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  • Stretch run begins as January ends

    The winter sports season is rapidly coming to a close and once we dig out from all this snow, the final chapter of the regular season should be memorable. The girls' hockey regular season comes to an end this week, while basketball culminates a week from Friday. It won't be long until swim...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC men still perfect in conference The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team passed two more tests last week, winning at home over Unity College (103-55) and at U. Maine-Presque Isle (74-64) to improve to 17-1 overall and...

  • Falmouth girls' soccer coach steps down after disagreement

    FALMOUTH — After one year and four games, Jon Shardlow is no longer the coach of the Falmouth girls' soccer team. Shardlow confirmed that he stepped down last week as the Yachtsmen's coach, but opted not make additional comments, deflecting queries to Falmouth High School athletic di...

  • Yarmouth edges Greely, 4-3, in boys' soccer thriller

    CUMBERLAND—The Yarmouth boys' soccer team gave up a goal for the first time this season, then a second and a third, but the Clippers still found a way to stay undefeated. Yarmouth responded well to its first dose of adversity this season, riding junior Sam Torres' goal with 20:09 to ...

  • Portland football in the win column after downing Westbrook, 27-16

    PORTLAND—Portland High football coach Mike Bailey made the decision to download the “iMadhi Tailback App” and had it up and running in time for the Westbrook Blue Blazes on Thursday night in a must-win situation after a two-game slide to open the season. The Bulldogs&rsqu...

  • Cheverus pulls away from SP in battle of unbeatens, 45-21

    SOUTH PORTLAND—A big-game environment returned to Martin Memorial Field Friday evening when the host 2-0 Red Riots welcomed 2-0 Cheverus in a battle of two of the premier football teams in Western Class A so far this season. The Stags, who hadn't been tested in their first two outing...

  • SP field hockey earns first win with 2-0 upset at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—Despite an 0-4 start, the South Portland field hockey team felt it was still formidable and was about to turn the corner. Saturday morning, the Red Riots made the turn. Visiting an undefeated Cheverus squad which was coming off an inspirational victory, South Portland...

  • Shardlow steps down as Falmouth coach

    FALMOUTH—After one year and four games, Jon Shardlow is no longer the coach of the Falmouth girls' soccer team. Falmouth High athletic director Todd Livingston confirmed Thursday that Shardlow stepped down. "Ultimately, because of philosophical differences, (Jon) thought is wa... 1

  • Excitement continues for Mid-Coast fall sports teams

    The fall sports season is fully underway for everyone and Mid-Coast squads are in the thick of things. Here's a glimpse:

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC players honored South Portland's Adam Burpee, a men's soccer player at Southern Maine Community College, was named the Yankee Small College Conference Player of the Week.  Burpee, a freshman midfielder, scored three goals and added two assists on the week against...