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  • Capers chill Clippers in softball opener

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Even when the wind and cold are conspiring against them, the mighty bats of the Cape Elizabeth softball team find a way. Thursday afternoon at Capano Field, in the lidlifter of a season expected to bring much triumph to the Capers, the biggest blows weren't shots over ...

  • Cumberland student-athlete earns hockey honor

    Cumberland's Isaac Lipton, who played varsity soccer, hockey and lacrosse for North Yarmouth Academy as a freshman and sophomore, now a senior at Northfield Mount Hermon School, was recently given the "Mr. Hockey" award by coach Tom Pratt. Lipton is also the co-captain for lacrosse and has been...

  • Cape's Daly wins Peaks to Portland swim

    A colorful group of swimmers worked their way from Peaks Island to Portland's East End Beach Saturday in the annual Peaks to Portland Swim. When all was said and done, 220 swimmers finished the course.

  • Local standouts take part in classic Lobster Bowl

    They call it the Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic and Saturday's 20th version of the mid-summer football showdown more than lived up to the "classic" moniker. The West team couldn't hold an early 10-0 advantage, nor a late 16-10 lead and dropped an agonizing 17-16 decision when Edwa...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Basketball team wins Senior Games title Triple Threat, the Maine 50's women's basketball team captured the gold medal in the National Senior Games in California by beating a team from Colorado by four points in double overtime. It was the state's first championship ...

  • Local baseball, softball teams impress

    It's an exciting time of year for local baseball and softball players and fans. Last weekend, the South Portland American All-Stars 11-12 softball team captured the state championship in dramatic fashion. South Portland went 4-1 in the state tournament in Auburn and saved its best ...

  • Local standouts take part in classic Lobster Bowl

    They call it the Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic, and Saturday's 20th version of the mid-summer football showdown more than lived up to the "classic" moniker. The West team couldn't hold an early 10-0 advantage, nor a late 16-10 lead and dropped an agonizing 17-16 decision when Edw...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    MCU soccer tryouts upcoming Tryouts for the Maine Coast United soccer team will be held Sunday at Yarmouth High School's turf field. U-12 and U-13 boys go at 10 a.m. U-12 and U-13 girls, along with U-14 boys go at 11:30 a.m. At 1 p.m., U-14 girls and U-15 and U-1...

  • Peaks to Portland once again a success

    A colorful group of swimmers worked their way from Peaks Island to Portland's East End Beach Saturday in the annual Peaks to Portland Swim. When all was said and done, 220 swimmers finished the course.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC accepting Hall of Fame nominations