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  • Women basketball players win gold medals

    Several local women won gold medals competing in basketball at the Maine Senior Games earlier in this month. From left, Tammie Higgins (Portland), Janet Grondin (Brunswick), Rita Maines (Brunswick), Jill Chinnery, (Colorado), Karen Croteau (Harpswell) and Nancy Fortin (Richmond) led the "Freedom"...

  • Yarmouth boys continue surge with win over York

    YARMOUTH—When the Yarmouth boys' soccer team is clicking, it's a sight to behold. Now if the Clippers would only stop digging themselves a hole, they'd be close to invincible. Saturday evening, Yarmouth continued its recent strong play with a dizzying display of ball control a...

  • Northern winter sports teams hit home stretch

    It's hard to believe, but the 2009-10 winter sports regular season is winding down. With only a handful of weeks remaining, here's a glimpse at where the locals stand. Boys' basketball The Falmouth boys' basketball team is still the team to beat in Western B,...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Local hockey players take part in AHL All-Star eventsFalmouth senior Dan Hanley, competed with the PlanetUSA AHL All-Stars, while North Yarmouth Academy's Matt Michaud suited up for the Candian All-Stars in Monday's All-Star Skills Competition. NYA sophomore Jake Landry an...

  • Greely frustrated by York again

    CUMBERLAND—The Greely girls’ basketball team labored through “one of those nights” Saturday when that one big basket or crucial moment to seize opportunity routinely presented itself and then just as quickly disappeared unfulfilled in another frustrating setback to the Yor...

  • Portland's winter teams near home stretch

    It's hard to believe, but the 2009-10 winter sports regular season is winding down. With only a handful of weeks remaining, here's a glimpse at where the locals stand. Boys' basketball While the city's Class A rivals were going head-to-head last week (please ...

  • Cheverus dominates city rivals to stay unbeaten

    PORTLAND — If there was any doubt as to the identity of the best boys' basketball team in the city of Portland, the Cheverus Stags squashed it like a grape like last week. The Stags remained undefeated, retained the top spot in the Western Class A Heal Points standings and showed tha...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Special Olympics seeking flag football volunteers Special Olympics of Cumberland County is seeking high school student volunteers to help out with the upcoming flag football league. All games will take place at YourSpace in Gorham from 5-7 p.m. beginning this Saturday and ...

  • Shorthanded Falmouth gives Biddeford a scare, but falls 3-1

    BIDDEFORD—The Falmouth boys' hockey team continued to run the gamut of its brutal schedule Wednesday afternoon without one of its top players. While the Yachtsmen weren't able to hand Biddeford its first loss of the year, they did impress with a 45-minute effort which reminded the Ti...

  • Favorites excel in Cheverus-Deering hoops twinbill

    PORTLAND—To say that the favored teams dominated in Tuesday night's Cheverus-Deering boys'-girls' basketball doubleheader would be a mighty understatement. In the girls' contest, the two-time defending Class A state champion Rams reminded everyone why they still must be taken serious...