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  • Another title for Falmouth 6th grade girls

    Falmouth's 6th grade girls' basketball team recently won the Cape Elizabeth Travel League championship's 'A' Division, beating South Portland, 39-24, in the title game.

  • Falmouth's 7th grade boys win 8th grade tourney

    Falmouth's 7th grade boys' basketball team recently won the 8th grade boys' club championship. Falmouth compiled a 35-3 record playing mostly 8th grade teams, won the Scarborough tournament and went undefeated in the middle school season. Back row (from left): Ike Kiely, Emmett Hamilton, ...

  • Falmouth hockey blanked by Biddeford in semis

    LEWISTON—You can’t win without scoring.Although its defense played top-notch, Falmouth’s offense couldn’t find the back of the net, falling, 3-0, to No. 1 seeded Biddeford in the Western Class A semifinals Saturday at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee.The loss ends No. 4 Falmo...

  • Cape Elizabeth hockey ousted in semis

    PORTLAND—They were done in by their nemesis. Cape Elizabeth lost to York, 5-1, Saturday in the Western Class B semifinals at Portland Ice Arena. It was the third-seeded Capers' third loss to the second-ranked Wildcats this season. This one was season ending. Two ...

  • Locals fare well at track, swim, ski states

    The indoor track, swimming and skiing postseasons came to an end last week and local athletes and teams made their presence felt. Here's a glimpse: Track The Scarborough track dynasty continued last Monday at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham.

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP hockey player a Travis Roy semifinalist South Portland senior defenseman Tommy Ellis is a semifinalist for the Travis Roy Award, given to the top senior in Class A. Ellis is a three-year captain, a member of National Honor Society and plans to study geology in college, ...

  • Postseason ends for high school teams

    The 2010-11 winter sports season is over for local high school teams. After last week's swimming state meet, the lone remaining team was Brunswick boys' hockey, which was eliminated Tuesday night. Here's a look at the final results: Swimming The Morse ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Soccer tryouts upcomingThe Clippers soccer club is holding spring tryouts for its U-11 travel team, March 24 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Bath Recreation Center. Players should bring a ball, shin guards, a water bottle and indoor sneakers. FMI, 798-2885 or 841-2222.

  • Bowdoin women's hockey earns playoff win

    Bowdoin junior Shelagh Merrill pokes the puck away from Connecticut College forward Jillian Doliff during the teams' NESCAC quarterfinal last weekend.

  • Scarborough hockey one-and-done after 6-0 loss at TA

    BIDDEFORD—The Scarborough boys' hockey team had no answers, losing to No. 2 Thornton Academy, 6-0, Tuesday in the Western Class A quarterfinals at Biddeford Ice Arena. “My bag of tricks, I only have so much,” Scarborough coach Norm Gagne said. “I kept trying.”...