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  • Brunswick girls win Cape Elizabeth tourney

    The Class B Brunswick 6th grade girls' basketball team won the recent Cape Elizabeth Championship, capturing the title game in overtime. Bottom row: Chloe Coombs Middle row (left to right): Ella Perham, Hannah Fortier and ...

  • Brunswick snowboarder competes in China

    Brunswick's Myles Silverman, 17, a snowboarder, recently represented the United States at the Junior  World Championships in Yabuli, China. Silverman qualified by being ranked in the top three males under 20 years old in the US for alpine snowboarding.

  • A good instructor is key for golf success

    Golf attracts millions of new players annually. In addition to the thrill of bringing clubhead square to ball, the game also offers camaraderie, competition and exercise (walking 18 holes is the equivalent of a three- to five-mile hike). And yet, for every individual who takes up the game,...

  • Sea Dogs kick off 2010 season

    The Portland Sea Dogs opened their 17th season, their eighth as the Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, April 8 with a road win against the Reading Phillies. After playing their first seven games out of town, the Sea Dogs return for their home opener Thursday at 6 pm. against the Tr...

  • Freeport skier qualifies for J3 Junior Olympics

    Freeport's Elly Bengtsson recently qualified for the J3 Junior Olympics. Bengtsson was one of five female Alpine ski racers (ages 13 and 14) representing the state at the four-day postseason event.

  • Local hockey players earn berth in national tournament

    The Casco Bay Midget Major U-18 hockey team recently earned a berth in the USA Hockey Tier II national tournament in Rochester, N.Y., to be played this weekend. Casco Bay won the state championship in November. The team includes Brunswick's Conor Kelly and Carl Sickel, Cape Elizabeth's Sam St. Ge...

  • Falmouth youngsters learn basketball

    Falmouth first and second graders from Lunt School met for 20 Sundays for basketball instruction, learning fundamentals as well as sportsmanship. The team mottos were to "Have Fun, Do Your Best and Be a Good Sport."The boys' group included (left to right): Brady Pierson, Tanner Daniels, Se...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport Youth Football accepting volunteer applications The Freeport Gridiron Club is accepting applications for volunteers interested in coaching or assistant coaching at the youth and middle school levels. Application deadline is April 17. FMI, 329-4703,

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland Little League seeks umpires The South Portland National Little League is seeking volunteers to umpire baseball and softball games for the upcoming season. Those interested should attend the 2010 State O' Maine Little League Umpire Clinic April 24 from 8 a.m....

  • Bath fields ready ahead of schedule

    With an early spring, last week’s heavy rain and more evening thunderstorms Tuesday night, the Bath fields are green and ready about three weeks earlier than usual. Bath Parks and Recreation Department employee Denny Barrett said, “The fields are in fabulous shape this year.&rd...