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  • Falmouth runner honored by ECAC

    Former Falmouth cross country runner Johnny Lake, now a senior at New York University, was recently named Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Metro (Male) Runner of the Week. Lake led the men's cross country team to a third-place showing at the Saratoga Invitational on Sept. 1...

  • Deering girls start fast, blank South Portland

    PORTLAND—Not a lot was expected from the Deering girls' soccer team this fall, but as we near the midway pole, the Rams are among the best in Western Class A. And they don't show any signs of slowing down. Monday evening at Memorial Field, Deering demonstrated just what makes ...

  • Falmouth girls win WMC doubles title again

    Falmouth's powerhouse girls' tennis program, led by coach Sandra Stone (center), produced the top two doubles teams in the Western Maine Conference for the third year in a row. (From left) Emma Wilberg and Amanda Gallagher, who lost to teammates in the 2008 and 2009 finals, won it this year, defe...

  • NYA girls' lax earns huge victory; 8-7 win at Waynflete propels Panthers into title mix

    PORTLAND—To be the best you have to beat the best and the North Yarmouth Academy girls' lacrosse team took a giant leap toward a highly-desired first-ever Class B state championship Tuesday afternoon by borrowing a page from its accomplished rival. Playing at a Waynflete team that be...

  • City baseball teams scramble for playoff spots

    With the 2010 high school baseball team nearing its end, all four city teams are doing their best to ensure a strong finish and a trip to the playoffs. Most years, the Deering Rams are boasting a perfect record and are closing on the top seed. But this spring, the Rams (as expected) have ...

  • Let the fun begin; Spring playoffs set to begin for city teams

    The spring sports regular season is nearing its conclusion. Track will begin its postseason next weekend with tennis soon to follow suit. By this time next week, baseball (please see story), softball and lacrosse will also be looking ahead to the playoffs. Here's a glimpse at where city te...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Cheverus, Portland students honored as scholar-athletesCheverus' Charles Place and Portland's Patrick Curran were named two of 17 recipients of the State of Maine Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Inc.'s, 23rd annual Scholar-Athlete award...

  • Waynflete girls make statement with 12-9 win at Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH—Beware Class B girls' lacrosse: The Waynflete Flyers have that championship look once again. Monday afternoon on the turf at Yarmouth High, playing against a team seeking to avenge a loss from earlier this spring, the Flyers came out sizzling, grabbed a 5-0 lead and n...

  • It's all Portland in Deering boys' lax showdown, 16-1

    PORTLAND—Maybe talk is cheap, but the Portland Bulldogs boys' lacrosse team has no immediate plans to start buying any of that. The defending Class A state champions have come to realize when they keep the verbs flowing more often than not, the other team's getting stuck with the bil...

  • Yarmouth girls erupt in second half to down Falmouth, 19-10

    YARMOUTH—For the first 20 minutes of Saturday morning's contest, the Falmouth girls' lacrosse team had the host Yarmouth Clippers right where the Yachtsmen wanted them, on their heels and behind on the scoreboard. If the game had ended there, Falmouth would have had added a second se...