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  • Cheverus comes to life, wins at Deering

    PORTLAND—For nearly five minutes Friday evening, Cheverus' boys' basketball team did little right and as a result, found itself in a mighty hole. Then, the Stags dug out of it and proved that it's not how you begin a game that matters, but how you finish. Cheverus fell behind ...

  • Waynflete boys still perfect after holding off OOB

    PORTLAND—The 2014-15 Waynflete boys' basketball team remains a work in progress, but there are signs that this squad, like last year's edition, could evolve into something quite special. Friday afternoon, the defending Western C champion Flyers hosted rival Old Orchard Beach and whil...

  • NYA girls' lax rallies past surprising Falmouth, 13-10

    YARMOUTH—The up-and-coming Falmouth girls' lacrosse team proved it was legitimate Tuesday afternoon, but the Yachtsmen didn't quite have enough to earn what would have been the biggest victory in program history. Falmouth held the lead much of way before host North Yarmouth Academy, comi...

  • Yarmouth boys' lax holds off Cape, 8-4, keeps home win streak alive

    YARMOUTH—They call it the "elephant in the room" and for at least another night, it stayed out of sight. The "it" in this case is awareness of the fact that the powerhouse Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team hasn't lost a game on its turf field since 2002, something the current players are ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Center for Grieving Children forming running team The Center for Grieving Children is forming a team for the Maine Marathon and Half Marathon to be held Oct. 3. The team is coached by RRCA certified coach Jeanne Hackett and meets once a week for a group run. Information se...

  • Good times keep rolling for city's spring teams

    The first full week of spring sports action was memorable for many reasons. Perennial powers did their thing, while at least one surprise team stole headlines. Here's a glimpse: Baseball The Cheverus baseball team continues to be one of the big stories in the early ...

  • Portland boys' lax still dominant, despite graduation losses

    PORTLAND — Heading into the 2010 boys' lacrosse season, many felt that the defending Class A state champion Portland Bulldogs would come back to the pack or possibly struggle after losing a unique core of dynamic and superb players. But with the new season now one-third complete, the Bul...

  • Portland Middle School hockey team wins division title

    The Portland Middle School JV boys' and girls' hockey team recently won the Ingals Division, a competitive and checking league. The squad lost almost every game in the first half of the season before rallying to win the title. The team is comprised of fifth through eighth graders. Back row...

  • Power Pigs win again

    Second row John Wescott powers through the Seacoast defense as teammate Henry MacVane follows up in support during Saturday's game. The Portland boys' U-19 rugby team defeated Seacoast N.H., 15-3, at the Cumberland Fairgrounds to up their record to 4-0. Portland got first half tries from wing Jon...

  • Yarmouth holds off Falmouth, 7-4, in boys' lax showdown

    FALMOUTH—The state's flagship program paid a visit to a team garnering a ton of buzz in a boys' lacrosse battle Friday afternoon. While two-time defending Class B state champion Yarmouth and the host Yachtsmen of Falmouth both had their moments in the first of two scheduled (and thre...