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  • Local gymnast qualifies for Easterns

    Harpswell's Emma Vennard, who represents the American Flyers gymnastics team out of the Maine Academy of Gymnastics in Westbrook, recently qualified for the USAG Level 9 Eastern Championships, which will be held in Kissimmee, Florida. Vennard placed second all-around at the recent regional champi...

  • Falmouth's Freedman caps stellar college career

    Kelsey Freedman, Falmouth High Class of 2011 and Falmouth Spring Female Athlete of the Year in 2011, recently wrapped up her college career playing softball at Bates College. Freedman, a pitcher/second baseman, was named the NESCAC Player of the Week as her final act. Freedman finished with a car...

  • Scarborough primes for SP showdown with 7-1 win over McAuley

    SCARBOROUGH—The Scarborough softball team has eagerly awaited its shot at defending Class A champion South Portland, the team which ended the Red Storm's championship reign a year ago. While Scarborough will finally get its crack at the Red Riots Tuesday afternoon (weather permitting...

  • Deering stymied by Westbrook in baseball showdown

    PORTLAND—The Deering baseball team entered Saturday afternoon's showdown with preseason favorite Westbrook looking to show the Blue Blazes and the rest of the league that the road to the championship will once again go through the purple and white. Instead, the Rams learned they have...

  • Deering dazzles, dominates Portland, 8-4

    PORTLAND—You can argue that it was the greatest regular season victory in the history of the Deering boys' lacrosse program. Friday evening, in front of a large and raucous crowd, amid a postseason environment at Memorial Field, the host Rams welcomed fierce rival Portland, a team wh...

  • McAuley softball suffers first loss

    PORTLAND—After skillfully navigating a high-wire act for weeks, winning games in increasingly dramatic fashion, the McAuley softball team finally fell short Friday afternoon in the fog and drizzle. The Lions proved they can play with one of Western Class A's top contenders, Thornton ...

  • Playoff push begins in Forecaster Country

    The spring sports season is rapidly winding down and even with Mother Nature taking center stage and causing some disruptions this week, there will be plenty of pivotal action in the days to come. The week just past was highlighted by dramatic action in baseball, softball, lacrosse and t...

  • Yarmouth's late surge beats NYA again, 8-5

    YARMOUTH—While it might have been a dress rehearsal for a much bigger showdown that figures to follow in 27 days, Thursday evening's girls' lacrosse showdown between the defending Class B state champion North Yarmouth Academy Panthers and the host Yarmouth Clippers, the team which hopes to ...

  • Playoff push begins for Cape, Scarborough, SP

    The spring sports season is rapidly winding down and even with Mother Nature taking center stage and causing some disruptions this week, there will be plenty of pivotal action in the days to come. The week that just passed was highlighted by dramatic action in baseball, softball, lacro...

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland coaching vacancy South Portland High School is seeking a varsity winter cheering coach. The application deadline is May 27. FMI, 767-7705. SMCC baseball ousted from national tournament The Southern Maine Community College baseball team was eliminated from t...