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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...

  • Beach to Beacon boasts strong lineup again

    The 17th running of the TD Bank Beach to Beacon 10K will be held Saturday morning. Last summer, a record-setting 6,244 runners from 16 countries, 39 states and more than 250 Maine cities and towns competed over the 6.2-mile course through the streets and hills of Cape Elizabeth. In ...

  • Scarborough volleyball ousted in semifinals

    The Scarborough volleyball team's 2009 season came to an end Monday night, but you'd have a hard time finding disappointment after arguably the Red Storm's finest campaign to date. Five days after a long trip up the coast resulted in a quarterfinal round win over perennial contender Mt. Desert...

  • Three Portland-area boys' soccer teams ready for playoffs

    Three city boys' soccer teams hold championship dreams as the postseason begins Wednesday. In Western Class C, the defending regional champion Waynflete Flyers, coming off their finest regular season ever, hope to return to the state final and finish the job. The Flyers, ranked third in the re...

  • Greely survives Portland's challenge to win Western A girls' soccer quarterfinal, 1-0

    CUMBERLAND—The Greely girls' soccer team edged Portland 1-0 in the Western Class A quarterfinal round Tuesday night, then the news really got good. Moments after the victory, the Rangers learned that top-ranked Scarborough had been upset by No. 9 Marshwood, meaning if Greely ca...

  • Waynflete girls' soccer edges NYA 2-1 in quarterfinal showdown

    PORTLAND—Normally, when a Waynflete-North Yarmouth Academy girls' soccer playoff game ends, medals and plaques are awarded. That wasn't the case Tuesday afternoon as the Flyers hosted the Panthers in the quarterfinal round, not the Western Class C Final, but the hosts still had ...

  • Falmouth and Greely volleyball to meet in state final Saturday; Yarmouth eliminated in first round

    The fervently-hoped-for Falmouth-Greely state volleyball championship match will come to fruition later this week. The six-time defending state champion Rangers and the Yachtsmen, this year's headline-stealers, will do battle either Thursday evening or Saturday morning (the schools and the Mai...

  • Falmouth, Greely, Yarmouth girls' soccer advance; NYA ousted

    A year ago, the Falmouth girls' soccer team dropped a late regular season game at York, fell to the second seed for the Western Class B playoffs, then made a return visit to the Wildcats in the regional final and won en route to a state championship. The 2009 Yachtsmen hope that his...

  • NYA field hockey returns to state final; Falmouth ousted by York again

    SCARBOROUGH — As impressive as the North Yarmouth Academy field hockey team was in winning the 2008 Class C state championship, the 2009 version appears to be even better. Monday afternoon, the top-ranked Panthers wrapped up their second straight regional championship with a 2-1 victory over...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Cross country regionals, states postponed Due to Saturday's bad weather, the Maine Principals' Association pushed the cross country regional championships back a week to this coming Saturday, meaning the state championship meet will now be held Saturday, Nov. 7. Both meets will be conte...