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  • Greely rallies, stuns Fryeburg in opener

    CUMBERLAND—If this is what Greely softball fans can look forward to the rest of the way, they'd be well advised to buckle up and perhaps invest in some heartburn medication. "This" was an Opening Day thriller for the ages Wednesday afternoon when the defending Western Class B champio...

  • Scarborough softball opens with statement win

    SCARBOROUGH—Every year, there's a buzz about a certain team and how it's ready to make a serious run at Scarborough's dominance on the softball diamond. This year's "it" team is Bonny Eagle and like so many other victims in the past, the Scots learned Wednesday morning in the regular...

  • Seacoast soccer team comes oh-so-close one more time

    The Seacoast United U-17 boys' soccer team, comprised of several players from Forecaster Country, once again fell just short of its ultimate goal at the US Youth Soccer Region I tournament. Seacoast lost in the championship game in 2006 and 2008 and fell again in the final at the tournament in W...

  • SP softball team wins district title

    The South Portland American softball team recently captured the District Six 11/12-year-old tournament at Scarborough High School with victories over Deering-Bayside, Cumberland/North Yarmouth, Westbrook, Cape Elizabeth, Gray-New Gloucester and two wins over South Portland National (1-0 and 7-5)...

  • South Sports Roundup: July 22

    SMCC accepting Hall of Fame nominations

  • Athletes make their mark at Clam Festival

    YARMOUTH — In addition to all of the other diversions at the Yarmouth Clam Festival last weekend, there were also athletic competitions, including a road race, bike race and tennis. The Pat's Pizza Clam Festival Classic 5-mile race was held Saturday and a familiar name took the title. North ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Legion season winding down The American and Junior Legion postseasons are set to begin. The latest Zone 4 standings had Cumberland (Greely) at 8-8, Yarmouth at 7-7 and Falmouth at 2-15. Only four teams make the zone playoffs this season and the winner will be dete...

  • Local sailors place second at Massachusetts regatta

    Falmouth's Charlie Lalumiere and Cumberland Foreside's Hannah Twombly, both age 14 and racing for the Portland Yacht Club's 420 race team, came in second overall out of 41 boats competing in their class at a recent event at the Hingham (Mass.) Yacht Club. It was the first regatta for both Lalumiere,...

  • Local players part of runner-up softball team

    The U-16 Southern Maine Flame ASA softball team, featuring local players, recently took home the runner-up trophy at the Eric Whitten Memorial Tournament. Kneeling (left to right): Kayla Santheson, Alana Peoples, Chelsea Watson, Ally Boyington, Lauren Nicholson, Jen Field.

  • Falmouth softball team wins regional crown

    Falmouth beat Westbrook 8-1 to win the championship game of the Maine District 6 Junior Softball All-Star championship for the second year in a row. Falmouth advanced to the state tournament in Saco. Front row (left to right): Amanda Carver, Leigh Wyman, Izzi Grasso. Ba...