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  • Falmouth girls build big lead, hold off Yarmouth

    FALMOUTH—The team with the promising present was a little too much for the squad with a very bright future in a key interclass showdown Monday night. Falmouth's girls' basketball team looked to strengthen its playoff positioning when it hosted rival Yarmouth, which was seeking a stat...

  • SP girl competes at skating sectionals

    South Portland's Cassandra Albano, left, recently represented the Skating Club of Boston's Team Excel's Synchronized Skating Team at the Eastern Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships in Lake Placid, New York. The team came in sixth in the qualifying round. Albano, 15, is a sophomore Merric...

  • Cheverus wins Western A title!

    SCARBOROUGH—A year after falling one goal shy, the Cheverus field hockey team is heading for the Class A state final. The Stags, who entered the 2010 campaign with virtually no expectations, even among themselves, completed a stunning regional tournament run with a decisive 5-2 victo...

  • Falmouth football team to play for state title

    The Falmouth 4th and 5th grade football team won the Maine Youth Football JV Southern Maine Harvest Bowl championship Saturday at Yarmouth High School. The team will play for the state title on Sunday. Front Row (left to right): Gabriel Smestad, Emmitt Zinn, Austin Hoffman, Gibson Scott, ...

  • Soccer playoffs underway; Deering, McAuley girls eliminated in prelims

    (Ed. Note: For the full Deering-Cape Elizabeth girls' game story, please visit theforecaster.net) The 2010 soccer playoffs began last weekend with a pair of gutwrenching losses for city teams. In Western A girls' action Friday afternoon, ninth-ranked Deering battled traditi...

  • Soccer playoffs underway in north; 7 local teams thinking championship

    Yarmouth sophomore Tess Merrill, Greely senior Ali Waterman and their teammates have high hopes as the playoffs commence.

  • Portland's football season ends with Bridge loss

    Portland senior Gary MacDonald skies to make a highlight-reel interception during Saturday's Battle of the Bridge game at South Portland. The Bulldogs played a strong defensive game, but lost, 13-7.

  • Cheverus, Waynflete girls' cross-country win regional crowns

    Saturday's cross-country regional finals proved to be memorable for Cheverus and Waynflete. In Western Class A, the defending state champion Stags girls produced four of the top six individual scorers and easily won the team title with 31 points, 52 better than runner-up Massabesic. Chever...

  • Stags win a shocker, eliminate defending champs

    SCARBOROUGH—A fortnight and a day after their most lopsided loss of the season, on the very same Mitchell Athletic Complex turf field, the Cheverus Stags banded together to exact revenge and knock off top-seeded Scarborough in Saturday’s Western Maine Class A semifinal field hockey co...

  • Cheverus drubs Deering, locks up top seed

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus football team capped its perfect regular season with an emphatic performance Saturday afternoon. With the top seed for the upcoming playoffs on the line, the Stags dominated visiting Deering from start to finish, gaining over 500 yards on offense behind the dyna...