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  • Scarborough softball overwhelms SP in opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Scarborough's softball team might not even need "Disney Magic" this spring. That's because the Red Storm appear to be an absolute juggernaut and they have the calendar on their side. In each of the past four odd-numbered seasons, Scarborough has captured the Cla...

  • Curran excels as Red Riots blank TA in opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—If Henry Curran was this dominant on Opening Day, it's frightening to think what he'll do to the opposition in June. South Portland's senior lefthanded ace was almost unhittable on a windy Friday afternoon at Wainwright Farms against Thornton Academy, fanning the first...

  • Biddeford ends SP's hockey season, 6-0

    BIDDEFORD—Outnumbered, outshot and eventually out of gas, the South Portland boys' hockey team was outscored by Biddeford, 6-0, in the Western Class A quarterfinals Tuesday at the Biddeford Ice Arena. Seeded eighth, South Portland drew the No. 1 ranked, undefeated, defending Class A ...

  • Scarborough hockey one-and-done after 6-0 loss at TA

    BIDDEFORD—The Scarborough boys' hockey team had no answers, losing to No. 2 Thornton Academy, 6-0, Tuesday in the Western Class A quarterfinals at Biddeford Ice Arena. “My bag of tricks, I only have so much,” Scarborough coach Norm Gagne said. “I kept trying.”...

  • Greely boys' swimming repeats as Class B champions

    While the Greely girls' swim team was unable to repeat as Class B state champions, the boys managed to pull off the trick last week at the University of Maine in Orono. Greely finished with 396 points to easily outdistance runner-up Ellsworth (261) for its third Class B championship and se...

  • Forecaster Country skiers dominate at states

    Local skiers raised the bar yet again this winter as every school from our coverage area managed to bring home some hardware. Forecaster Country dominance on the slopes and trails continues. Here's a look at some heroic performances in all three classes: Class A-Range...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Beach to Beacon training group registration open Registration for the Maine Running Company's Beach to Beacon training group and the Maine Running Academy is open through March 10. Orientation will be held for beginners Tuesday, March 8 at 6 p.m. and for anyone who c...

  • City athletes fare well at track, swim and ski states

    Vacation week was anything but a time of relaxation for city athletes. While the basketball tournament (see stories) took center stage, track, swimming and skiing crowned state champions. Here's a glimpse at how locals fared: Track Cheverus, Deering an...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Beach to Beacon training group registration open Registration for the Maine Running Company's Beach to Beacon training group and the Maine Running Academy is open through March 10. Orientation will be held for beginners Tuesday, March 8 at 6 p.m. and for anyone who comp...

  • Hockey teams primed for playoffs

    The three hockey teams from our coverage area will take part in the postseason next week. In Western Class A, Scarborough came from being on the brink of being out of the playoffs to soaring all the way to seventh place in the final Heal Points standings. The Red Storm began the yea...