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  • Deering wins Saturday morning special at Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH—First-year Deering baseball coach Josh Stowell said prior to Saturday's 10 a.m. contest that it was good for his players to have an early wakeup call. He was right. Despite the hour and a sluggish first inning, the Rams continued their surprising march to a winning...

  • Yarmouth Express rolls on with win over Waynflete

    YARMOUTH—The good times keep rolling for the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team. Friday evening, the red-hot Clippers hosted Waynflete and while they ran into some familiar offensive problems, they figured them out and took care of business. Yarmouth's defense pitched a shutout in t...

  • Cape baseball wins regional crown; Scarborough, SP lose in quarterfinals

    Thanks in large part to nearly unhittable senior ace Conor Moloney, the Cape Elizabeth baseball team will play for the Class B state title Saturday. The top-ranked Capers defeated No. 8 Oak Hill (3-0) in the quarterfinals, avenged last year's heartache with a 4-3 (eight inning) win over No...

  • Portland boys' lax back to state game; Bulldogs hold off Messalonskee, 10-8

    PORTLAND - The team that appeared flawed prior to the season finds itself one win from perfection. And a repeat Class A championship. Portland's boys' lacrosse squad got a 48-minute battle from Messalonskee in Wednesday's Eastern A Final, but with the game and the season on the line...

  • Cape holds off Yarmouth in regional final thriller

    STANDISH — One inning was all that separated the powerhouse Cape Elizabeth and Yarmouth baseball teams this spring. Locked in a scoreless tie through the top of the sixth inning in a tense duel of senior aces, second-seed Yarmouth's righthander Nick Whittaker had matched top-ranked Cape ...

  • Cape boys' tennis returns to the pinnacle

    If you're a member of or a fan of the Cape Elizabeth boys' tennis team, you have to feel that all is right with the world once again. That's because Saturday, for the first time since 2004, the Capers won the Class B state title, their 13th since 1985. Cape Elizabeth capped a stirri...

  • South Sports Roundup

    New Casco Bay Sports offerings in June Casco Bay Sports is offering a Wednesday night Twilight Flag Football league, beginning June 23, a Monday night soccer league, starting June 28, and a Tuesday night summer dodgeball league, beginning June 29. FMI,

  • Mid-Coast playoff action sizzles

    We're just a day away from State Championship Saturday and a couple of Mid-Coast lacrosse teams still entertained title dreams when this issue went to press. The two-time defending Class A state champion Brunswick girls' lacrosse team hosted rival Mt. Ararat in the Eastern A Final Wednesda...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings RSU No. 5 has several coaching openings for the upcoming school year. Freeport High School is seeking a girls' varsity basketball coach, a girls' JV soccer coach, an assistant varsity football coach and an assistant Nordic ski coach. Durham Middl...

  • NYA wins the one that counts most; Panthers beat Yarmouth in regional final again, 9-5

    YARMOUTH — The third time was indeed the charm for the North Yarmouth Academy girls' lacrosse team. After dropping both regular season meetings with rival Yarmouth, the host Panthers saved their best showing for last Wednesday afternoon, blanking the potent Clippers in the second hal...