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  • Second annual SP Junior Golf tournament held

    Stephanie Rodrigue hits a tee shot as Janelle Bryant looks on during last week's second annual South Portland Junior Open Golf tournament at the South Portland Municipal Golf Course. Rodrigue won the girls' 13-17 division with an 18-hole score of 75, nine strokes better than Bryant, the runner-up...

  • SP track standout wins 10 national titles

    South Portland track standout Sue McCarthy had herself quite a month of July, winning 10 national titles. At the National Senior Games, McCarthy won four individual gold medals in the track and field competitions in the women's 50-54 age group, taking the 50, 100, 200 and 400. McCarthy was also a...

  • Despite snow and cold, Mid-Coast teams stay hot

    Although two days of games were lost to snow, there was plenty of drama in the last week. As we draw nearer to the playoffs, locals are making noise in several sports. Here's a glimpse: Boys' basketball Mt. Ararat's boys' basketball team is in good position for m...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Umpire certification classes upcoming The Western Maine Baseball Umpires Association is holding umpire certification classes. WMBUA provides baseball umpires for schools and leagues above the Little League level in Cumberland and York counties. Classes run f...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Busy weekend for SMCC hoops teams Southern Maine Community College's men's and women's basketball teams hosted Unity College and Vermont Tech this weekend. Saturday, the women downed Unity, 83-27, behind 19 points and 11 rebounds from Christina Ricci, 16 points and seven r...

  • Greely takes a pair at Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH—It wasn't always pretty but the Greely girls' and boys' basketball teams were happy to get out of Cape Elizabeth with victories Tuesday evening. The girls got their biggest scare from the Capers this decade, almos...

  • Despite snow and cold, local teams stay hot-Portland edition

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Portland-South Portland boys' basketball and Portland-South Portland boys' hockey stories, visit theforecaster.net) Although two days of games were lost to snow, there was plenty of drama in the last week. As we draw nearer to the playoffs, locals are ...

  • Cape Elizabeth boys' hockey rallies for stirring win

    PORTLAND—A comeback, a blown lead and a last-second game winner. Chris Grennon scored with five seconds left in overtime as Cape Elizabeth defeated Kennebunk in a roller-coaster boys' hockey matchup Saturday at Portland Ice Arena. Grennon knocked home Vinny Dell’Aquila&r...

  • Cheverus' surge continues with 61-51 win over Deering

    PORTLAND—While it wasn't quite as emphatic as some, you can chalk up another victory for the undefeated, defending Class A state champion Cheverus boys' basketball team. The Stags continued their roll through the region Saturday night with a 61-51 home win over Deering, one of the te...

  • Deering girls stay perfect with win at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—The Deering girls' basketball team is still unblemished. Cheverus, meanwhile, continues to wonder what it takes to beat one of its elite city rivals. In a Saturday afternoon special at Keegan Gymnasium, the Rams improved to 11-0 behind a stellar team-wide effort, pace...