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  • Freeport honors top fall athletes

    Freeport recently handed out awards to its top fall athletes. Football named Pete LaMagna the Best Offensive Player. Jake Farmer was named Best Defensive Player. Justin Laveque was given the Booster's Pride and Character Award. Boys' soccer gave Coach's Awards to Caleb Abbott and Bl...

  • North Sports Roundup

    McAuley basketball clinic offered The four-time defending Class A state champion McAuley girls' basketball program is offering a clinic for three weeks in December. The clinic will be run by varsity coach Billy Goodman and the players. On Sundays Dec. 7, 14 and 21, 45 minutes will be dev...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland lacrosse openingPortland High is seeking an assistant varsity girls' lacrosse coach for the 2010 season. FMI, drummr@portlandschools.org.SMCC women win conference title The Southern Maine Community College women's basketball team won...

  • Bowdoin women's basketball hosting regional; other sports wind down

    The winter sports season at Bowdoin College is coming to a close, but the excitement is ongoing for a pair of teams. Here's a glimpse: Basketball The women's basketball team is on to the national tournament once again. In the NESCAC tournament, the Polar Bears beat ...

  • Portland gymnast places first

    Portland's Ava Gaudet placed first in the floor and beam, was second in vault and bars and finished all-around in Level 4 in the recent Let's Make a Deal meet in Sterling, Mass. Sophia Ham, also in Level 4, placed fifth all-around after finishing fourth in beam and floor and fifth in vault an...

  • Deering hockey falls in quarterfinals

    The exciting run of the Deering boys' hockey team came to a close last week with a 7-0 loss to powerhouse Thornton Academy in the Western Class A quarterfinals. One year removed from a 2-16 season, the Rams, behind a small, but talented roster and the able guidance of first-year coach Jack...

  • Local hockey team wins tournament

    The Casco Bay Bantam Minors won the recent New Hampshire Junior Monarchs President's Day AAA tournament. Led by Ben Freeman's five goals and three assists, the Bantam Minors went 5-0 in the tournament. The Minors beat the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs 6-3 in the final. The team also featured goal...

  • Falmouth hockey ousted in quarterfinals by TA

    At this point, it's just downright unfair. For years, the Falmouth boys' hockey team has watched in horror while its opponent has gotten the breaks, but this season, it looked as if the Yachtsmen might be primed to finally break through and win a first Western Class A title. Instead...

  • Greely's reign ends in valiant fashion

    PORTLAND—They could have folded. No one would have blamed them. After a long season full of stirring wins and maddening losses, the Greely boys’ hockey team finished up with a losing record yet some serious math landed the defending state champion the final playoff berth...

  • Yarmouth hockey wakes up the echoes, advances to regional final

    PORTLAND—In what’s still considered the greatest strategy ever employed to win a boxing match, Muhammad Ali perfectly executed what he would later call the “rope-a-dope” to regain the heavyweight title in 1974 with an eighth-round knockout of George Foreman. Lying a...