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  • Falmouth handed first loss by York

    YORK—After two lopsided victories, the Falmouth football team got a chance to measure itself against a traditional power Friday evening, when the Yachtsmen traveled south to York. Falmouth began the game as if it was en route to another impressive performance, but ultimately, the Yac...

  • Falmouth's second half surge ends Freeport's win streak

    FREEPORT—Falmouth and Freeport reached the midway point of the 2014 field hockey regular season Friday afternoon and while both squads have enjoyed their share of success in the first half of the season, both have bigger aspirations down the road and an interclass tilt served as a good baro...

  • Bowdoin women advance to sectionals

    Bowdoin College refuses to let the winter sports season come to a close. Women's basketball Last weekend, the women's basketball team defeated Baruch, 67-53, and Western Connecticut, 65-43, to advance to the "Sweet 16," or sectionals of the Division III tournament, ...

  • Geoghegan shines at NE track meet

    Top local swimmers, track and field athletes and wrestlers measured themselves against the best in the region at recent New England meets. The indoor track and field championships were held last weekend in Boston and to no one's surprise, one local runner stole the show. Brunswick s...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick rec offering youth volleyballThe Brunswick Recreation Department and the Mid-Coast Junior Volleyball Club are conducting a four-week co-ed youth league in Brunswick on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, from mid- March until April school vacation. FMI,

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough resident to play in all-star classicScarborough's Carolyn Freeman, a one-time McAuley standout, now at St. Joseph's College, will take part in the 2010 New England Women's Basketball Association Senior All-Star Classic on March 27. Freeman averaged 10.0 points,...

  • Locals do well at New Englands

    Athletes from Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland took part in the recent swimming and diving and track and field New England championships. Indoor track and field held its meet in Boston Friday night. The top male finisher was Scarborough senior Ross Thomas, who was 11th...

  • Hoops season was nothing but net

    Another tremendous basketball season is in the books. The 2009-10 campaign had no shortage of drama, passion and excitement. When all was said and done, teams local teams were right in the middle of things, stealing headlines from start to finish. The Scarborough girls made the bigg...

  • Smith done at McAuley

    PORTLAND—Catherine McAuley High School girls' varsity basketball coach Wil Smith has stepped down after four seasons. Smith, who was involved with the Lions program for nearly a decade, felt the timing was right and stressed the desire to spend more time with family. "It was j...

  • Freeport ski team wins Spirit award

    The Freeport Middle School Alpine and Nordic ski teams recently won the Team Spirit Award. The Greg Waite Cup winner is determined by a ballot vote from all competing teams and honors the team with spirit, sportsmanship and camraderie for all.