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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball continues strong start The Southern Maine Community College baseball team is off to a 5-1 start (2-1 in the Yankee Small College Conference) after sweeping a doubleheader at New Hampshire Technical Institute (3-0, 4-3) Saturday and beating Navy Prep (6-2) Sunday. The Seawol...

  • Promising early results for local squads

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Deering-Portland boys' soccer game story, with photos, see The first fall week of the fall sports season reminded us that there are several strong teams in our midst and that the triumph figures to continue. Here's a glimpse:

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick rec offering youth volleyball The Brunswick Recreation Department and the Mid-Coast Junior Volleyball Club are conducting a four-week long coed youth league in Brunswick on Monday and Wednesday afternoons until April school vacation. FMI,

  • Local swimmers, coaches honored

    The Maine Swim League coaches recently honored several local athletes and coaches for their performance in the 2009-10 season. The girls' all-state team included Jessica Russell of Brunswick (100 backstroke champion and runner-up in the 200 free at the Class A state meet), Morse's Emily Bu...

  • Winter sports season was triumphant

    Winter sports fans had plenty of options the past few months. There was ample drama on the hardcourt, ice, mats, slopes, trails, track and in the pool. Brunswick's girls' basketball team made it to the regional final and just missed a trip to states. Morse and Mt. Ararat also made it to th...

  • Lance Johnson to become new Scarborough football coach

    The Scarborough varsity football program is ready to name a new head coach. The Red Storm will tap longtime Portland High assistant Lance Johnson, pending School Board approval Thursday night. Johnson, 43, is primed to take over a program that has yet to make the playoffs in its eig...

  • Donahue wins scholarship award

    Cape Elizabeth senior girls' basketball player Gabe Donahue was named the winner of a Maine McDonald's All-State Academic scholarship at last weekend's state banquet in Bangor.

  • Abundance of highlights for North area teams

    (Ed. Note: We recapped the basketball season in last week's edition)Winter sports fans had plenty of options the past few months. There was ample drama on the ice, slopes, trails, track and in the pool.Three local boys' hockey teams made it to the playoffs and one advanced ...

  • Falmouth basketball team finishes season unbeaten

    The Falmouth 7th grade girls' basketball team went undefeated this winter, winning all 12 games.Front row: Katie Barlow, Megan Tammaro, Jessica Burton, Jillian Libby, Ally Hickey, Katie Greene.Back Row: Coach Rich Smith, Dayna Vasconcelos, Kayla Walsh, Elizabeth Walker, Katie Joseph...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth players help hockey to team to NE title Falmouth's Jacki Aaskov and Saundrine Lanouette helped the Biddeford U-19 Lady Breakers hockey team to a New England championship last weekend. The Breakers downed Rhode Island 3-1 Sunday to advance to the Tier 2 national ch...