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  • Cape Little League pitcher throws perfect game

    Curtis Sullivan, a member of the Cape Elizabeth 9/10 all-star gold baseball team, recently pitched a perfect game against Freeport. Sullivan retired all 18 batters he faced, including eight by strikeout. In an interesting twist, Sullivan followed in the footsteps of his father, Dan, and older bro...

  • Giroux Energy Services wins Portland Majors softball title

    The Giroux Energy Services team won the recent Portland Majors softball title for girls ages 9 and 10. Sadie Armstrong pitched the team to victory, beating Play It Again Sports in the title game. Armstrong went on to strike out 16 in a 9/10 all-star game against Windham/Raymond. Front row...

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland names new baseball coach South Portland has named Michael Owens its new varsity baseball coach. Owens, who replaces Tony DiBiase, now at Portland, coached high school baseball in Colorado previously and attended high school in Gorham. SP coach...

  • Falmouth girls squeak past Waynflete

    PORTLAND—The Falmouth girls' basketball team had Christmas come early Thursday evening. Trailing plucky host Waynflete by six points with just over a minute to go, the Yachtsmen turned up the defensive intensity, forced three successive turnovers which led to two layups and a 3-point...

  • South Portland Red Riots Winter Sports Preview

    Look for plenty of excitement for South Portland's winter sports teams. Boys' basketball has stolen headlines in recent years and that should again be the case in 2010-11. The girls' squad is in the playoff hunt. Boys' hockey is coming off its best season ever and is among the big boys in the sta...

  • Scarborough Red Storm Winter Sports Preview

    Scarborough's winter athletic program is daunting. The girls' basketball team won its first ever state championship a year ago. After being decimated by graduation, the Red Storm won't be as highly touted, but will be in the mix. The boys' team turned the corner a year ago and should be a playoff...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth baseball standout commits to Dartmouth Falmouth senior Matt MacDowell, a Western Maine Conference Class B all-star last spring, recently committed to attend and play baseball at Dartmouth College. MacDowell also plays hockey for the Yachtsmen. Cumbe...

  • Cape Elizabeth Capers Winter Sports Preview

    Cape Elizabeth's winter sports teams are likely in for an abundance of triumph in the weeks to come. Boys' basketball has advanced deep in the tournament for the past several seasons and this year could get back to the state game. After coming agonizingly close to making it to the Expo a year ago...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    McAuley hosting basketball alumnae game The first annual McAuley girls' basketball game will be held at the high school Monday, Dec. 27 at 5 p.m. There will be a reception afterwards. The game is for all alumnae. FMI,

  • Falmouth Yachtsmen Winter Sports Preview

    Falmouth has several winter sports teams capable of doing great things. Boys' basketball is the defending Class B champion and despite being hit hard by graduation, will be heard from in the weeks to come. The girls' program welcomes a new coach who has created a buzz with her pedigree. Boys' hoc...