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  • Gridiron wins for Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth

    Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth's football teams are all 3-1 at the midway point of the regular season and all have legitimate playoff aspirations. Freeport is 1-3, but is still hopeful. Falmouth bounced back from its lone loss with a 42-12 home win over Oceanside Friday night. After Oceansi...

  • Greely outlasts Scarborough in five-setter to stay unbeaten

    SCARBOROUGH—The Greely Rangers just don't panic. The state's premier volleyball program has an inherent understanding of the moment and as a result, is very tough to beat. Make that impossible to beat. At least so far this season. Monday evening, in a showdown be...

  • Fabulous fall for locals

    The fall of 2009 was sensational and triumphant for city sports teams. Cheverus, Deering, McAuley, Portland and Waynflete factored into the championship hunt in football, soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf. On the gridiron, Cheverus made a stirring run to the regional fin...

  • Capers prove champions aren't defined by scoreboards

    This isn't the story I planned on writing. To be honest, it wasn't even among the five to seven ideas kicking around upstairs in the days and hours leading up to Cape Elizabeth's Class B football state championship tilt with the Leavitt Hornets of a place called Turner. Like most a...

  • Freeport gives out fall awards

    After an exciting season which saw a pair of cross country regional titles, a first-ever varsity football win and a field hockey run to the playoffs, Freeport High School recently honored its top fall athletes. The football team gave its Best Offensive Player award to Calvin Burgess. Kyle Dona...

  • North area all-stars in abundance

    Falmouth, Freeport, Greely, North Yarmouth Academy and Yarmouth all enjoyed memorable moments during the fall sports season. Each school also had their share of standouts named to all-star teams. Here's a look at who was honored in football, soccer, field hockey, cross country, golf and volleyball: ...

  • Portland autumn all-stars in abundance

    Cheverus, Deering, McAuley, Portland and Waynflete all enjoyed memorable moments during the fall sports season. Each school also had their share of standouts named to all-star teams. Here's a look at who was honored in soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf (the football list will come out at ...

  • Capers fall short in Class B Final; Leavitt denies title dream with 35-21 decision

    PORTLAND—A final, triumphant chapter wasn't to be for the Cape Elizabeth Capers. The Capers, having finally vanquished longtime tormentor Mountain Valley, took the Fitzpatrick Stadium turf Saturday night full of confidence and belief that they were a team of destiny, but this time, fate smil...

  • Fabulous fall for Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland

    The fall of 2009, perhaps more than ever before, was sensational and triumphant for Forecaster Country sports teams. Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland factored into the championship hunt in football, soccer, field hockey, cross country, golf and volleyball. On the gridiron,... 1

  • South Sports Roundup

    Locals take part at New England cross country meet The Class B state champion Cape Elizabeth girls' team and others competed Saturday at the New England cross country championship in Manchester, Conn. The Capers were 12th as a team. Emily Attwood led the way with a 23rd-place finish (19:4...