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  • New-look Capers begin title defense with win over Waynflete

    CAPE ELIZABETH—The Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team hasn't repeated as state champion since 2002-03. That might change this spring. While June is still a long way off, the 2014 Capers debuted in emphatic fashion Friday afternoon at Hannaford Field and as a result, you can't ...

  • Brunswick girls' tennis team honored

    Democratic Senator Stan Gerzofsky of Brunswick welcomed the Brunswick girls' tennis team, the Class A state champion in both 2012 and 2013, to the State House last Thursday.  From left: Ali Stankiewicz, Maisie Silverman, Senator Stan Gerzofsky, Natty Bea Silverman, ...

  • Athletes of the Year: Portland Bulldogs

    2009 FALL MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:

  • Athletes of the Year: McAuley Lions

    2009 FALL FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:

  • Athletes of the Year: Deering Rams

    2009 FALL MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: 1

  • Athletes of the Year: Cheverus Stags

    2009 FALL MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: PETER GWILYM, Junior-Football A thrower who's just as happy running the ball and delivering punishing hits helped the Cheverus football team enjoy its finest season in two decades this fall. Peter Gwilym, in ...

  • No 'Cat for 'Dogs in Turkey Day rout of Rams

    PORTLAND — In October of 1863, President Abraham Lincoln one-upped the "general decree" made by George Washington in 1789, officially declaring the United States would observe the fourth Thursday of every November as Thanksgiving. With the Civil War raging in the backdrop, Honest ...

  • Autumn all-stars in abundance

    Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland all enjoyed memorable moments during the fall sports season. Each school also had their share of standouts named to all-star teams. Here's a look at who was honored in football, soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf: Football ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC's Findlay hits 1,000 career points It was an up and down weekend for the Southern Maine Community College basketball teams with the high point coming Friday night when the men's squad defeated visiting Navy Prep 95-82 behind 21 points and nine rebounds from standout Cole...

  • Fabulous fall for locals

    The fall of 2009 was sensational and triumphant for Mid-Coast sports teams. Brunswick, Morse and Mt. Ararat were factors in football, soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf. On the gridiron, Brunswick made it to the Eastern A Final, while Morse won a playoff game as well.