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  • Yarmouth surges into playoffs after shutout of Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—Yarmouth's boys' soccer team saved its best for last this regular season and as a result, the Clippers enter the postseason as the team to beat in Class B. Tuesday evening, four days after a pivotal one-goal victory at defending state champion Greely, Yarmouth made another s...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Basketball shooting clinic upcoming There will be a shooting clinic for girls' basketball players in grades 3-9 Sunday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Joseph's College in Standish. The clinic will be headed by St. Joe's coach Mike McDevitt and his staff and players. The fee is $35 i...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bath YMCA holding boxing classes The Bath YMCA is holding boxing classes every Saturday at 8:30 p.m., beginning Oct. 30. FMI, 443-4112. LaxPros recruiting presentation Sunday LaxPros will host a free recruiting presentation Sunday at 3:30 ...

  • Yarmouth boys hold off Falmouth again, 2-1

    FALMOUTH—For the first time this century, the Yarmouth boys' soccer team has swept rival Falmouth in the regular season. Tuesday night, a month and a day after finally beating the Yachtsmen in Yarmouth, the Clippers repeated the feat, getting a goal in each half before fending off a ...

  • Falmouth wins Class B golf title, Yarmouth third; NYA ninth in Class C

    A deep and talented field and difficult conditions were no match for the Falmouth golf team Saturday. The Yachtsmen (8-1 in the regular season with a makeup match versus Yarmouth still pending) produced a sensational score (315) and rolled to the Class B team championship, their third (and...

  • Greely, NYA field hockey teams playoff-bound; Falmouth, Freeport cling to hope

    The field hockey playoffs are set to begin and two local teams, Greely and North Yarmouth Academy, are definitely in, with Falmouth and Freeport still clinging to hope at press time. Greely will be the lone Western B representative from Forecaster Country. A year after falling in the quart...

  • Forecaster Country teams look to finish strong

    With one sport, golf, already bestowing state championships, another, field hockey, set to begin its playoffs Saturday and a third, cross-country, already producing postseason-caliber excitement (please see stories), the rest of the fall slate is also rapidly nearing an end. Here's a look at how...

  • Good news all around at WMC cross-country meet

    There was plenty of firepower on hand last Thursday when Falmouth, Freeport, Greely, Merriconeag, NYA and Yarmouth joined the rest of the Western Maine Conference for the league's championship meet. Falmouth was the Division I champion (the meet was broken up between bigger and smaller sch...

  • Deering golf done in by tiebreaker; Rams finish third in Class A, Cheverus fourth

    The Deering golf team won a surprise Class A state championship in 2008 and hoped to get back to the pinnacle after a third-place showing a year ago, but despite tying for the best team score Saturday at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro, the Rams weren't able to bring home the title. In f...

  • Cheverus field hockey playoff-bound; Waynflete hoping to join party

    (Ed. Note: To read the full Cheverus-Scarborough game story, with additional photos, please visit theforecaster.net) The field hockey regular season has come to an end and the Cheverus Stags are once again in the hunt for a championship as the only city Class A team to advance.