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  • Portland no match for Broncos' buzzsaw in Class A Final

    AUGUSTA—A year ago, Portland's boys' basketball team made a powerful early statement en route to a surprisingly easy win over Hampden Academy in the Class A state final. Saturday, the teams met again with a Gold Ball on the line, but instead of playing in Portland like last year, the...

  • Murphy's Miracle sends Cardiac Capers to Class B pinnacle!

    PORTLAND—Joe Geoghegan and Andrew Dickey, move over. Mike Thurston, Jeff Love and Joe Campbell, it's time to make room on Immortality Island. Ethan Murphy has joined the club. If you have to wait 27 years to win a state championship, you might as well make it as dramati...

  • Deering holds off McAuley with late surge, advances to regional final

    PORTLAND—The Battle of Stevens Avenue moved its show to the Cumberland County Civic Center Friday night and for the third time this season, the Deering Rams and McAuley Lions girls' basketball teams gave each other fits. Ultimately, for the third time, the two-time defending state ch...

  • Falmouth sizzles, cruises past Mountain Valley in semifinals

    PORTLAND—It's deja vu all over again for the Falmouth boys' basketball team. For the second year in a row, the Yachtsmen find themselves one win away from the state championship game, but once again, Falmouth will have to go through its nemesis, Cape Elizabeth. That's because ...

  • Cape turns back Greely again, advances to regional final

    PORTLAND—While it wasn't quite as palpitating as last year's buzzer-beater, top-ranked Cape Elizabeth and No. 4 Greely once again put on a show in a Western Class B boys' basketball semifinal Thursday night at the Cumberland County Civic Center. The Capers never trailed in the second...

  • Late heroics send Waynflete to regional final

    The Waynflete girls' basketball team has grown pretty fond of the Western Class C tournament party it crashed and has ensured it will be around for the grand finale. The second-ranked Flyers kept their magical season alive, barely, Thursday afternoon at the Augusta Civic Center, recovering...

  • Sharpshooting Greely girls punch regional final ticket with 59-38 rout of Leavitt

    PORTLAND—A flurry of 3 pointers proved to be the difference in Thursday afternoon's Western Class B girls' basketball semifinal showdown, but it wasn't the highly-touted Leavitt Hornets knocking down the shots. Instead, the third-ranked Greely Rangers heated up at the right time, exp...

  • Scarborough girls win another Class A track title

    Scarborough's girls' indoor track team, coming off a runner-up showing at the Southern Maine Activities Association championship meet, once again saved its best for last and won the Class A title for the sixth year in a row Monday at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham. The Red Stor...

  • Cape hockey misses playoffs; Scarborough, SP ready for title run

    The Cape Elizabeth boys' hockey team, considered by some prior to the season to be a contender for the Class B championship, fell short of the postseason this winter. The Capers eked out a 2-1 overtime win at Leavitt last Wednesday on sophomore Nick Breed's goal to stay alive, but Saturday...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Greely baseball holding auctionGreely baseball is holding its annual "Legends of Maine" auction on Feb. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Val Halla Banquet Center in Cumberland. This year's event features University of Southern Maine coach Ed Flaherty and St. Joseph's College coach...