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  • Falmouth swimmer and diver honored

    Falmouth sophomore Charlotte Janelle and junior Jake Perron were honored at the Maine Interscholastic Swim League Awards Banquet for winning state championships. Perron, the Class A state champion in the 50 free and 500 free, and Janelle, Class A state champion diver, were both named all-state.&n...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA boys' soccer coach steps down North Yarmouth Academy boys' soccer coach Martyn Keen has stepped down. Keen went 42-20-4 in four seasons with the Panthers and guided them to the 2010 Class C state final and a perfect regular season a year ago. Keen is the Director of Coaching with the...

  • Portland football teams 2-for-3: Portland routs Gorham for fourth straight; Cheverus improves to 5-1; Deering loses fourth straight at SP

    The fact that two of three city football teams appear playoff bound at the three-quarters pole of the 2009 season isn't much of a surprise. What is unexpected, however, is that the team on the outside looking in will likely be the Deering Rams. After another exciting weekend of acti... 1

  • No repeat for Deering golf; Rams place third behind TA, SP at Class A states; Cheverus finishes sixth

    A year ago, the Deering golf team became the feel-good story of the season by rising from virtual obscurity to win an improbable Class A state championship. This fall, with everyone back, the Rams were heavy favorites to repeat. They had to like their chances after going 9-1 in the...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Former New England Patriots coming to Portland for flag football game Former New England Patriots standouts Ronnie Lippett and Roland James will compete with the New England Patriots Alumni Flag Football team and take part in a game against the Cumberland County Sheriff's P.A.L. and ECM...

  • South Portland magic continues as Red Riots rally for dramatic 36-34 win over Deering

    SOUTH PORTLAND—If one roller coaster ride of emotional ecstasy wasn't enough for South Portland football fans this season, the Red Riots gave their followers a new set of thrills Friday night in the rain at Martin Memorial Stadium. Two weeks after turning its season around with a stunning 48...

  • Scarborough vanquishes Cheverus 3-1 in battle of field hockey unbeatens

    PORTLAND—Something had to give when the 13-0 Cheverus Stags hosted the 12-0 defending Western Class A champion Scarborough Red Storm in a field hockey showdown Thursday afternoon. While the Stags were able to strike first, ultimately, the powerhouse Red Storm wore them down, tying...

  • Action heats up for local teams as postseason nears

    While it seems like only yesterday that we were previewing the fall sports season, the fact of the matter is that the playoffs are right around the corner. The field hockey regular season comes to an end this week and the golf team state match is Saturday in Vassalboro. While football, soccer,...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Local men honored by Maine Sports Legends Former South Portland High varsity football coach and teacher John Wolfgram, former Red Riots men's basketball coach Tony Hamlin and former Cape Elizabeth coach Leroy Rand (posthumous) will be inducted into the Maine Sports Legends Hall of Honor...

  • Playoff push arrives for local teams

    It's hard to believe, but the field hockey regular season is coming to a close and the golf state championships are being held Saturday. While football, soccer and cross country still have a few weeks later, we're closer to the end of the season than the beginning. Here's a look at where local teams...