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  • Super spring sports season won't soon be forgotten

    It began with snowbanks as a backdrop, but the spring sports season, like the weather, quickly ramped up into something quite enjoyable. A compelling baseball season saw Falmouth, Freeport and Yarmouth all reach the playoffs before being ousted, leaving only perennial powerhouse Greely, wh...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth coaching openings Falmouth High School has several coaching openings for the 2015-16 school year. Openings include varsity girls' tennis, football cheerleading/spirit club advisor/coach, volleyball assistant, football assistant and cross country assistant. FMI, 781-7429, ex...

  • A Sterling career ends; Longtime Yarmouth, NYA coach retires

    Julia Littlefield Sterling, a woman synonymous with athletic success, who inspired her players to enjoy the moment with endless positive reinforcement, has decided to end her long coaching career. Sterling, who started the Yarmouth girls' lacrosse program and later took over the Clippers' ...

  • Red Sox, Yankees in familiar spots at midway point

    (Ed. Note: Bryan O'Connor is a longtime baseball aficionado and former softball rec league slugging sensation. He lives in South Portland with his wife, Jill, and their two young children, and will be providing his take on Major League Baseball for The Forecaster this summer) If y...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Casco Bay Sports July sports leagues Casco Bay Sports is offering Tuesday Summer Co-Ed Dodgeball, Wednesday Twilight Co-Ed Flag Football, Wednesday 6-vs-6 Co-Ed Soccer and Thursday 11-vs-11 Co-Ed Soccer. FMI, info@cascobaysports....

  • Cheverus runner wins Gatorade Award

    Recently graduated Cheverus High cross country and track standout Jack Terwilliger was named Maine's Gatorade boys' track and field Athlete of the Year. Terwilliger won three individual titles this spring alone, in the 800, mile and two-mile. Terwilliger, a Cape Elizabeth resident, will attend Da...

  • Deering standout earns Winkin Award

    Recently graduated Deering baseball standout Sam Balzano was given the annual Dr. John W. Winkin Award, symbolic of the state’s Mr. Baseball. Balzano hit .531 this season and scored 23 runs. He was also 5-0 on the mound in the regular season. Balzano, who will play at the University of Main...

  • Locals dominate lax All-American teams

    If there was any doubt that Cumberland County was the center of the Maine boys' lacrosse world, a glimpse at the 2011 state All-American teams confirms it. Six of the nine boys' and four of six girls' All-Americans hail from Forecaster Country. The boys' list featured Cape Elizabeth... 1

  • Beloved athletic trainer bids PHS farewell

    Perhaps the most recognizable person in the Portland High School athletic community over the past 15 years is moving on. Audrey McKenzie, the school's athletic trainer, but just as importantly, a cheerleader and counselor, is leaving to take a full-time position with Orthopedic Associates ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    RSU5 coaching openings Freeport High School has openings for coaches in boys' first team soccer, girls' JV soccer, girls' first team soccer, assistant varsity football and boys' first team basketball. Durham Middle School is seeking coaches for boys' soccer, boys' "A" and "B" baske...