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  • South Sports Roundup

    Outdoor track all-state team named The Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association recently named its all-state team, which included several local standouts. The girls' first-team included South Portland's Shannon Conley. South Portl...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    All-star senior soccer game on-tap Several recently graduated local boys' and girls' soccer standouts will take part in the 24th annual Western Maine Conference vs. Southwestern Maine Activities Association all-star soccer tournament to benefit Special Olympics Maine Tuesday, Aug. 5 at W...

  • Falmouth wins 6th grade football title

    The Falmouth 6th grade varsity football team defeated Cumberland 41-22 Sunday at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland to win the Maine Youth Football League's Jim Hartman Trophy. Bottom row (left to right): Zed Wellings-Hamlin, Jacob Armitage, Sean Bryant, Connor Aube, Thomas Coyne, Dev...

  • North Sports Roundup

    United Way Night at Friday Pirates' game Ticket proceeds from this Friday night's Portland Pirates home game will go to the United Way Greater Portland's annual campaign. One hundred percent of the ticket price of Main or Quarter Deck seats will be donated. FMI,

  • Yarmouth football keeps dream season alive; Falmouth closes with win over Greely

    The storybook season of the Yarmouth football team added another improbable and inspirational chapter Friday night in Livermore Falls. In the first playoff game in their young history, the Clippers went back-and-forth with the established and higher-seeded Andies in the Western Class C quarter...

  • Greely's experience, poise too much for Falmouth in memorable volleyball final

    GORHAM—It might have been the closest 3-0 match in memory. Saturday's highly-anticipated inaugural Class A state championship between six-time reigning champion Greely and top-ranked upstart Falmouth brought a full house to the gymnasium at Gorham High School. Those on hand got a...

  • Waynflete girls on brink of return trip to Class C Final; Cheverus denied by Gorham again, Portland eliminated by Greely

    The defending Class C state champion Waynflete Flyers girls' soccer team got its biggest test out of the way right out of the gate and is now on the brink of a return trip to the state final. Last Tuesday, the Flyers held off rival and nemesis North Yarmouth Academy,

  • Cheverus sweeps Western A cross country crowns: Both Deering teams, Waynflete girls also qualify for states

    Local cross country runners made the most of their extra week of preparation for the regional championships and stepped up big-time Saturday at Twin Brook Recreation Area in Cumberland. Cheverus lived up to preseason billing by sweeping the Western A crowns. In the boys' race, the ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    United Way Night at Friday Pirates' game Ticket proceeds from this Friday night's Portland Pirates home game will go to the United Way Greater Portland's annual campaign. One hundred percent of the ticket price of Main or Quarter Deck seats will be donated. FMI,

  • Portland vanquished in final minute by Bonny Eagle, 25-19

    STANDISH — Bonny Eagle scored with 28 seconds remaining to defeat Portland, 25-19, and end the Bulldogs' season in agonizing fashion Saturday afternoon in a Western Class A quarterfinal round showdown. Ryan Nason's third down, 3-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Amell gave the third-seeded Scots ...