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  • Royals win CNYLL title

    The Royals recently won the Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League Minor League championship. Front row: Nicholas Theodores, Calum Sheff, Tyler Pettengill, Liam Sheff and Eric Lyden. Middle Row: Jackson Small, Alex Wallace, Marshall Fowler, Aiden Miner, Max Cloutier, Orion Guibor...

  • Cape Little League champ crowned

    The Pirates recently won the Cape Elizabeth Little League baseball Division 9-10 championship. Front row (left to right): Bowen Charlebois,, Robbie Trowbridge, Curtis Sullivan, Sam Lombardo, Dimitri Coupe, James Nestor.

  • Attwood again dominates at ski states

    Cape Elizabeth senior Emily Attwood has dazzled athletically throughout her high school years and brought the curtain down on her skiing career last week at the Class B state championships. Attwood won the freestyle and classic races and helped the Capers girls' team to a fourth-place Nord...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC women win conference title The Southern Maine Community College women's basketball team won the Yankee Small College Conference championship last weekend, downing Eastern Maine CC, 64-57, in the semifinals (thanks to 14 points and 13 rebounds from Alisa Sweet and 13 p...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Maine Lacrosse training new officials The Maine Lacrosse Officials Association (MLOA) needs more officials to support boys' lacrosse at Maine high schools, middle school and youth events and is hosting a certification course beginning Feb. 28 at the North Yarmouth Academy ...

  • Brunswick girls lose gutwrencher in regional final

    The high school winter sports season has come to an end in the Mid-Coast, but not before plenty of drama ensued. Basketball Brunswick's girls' basketball team had a season to remember. The Dragons went 14-4, earned the No. 3 for the Eastern Class A tournament, then ...

  • Late heroics send SP hockey to first semifinal

    PORTLAND—With the game and South Portland’s entire hockey season hanging in the balance, junior defenseman Zach Horton simply took over the ice and refused to let his team’s terrific year go sour early. After spending much of the first two periods flattening one puck carr... 1

  • Cheverus boys second at Class A track meet

    There were local highlights aplenty at last week's Class A and B indoor track and field state championship meets. In Class A, at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham, the Cheverus boys finished with 57 points to place second to Brunswick (106). Portland, led by standout Imadhi Zagon,...

  • City skiers compete at states

    Local skiers made their mark on the slopes and trails at venues across the state last week during championship meets. In Class A, the Cheverus girls came in sixth in Alpine, while the boys didn't score as a team. In the giant slalom, Emily Machesney came in fourth (with a time of 1 ...

  • Cheverus swim teams third at Class A meet; McAuley fourth in Class B

    Local swimmers and divers took part in the Class A and B state championship meets last week in Brunswick and Orono and as usual, delivered some impressive performances. In Class A boys' action, at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Cheverus had 244 points and came in third behind Bangor (319.5)...