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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf tournament upcoming The second annual Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf scramble will be held Monday, Aug. 10 at the Falmouth Country Club. Tee time is 8 a.m. The cost is $125 for an individual or $625 for a team. FMI, 504-6182.

  • Sterling returns to NYA field hockey

    Julia Sterling, who led North Yarmouth Academy's field hockey program to a pair of state titles in an eight-year tenure between 2003-10, is returning to the program to replace Tracy Quimby, who recently stepped down after four seasons. The Panthers reached the Western C semifinals in 2014.

  • Greely girls continue surge with 4-0 win over Cape

    CUMBERLAND—It took the Greely girls' soccer team a little while to hit its stride this fall, but have the Rangers ever come to life. Tuesday evening, Greely extended its win streak to five games with a resounding 4-0 victory over visiting Cape Elizabeth. Sophomore Sammi Toorish, now ...

  • Stretch run arrives for Forecaster Country teams

    With October upon us, it won't be long before local athletes and teams will be taking part in the postseasons of their respective sports. Golf's team championships are just days away and field hockey's regular season will be done by this time next week. Here's a look at where your favorite te...

  • Perfect season continues for Clippers

    YARMOUTH — The Yarmouth girls' soccer team went to bed Monday night knowing they'd done something that none of their accomplished predecessors had managed, a 10-0 start. The Clippers continued their dream season in the past week with hard-fought wins over rivals and neighbors North Y...

  • Scarborough field hockey back on track; Red Storm hold off Westbrook, 2-1

    SCARBOROUGH—Coming off their first regular season loss in three years, the Scarborough field hockey team returned to form Monday afternoon. Hosting rival Westbrook in a pivotal Western Class A affair, the top-ranked Red Storm got two first half goals, then held on for dear life as th...

  • Stretch run arrives for city teams

    With October upon us, it won't be long before local athletes and teams will be taking part in the postseasons of their respective sports. Golf team championships are just days away and field hockey's regular season will be done by this time next week. Here's a look at where your favorite teams st...

  • Maine Marathon produces another memorable show

    Anyone planning a fall wedding hoping to have ideal weather conditions ought to consider holding their special day in concert with the Maine Marathon. Sunday, yet again, the marathon was run in comfortable early fall weather, as a record number of finishers took part in the race, which tra...

  • Yarmouth football rallies for clutch win; Freeport, Greely also triumph, Falmouth falls in new field opener

    The biggest kick in the history of the Yarmouth football program leaves the foot of Bryce Snyder and splits the uprights from 28-yards Saturday afternoon. Snyder's field goal gave the Clippers a 16-14 lead and they held on to beat the host Lisbon Greyhounds, improving to 5-0 in the process.

  • Deering's legit; Rams pummel TA, 35-6

    SACO—Jamie Ross and the Deering High football team sent a rather loud message out to the rest of the league with a big time drubbing of previously unbeaten Thornton Academy on a perfect Saturday afternoon where Western Class A football was king and the Rams were in charge of everything else... 1