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  • Falmouth handed first loss by York

    YORK—After two lopsided victories, the Falmouth football team got a chance to measure itself against a traditional power Friday evening, when the Yachtsmen traveled south to York. Falmouth began the game as if it was en route to another impressive performance, but ultimately, the Yac...

  • Falmouth's second half surge ends Freeport's win streak

    FREEPORT—Falmouth and Freeport reached the midway point of the 2014 field hockey regular season Friday afternoon and while both squads have enjoyed their share of success in the first half of the season, both have bigger aspirations down the road and an interclass tilt served as a good baro...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Kathadin field hockey club holding tryouts The Katahdin Premier field hockey club is holding tryouts for its U-14, U-16 and U-19 teams Oct. 25 and Nov. 1 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Portland Sports Complex. FMI, katahdinfh@yahoo.com or

  • Bulldogs brought back to earth with 38-6 loss at Windham

    It was the proverbial bad night.

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Waynflete seeks Nordic ski coach Waynflete School is seeking a middle school cross country ski coach for the winter season. Practices begin Nov. 2. FMI, Ross Burdick at 774-7863 x258 or 233-6122. SMCC names athletes of the month Southern Maine ...

  • Two gutwrenchers: Cheverus falls in OT at Bonny Eagle; Deering loses in final minute at Westbrook

    While the Portland High football team was getting roughed up at Windham Friday night (please see story), the Cheverus and Deering squads suffered far more agonizing defeats. The Stags had a golden opportunity to avenge last year's playoff loss and earn the inside track for a home playoff game ...

  • SP football does it again, rallies for stirring 36-34 win over Deering

    SOUTH PORTLAND — If one roller coaster ride of emotional ecstasy wasn't enough for South Portland football fans this season, the Red Riots gave their followers a new set of thrills Friday night in the rain at Martin Memorial Stadium. Two weeks after turning its season around with a stunning 48...

  • Soccer, cross country, volleyball regular seasons dwindle

    The soccer, cross country and volleyball regular seasons took another step toward completion last week with plenty of drama. Here's a look at where things stand as we hit mid-October: Boys' soccer The Cape Elizabeth boys' soccer team is fighting for its playoff life. The...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough football falls to 0-6 The Scarborough football team hoped to earn its first win of the season last Friday night when it went to winless Noble, but suffered an 8-7 defeat on a defensive score and two-point conversion. Sophomore Matt Brown scored for the Red Storm w...

  • Call him what you will, John Coyne is a Hall of Famer

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Around here, John Coyne goes by a lot of names. To his friends and old basketball teammates, he's simply "The Kid." Most people call him Johnny, but he also gets his share of "J.C." Even now he still answers to "Coyna," which is essentially just ...