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  • Deering ties Gorham in knots, rolls to win on big stage

    PORTLAND—Deering's boys' basketball team doesn't have a lot of size and doesn't knock down a lot of outside shots, but the Rams can make life miserable for the opposition nonetheless. That's because nobody forces turnovers, gets out and runs and finishes like this budding contender a...

  • South Portland's size, depth too much for Scarborough

    SOUTH PORTLAND—South Portland's boys' basketball team boasts the kind of size that Scarborough can only dream of and that disparity went a long way toward deciding the teams' showdown Saturday afternoon at Beal Gymnasium. Early on, Red Riots junior Jack Fiorini, who stands 6-foot-5, ...

  • Fall sports season was simply awesome for southern teams

    The fall 2010 sports season was so good, we didn't want it to end. For the most part, the weather was kind and the action on the field, pitch, tr...

  • North Sports Roundup

    McAuley hosting Thanksgiving basketball tournament McAuley is hosting a Thanksgiving girls' basketball tournament Friday and Saturday. The Friday schedule is as follows: Greely vs. Mt. Ararat at 8:30 a.m., Portland-Bishop G...

  • Portland youth football team wins title

    The Portland youth football Raiders won the Southern Division Maine Youth Football League varsity title. The kids on the team are Jahtaiden Ingram, Raffaele Salamone, Orey Dutton, Dylan Bolduc, Tirese Collins, Yai Deng, Brent Rickett, Dante Hamilton, Sam Broome, Devon Collins, Blaize Vail, Zackar...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Deering/Portland Turkey Day food drive The Deering/Portland athletic offices will be helping the Salvation Army with the Food for the Holidays Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the gates at Fitzpatrick Stadium at Thursday's annual Deering-Portland Thank...

  • Yarmouth is titletown wthout peer; Clippers win first football title, 34-6

    PORTLAND—The fairy tale has come true. The Yarmouth football program punctuated its dizzying rise from upstart to contender to champion Saturday night with a no-doubt-about-it 34-6 victory over Stearns in the Class C state final at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland. The Clippers...

  • Forecaster Country's fall sports season was simply awesome

    The fall 2010 sports season didn't come to a close until Saturday, but let's face it, we didn't want it to end. For the most part, the weather was good and the action on the field, pitch, trails...

  • Freeport AD earns national citation

    Longtime Freeport athletic director Craig Sickels will earn national honors next month.

  • City's fall sports season was simply awesome

    The fall 2010 sports season didn't come to a close until Saturday, but let's face it, we didn't want it to end. For the most part, the weather was good and the action on the field, pitch, trails and courses was nothing short of superlative.