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  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings Freeport High School is seeking head coaches for football and softball and a junior varsity coach for girls' lacrosse. Freeport Middle School has openings for 8th grad girls' lacrosse and 7th grade girls' lacrosse coaches. FMI, 865-4706, ext. 228 or

  • Stretch run begins as January ends

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Yarmouth, Greely-Lake Region and Yarmouth-Freeport girls' basketball game stories, with box scores and photos, see theforecaster.net) The winter sports season is rapidly coming to a close and once we dig out from all this snow, the final chapte...

  • Yarmouth boys have no trouble with Brunswick in crossover battle

    YARMOUTH—Despite losing several standouts to graduation and having to play a challenging schedule in the first half of the 2010 season, the two-time defending Class B state champion Yarmouth Clippers boys' lacrosse team continues to have no peer. The Clippers, who have already downed top...

  • Brunswick girls hold off NYA in thriller, 14-13

    YARMOUTH—Two of the most storied girls' lacrosse programs in state, strangers in countable games for six years, showed everyone Saturday morning why crossover contests are such a good idea for all concerned. The two-time defending Class A state champion Brunswick Dragons, from the Kenneb...

  • Bowdoin lax teams split in NESCAC playoffs

    Bowdoin's Russell Halliday scored with 5.8 seconds remaining to force overtime in the Polar Bears' 12-11 victory over Colby Sunday in NESCAC playoff action. The Polar Bears scored twice in the final 20 seconds of regulation, then got a goal from Ben Chadwick in overtime to advance to Saturday's s...

  • Good times keep rolling for Mid-Coast spring teams

    The first full week of spring sports action was memorable for many reasons. Here's why: Baseball The Brunswick baseball team has had the most success out of local teams this spring. The Dragons are now 3-3 on the year after wins last week over Morse, 8-7, and Mt. Ar...

  • Hyland signs Letter of Intent

    South Portland senior Keegan Hyland, who announced last week that he was going to attend and play basketball at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash., signed his National Letter of Intent Tuesday in his high school's...

  • SP Little League opens season

    The South Portland National Little League held Opening Day ceremonies Saturday. John "Slim" Lee (right), the unit director of the South Portland Boys and Girls Club since 1974 was honored for his commitment and devotion to the youth of the city and threw out the ceremonial first ball to Will Kirk...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Hyde senior to wrestle at Missouri Valley Hyde School senior Tierra Williams, of Bath, recently signed a national letter of intent to wrestle for Missouri Valley College next year. Williams was first in New England in 2008 and was the outstanding wrestler at the USA Wrestl...

  • Cape baseball rallies for revenge win; Capers down Greely in playoff rematch, 6-5

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Cam Brown capped a dramatic two-out, two-run rally in the sixth inning with an RBI single as the top-ranked Cape Elizabeth baseball team remained unbeaten with a crucial 6-5 victory over the Greely Rangers in a Western Class B showdown between the rivals on a surprisingly h...