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  • McAuley edges Deering in down-to-the-wire thriller

    PORTLAND—They did it again. McAuley and Deering have made a habit of producing palpitating, down-to-the-wire girls' basketball showdowns and Tuesday evening, the longtime Stevens Avenue rivals added another chapter. One that took all 1,920 seconds to decide. Two teams t...

  • Waynflete girls down Traip, stay unbeaten

    PORTLAND—Waynflete's girls' basketball team is still a work in progress, but when the Flyers get things rolling, they're a lot fun to watch. Tuesday afternoon, Waynflete hosted Traip Academy and after struggling for a quarter, it turned up the intensity and pulled away. Behind...

  • Deering dominates TA, advances to semifinals

    PORTLAND—The location was different. The stakes were higher. The end result did not change. For the second time this season, the Deering Rams steamrolled Thornton Academy, their latest triumph coming at home in a 56-18 win in Friday night’s Western Maine Class A quarterfinals, ...

  • Cheverus passes first playoff test; Stags rally past Windham, 34-27

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus football team has won games by any means necessary, be it offense, defense or special teams, this fall. Saturday afternoon, the undefeated and top-ranked Stags had to dig deeper than ever in their first playoff test, against defending Class A state champion Wind...

  • Portland boys rally to edge Cape in OT in semis, 2-1

    PORTLAND—The hottest boys' soccer team around found itself on the brink of elimination Saturday night. The Portland Bulldogs, riding a 12-game win streak, surrendered a first half goal to Cape Elizabeth in the teams' Western Class A semifinal at Fitzpatrick Stadium and after senior s...

  • Falmouth rallies to stun Greely, force coin toss

    CUMBERLAND—Nine games won't be enough to clear up the Western Class B playoff field. That's because Friday evening, the Falmouth Yachtsmen capped a valiant performance with a 15-14 come-from-behind win at Greely in the regular season finale, leaving both teams at 6-3. Falmouth...

  • Scarborough boys' soccer stunned as playoffs heat up

    The 2010 soccer playoffs are underway and there's already been plenty of excitement and one enormous surprise. Not this year

  • NYA field hockey back to state game; Greely falls in regional final

    (Ed. Note: For the complete NYA-Telstar and Greely-Cape Elizabeth game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) The North Yarmouth Academy field hockey team is heading back to the Class C state final. Two years after winning it all and one season after an agonizing one-goal...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Yarmouth names new boys' lacrosse coach The powerhouse Yarmouth boys' lacrosse program has a new coach, Stephen Moore. Moore replaces Craig Curry, who led the Clippers to six state finals and four championships in his seven seasons.

  • SP boys' soccer ousted at Gorham, 2-1

    GORHAM—The South Portland boys' soccer team's best season in a generation came to a sudden and disappointing end Thursday night. The Red Riots surrendered a pair of first half goals and despite a penalty kick score late in the second half, couldn't complete a rally and lost, 2-1, at ...