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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...

  • Hoops season was nothing but net

    Another tremendous basketball season is in the books. The 2009-10 campaign had no shortage of drama, passion and excitement. When all was said and done, teams local teams were right in the middle of things, stealing headlines from start to finish. The Scarborough girls made the bigg...

  • 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...

  • Smith done at McAuley

    PORTLAND—Catherine McAuley High School girls' varsity basketball coach Wil Smith has stepped down after four seasons. Smith, who was involved with the Lions program for nearly a decade, felt the timing was right and stressed the desire to spend more time with family. "It was j...

  • Freeport ski team wins Spirit award

    The Freeport Middle School Alpine and Nordic ski teams recently won the Team Spirit Award. The Greg Waite Cup winner is determined by a ballot vote from all competing teams and honors the team with spirit, sportsmanship and camraderie for all.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland High lax opening Portland High is seeking an assistant varsity girls' lacrosse coach for the 2010 season. FMI, drummr@portlandschools.org. Portland Porpoises holding open registration The Portland Porpoises swim team is holding open ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Back Bay lax registration Back Bay Lacrosse is now accepting registration for Portland area boys and girls in grades 3-8. Practices start in early April. FMI, backbaylacrosse.com.

  • Woodhouse wins Butler Award

    Waynflete senior Morgan Woodhouse (left) was named the female winner of the 2010 Bob Butler Award at Monday night's Western Maine Conference awards banquet in South Portland. The award is given to a senior for overall good citizenship, sportsmanship, leadership, dedication to team play and qualit...