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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Football preview show Thursday Forecaster Sports Editor Michael Hoffer will join Kalle Oakes of the Sun Journal and Travis Lee on Channel 8's high school football preview show Thursday at 7 p.m. The show will focus on the upcoming season, including local players and teams, and will lead ...

  • Get your baseball predictions here

    As the calendar approaches September, the Major League Baseball playoff picture is starting to take shape. A nightmare season for Red Sox fans has been a sweet dream for fans of low-payroll teams like the Royals and Brewers. Here’s one fan’s view of how the rest of the season will sha...

  • Cape Elizabeth holds off Yarmouth to stay unbeaten

    YARMOUTH-In a contest reminiscent of last year's Western B quarterfinal, the Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team stayed perfect on the 2009-10 season by holding off a spirited effort from the host Yarmouth Clippers, 64-56, Thursday evening at Jack Stroud Memorial Gym.The teams were tied a...

  • Scarborough's Hoxsie named All-American

    Scarborough Fall Male Athlete of the Year Trevor Hoxsie, a senior, was named to the All-New England team at Sunday's 36th annual Maine Soccer Coaches' Association All-Star banquet. Hoxsie led the Red Storm to a second straight Class A championship by scoring a goal in the final. Former Scarboroug...

  • Scarborough boys' hoops team suffers first loss of the season at Deering

    PORTLAND—The run, run Scarborough boys’ basketball team crashed head-on into a collection of high-octane Deering guards Friday night with plans of employing the same up-tempo approach to win the game.In this one, the Red Storm were not up to the task, falling behind 17-6 after a first ...

  • Statement win for Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH—The guard has officially been changed.Last Friday evening at Alumni Gym, Scarborough proved once and for all that it's as good as anyone, rallying from 12 points down in the third period to make a powerful statement in front of the home folks, taking the lead for good on two ...

  • South Portland hockey on track early after beating Portland

    PORTLAND-All things being equal, the South Portland boys’ hockey team is more or less right where it should be – and likely even where it planned to be - after splitting its first two games to begin the season.The Red Riots knew for some time they would lace them up against powerhouse ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC drops hoops doubleheader to rival Tuesday night, Southern Maine Community College hosted rival Central Maine CC in a basketball doubleheader to wrap up the first semester. The women hung tough throughout, but fell 60-55, dropping to 5-5 overall (5-2 in the conference)...

  • Strong starts the theme for winter teams; So far, so good on hardcourt, ice and in pool

    The 2009-10 winter sports season has only just begun, but it has left a lot of smiles in its wake. Boys' basketball While Scarborough's boys' basketball team was going down to its first defeat (please see story), Cape Elizabeth and South Portland continue to impress...

  • Hoffman-Johnson named All-American again

    Falmouth senior Gabe Hoffman-Johnson was selected as Maine's boys' soccer All-American at the 36th annual Maine Soccer Coaches' All-Star Banquet earlier this month. Hoffman-Johnson, who also earned All-American honors in 2008, is an All-New England selection and was also chosen the boys' Class B ...