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  • Cardiac Capers do it again, rally to stun Greely in semifinals

    CUMBERLAND—If the parents and fans of the Cape Elizabeth volleyball team have no remaining fingernails, are experiencing heart palpitations or have suddenly seen their hair turn gray, there's an easy explanation. The Capers are stretching their very sanity to the limit. Match ...

  • Yarmouth blanks Woodland, returns to Class B final

    YARMOUTH—The best team in the history of the Yarmouth volleyball program is just one win away from another championship trophy. The Clippers, who excelled during the regular season, began their postseason Wednesday when they visited a squad which traveled a long, long way, Woodland, ...

  • Falmouth boys' lax fends off NYA's upset bid, 12-9

    YARMOUTH—The Falmouth boys' lacrosse team has risen to prominence so quickly that we occasionally forget that the Yachtsmen are still learning their way. A perfect example came Wednesday afternoon when Falmouth, coming off a close home loss to two-time defending Class B champion Yarmouth...

  • Milestone win for Waynflete coach; Cathie Connors earns 200th victory

    PORTLAND—Monday afternoon's 17-6 home victory by the Waynflete girls' lacrosse team over Freeport wasn't just a run of the mill win in yet another season. Instead, it proved historic. That's because for the 200th time since inheriting the Flyers program at the ripe age of 22, coac...

  • Good times keep rolling for northern spring teams

    (Ed. Note: For the Falmouth-Cape Elizabeth and Greely-Waynflete girls' lacrosse game stories, please visit, theforecaster.net) The first full week of spring sports action was memorable for many reasons. Here's why: Baseball While Greely's defending C...

  • Yarmouth lax teams ace early tests; NYA girls avenge state game loss

    (Ed. Note: For each of the following game stories, in full, please visit theforecaster.net) The season is still in its veritable infancy, but local lacrosse fans have already been treated to several delicious showdowns in recent days. There were four compelling battles in a...

  • Greely baseball lets one slip away at Cape in playoff rematch

    CAPE ELIZABETH— Greely's arch rival Cape Elizabeth staged a dramatic two-out, two-run rally in the bottom of the sixth to upend the Rangers, 6-5, in Monday's Western Class B showdown. The Capers' rally in the bottom of the sixth spoiled a courageous outing on the bump from Greely sen...

  • JO volleyball team posts best finish yet

    Greely's Michaela Campbell from Greely goes up for a spike during the season finale for the Portland North U-18 Gold Junior Olympic volleyball team Sunday. Greely's Sara Warnock (dropping into coverage) and Falmouth's Emma Wilberg (libero, in dark blue shirt) also took part, as did Falmouth's Kat...

  • Sports Roundup

    Falmouth American Legion tryout Saturday Falmouth Post 164 American Legion baseball is holding a tryout Saturday at 10 a.m., at Falmouth High School. FMI,797-6124 or kwinship@maine.rr.com

  • Falmouth sailing team wins qualifier

    That Falmouth High varsity sailing team recently won the O'Day Trophy regional qualifier, beating 10 in- and out-of-state foes. Charlie Lalumiere and Ellie MacEwen tied for first place in their division and Holly Poole and Cam Pennoyer placed second in their division, behind the first place boat ...