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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball red-hot entering postseason Southern Maine Community College's baseball team will host the NECA tournament beginning Saturday. The Seawolves wrapped up their regular season last weekend with a very impressive 10-4 mark (6-2 in the Yankee Small College Conference). Last week...

  • Halfway home and a lot of excitement to come

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Waynflete-NYA and Waynflete-Yarmouth boys' soccer, Deering-South Portland girls' soccer and Cheverus-Deering field hockey game stories, with photos, see theforecaster.net) The entertaining fall sports season has hit the midway pole and there are still a...

  • Power Pigs beat NH foe again

    Flyhalf Francisco Marques of Greely kicks to relieve pressure during Saturday's game as the Portland boys' U-19 rugby club defeated Kearsage, N.H., 35-25, in a game played in New London, N,H. Center Jon Brown, of Portland High, opened the scoring for the Power Pigs by running in an intercepted pa...

  • Scarborough's fifth inning surge beats SP; Red Storm win showdown, 5-0

    SCARBOROUGH—The two best Western Class A softball teams this year to date did battle in a showdown rife with playoff implications Monday night. The South Portland Red Riots made host Scarborough sweat at times, but in the end, the Red Storm do what they always seem to do, win.

  • Portland boys' lax holds off Messalonskee; Bulldogs win possible playoff preview, 14-11

    PORTLAND — The Portland boys' lacrosse team stayed unbeaten Saturday afternoon at Fitzpatrick Stadium, but it got a reminder that next month's initial foray into the Eastern A playoff world will be fraught with danger. The Bulldogs hosted a very talented and dangerous Messalonskee sq...

  • Falmouth boys' lax does it again; Third period burst leads to 10-7 victory at Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK—The journey of the Falmouth boys' lacrosse team took another encouraging step Saturday afternoon. The Yachtsmen, a preseason favorite who have discovered of late that the road won't be as easy as originally anticipated, were pushed hard by host Brunswick, a perennial Class ...

  • NYA edges Scarborough boys' lax, 8-6, in penalty-plagued affair

    SCARBOROUGH—To suggest that Friday evening's boys' lacrosse contest between the host Red Storm of Scarborough and North Yarmouth Academy was penalty filled wouldn't even begin to do it justice. Plagued is a much more apt description. While there were moments of enjoyable lacro...

  • SP holds off Cheverus in baseball clash, 4-3

    PORTLAND—The South Portland Red Riots picked up what could be a season-changing victory using the long ball, a little small ball and one very odd ball, to upend the Cheverus Stags 4-3 in a Western Class A baseball game Thursday afternoon at MacDonald Field. Trailing 2-0 after four comple...

  • Yarmouth outslugs Falmouth in baseball clash, 13-5

    YARMOUTH—Two days after a self-described lifeless performance in a home setback to Cape Elizabeth, its first loss of the 2010 season, the Yarmouth baseball team had no trouble turning up the intensity Friday afternoon when rival Falmouth came calling. The Clippers' bats awoke early a...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball ousted from USCAA tourney The Southern Maine Community College baseball team went 1-2 in the USCAA national baseball tournament, held a the refurbished Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach earlier this week. The Seawolves, ranked 10th, beat Penn State-Greater Allegh...