekend's 21-20 home victory which improved the Polar Bears to 2-5 on the season. Saturday, Bowdoin visits Colby with the CBB championship on the line.

  • Falmouth youth football team wins title

    The Falmouth fourth and fifth grade JV football team defeated the Brunswick Packers on October 31st at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland to win the Maine Youth Football League's state championship. Front row (Left to Right): Rocco Ciraulo, Nate Nagem, Gibson Scott, Gabriel Smestad, Alex Ma...