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  • What a thriller! Portland edges Deering in PKs in palpitating prelim

    PORTLAND—It was the worth the wait. Every agonizing second. Friday evening at Memorial Field, the Deering girls' soccer team hosted Portland in a Western Class A preliminary round playoff game and as it turned out, 80 minutes couldn't determine a winner. Nor could 30 mi...

  • NYA boys stunned by Sacopee in prelim

    YARMOUTH—A year ago, North Yarmouth Academy's boys' soccer team fell behind by a goal at home in its first playoff game, then rallied for a memorable win over rival Waynflete. This fall, the Panthers followed a familiar script, but couldn't achieve a similar ending. Friday aft...

  • Ferrante returns to coach McAuley softball

    Softball coach Robbie Ferrante, who coached at McAuley nearly three decades ago, will be the program's new coach this spring, replacing Danielle Salvaggio, the school announced last week. Ferrante was the varsity coach at Portland High until 2008, leading the Bulldogs to the 2004 Class A state ch...

  • Former Cheverus star leads college hockey team to playoffs

    Former Cheverus girls' hockey player Mollie Fitzpatrick, now a sophomore at Norwich University, helped lead her team to its second straight ECAC championship. Fitzpatrick, a 2008 Cheverus graduate and a Falmouth native, is a product of the Maine Girls' Ice Hockey program.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland hockey team earns sportsmanshp awardFor the second straight year, the Portland High boys' ice hockey team won the Western Class A Coaches' Sportsmanship award for Tier II. The Bulldogs went 9-10 this season and made it to the regional quarterfinals....

  • Local skiers impress at Eastern championships

    Several local skiers had top finishes at the recent state Alpine shootout at Mt. Abram where the top 90 skiers in the state competed to earn a chance to compete at the Eastern High School championships in New Hampshire. Local boys' qualifiers included Freeport's Ryan Collet (fourth), Cape Elizabe...

  • Faithfull named Mr. Basketball

    BANGOR— After a roller-coaster senior campaign, Cheverus point guard Indiana Faithfull finished in style. Faithfull, who led the Stags to their second Class A state championship in three seasons on Feb. 27, added a special feather to his cap Friday night at Husson University when he was ... 1

  • Bowdoin women advance to sectionals

    Bowdoin College refuses to let the winter sports season come to a close. Women's basketball Last weekend, the women's basketball team defeated Baruch, 67-53, and Western Connecticut, 65-43, to advance to the "Sweet 16," or sectionals of the Division III tournament, ...

  • Geoghegan shines at NE track meet

    Top local swimmers, track and field athletes and wrestlers measured themselves against the best in the region at recent New England meets. The indoor track and field championships were held last weekend in Boston and to no one's surprise, one local runner stole the show. Brunswick s...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick rec offering youth volleyballThe Brunswick Recreation Department and the Mid-Coast Junior Volleyball Club are conducting a four-week co-ed youth league in Brunswick on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, from mid- March until April school vacation. FMI,