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  • Local Nordic ski standouts compete at Eastern championships

    Several local Nordic skiers took part on the Maine team at the recent Eastern High School Championships held at Black Mountain. in Rumford. The Maine Team finished third, competing against top skiers from Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York. Freeport'...

  • Junior volleyball team wins regional tournament

    The Maine Juniors Volleyball Gold 14 team won the recent New England Regional Volleyball tournament in Merrimack, New Hampshire. Teams from Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire took part. Back row, from left: Coach Rob Thompson, Emma Ivy (South Portland), Dominique Moran (Yarmouth), Meg...

  • Hyland commits to Gonzaga

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Ever since he was a little boy dribbling a basketball, South Portland senior Keegan Hyland, a 2010 Mr. Maine Basketball finalist and one of the most dynamic and prolific players in recent memory, has dreamed of playing big-time college hoops. Now, his wish has come tru...

  • Spring sports season underway for southern teams

    The 2010 spring sports season is now underway for virtually every local team. In just a few short days, there has already been a ton of drama. Here's a glimpse: Baseball Following last year's stirring playoff run, the South Portland baseball team entered 2010 full o...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    New rowing club starting A new rowing club is starting on the New Meadows River at the Bowdoin Boathouse in West Bath. Experienced and beginner rowers are welcome. FMI, 522-8044 or boborjanice@yahoo.com.

  • Spring sports season underway in the Mid-Coast

    The 2010 spring sports season is now underway for virtually every local team and in just a few short days, there has already been a ton of drama. Here's a glimpse: Baseball Brunswick's baseball team is 1-2 in the early going. The Dragons sandwiched losses to Cony ...

  • Waynflete girls' lacrosse opens in dominating fashion; Flyers roll past Greely, 14-3

    PORTLAND—If one game is any indication, the two-time defending Class B state champion Waynflete girls' lacrosse team will be very, very difficult to dethrone. Wednesday afternoon at a rainy Fore River Field, the Flyers showed their offensive balance, racing to an 11-0 lead, and their def...

  • Spring season underway for Northern teams

    The 2010 spring sports season is now underway for virtually every local team. In just a few short days, there has already been a ton of drama. Here's a glimpse: Baseball Defending Class B champion Greely has ridden its offense to a 3-0 start, defeating host Lake Reg...

  • 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...