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  • SP lax standout competes at elite showcase

    South Portland rising senior Jack Fiorini scored five goals and added three assists in helping the New England team go 6-1 and reach the championship game of the Brine National Lacrosse Classic in Virginia last weekend. Fiorini was named one of nine Maine All-Americans after helping the Red Riots...

  • Local standouts again dominate lax All-American teams

    The 2015 lacrosse season featured excellence from local players, so it came as no surprise to learn that this year's All-American teams featured several familiar names. This spring, one local girl and seven boys were honored. Standouts U.S. Lacrosse describes All-Americans ...

  • Cross country rivals race, stay friends

    (Ed. Note: Johnny Lake is a senior at Falmouth High School and is contributing periodic reports on the Yachtsmen's cross-country team and the sport in general during the upcoming season) In sports such as football, soccer and basketball, rivalries are an arbitrary, shared hatred ...

  • Falmouth football enters Cape showdown 3-0; Yarmouth, Greely win, Freeport drops tight one

    Falmouth junior Jack Cooleen runs for a touchdown during the Yachtsmen's 47-14 victory over Lake Region Saturday night. The Yachtsmen go to defending regional champion Cape Elizabeth for a battle of the unbeatens Friday.

  • Falmouth girls' soccer coach steps down after disagreement

    FALMOUTH — After one year and four games, Jon Shardlow is no longer the coach of the Falmouth girls' soccer team. Shardlow confirmed that he stepped down last week as the Yachtsmen's coach, but opted not make additional comments, deflecting queries to Falmouth High School athletic di...

  • Yarmouth edges Greely, 4-3, in boys' soccer thriller

    CUMBERLAND—The Yarmouth boys' soccer team gave up a goal for the first time this season, then a second and a third, but the Clippers still found a way to stay undefeated. Yarmouth responded well to its first dose of adversity this season, riding junior Sam Torres' goal with 20:09 to ...

  • Another exciting week as fall officially arrives for city sports teams

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Deering-Bonny Eagle football story, with additional photos, please visit theforecaster.net) Colors are beginning to change and there is definitely a chill in the air as the calendar confirms that autumn is here. What that means for athletes and t...

  • Portland football in the win column after downing Westbrook, 27-16

    PORTLAND—Portland High football coach Mike Bailey made the decision to download the “iMadhi Tailback App” and had it up and running in time for the Westbrook Blue Blazes on Thursday night in a must-win situation after a two-game slide to open the season. The Bulldogs&rsqu...

  • Cheverus pulls away from SP in battle of unbeatens, 45-21

    SOUTH PORTLAND—A big-game environment returned to Martin Memorial Field Friday evening when the host 2-0 Red Riots welcomed 2-0 Cheverus in a battle of two of the premier football teams in Western Class A so far this season. The Stags, who hadn't been tested in their first two outing...

  • SP field hockey earns first win with 2-0 upset at Cheverus

    PORTLAND—Despite an 0-4 start, the South Portland field hockey team felt it was still formidable and was about to turn the corner. Saturday morning, the Red Riots made the turn. Visiting an undefeated Cheverus squad which was coming off an inspirational victory, South Portland...