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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Deering-Portland FH game dedicated to cancer awareness When rivals Deering and Portland meet in their lone field hockey showdown this season, Monday, Sept. 14 at 5 p.m. at Deering High School, more than bragging rights will be at stake. The game will be dedicated to Deering supporter She...

  • Blame for Red Sox' struggles don't include John Henry

    The past two baseball seasons in Boston have seemed interminable. Losses have piled up, big-ticket free agent signings have fallen flat and high hopes have been crushed. Fans have spread the blame, alternately focusing on the players, on manager John Farrell, on general manager Ben Chering...

  • South Sports Roundup

    West falls in Lobster Bowl Despite a pair of touchdowns from former South Portland High star Ryan Curit, the West team lost Saturday's Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic, 40-35. The East won for the fourth time in five seasons, thanks to a 21-point outburst in the final ...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    East wins Lobster Bowl Brunswick running back Rashon Edgerton and linebacker James Cejka, Morse tight end J. Cavanagh and Mt. Ararat defensive end Franklin True helped the East rally for a 40-35 victory over the West in the 21st annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic Sat...

  • From Peaks to Portland, to English Channel

    FREEPORT — Pat Gallant-Charette of Westbrook never thought she would call herself a marathon swimmer at the age of 59 – much less the third fastest woman to swim the Strait of Gilbraltar since 1928 and the fastest woman from the U.S.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth names new boys' hockey coach Falmouth High School named Adam Nicholas, 25, as its new boys' hockey coach Tuesday. Nicholas replaces Scott Rousseau, who stepped down following last season. Nicholas played college hockey in Boston, is the owner and founder of the St...

  • Firecrackers finish 11th at AAU nationals

    Olivia Smith of Yarmouth gets the opening tip for the U-13 Firecrackers girls' basketball team in its pool play final versus the Kentucky state champions at the AAU national tournament in Ohio....

  • City baseball teams going strong

    Along with the summer weather, local Legion and Babe Ruth baseball teams are sizzling and chasing championship glory. Once again, the Deering High-populated (with a couple Cape Elizabeth kids mixed in) Nova Seafood American Legion baseball team is in the hunt for a state title. Las...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    West falls in Lobster Bowl Despite a touchdown from former Portland High star Jake Alexander, the West team lost Saturday's Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic, 40-35. The East won for the fourth time in five seasons, thanks to a 21-point outburst in the final period, which ...

  • Birdies for the Brave helps military

    Donna Chapman proudly notes that her uncle was a lance corporal in the U.S. Marines. Likewise, four of her great-uncles served in the U.S. military. When the Windham woman's opportunity to help those, like her uncles, who defend the United States, came along, she jumped at the chance. "My ...