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  • Deering girls start fast, blank South Portland

    PORTLAND—Not a lot was expected from the Deering girls' soccer team this fall, but as we near the midway pole, the Rams are among the best in Western Class A. And they don't show any signs of slowing down. Monday evening at Memorial Field, Deering demonstrated just what makes ...

  • Cheverus and Deering settle for field hockey tie

    PORTLAND—It was a game that no one deserved to lose. And no one did. Monday afternoon at Memorial Field, the Cheverus and Deering field hockey teams gave their all for 76 back-and-forth minutes and in the end, wound up splitting Heal Points. After a relatively uneventfu...

  • Portland Bulldogs Spring Preview

    The dynamic and dominant Imadhi Zagon returns for his junior season of outdoor track.More photos below.

  • Deering Rams Spring Sports Preview

    This has been a familiar sight for local baseball fans, the Deering Rams celebrating a state championship. A young and unproven group of Rams hope to make it four in a row this spring.

  • Cheverus Stags Spring Sports Preview

    Cheverus sophomore Louie DiStasio is primed to emerge as a standout this spring.Additional photos below

  • McAuley Lions Spring Sports Preview

    Junior Sarah Muse is one of several solid outdoor track athletes for the Lions this season.

  • Waynflete Flyers Spring Sports Preview

    Sam Cleaves returns and hopes to lead Waynflete's boys' tennis team to another title.More photos below.

  • Rousseau steps down at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—Scott Rousseau, the man behind the always competitive Falmouth boys' hockey program, most noted for its standout players and agonizing postseason setbacks, has stepped down after 13 seasons and 200 victories as the Yachtsmen's coach. "There's not much to say other than it wa...

  • Cape gymnast captures regional crown

    Cape Elizabeth's Ethan Nestor Darling, 13, recently medaled in five events and finished with the highest all-around Level 8 score at the Region Six Gymnastics championships in Connecticut. Darling, a seventh grader at Cape Elizabeth Middle School, was first in the floor event and on the vault.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Former Morse standout earns Maine Baseball Hall of Fame nod Leonardo "Leon" Buck of Bath, a one-time dominant pitcher for Morse High School and Bowdoin College and a pitcher for the semi-pro Bath Clippers in the Heart O' Maine League, is one of 13 new inductees into the Ma...