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  • Almost time for fall sports

    Yarmouth's field hockey team and many others in all sports began the fall preseason Monday and the real thing isn't far off. The Forecaster's 14th annual Fall Sports Preview, covering every varsity sport at each school in our coverage area, will appear in two weeks.

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA coaching openings North Yarmouth Academy has several coaching vacancies for the upcoming school year. At the Upper School, there is an opening for junior varsity boys' prep hockey. The Middle School is seeking grades 6/7/8 boys' soccer and basketball/volleyball coaches. FMI, 847-5456...

  • Spring all-star teams full of northern edition standouts

    The 2010 spring sports season produced many thrills for athletes from Forecaster Country. In that light, it's no surprise that postseason all-star lists featured many familiar names. Baseball In the Western Maine Conference, the Class B baseball first team included...

  • Familiar faces dominate LL Bean 10K

    Yarmouth's Patrick Tarpy (in the lead, right) leads the pack down Freeport's Bow Street during Sunday's L.L. Bean 10K. Tarpy set a new record with a time of 30 minutes, 51 seconds, shattering Michael Payson's old mark by over a minute. Freeport's Josh Zolla was runner-up (33:05).

  • Spring sports season was special

    The weather more or less cooperated and the action was memorable. That sums up the 2010 spring sports season in the Mid-Coast. The Brunswick boys' track team, led by the indomitable Will Geoghegan, won the Class A championship.Mt. Ararat's girls' lacrosse team reach...

  • Southern athletes enjoy special spring

    The weather more or less cooperated and the action was memorable and championship-caliber. That sums up the 2010 spring sports season in Forecaster Country. Two softball powerhouses reached the regional final and one went on to a long-desired first championship.All ...

  • Northeast Turf wins SP American LL title

    Northeast Turf captured the South Portland American Little League title for the second year in a row and fifth time in eight seasons with a 3-2 victory over Willows in the final. Northeast Turf also won the regular season title with a 13-4 record.Front row (left to right): Brad Mileson, J...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Box lacrosse tournament coming to Portland Portland's Fitzpatrick Stadium will host the Rock The Box, 5-on-5 National Box Lacrosse tournament Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. Box lacrosse is played with four field players and one goalie and has the same ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Box lacrosse tournament coming to Portland Portland's Fitzpatrick Stadium will host the Rock The Box, 5-on-5 National Box Lacrosse tournament Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. Box lacrosse is played with four field players and one goalie and has the same ...

  • Local softball players runner-up at state tourney

    The U-16 Maine Pride ASA softball team came in second at the state tournament last weekend in Waterville, falling, 2-1, to MAYSA (Messalonskee) in the final game.Front row (left to right): Sarah Collmus, Michaela Franco, Kelsey Freedman, Jessie L’Heureux, Katie Carew, Maddie Inlow.