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  • Another title for Falmouth 6th grade girls

    Falmouth's 6th grade girls' basketball team recently won the Cape Elizabeth Travel League championship's 'A' Division, beating South Portland, 39-24, in the title game.

  • Falmouth's 7th grade boys win 8th grade tourney

    Falmouth's 7th grade boys' basketball team recently won the 8th grade boys' club championship. Falmouth compiled a 35-3 record playing mostly 8th grade teams, won the Scarborough tournament and went undefeated in the middle school season. Back row (from left): Ike Kiely, Emmett Hamilton, ...

  • Repeat the theme in Forecaster Country this spring

    Seven different teams in our coverage area are defending state titles this spring and all have at least a puncher's chance of doing it again. On the diamond, Greely has won two of the past three Class B baseball titles. While the Rangers were hard-hit by graduation, they've slugged their w...

  • North Sports Roundup

    NYA hires new boys' hockey coachNorth Yarmouth Academy announced last week that it has hired Ed Harding as its new boys' hockey coach. Harding played at the University of Southern Maine and later for the Maine Mariners and Johnstown Chiefs. Harding brings 16 years of coach...

  • Portland High AD Drummond stepping down; Taking similar position in Windham

    PORTLAND — Rich Drummond, the Portland High athletic director since 2005, announced Monday that he is resigning, effective June 30, to assume the same position in his hometown of Windham. "I'm a resident of Windham," Drummond said. "The community is a place I see myself staying and b...

  • Baseball shocker; Deering's win streak ends with 5-4 loss to Cheverus

    Nothing lasts forever. But for the Deering Rams baseball team, it wasn’t supposed to end this way. When Cheverus junior Peter Potthoff scrambled home from third base on a passed ball with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, he accomplished far more than just scoring ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland, Cheverus in inital boys' lacrosse poll The first boys' lacrosse coaches' poll was released last week. Portland, the defending Class A state champion, was listed fourth behind Yarmouth, Falmouth and Brunswick. Cheverus was ranked ninth. PBC fighter ...

  • Baseball, softball upsets highlight early action for Portland-area teams

    (Ed. Note: For the full Cheverus-Scarborough, Cheverus-South Portland and Deering-South Portland boys' lacrosse game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) The 2010 spring sports season is now underway for virtually every city team and in just a few short days, there has already...

  • SP softball improves to 2-0 with 16-1 romp of Kennebunk

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Following last weekend's season-opening 4-1 victory at Sanford, South Portland softball coach Ralph Aceto was anything but pleased with his team's effort. Monday afternoon, Aceto had to search long and hard to find something to criticize. Hosting a Kennebunk squ...

  • Rugby team improves to 3-0

    Scrumhalf Ian Keith, of Portland High, breaks the tackle attempt of Upper Valley, New Hampshire's Thorn Chhloeum, as Steve Teng and Tomas Callan look to support, during the Portland boys' U-19 rugby club's 43-5 victory Saturday. Keith scored three tries as the "Power Pigs" upped their conference ...