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  • Cumberland student-athlete earns hockey honor

    Cumberland's Isaac Lipton, who played varsity soccer, hockey and lacrosse for North Yarmouth Academy as a freshman and sophomore, now a senior at Northfield Mount Hermon School, was recently given the "Mr. Hockey" award by coach Tom Pratt. Lipton is also the co-captain for lacrosse and has been...

  • Falmouth swimmer and diver honored

    Falmouth sophomore Charlotte Janelle and junior Jake Perron were honored at the Maine Interscholastic Swim League Awards Banquet for winning state championships. Perron, the Class A state champion in the 50 free and 500 free, and Janelle, Class A state champion diver, were both named all-state.&n...

  • Scarborough girls' hockey ousted in semifinal round heartbreaker

    The Scarborough girls' hockey team appeared to have its ticket punched to the West Region Final when it led Falmouth 2-0 midway through the third period of Saturday night's semifinal round contest, but the Red Storm will have to wait until next year after watching that advantage slip away in an a...

  • Faithfull's shocking return leads Cheverus to easy quarterfinal win over Scarborough

    PORTLAND—A couple hours before the start of Friday evening's Western Class A quarterfinal round playoff matchup between top-ranked Cheverus and No. 8 Scarborough, a buzz swept the venerable Portland Exposition Building as word spread that Stags senior standout Indiana Faithfull, who had been de...

  • Scarborough field hockey standout commits to Providence

    SCARBOROUGH-Scarborough senior field hockey standout Brittany Ross, the school's two-time reigning Fall Female Athlete of the Year and a Miss Maine Field Hockey finalist this fall, signed a National Letter of Intent Thursday afternoon to attend and play field hockey at Providence College. She did...

  • Falmouth girls' hockey rallies for semifinal win; Greely drops a heartbreaker

    A pair of close and intense semifinal round girls' hockey games produced diverse emotions for two local teams Saturday. In the West Region, the third-ranked Falmouth Yachtsmen went to No. 2 Scarborough and erupted for three goals in the final period to rally for a 3-2 win, setting up a reg...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bowdoin hosting Girls and Women in Sports Day Bowdoin College is hosting Girls and Women in Sports Day Sunday, Feb. 14 at the Farley Field House. The event, featuring free sports clinics taught by varsity women student-athletes from several sports, is free and open to girl...

  • Postseason underway for Mid-Coast teams

    Every sport but boys' hockey has hit the postseason and there will be plenty of playoff excitement on tap for Mid-Coast teams in the days to come. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball Two local teams will take part in the 2010 boys' basketball tournament. In Ea...

  • Cheverus girls' hockey overcomes slow start to win quarterfinal

    PORTLAND—The undefeated, top-ranked, powerhouse Cheverus girls' hockey team faced a rare dose of adversity in its West Region quarterfinal round playoff game Saturday afternoon at Portland Ice Arena, but turned it up a notch and scored seven times over the final two periods to advance with a 7-...

  • Falmouth advances to Expo after double OT win over Cape Elizabeth

    FALMOUTH—The recipe for winning a postseason game doesn't usually include 30 turnovers and a 5-for-17 performance from the free throw line, but the Falmouth girls' basketball team was able to overcome and persevere Wednesday evening. A game that was anything but pretty to start wound...