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  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC hoops teams earn top 10 rankings The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team is up to third in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association's Division II poll at 12-2 (8-0 in the Yankee Small College Conference). Th...

  • Winter sports fun is underway

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Cape Elizabeth-Yarmouth and South Portland-Portland boys' basketball, Cape Elizabeth-Freeport and South Portland-Portland girls' basketball, Cape Elizabeth-Cheverus boys' hockey and Capeflete-Edward Little/Leavitt and...

  • Plenty of highlights, champions from North spring sports season

    The weather more or less cooperated and the action was memorable. That sums up the 2010 spring sports season in Forecaster Country. Four local baseball teams made the playoffs, with one reaching the regional final, while one softball squad was dominant. The lacros...

  • Local softball players runner-up at state tourney

    The U-16 Maine Pride ASA softball team came in second at the state tournament last weekend in Waterville, falling, 2-1, to MAYSA (Messalonskee) in the final game.Front row (left to right): Sarah Collmus, Michaela Franco, Kelsey Freedman, Jessie L’Heureux, Katie Carew, Maddie Inlow.

  • Falmouth LL champ crowned

    The Red Sox won the recent Falmouth Little League championship.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Local soccer stars excel overseas Falmouth's J.P. White and Sam White, along with other local players, were part of a U-16 USA team which won the recent Four Nations Soccer tournament in Durham, England, beating England (3-2), Wales (1-0) and Scotland (3-0). In the victory...

  • Yarmouth boys' lax coach steps down; Craig Curry won four state titles in seven years

    Craig Curry, who inherited a Yarmouth boys' lacrosse program on the cusp of greatness and led it to six regional and four state championships in seven seasons, has stepped down. Curry led the Clippers to the pinnacle in 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2009 and in his three other seasons was denied by...

  • Portland spring sports season was special

    The weather more or less cooperated and the action was memorable. That sums up the 2010 spring sports season in the city of Portland. Three of four local baseball teams made the playoffs, two softball teams (including one big surprise) did the same. The lacrosse story was onc...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Nova Seafood wins NH tournament Perennial American Legion baseball powerhouse Nova Seafood, consisting of players from Deering High School, won the 35th annual Karl "Gubby" Underwood invitational tournament last weekend in Keene, N.H. Nova won the title for the fourth year...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA runner shines at nationals North Yarmouth Academy senior Henry Sterling competed in his final high school race last weekend at the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, N.C. Sterling, a multiple-state champion in distance events during his time in a Panthers uniform, wo...