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  • One goal's enough to send Cape past Greely

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Cape Elizabeth's field hockey team keeps finding a way to win one-goal games. The Greely Rangers, meanwhile, are wondering what they have to do to get in the win column. Monday evening at Hannaford Field, the Capers played their fifth one-goal game of the season...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for football, boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Sept. 13, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon...

  • McAuley maulers dominate Windham, 25-0

    PORTLAND—The McAuley softball team has become more than just a feel-good story. The Lions appear to be on the verge of becoming a veritable powerhouse. Monday afternoon, at Larry K. Mahaney Field, McAuley scored six runs in the first inning, a mind-boggling 16 more in the seco...

  • Portland baseball team continues to impress with win over Deering

    PORTLAND — Portland freshman Caleb Fraser craftily navigated his way through the Deering Rams lineup and survived a shaky defensive effort behind him to earn a complete-game, 8-7 victory Thursday at Hadlock Field. Fraser’s second win of the season was the Bulldogs’ first ...

  • Scarborough girls' lax makes a statement, wins, 13-9, at Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH—Entering Saturday morning's rainy showdown at perennial power Yarmouth, the Scarborough girls' lacrosse team knew it was pretty good. Now, the Red Storm have to feel invincible. After a solid 50-minute effort in which they never trailed, the Red Storm beat the Clipper...

  • Yarmouth boys have no trouble with Brunswick in crossover battle

    YARMOUTH—Despite losing several standouts to graduation and having to play a challenging schedule in the first half of the 2010 season, the two-time defending Class B state champion Yarmouth Clippers boys' lacrosse team continues to have no peer. The Clippers, who have already downed top...

  • Brunswick girls hold off NYA in thriller, 14-13

    YARMOUTH—Two of the most storied girls' lacrosse programs in state, strangers in countable games for six years, showed everyone Saturday morning why crossover contests are such a good idea for all concerned. The two-time defending Class A state champion Brunswick Dragons, from the Kenneb...

  • SP Little League opens season

    The South Portland National Little League held Opening Day ceremonies Saturday. John "Slim" Lee (right), the unit director of the South Portland Boys and Girls Club since 1974 was honored for his commitment and devotion to the youth of the city and threw out the ceremonial first ball to Will Kirk...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Hyde senior to wrestle at Missouri Valley Hyde School senior Tierra Williams, of Bath, recently signed a national letter of intent to wrestle for Missouri Valley College next year. Williams was first in New England in 2008 and was the outstanding wrestler at the USA Wrestl...

  • Bowdoin lax teams split in NESCAC playoffs

    Bowdoin's Russell Halliday scored with 5.8 seconds remaining to force overtime in the Polar Bears' 12-11 victory over Colby Sunday in NESCAC playoff action. The Polar Bears scored twice in the final 20 seconds of regulation, then got a goal from Ben Chadwick in overtime to advance to Saturday's s...