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  • Falmouth field hockey blanks SP to advance

    FALMOUTH—One team was taking part in its 18th successive postseason. The other hadn't played in the playoffs in four years and hadn't won a win-or-go-home game in eight. Based on that disparity of experience, the ensuing result wasn't much of a surprise when the Falmouth Yacht...

  • Cheverus awakens, dances past Portland in prelim

    PORTLAND—For a month, Cheverus' field hockey team tried everything in its power to rediscover its scoring and winning touch. Turns out, the Stags simply needed a little rain dance. Saturday afternoon at Fitzpatrick Stadium, Cheverus, mired in a nine-game winless streak, took o...

  • McAuley rides defensive dominance to quarterfinal win

    PORTLAND—If offense is your thing, the Portland Exposition Building wasn't the place to be Monday afternoon, however, if you appreciate a 6-foot-2 standout with myriad skills, you had to come away impressed. McAuley sophomore Al...

  • Deering overcomes woeful start to beat TA, 44-30

    PORTLAND—For 16 minutes, the Deering girls' basketball team didn't come anywhere close to resembling the two-time defending Class A state champion. Luckily for the second-ranked Rams, they came to life in the second half and tha...

  • Top-ranked Capers advance

    PORTLAND—As expected, the top-ranked Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team got a scare from No. 9 Lake Region Saturday afternoon at the Portland Exposition Building, but the two-time defending regional champion Capers turned to their championship heart and experience and pulled away in the s...

  • South Portland downs Deering to advance

    PORTLAND—In just his second game back from a lengthy injury, South Portland senior standout Keegan Hyland reminded everyone at the Portland Exposition Building Saturday night that while he may be far from 100 percent, he is still a very, very dangerous player. Hyland scored 17 points...

  • Falmouth boys escape York in tournament opener, 59-49

    PORTLAND—The Falmouth boys' basketball team did just enough to advance Saturday afternoon, riding clutch play from its seniors down the stretch. Coming off their only loss of the season, the second-ranked Yachtsmen had to scratch and claw to get rid of pesky No. 7 York in the Western Cla...

  • Greely survives Maranacook in quarterfinals, Cape Elizabeth next

    PORTLAND—It wasn't easy, but the Greely boys' basketball team earned its eagerly-awaited tournament rematch with two-time defending Western B champion Cape Elizabeth. Saturday afternoon at the Portland Exposition Building, the fourth-ranked Rangers had just enough down the stretch to edg...

  • Portland's title quest comes to a quick end at the hands of Westbrook

    PORTLAND—Playing on their homecourt wasn't enough to save the Portland Bulldogs' season Saturday night. The seventh-ranked Bulldogs, who were devastated Friday when senior leader Joe Zukowski broke his ankle, had no answers for No. 2 Westbrook, its depth and the dominance of seniors ...

  • Unbeaten Scarborough girls begin title quest; Cape Elizabeth, SP face prelim tests

    (Ed. Note: For the Cape Elizabeth-Falmouth game story, please visit theforecaster.net) After the finest regular season in program history, the Scarborough girls' basketball team is ready to chase the big prize. Monday at 8:30 p.m., the 18-0 Red Storm will take the Portland ...