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  • One goal's enough to send Cape past Greely

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Cape Elizabeth's field hockey team keeps finding a way to win one-goal games. The Greely Rangers, meanwhile, are wondering what they have to do to get in the win column. Monday evening at Hannaford Field, the Capers played their fifth one-goal game of the season...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for football, boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Sept. 13, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon...

  • Falmouth hockey ousted in quarterfinals by TA

    At this point, it's just downright unfair. For years, the Falmouth boys' hockey team has watched in horror while its opponent has gotten the breaks, but this season, it looked as if the Yachtsmen might be primed to finally break through and win a first Western Class A title. Instead...

  • Greely's reign ends in valiant fashion

    PORTLAND—They could have folded. No one would have blamed them. After a long season full of stirring wins and maddening losses, the Greely boys’ hockey team finished up with a losing record yet some serious math landed the defending state champion the final playoff berth...

  • Yarmouth hockey wakes up the echoes, advances to regional final

    PORTLAND—In what’s still considered the greatest strategy ever employed to win a boxing match, Muhammad Ali perfectly executed what he would later call the “rope-a-dope” to regain the heavyweight title in 1974 with an eighth-round knockout of George Foreman. Lying a...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    McAuley seeking softball coach Catherine McAuley High School needs a varsity softball coach for the 2010 season. Candidates should have a solid background in softball as a player and/or coach. Previous coaching experience is preferred. FMI, 797-3802, ext. 2052, or

  • Scarborough seals its destiny, downs Skowhegan, 52-32, for first Class A crown

    PORTLAND — A group of girls who literally don't know how to lose, weren't about to taste defeat in the biggest game of their young lives Saturday afternoon at the Cumberland County Civic Center. The Scarborough girls' basketball team, which features players who went undefeated and wo...

  • Cheverus wins second Class A crown in three seasons

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus boys' basketball team has been called a lot of things this season, but when the dust settled Saturday evening at the Cumberland County Civic Center, only one moniker was appropriate: Champions. The Stags, behind the wizardry of embattled senior standout India...

  • Falmouth becomes team for the ages with OT win in scintillating state final

    BANGOR—In a building that oozes history and has seen so many memorable battles over the decades, the Falmouth and Camden Hills boys' basketball teams produced an instant classic in Friday night's Class B state championship game. At the venerable Bangor Auditorium, the Yachtsmen proved on...

  • Portland fifth grader third in national hoops competition

    Saint Brigid School fifth grader Brooke Dawson finished third at the recent NBA Dribble Dish and Swish competition, which features contestants navigating a time-based halfcourt obstacle course. Dawson was the New England regional champion and was recognized at a Boston Celtics' game in December. ...