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  • Brunswick punches state game ticket

    BRUNSWICK — Bessey. Bandouveres. Brunswick. Beast of B-East. If that all has a nice ring to it, five touchdowns in their first five possessions of the Pine Tree Conference football championship last Friday night sounded even better to the Dragons.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick Parks and Rec offering hoops leagues Brunswick Parks and Recreation is offering two adult basketball leagues this winter. One is open to teams consisting of players 18 and older and the other is an over-35 league. Teams will be accept into the leagues until Nov. 25. FMI, 725-66...

  • Yarmouth finishes unbeaten; Clippers blank Greely in finale, 3-0

    YARMOUTH—Two very different stories played out Monday evening at Yarmouth High School. The host Clippers boys' soccer team completed its second consecutive undefeated regular season and confirmed its status as the team to beat in Class B, while rival Greely, for the first time this c...

  • Shorthanded Bulldogs fall at home; Playoff hopes on life support after 20-14 loss to Windham

    PORTLAND—On the eve of the most important football game for Portland High in Mike Bailey's 25th season, four players were suspended by the school for student-athlete code violations and would not play in the do-or-die showdown against the defending Class A state champion Windham Eagles with...

  • Falmouth no match for Mountain Valley, 38-0

    FALMOUTH—Neither rain, nor wind, nor cold, nor Yachtsmen could keep the Mountain Valley football team from rolling to another victory. On a Friday night when numerous games were postponed across the state due to weather, the show went on as scheduled on Falmouth’s turf field, t...

  • Special teams give Stags a special win; Cheverus edges Bonny Eagle, 23-20

    PORTLAND—Championship teams make the key plays, be it on offense, defense or special teams. Saturday afternoon, the Cheverus Stags received their share of huge plays from all three units, most notably the special teams, in their biggest regular season victory in years. In a hi...

  • Greely shocks Cape in double OT, 21-14

    CUMBERLAND—Entering the 2010 football season, nowhere outside of a certain locker room in Cumberland did anyone predict big things for the Greely Rangers. Now, it's starting to look like the Rangers won't only crash the playoff party next month, but they might just be in the thick of...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Frozen Ropes tryouts upcoming The Frozen Ropes Training Center will conduct tryouts Oct. 23 at the Portland Sports Center on Warren Avenue, beginning at 12 p.m. for their U-13 and U-14 travel baseball teams. FMI, 878-2600 or

  • Field hockey teams thinking championship

    For the first time since 2006, all three local field hockey teams will take part in the postseason. The Scarborough Red Storm, 2009 Class A state champions, are once again the team to beat despite losing an abundance of talent to graduation. The Red Storm simply reloaded i...

  • Southern edition teams look to finish strong

    With one sport, golf, already bestowing state championships and another, field hockey, set to begin its postseason (please see story), the rest of the fall slate is also rapidly nearing an end. Here's a look at how locals are faring: Football While Cape Elizabeth'...