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  • Cardiac Capers do it again, rally to stun Greely in semifinals

    CUMBERLAND—If the parents and fans of the Cape Elizabeth volleyball team have no remaining fingernails, are experiencing heart palpitations or have suddenly seen their hair turn gray, there's an easy explanation. The Capers are stretching their very sanity to the limit. Match ...

  • Yarmouth blanks Woodland, returns to Class B final

    YARMOUTH—The best team in the history of the Yarmouth volleyball program is just one win away from another championship trophy. The Clippers, who excelled during the regular season, began their postseason Wednesday when they visited a squad which traveled a long, long way, Woodland, ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Waynflete AD earns certification

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings RSU No. 5 has several coaching openings for the upcoming school year. Freeport High School is seeking a girls' varsity basketball coach, a girls' JV soccer coach, an assistant varsity football coach and an assistant Nordic ski coach. Durham Mi...

  • Brunswick lax players named All-Americans

    Once again, the powerhouse Brunswick lacrosse teams have produced All-Americans. The Dragons boys' team placed senior defender John Williams on the team. Williams was a four-year varsity team member and started since his sophomore year. He was a captain as a junior and senior and also lett...

  • Dramatic wins highlight return to action for South area teams

    The first week of 2010 high school sports action was full of memorable moments. Boys' basketball While South Portland was suffering its first defeat Tuesday night, Scarborough was once again having its heart broken by its nemesis, Biddeford. The Red Storm, wh...

  • SP boys' track makes mark at New Englands

    The South Portland boys' track team participated in the recent New England championships in New Britain, Conn. The 400 meter relay team of J.C. Esquibel, Joey Michaud, Brian Arsenault and Adrian Reid broke the school record with a time of 44.45 seconds, had the best time of any team from Maine an...

  • Six northern local players named lax All-Americans

    Once again, Forecaster Country has made its mark well beyond its borders in the sport of lacrosse, placing four boys and two girls on All-American teams. For the ninth year in a row, the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team has produced an All-American, two in this case, as senior attack Steven Pe...

  • Little League team repeats as champion

    Portland House of Pizza beat State of Mind, 11-1, for the 2010 Portland North Little League championship last Monday, repeating as champions in the process. Dan Marzilli pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and also had two hits, including a home run and two RBI. Jack Casale had a double...

  • Portland's Curran and Kenney, Waynflete's Woodhouse named lax All-Americans

    Once again, the city of Portland has made its mark well beyond its borders in the sport of lacrosse, placing two boys and one girl on All-American teams. For the sixth year in a row, the Portland boys' lacrosse team has an All-American, as junior Caleb Kenney was honored. Senior teammate P... 3