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  • Former Cape AD inducted into MPA Hall of Excellence

    Longtime Cape Elizabeth teacher, coach and athletic director Keith Weatherbie (surrounded by former colleagues) was one of 10 men and women inducted into the Maine Principals' Association's Hall of Excellence on May 21. Weatherbie has also been inducted in the USM Husky Hall of Fame and the Maine...

  • Falmouth continues road brilliance, hands Kennebunk first loss

    KENNEBUNK—The two best girls' lacrosse teams in the state squared off Tuesday evening at Kennebunk High School and by evening's end, the role of championship favorite had fallen to the Falmouth Yachtsmen. If winning at defending Class B champion Yarmouth and perennial powerhouse Wayn...

  • North Yarmouth Academy Spring Sports Previews

    There are a lot of exciting things happening with NYA spring sports. Baseball is coming off its finest Class C season to date and with a new coach on hand, the Panthers hope to advance even deeper in the playoffs. Softball makes its varsity return after a three-year absence. There are some big-na...

  • Deering's Colucci commits to BC

    Deering senior baseball standout Nick Colucci (with coach Mark Sutton by his side) signs his National Letter of Intent Friday afternoon to attend and play ball at Boston College. Colucci, a member of the perennial powerhouse Rams since late in his freshman year and a three-year varsity basketball...

  • Falmouth stuns in Cape in dominating fashion in boys' lax opener

    FALMOUTH—While it didn't completely avenge the sting of last year's agonizing playoff loss, the Falmouth boys' lacrosse team managed to make a powerful statement Friday evening. Hosting rival and nemesis Cape Elizabeth, the defending Class B state champion, the Yachtsmen put forth a ...

  • Yarmouth begins new era with 6-2 win at NYA

    YARMOUTH—While it had all the earmarks of a sloppy season-opening game, Friday afternoon's 6-2 victory was a thing of beauty for the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team. Playing at fierce rival North Yarmouth Academy, the Clippers raced to an early lead and rode their defense and the goalke...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Local hockey players named to All-State team Scarborough forward Zach Pettingill and defenseman Connor Gullifer and South Portland forward Zach Griffin, defenseman Tommy Ellis and goalie Dominic Desjardins were named to the boys' hockey All-State West region first team. ...

  • Another strong weekend for Bowdoin

    With the weather warming up, the Bowdoin spring athletic teams continue to enjoy great success. Baseball The Polar Bears had an eventful weekend on the diamond, winning three of four games and turning a rare triple play. Saturday, Bowdoin split with Bates, ...

  • Norton to play softball at U. Maine

    South Portland senior softball standout Katlin Norton signs a National Letter of Intent Wednesday afternoon in Beal Gymnasium to attend and play softball at the University of Maine. Norton, flanked by her parents, Greg and Kristy, and joined by Red Riots coaches (from left) Rick Fournier, Ralph A...

  • Freeport Winter Athletic Award winners

    Freeport High School and Middle School recently gave out awards to top winter athletes. At the high school level, the boys' basketball most valuable player was Mitch Loeman. Josh Weirich won the Sportsmanship Award. Josh Soley took home the Booster's Pride and Character Award. The junior v...