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  • Yarmouth rallies past Freeport in playoff rematch

    FREEPORT—For most of the first half Tuesday afternoon, it looked like the Freeport girls' soccer team was the one looking to avenge a playoff loss from a year ago, not the Yarmouth Clippers. That's because the host Falcons took advantage of their two scoring opportunities to take a s...

  • Ashley steps down as Cheverus coach

    Richie Ashley, who took over a nascent, non-competitive Cheverus girls' basketball program and took the Stags to the brink of the state final, has stepped down as coach for personal reasons, per Cheverus athletic director Gary Hoyt. Ashley coached the Stags for seven seasons, posting a record of ...

  • Greely girls eye Gold Ball; Falmouth hosts prelim

    The girls' basketball tournament began Wednesday night when the eighth-ranked Falmouth Yachtsmen hosted No. 9 Cape Elizabeth in a preliminary round contest. The winner meets undefeated, top-ranked and defending regional champion York in the quarterfinals. Greely got a bye into the quarters...

  • Falmouth boys win WMC track title; Greely impresses as well

    Local runners, jumpers and throwers once again shined the brightest at Friday's Western Maine Conference indoor track and field championship meet at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham. The Falmouth boys took first place with 176 points, easily outdistancing runner-up York (104). Gr...

  • Falmouth 7th graders win tournament

    The Falmouth 7th grade girls' basketball team recently won the 2009-10 Freeport League title with a record of 11-1 and also captured the 2010 Central Maine Travel League title after going 3-0.Front row (left to right): Katie Greene, Ally Hickey, Jessica Burton, Katie BarlowBack row:...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Former NYA hockey player up for prestigious award Former North Yarmouth Academy student and boys' hockey player Dan Bartlett (Class of 2004 and The Forecaster's NYA Winter Male Athlete of the Year in 2004), now a senior forward at Princeton University, has been nominated f...

  • Lake Region sends Yarmouth boys packing in prelim

    YARMOUTH-Three years after dominating Lake Region from start to finish in a Western Class B preliminary round victory, the Yarmouth boys' basketball team got to experience a romp from the other side of the spectrum Tuesday night at Jack Stroud Memorial Gym. The Clippers scored just five po...

  • Cheverus boys top ranked again; Deering, Portland capable of making a run

    (Ed. Note: For the Cheverus-South Portland and Deering-Portland game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) The regular season is complete and three city boys' basketball teams are ready to make a run at the Class A state title. Cheverus tops again

  • Deering girls primed for three-peat; Cheverus, McAuley and Waynflete also dreaming of gold

    (Ed. Note: For the full McAuley-Cheverus and McAuley-Deering game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) If it's February, that means it's time for the Deering girls' basketball team to make a run at another Class A state championship. The Rams, along with Cheverus and McAuley, ...

  • Skiing, wrestling postseasons begin for Portland-area teams; boys' hockey finishing up

    Deering played host to the Western A wrestling regionals Saturday, local skiers have begun their postseasons, Portland's swim team took part in its Southwesterns meet and boys' hockey teams are looking to make the playoffs in our latest installment of where things stand. Wrestling