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  • Winter sports season all but over

    With only the Brunswick boys' hockey team still alive at press time, it's almost time to put the 2014-15 winter sports season to bed. It's a busy and triumphant week for Mid-Coast athletes and here's a glimpse at what you might have missed: Basketball The last two basketbal...

  • State meet glory in swimming, skiing and track; Boys' hockey playoffs underway

    February vacation week is anything but a week off for local winter sports athletes and this year's round of indoor track, swimming and skiing state meets once again produced an abundance of stellar performances. If that wasn't enough for the ...

  • Cape boys' tennis wins Western B; Scarborough boys lose in regional final

    It took five years, but the Cape Elizabeth boys' tennis team is back where it feels it always belongs, the state championship match. Wednesday afternoon at Bates College in Lewiston, the third-ranked Capers completed an impressive regional playoff run with a 5-0 win over No. 6 York to capt...

  • South Sports Roundup

    New Casco Bay Sports offerings in June Casco Bay Sports is offering a Wednesday night Twilight Flag Football league, beginning June 23, a Monday night soccer league, starting June 28, and a Tuesday night summer dodgeball league, beginning June 29. FMI,

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA announces inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame class North Yarmouth Academy inducted its initial Edgar F. White '38 Athletic Hall of Fame class Sunday. Inductees included White, whose gift allowed the school to found the Hall. White was a member of the 1938 baseball team th...

  • Waynflete girls' lax heats up, races past Wells in semifinal, 18-7

    PORTLAND—The Waynflete girls' lacrosse team learned a valuable lesson Thursday afternoon as it opened the 2010 postseason. It can't afford to overlook anyone. The top-ranked Flyers, the two-time defending Class B state champion, found themselves locked in a tussle with unheral...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mainley Stars field hockey camp next month

  • Brunswick boys' track wins Class A title; Playoffs underway in other sports

    The Brunswick boys' outdoor track team, led by senior distance standout Will Geoghegan, won the Class A title for the first time in 14 seasons Saturday in Augusta. That championship was the biggest highlight of a postseason that figures to only get more compelling in the days to come. ...

  • Cheverus girls' lax moves on with 5-3 win over Portland; Stags go to Mt. Ararat for semifinals

    PORTLAND—Cheverus senior goalie Katie Haley saved the day and by extension her team's season Wednesday afternoon. Haley stopped 18 shots, some in spectacular fashion and all of them crucial, as the Stags held off Portland's strong effort, 5-3, in the Eastern A quarterfinals at Boulos...

  • Four local baseball squads optimistic entering playoffs

    The four local baseball teams which qualified for the postseason all have legitimate reasons to believe that they can steal the headlines over the next week-and-a-half. In Western B, Yarmouth completed its finest regular season in 15 years, going 15-1, and earned the No. 2 seed behind Cape...