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  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Seacoast United Maine accepting registrations Seacoast United Maine is accepting registrations for its boys' fall travel soccer teams for ages 7 through 14. Players must be from Brunswick or surrounding communities which don't have a fall travel program. FMI, 358-7852,

  • South Sports Roundup

    Outdoor track all-state team named The Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association recently named its all-state team, which included several local standouts. The girls' first-team included South Portland's Shannon Conley. South Portl...

  • McAuley feels the pain in close loss to Biddeford

    PORTLAND—The McAuley girls' basketball team appeared to have turned the corner after junior standout Rebecca Knight returned to action last week. Knight, who's already committed to the University of Maine, bounced back from an ankle injury and led the Lions to a pair of wins, but in a pa...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland kids win Hoop Shoot Portland's Isabel Dawson and Katasia Titherington won their respective age groups in the Elks Hoop Shoot contest Sunday at McAuley High School. Dawson was tops in the girls' 8-9 age division, while Titherington won the girls' 10-11 group. The t...

  • Cheverus girls fall short against Scarborough

    PORTLAND — The team of the present taught the team of the future a thing or two Saturday afternoon. The undefeated and top-ranked Scarborough girls' basketball squad displayed its depth, balance and defensive tenacity in an impressive 56-40 win over once-beaten Cheverus at Keegan Gym...

  • Dramatic wins highlight return to action for Portland teams

    The first week of 2010 high school sports action was full of memorable moments. Boys' basketball On the hardwood, the Cheverus boys continue to lead the way. The Stags are now 9-0 after wins last week over Thornton Academy (

  • Scarborough's defense, experience too much for Cheverus: Red Storm stay perfect with 56-40 win

    PORTLAND—The team of the present taught the team of the future a thing or two Saturday afternoon. The undefeated and top-ranked Scarborough girls' basketball squad displayed its depth, balance and defensive tenacity in an impressive 56-40 win over once-beaten Cheverus at Keegan Gymnasium...

  • No revenge for Greely: Rangers fall 51-43 at York

    YORK—Round One goes to the Wildcats. And that's not what the Greely girls' basketball team expected after stewing for nearly a year, eagerly awaiting another crack at a York squad that ended their season last winter in last February's Western Class B Final. Friday night, the R...

  • McAuley dominates South Portland, 47-31

    PORTLAND—Here’s a phrase that most certainly will be reeling off The Forecaster’s printing presses with regularity for the rest of this basketball season and beyond: 6-foot-2 center Alexa Coulombe. That’s in McAuley’s sensational sophomore with the type of complete game that alre...

  • Red Riots find a way, rally at Deering to stay unbeaten

    PORTLAND—Perhaps it's now time to give the South Portland boys' basketball team its due. All winter, the Red Riots have been judged more on who's not in the lineup than who is, but Thursday evening in a hostile environment at Deering, South Portland proved once and for all that its s...