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  • Yarmouth girls end season on high note by edging Falmouth

    YARMOUTH—On Yarmouth's Senior Night, it was a dynamic freshman who stole the show. Monday evening, in a battle of two of the best girls' soccer teams around, the surging Clippers hosted longtime rival Falmouth in a final playoff tuneup. For much of the night, Yarmouth returned...

  • Waynflete closes with win over Freeport, ready for three-peat run

    PORTLAND—If ever there was a team that was fit for anything but a tie, it was the Waynflete Flyers. Waynflete, the two-time defending Class C girls' soccer champion, had settled for draws in five of its first 13 contests, including its past two, and Monday afternoon at Fore River Fie...

  • Cape Elizabeth rallies past Falmouth, 24-21

    CAPE ELIZABETH—While the Cape Elizabeth football team might lack the explosive playmakers of a year ago, the Capers still feature a championship heart. Any doubt about that was erased once and for all Friday night at Hannaford Field when Cape Elizabeth, the defending Western Class B ...

  • Fast start leads to Deering to 21-7 win over Windham, 3-1 mark

    PORTLAND — The Deering Rams were seeking vengeance when the defending Class A state champion Windham football team rolled into town Friday night. Almost exactly a year ago, Deering and Windham, both 2-1, met on the Eagles’ home field, with the Rams surging to an early 13-point ...

  • Lights go out in Cape; Capers, Clippers boys' soccer teams settle for 1-1 draw

    CAPE ELIZABETH—When the Yarmouth and Cape Elizabeth boys’ soccer teams clash again in early October, there will be a bit of unfinished business to tend to after Thursday night’s 1-1 tie ended before the teams could play overtime, or even complete 80 minutes of regulation.

  • Another exciting week in the books for southern edition teams as fall officially arrives

    (Ed. Note: For the South Portland-Cheverus field hockey game story, please visit theforecaster.net) Leaves are beginning to change and there is definitely a chill in the air as the calendar confirms that autumn is here. What that means for local athletes and teams is that ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth youth hoops registration upcoming Falmouth Youth Basketball Association will open registration for coaches and players for the 2010-11 season Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Falmouth High School library. You don't have to be present to register, but registra...

  • Scarborough girls pass another road test, 2-0 at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—The Scarborough girls' soccer team has faced three stern road tests this fall and has passed them all with flying colors. The third came Thursday afternoon at Boulos Stadium, where the Red Storm scored twice in the first half, then rode a stellar defensive effort to a 2-0 vi...

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland coaching vacancies South Portland High School is seeking a first team girls' basketball coach and a varsity baseball coach. Memorial Middle School has an opening for a 7th grade boys' basketball coach. Mahoney Middle School is seeking a 7th grade girls...

  • Midway point arrives for fall sports in the Mid-Coast

    Leaves are beginning to change and there is definitely a chill in the air as the calendar confirms that autumn is here. What that means for athletes and teams from the Mid-Coast is that it's time to get serious about a season that is roughly halfway over. Here's a look at where things st...