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  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K Sunday The 12th annual Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K and 2K family walk will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. in Topsham's Lower Village and Brunswick's Downtown. Early registration fees are $20 for adults and $15 for 14 years old and under. After April 10, registratio...

  • Falmouth girls stun defending champion Yarmouth in opener

    YARMOUTH—Throughout the preseason, there were rumblings that the Falmouth girls' lacrosse team was primed to make the jump and become a top contender this spring. Thursday evening, in the season opener at defending Class B champion Yarmouth, the Yachtsmen lived up to the hype.

  • Scarborough student-athletes given citizenship award

    Scarborough's Tori Armishaw and Joe Viola were honored as outstanding citizens at the recent first annual Southern Maine Activities Association Citizenship Banquet. Armishaw is a four-year soccer player who led the Red Storm to their first Class A title back in November. She is the president of t...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Women on the Move 5K upcoming Women's Fitness Studio and Spa will host the 13th running of the Women on the Move 5K Run/Walk/Crawl Sunday, June 12 at 9 a.m. This year's event benefits the Studio and Spa scholarship fund. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to area female students...

  • Spring season hits midway pole

    While we're still awaiting warmer weather, one sure sign that summer is close is that the spring high school sports regular season is halfway done. Many local teams are excelling on the diamond, field, track and courts, and here's a glimpse of where they stand: Baseball

  • Cape baseball erupts to end Yarmouth's unbeaten run

    CAPE ELIZABETH—For two innings Wednesday afternoon, the host Cape Elizabeth baseball team, the defending Western Class B champion, could do nothing with Yarmouth pitcher Andrew Turcotte, who was promoted from the junior varsity team to make a spot start. The Capers' bats can only be ...

  • Falmouth girls rally past Cape Elizabeth again

    FALMOUTH—On two occasions last spring, the Cape Elizabeth girls' lacrosse team enjoyed a second half lead at Falmouth only to see the Yachtsmen rally and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Wednesday evening, history repeated. Falmouth twice trailed by as many as three in ...

  • Volleyball team plays for title

    The Maine Juniors U-18 silver team recently advanced to the championship match at the NERVA Club A tournament at St. Joseph's College, dropping a close decision to a club from New Hampshire. Front row (left to right): Nicole Rogers (Falmouth), Emily Clark (Yarmouth), Taylor Hansen (Gorham...

  • Outdoor track action heats up

    The very quick outdoor track season is moving right along. With the Western Maine Conference championship meet scheduled for May 28, a little more than two weeks away, and the state meets slated for June 4, local runners, jumpers, throwers and their teams are looking to ...

  • Yarmouth karate students compete in tournament

    Tracy's Karate-Ju-Jitsu students from the Yarmouth dojo recently participated in the 90th annual Karate Tournament in the Trenton where approximately 150 competitors from Maine and Canada vied for trophies. Front row (left to right): Rylan Haight, Owen Stewart, Julia Tracy. Middle...