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  • Another title for Falmouth 6th grade girls

    Falmouth's 6th grade girls' basketball team recently won the Cape Elizabeth Travel League championship's 'A' Division, beating South Portland, 39-24, in the title game.

  • Falmouth's 7th grade boys win 8th grade tourney

    Falmouth's 7th grade boys' basketball team recently won the 8th grade boys' club championship. Falmouth compiled a 35-3 record playing mostly 8th grade teams, won the Scarborough tournament and went undefeated in the middle school season. Back row (from left): Ike Kiely, Emmett Hamilton, ...

  • Falmouth overcomes, wins Class B girls' soccer crown

    FALMOUTH—It may not have been the smoothest ride, but ultimately the Yachtsmen got where they wanted to be. Senior Jess DiPhilippo drilled home a penalty kick with 15 minutes left in the second half to lift Falmouth to a 1-0 win over Caribou in Saturday’s Class B state girls&rs...

  • Yarmouth downs Oak Hill, advances to Western C Final

    YARMOUTH—For the second year in a row, the Yarmouth football team is heading for the Western Class C Final. After their surprising run through the region a year ago, the Clippers doing it with a little home cooking in 2010 and Friday night, they went toe-to-toe with talented Oak Hill...

  • Scarborough wins, SP loses in Western A football playoffs; Cape wins coin toss in Western B

    Scarborough senior Mike Cyr dives to make a touchdown catch during the Red Storm's 48-14 Western A playoff victory at Biddeford Saturday.

  • South Sports Roundup

    Bowdoin hosting US women's Select hockey team Bowdoin College will host the United States Women's Select Hockey Team this week as they prepare for the 2010 Four Nations Cup. On Friday Team USA, featuring 11 Olympians, will face Team Sweden in a pre-tournament game at W...

  • Scarborough boys win CC title; Cape girls denied four-peat

    Scarborough's boys' cross country team is back on top. For the first time since 2006, Cape Elizabeth's girls are not. That, in a nutshell, were the lead local stories from state championship meet Saturday in Belfast. After a one-year hiccup, the Red Storm tallied 71 points to defeat...

  • Boys' soccer season ends; Cape, GPCS fall in semis, SP out in quarterfinals

    The boys' soccer season has come to an end in Forecaster Country, but not before plenty of drama ensued. After top-ranked, two-time defending Class A champion Scarborough was stunned by No. 8 Kennebunk on penalty kicks in the Western A quarterfinals (more on the Red Storm in a moment), the...

  • SP middle school football completes first varsity season

    The South Portland Middle School Red Riots completed their first Southern Maine Youth Football League season Sunday by splitting a doubleheader against York. With its 24-14 victory at York, the Red Riots varsity captured the “Silver” consolation playoff tournament and finished with a ...

  • Scarborough girls win long-awaited first Western A title

    SCARBOROUGH—With the first-round playoff monkey cast from their back and the pressure of their incredible shutout streak finally relieved, yet another challenge still loomed for the Red Storm, the Western Maine Class A championship. Four times since 2001, the Scarborough girls’...