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  • Gridiron wins for Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth

    Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth's football teams are all 3-1 at the midway point of the regular season and all have legitimate playoff aspirations. Freeport is 1-3, but is still hopeful. Falmouth bounced back from its lone loss with a 42-12 home win over Oceanside Friday night. After Oceansi...

  • Greely outlasts Scarborough in five-setter to stay unbeaten

    SCARBOROUGH—The Greely Rangers just don't panic. The state's premier volleyball program has an inherent understanding of the moment and as a result, is very tough to beat. Make that impossible to beat. At least so far this season. Monday evening, in a showdown be...

  • Big road wn for Yarmouth football; Clippers hold off Oak Hill, 20-15

    WALES—A year ago in Week 2, the Yarmouth football team suffered its most painful loss to date, letting an early lead slip away en route to a 26-23 home loss to Oak Hill. The Clippers wouldn't lose again and went all the way to the regional final, but the sting of that setback last September...

  • Magical night for Yarmouth soccer; Both Clippers teams down Falmouth in notable fashion

    YARMOUTH—The Yarmouth High soccer program has enjoyed plenty of glory over the years, but it's safe to say that Saturday night was one for the ages. Hosting longtime rival/nemesis Falmouth on a evening with a hint of fall in the air and an enormous crowd on hand, both Clippers teams ...

  • Portland football takes it on the chin; Bulldogs fall, 55-20, at Bonny Eagle

    STANDISH—The Portland High football team entered the 2010 season considered by many to be a legitimate contender in Western Maine Class A, but after Friday night's visit to Bonny Eagle's Stadium Field, it's clear the Bulldogs still have a lot of work to do. Before the game was eight ...

  • Cheverus rolls to 2-0 start; Stags blank defending champ Windham, 28-0

    WINDHAM—The Cheverus football team insists that it is living in the present and has left its close call of a year ago behind. That was quite evident Friday evening when the Stags demonstrated once again why 2010 might just be their year. Returning to the scene of last year's a...

  • Plethora of highlights in early fall action for southern teams

    It didn't take long for local fall athletes to make a mark. With the season less than a week old, it appears that Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland will make noise across the board. Here's a glimpse. Football While South Portland's football team opened ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC 2010 Hall of Fame class named Southern Maine Community College will induct two new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 10. Patrick Shaw, men's soccer, Class of 2005, and the 1972 men's basketball team will be inducted. Shaw scored 57 goals and added 29 a...

  • Scarborough softball team wins tournament in Biddeford

    Market Fresh of Scarborough men's softball league won a recent fundraising tournament in Biddeford. Market Fresh played seven games in defeating "Playas" of the Waterboro league in the two final games to win the tourney.Front (left to right): Chris Herrick, Scott Nevers.Back: Scott...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    RipTide tryouts upcoming U-14, U-16 and U-18 tryouts for the 2011 RipTide ASA softball season will be held Saturday, Sept. 11 and Sunday, Sept. 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Greely Road Field in Cumberland. Registration fee is $300 for the five-tournament ...