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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...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth Little League registration open Player registration for the 2011 season of the Falmouth Little League is open, through Feb. 28. New players must present a birth certificate for age verification. Registration can be done at

  • Hoops season at midway point-Northern edition

    A high school basketball season that gets more compelling by the day has passed the halfway pole and is heating up. The tournament is less than a month away. With that in mind, here's a look at the 10 local teams, where they stand and what's to come. Unpredictability

  • Winter fun continues for northern schools

    Basketball and track aren't the only winter sports heating up (please see stories). The rest of the winter sports landscape has featured plenty of action in recent days. Here's a glimpse: Boys' hockey Falmouth's boys hockey team is starting to hit its stride. The ...

  • Hoops season at the midway point-Portland edition

    (Ed. Note: For the full Cheverus-Thornton Academy and Deering-South Portland boys' and the Cheverus-Scarborough girls' game stories, visit theforecaster.net) A high school basketball season that gets more compelling by the day has passed the halfway pole and is heating up. The tou...

  • Cheverus' Gwilym earns top football honor

    PORTLAND — Capping a sensational, triumphant high school football career in fine style, senior Peter Gwilym, who quarterbacked the Class A state champion Cheverus Stags on both sides of the ball, was named Sunday afternoon the 40th winner of the James J. Fitzpatrick Trophy, the award signif...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Big win for PBC fighter Portland Boxing Club middleweight Russell Lamour earned the biggest win of his career with a unanimous decision over 2008 Olympic bronze medalist John Joe Joyce of Kildare, Ireland at the World Series of Boxing in Los Angeles. Lamour won every round...

  • Winter fun continues for Portland 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 Cheverus and Portland's boys' hockey teams squared off Monday afternoon in a co...

  • Falmouth boys' hockey has no answers against Biddeford

    FALMOUTH—The Falmouth boys' hockey team is having its share of growing pains under first-year coach Adam Nicholas. Thursday night, the Yachtsmen were handed their third loss in a row, a 6-1 defeat to Biddeford, the defending Class A state champions, at Family Ice Center. The T...