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  • Here we go again! Scarborough wins regional title, Skowhegan awaits

    SCARBOROUGH—The stage is set. Destiny awaits. And Scarborough's field hockey team is more than ready to capture the state title which has eluded it the past two seasons. Thursday evening, in the Western Class A Final on their home turf, the top-ranked Red Storm complete...

  • Football playoffs arrive, other postseasons continue

    The cross country season will come to an end Saturday with the state final meet in Belfast, boys' and girls' soccer playoffs are heating up and the football postseason commences this weekend. It's been an exciting stretch in the Mid-Coast and here's a glimpse: Football Brun...

  • Scarborough stays perfect with decisive win over McAuley

    SCARBOROUGH—The Scarborough girls’ basketball team piled on some more convincing evidence to support its position as the team to beat this year when senior captain Jenn Colpitts poured in 21 points as the Red Storm built a 30-point lead after three quarters and helped rest its case wi...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Local swimmers take part in meetPortland Porpoise held its annual Candy Cane Meet earlier this month and 300 swimmers took part, many of whom achieved best times (earning candy canes as a reward). Jessica Russell of the Long Reach Swim Club set a new pool record in the 200...

  • Holiday break arrives for Mid-Coast teams

    Just as quickly as it began, the 2009-10 winter sports season is set to take a brief holiday hiatus. While the sample size is small, early results have impressed and plenty more drama and triumph appear in store for 2010. Here's a glimpse at where things with the arrival of Santa Claus.

  • SMCC hoops teams hit semester break

    The Southern Maine Community College men's and women's basketball teams were up-and-down in the first semester, but both entertain high hopes looking ahead to 2010. The men ended the first half 6-7 (4-4 in the Yankee Small College Conference) after falling 109-105 to rival Central Maine CC...

  • Local teams hit holiday break

    Just as quickly as we began, the 2009-10 winter sports season is set to take a brief holiday hiatus. While the sample size is small, early results have impressed and plenty more drama and triumph appear in store for 2010. Here's a glimpse at where things stand a couple days before Christmas. ...

  • Deering girls get groove back with romp over Biddeford

    PORTLAND—Searching for an identity for much of this season’s early goings, the Deering girls' basketball team found out it has been right there in front of them all along. Determination, hustle, and oh yes, defensive intensity, all elements they can control, powered the Rams to...

  • Cape Elizabeth holds off Greely in Western B showdown

    CAPE ELIZABETH- The Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team isn't about to relinquish its two-year hold on Western Class B without a fight.The Capers reinforced the fact that they're still one of the top teams in the region with an impressive 66-55 home victory over rival Greely Saturday even...

  • Cape Elizabeth holds off Yarmouth to stay unbeaten

    YARMOUTH-In a contest reminiscent of last year's Western B quarterfinal, the Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team stayed perfect on the 2009-10 season by holding off a spirited effort from the host Yarmouth Clippers, 64-56, Thursday evening at Jack Stroud Memorial Gym.The teams were tied a...