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  • Super spring sports season won't soon be forgotten

    It began with snowbanks as a backdrop, but the spring sports season, like the weather, quickly ramped up into something quite enjoyable. A compelling baseball season saw Falmouth, Freeport and Yarmouth all reach the playoffs before being ousted, leaving only perennial powerhouse Greely, wh...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth coaching openings Falmouth High School has several coaching openings for the 2015-16 school year. Openings include varsity girls' tennis, football cheerleading/spirit club advisor/coach, volleyball assistant, football assistant and cross country assistant. FMI, 781-7429, ex...

  • Playoff push begins for Cape, Scarborough, SP

    The spring sports season is rapidly winding down and even with Mother Nature taking center stage and causing some disruptions this week, there will be plenty of pivotal action in the days to come. The week that just passed was highlighted by dramatic action in baseball, softball, lacro...

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland coaching vacancy South Portland High School is seeking a varsity winter cheering coach. The application deadline is May 27. FMI, 767-7705. SMCC baseball ousted from national tournament The Southern Maine Community College baseball team was eliminated from t...

  • Tennis singles tourney underway; Local teams continue to excel

    The Maine Principals' Association Region 1 tennis singles tournament has begun. Saturday at Deering High School, Scarborough's Jenna Posey and South Portland's Amanda Junkins qualified for the state championships, which will be held May 27, 28 and 30 in Lewiston. No. 13 ...

  • Playoff push begins in the Mid-Coast

    The spring sports season is rapidly winding down and even with Mother Nature taking center stage and causing some disruptions this week, there will be plenty of pivotal action in the days to come. The past week was highlighted by dramatic action in baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Women on the Move 5K upcoming Women's Fitness Studio and Spa will host the 13th running of the Women on the Move 5K Run/Walk/Crawl Sunday, June 12 at 9 a.m. This year's event benefits the Studio and Spa scholarship fund. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to area ...

  • Cape beats Falmouth in OT thriller

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Wednesday evening's boys' lacrosse showdown between the host Capers of Cape Elizabeth and high-powered Yachtsmen of Falmouth had a distinct postseason feel. While hopefully it will be much warmer and drier four weeks from today when the rivals will likely meet again, w...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Portland rugby team ties for third in championships The Portland "Power Pigs" boys' rugby team tied for third at the recent New Hampshire/Maine championships, held Saturday in New London, N.H. In the first match, third-ranked Portland lost to eventual champion Seacoast, 22-10. Flanker...

  • Tennis singles tourney underway; Local teams continue to excel

    The Maine Principals' Association Region 1 tennis singles tournament has begun. Saturday at Deering High School five local girls, three from Falmouth and two from North Yarmouth Academy, qualified for the singles championships, to be held later this month in Lewiston. Falmouth's An...