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  • Local soccer players win title

    The FSC-Riptide U-17 boys' soccer team won the recent Soccer Maine title and will represent the state at the U.S. Youth Soccer regional tournament in West Virginia in June. Top row, left to right: Cam Tracy, Ray Cormier, Jamie Adelman, Nick Sanzari, Aaron Geller, Nigel Dunn, Austin Farwel...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse. These polls consider games played through Saturday, May 23, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from...

  • Greely baseball squeaks past Yarmouth, 5-4

    CUMBERLAND—When the Greely Rangers (who entered the game ranked third in the Western Class B Heal Points standings) and Yarmouth Clippers (No. 2) face each other in baseball, there is always an extra fire burning inside the players to elevate and come out victorious. The mist, light ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland rugby team ties for 3rd in championships The Portland "Power Pigs" boys' rugby team tied for third at the recent New Hampshire/Maine championships, held Saturday in New London, N.H. In the first match, third-ranked Portland lost to eventual champion Seacoast, 22-10. Flanker and ...

  • Good times continue for city ballclubs

    The last time all four city baseball teams qualified for the playoffs in the same year was 2006. There's a decent chance that it will happen again in 2011. In Western Class A, Cheverus and Deering are in solid position in the Heal Points standings, while Portland still has a plenty ...

  • Playoff push begins in Portland

    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 past week was highlighted by dramatic action in softball, lacrosse, track and tennis....

  • Vachon leaves McAuley for U. Maine

    PORTLAND—McAuley girls' basketball coach Amy Vachon, who led the Lions to the Class A state title in her lone season at the helm, is leaving the program to become an assistant coach at her alma mater, the University of Maine in Orono, under the Black Bears' new head man, Richard Barron....

  • Portland too much for Deering in city girls' lax battle, 16-9

    PORTLAND—With the regular season growing late and the playoffs very much hanging in the balance, the Portland girls' lacrosse team entered Monday night's home tilt against crosstown rival Deering knowing that a victory was paramount. Thanks in large part to the prolific scoring of so...

  • Scarborough pulls away in second half to win at NYA

    YARMOUTH—It might take the Scarborough boys' lacrosse team a little while to kick into gear, but when the Red Storm is clicking, you can see why it won the 2010 Class A championship and is considered the favorite to do it again this spring. Saturday afternoon, in a crossover game at ...

  • Yarmouth returns to home winning ways versus Cheverus

    YARMOUTH—There's little doubt that the end of a record, mindboggling win streak brought disappointment to the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse program Friday night. But the best thing that could have happened to the Clippers occurred Saturday evening when they got to return to their turf fiel...