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  • South Sports Roundup

    Locals to cap high school career in benefit soccer game Several local soccer standouts will put a bow on their high school careers when they part in the 25th annual SMAA-WMC all-star tournament to benefit Special Olympics Maine Tuesday at Westbrook High School. The women's game starts at...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf tournament upcoming The second annual Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf scramble will be held Monday, Aug. 10 at the Falmouth Country Club. Tee time is 8 a.m. The cost is $125 for an individual or $625 for a team. FMI, 504-6182.

  • Freeport awards top spring athletes

    Freeport High School and Middle School recently gave out awards to top spring athletes. At the high school, the baseball team gave its Heart of the Falcons award to Luke LaMagna. Jared Knighton took home the Falcon Pride award. Sawyer Williams won the Booster's Pride and Character award. J...

  • NYA gives out spring sports awards

    North Yarmouth Academy recently held its Spring Sports Award night and several athletes were honored. Baseball gave its Most Valuable Player award to Ryan Salerno. The Coaches' award went to Aaron Guiseley. Softball's MVP was Kylie Dalbec. Mallory Ianno won the Coaches' award.

  • Schadenfreude wins PYC Schooner Trophy

    Schadenfreude, the eventual winner in the Class Racing Division, heads out of Hussey Sound toward Pumpkin Nob during the recent Portland Yacht Club Schooner Trophy race, which covered 14 miles in Casco Bay. Village Bicycle was second and FotoFinish third in the division. In the Class Cruising Div...

  • Spring all-stars were plentiful

    Once again in 2011, local spring standouts produced all-star performances aplenty and were awarded for their play. Whether the sport was baseball, softball, lacrosse, track or tennis, the best athletes from the area made an indelible mark. Here's a glimpse at the spring all-star tea...

  • What's good (and not so good) about baseball's All-Star Game

    Like any all-star game, baseball’s midsummer classic has its features and its flaws, its friends and its foes. For decades, it set the standard for sports all-star games, an intense inter-league rivalry burning at the core of an annual showcase of great talent and larger-than-life personal...

  • Firecrackers sparkle at nationals

    Two Maine Firecrackers AAU girls' basketball teams traveled to Florida last week and stole the show. The eighth grade squad, featuring several players from Forecaster Country, made it all the way to the Division II championship game before falling just short. If that wasn't impressi...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Seacoast Field Hockey Club hosting camp The Seacoast Field Hockey Club is holding a camp July 18-21, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., at the Scarborough High School turf field. The camp is open to players in 9th through 12th grades. The cost is $50 per day or $175 for the week. FMI,

  • Portland girls help MBNation team reach finals at Nationals

    The MBNation 8th grade girls' basketball team, featuring two girls from the city of Portland, Elizabeth Donato and Laura Holman, made it to the finals of the Division III AAU National tournament in Orlando, Fla., last week. After finishing second at the state tournament to qualify for nationals, ...