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  • 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.

  • Sterling returns to NYA field hockey

    Julia Sterling, who led North Yarmouth Academy's field hockey program to a pair of state titles in an eight-year tenure between 2003-10, is returning to the program to replace Tracy Quimby, who recently stepped down after four seasons. The Panthers reached the Western C semifinals in 2014.

  • Greely downs Yarmouth to win Western B baseball title

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth-Greely, Yarmouth-Lincoln Academy and Yarmouth-Greely game stories, visit theforecaster.net) The Greely and Yarmouth baseball teams had plenty at stake when they squared off Tuesday afternoon. Not only had the tea...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP standout wins Gatorade award South Portland senior softball pitcher Alexis Bogdanovich was recently named the Gatorade Maine Player of the Year. Bogdanovich, also selected as the Southern Maine Activities Association Player of the Year, was honored for her performance on t...

  • Yarmouth finally vanquishes NYA in regional final

    YARMOUTH—As surely as the month of June brings us Father's Day and the Summer Solstice, it also year after year after year treats girls' lacrosse fans in the state of Maine to a regional final showdown between the two talented rivals that inhabit the town of Yarmouth. Wednesday after...

  • Scarborough tennis teams fall at states

    The inspired run of the Scarborough tennis teams finally came to an end Saturday at Colby College in Waterville. In the Class A state final, both Red Storm squads met their match at the hands of perennial champion Lewiston. The boys' team, coming off the first regional crown in prog...

  • Baseball teams ousted

    The end of the 2011 baseball season came sooner than hoped for Forecaster Country teams. South Portland made it the farthest. The fifth-seeded Red Riots upset No. 4 Scarborough, 2-1, in eight innings, in their Western Class A quarterfinal round game, then fell to top-ranked Cheverus, 8-2, ...

  • Falmouth king and queen of Class B tennis world

    The Falmouth boys' and girls' tennis teams once again have no peer in Class B. Saturday afternoon at Colby College in Waterville, both Yachtsmen teams blanked the opposition to win the championship. The girls made it four championships in succession and six in seven years by virtue ...

  • Four lax teams one win from states

    Heading into Wednesday's regional final round, two boys' and two girls' lacrosse teams from Forecaster Country still entertained championship dreams. The Falmouth boys, arguably the top team in the state in the regular season, and the top seed in Western B, hosted nemesis Cape Elizabeth, t...

  • Softball season comes to an end

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Greely game story, visit theforecaster.net) The 2011 softball season came to a end for Forecaster Country teams last week. Last Tuesday, in a preliminary round showdown, No. 9 Greely held off No. 8 Falmouth, 2-1, to advance. The R...