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  • Forecaster Country standouts prominent on winter all-star teams

    After a top-notch winter sports season, local athletes were honored in abundance. Here's a glimpse at players who were named to postseason all-star teams. Boys' basketball It was another strong year for boys' basketball in Forecaster Country and as a result, the Western Mai...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Maine Juniors volleyball players on national Watch List Five local Maine Juniors volleyball players are among 10 from the area chosen for the 2015 "Watch List" by the Junior Volleyball Association. Players include Cape Elizabeth's Katie Con...

  • Freeport and Yarmouth split hoops doubleheader

    FREEPORT—All eyes were on Freeport High School Friday night as the host Falcons and neighboring Yarmouth Clippers were the only teams to play their scheduled games after a snowstorm wiped the slate virtually clean. Each rival managed a dose of bragging rights as the Freeport girls op...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Maine Elite Lacrosse registration upcoming Maine Elite Lacrosse's session III registration opens Feb. 1. The boys' grades 7-8 season runs Tuesdays March 1 through April 12 at the Portland Sports Complex. Game time is 6:15 p.m. Sundays from March 6 through April 24 at...

  • Wins keep coming for Mid-Coast teams

    Some local teams enjoyed big wins in recent days. Here's a glimpse at the week that was and what's on tap: Boys' basketball Mt. Ararat was the big winner in an overtime thriller at Brunswick Monday night. The Eagles were led by Josh Walker, who had 25 points, which ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough boy wins district Hoopshoot crown Scarborough's Stephan Gikas was the boys' 12-13 age winner at Sunday's district Elks Hoopshoot foulshooting contest in Rockland. Gikas advances to the state shootoff, held at 9:30 a.m., Jan. 30 at Brunswick High School. ...

  • Three OTs too much for SP as Portland wins 80-71 thriller

    PORTLAND—Saturday afternoon, the South Portland boys' basketball team rallied from a 19-point halftime deficit to edge host Thornton Academy in double overtime. After that, the Red Riots had to wonder what they could do for an encore. Well, Wednesday night they found out. ...

  • SP bounces back, beats Portland in hockey battle

    PORTLAND—According to coach Joe Robinson, the South Portland boys’ hockey team played some of its worst hockey of the season. And they won. The Red Riots overcame a lackluster first two periods to defeat Portland, 3-1, Thursday at Portland Ice Arena. South Portlan...

  • Winter fun continues for southern schools

    Basketball isn't the only winter sport heating up (please see story). The rest of the winter sports landscape has featured plenty of action in recent days. Here's a glimpse: Boys' hockey Cape Elizabeth's boys' hockey team has hit its stride and is climbing up th...

  • Scarborough football receives honors

    The Southern Maine Activities Association held its annual awards ceremony Jan. 9. Among those receiving awards were seven players from Scarborough High School. On offense, tight end Michael Cyr, wide receiver Joe Viola and tackle Will Lynch were named first teamers. On defense, back Dennis Liu, ...