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  • A lot of Forecaster Country all-stars this fall

    (Ed. Note: The SMAA football all-star team hadn't been released at press time. We'll post those names as soon as they're available) The autumn of 2014 was extremely successful and local athletes made their presence felt on postseason all-star teams. Here's a glimpse:

  • Brunswick's title dream dashed by Marshwood

    PORTLAND — The program that defined intermediate-sized Maine high school football in the 1970s and ’80s is back at the mountaintop. Marshwood won its first state title in a quarter-century Saturday night with a convincing 44-18 win over Brunswick for the Class B Gold Ball at Fi...

  • Falmouth all-stars take part in tournament

    The Falmouth 11-12-year-old All-Stars recently took part in a double-elimination tournament at Deering High School, where the team went 3-2.First row: Krysia LesniakSecond row: Grace Connolly, Kayleigh Rhodes, Emily Beaulieu, Caroline Ray, Jessica Collins, Megan Tammaro, Amy Polewac...

  • Local players lead Southern Maine Flame team to tourney title

    The U-16 Southern Maine Flame red softball team won the U-18 bracket of the recent Eric Whitten tournament at the Wainright Field Complex in South Portland. The team featured Ally Boyington and Lauren Nicholson from Cape Elizabeth, Alana Peoples from Scarborough, Katlin Norton from South Portland...

  • Watson's stock keeps on rising

    Somewhere in the Boston suburbs, Theo Epstein sits hunched over his laptop crunching baseball numbers deep into the night in search of those key indicators the Red Sox have developed for player evaluations. During these hypothetical jam sessions looking to uncover the subtle nuances of suc...

  • Local riders place first at Youth Dressage Festival

    Portland's Faith Duplinsky (with horse, Maradona, far right), North Yarmouth's Ali Perkins (with O'Doull, second from left) and Falmouth's Katarina Keller (with Lakoda, middle), joined South Berwick's Eileen Stirling (with Joey, second from right) and owner/trainer Amanda Gervais of Durgin Farm i...

  • Off-peak time's a great time at local golf courses

    It may be midsummer, the busiest and most expensive part of Maine’s golf season, but hitting the links is still very affordable for those willing to play during off-peak times at Portland-area layouts. Twilight time – which generally starts between 1 and  4:30 p.m. at most...

  • Great tennis action, right here in New England

    Every July, immediately following the Wimbledon championships in England, top-rated American tennis players flock to New England. They are attracted to two venues, the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I. and the World Team Tennis facility at the Ferncroft Country Club in Middleton,...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP golf fundraiser upcoming The annual Jeff King Memorial Golf Scramble, hosted by the South Portland Ice Hockey and Football Boosters, will be held Friday, Aug. 13, with a shotgun start at 8 a.m., at Nonesuch River Golf Course in Scarborough. FMI, Karen Hannigan 799-6307....

  • Cape Elizabeth Capers Spring Athletes of the Year

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