Sat, May 30, 2015 ●
BathHarpswellTopshamBrunswickCumberlandNorth YarmouthFalmouthFreeportPortlandCape ElizabethScarboroughSouth PortlandChebeague IslandYarmouth

Sports

Syndicate content
  • Red Storm get going early, stay perfect with win at Biddeford

    BIDDEFORD—Whatever the Scarborough softball team had for breakfast Saturday morning, it better make sure it keeps eating all the way through June 20. Faced with a seemingly steep challenge at rival Biddeford, which entered the game ranked second behind the Red Storm, Scarborough inst...

  • Cape boys erupt late to deny Yarmouth once more

    YARMOUTH—For much of Friday evening's boys' lacrosse showdown, the Yarmouth Clippers appeared to have the nemesis Cape Elizabeth Capers right where they wanted them. Within hailing distance. Until the Capers hit another gear as only they can, which changed the whole complexion...

  • SP bounces back, beats Portland in hockey battle

    PORTLAND—According to coach Joe Robinson, the South Portland boys’ hockey team played some of its worst hockey of the season. And they won. The Red Riots overcame a lackluster first two periods to defeat Portland, 3-1, Thursday at Portland Ice Arena. South Portlan...

  • Winter fun continues for southern schools

    Basketball isn't the only winter sport heating up (please see story). The rest of the winter sports landscape has featured plenty of action in recent days. Here's a glimpse: Boys' hockey Cape Elizabeth's boys' hockey team has hit its stride and is climbing up th...

  • Scarborough football receives honors

    The Southern Maine Activities Association held its annual awards ceremony Jan. 9. Among those receiving awards were seven players from Scarborough High School. On offense, tight end Michael Cyr, wide receiver Joe Viola and tackle Will Lynch were named first teamers. On defense, back Dennis Liu, ...

  • Hoops season at the midway point

    (Ed. Note: For the full South Portland-Deering and South Portland-Thornton Academy boys' and Scarborough-Cheverus girls' games, visit theforecaster.net) A high school basketball season that gets more compelling by the day has passed the halfway pole and is heating up. The tourna...

  • Falmouth boys, Greely girls continue indoor track dominance

    Falmouth's Will Wegener hits the tape in front of Greely's Sam Mason to win the senior 55 Friday evening.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth Little League registration open Player registration for the 2011 season of the Falmouth Little League is open, through Feb. 28. New players must present a birth certificate for age verification. Registration can be done at

  • Hoops season at midway point-Northern edition

    A high school basketball season that gets more compelling by the day has passed the halfway pole and is heating up. The tournament is less than a month away. With that in mind, here's a look at the 10 local teams, where they stand and what's to come. Unpredictability

  • Winter fun continues for northern schools

    Basketball and track aren't the only winter sports heating up (please see stories). The rest of the winter sports landscape has featured plenty of action in recent days. Here's a glimpse: Boys' hockey Falmouth's boys hockey team is starting to hit its stride. The ...