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  • New softball era dawns at McAuley

    At the start of the century, John Moody, with a lot of help from a tenacious and talented shortstop named Dawn Ross, led the Gray-New Gloucester softball team to a pair of Class B state championships. Over a decade has passed, Dawn Ross is now Dawn Armandi, and this spring, the two are tog...

  • 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'...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland High lax opening Portland High is seeking an assistant varsity girls' lacrosse coach for the 2010 season. FMI, drummr@portlandschools.org. Portland Porpoises holding open registration The Portland Porpoises swim team is holding open ...

  • Woodhouse wins Butler Award

    Waynflete senior Morgan Woodhouse (left) was named the female winner of the 2010 Bob Butler Award at Monday night's Western Maine Conference awards banquet in South Portland. The award is given to a senior for overall good citizenship, sportsmanship, leadership, dedication to team play and qualit...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Back Bay lax registration Back Bay Lacrosse is now accepting registration for Portland area boys and girls in grades 3-8. Practices start in early April. FMI, backbaylacrosse.com.

  • Northern area track and swim stars excel at New Englands

    Local swimmers, divers and track and field athletes competed against the best in the region at recent New England meets. The swimming and diving championships were held late last month at the University of New Hampshire. Greely's Class B boys' state championship team had the fastest...

  • North area hoops season was nothing but net

    Another tremendous basketball season is in the books. The 2009-10 campaign had no shortage of drama, passion and excitement. When all was said and done, teams from Forecaster Country were right in the middle of things, stealing headlines from start to finish. The Falmouth boys were ...

  • Locals take part in swim, track New Englands

    City swimmers, divers and track and field athletes competed against the best in the region at recent New England meets. The swimming and diving championships were held late last month at the University of New Hampshire. Deering freshman Genevieve Worthely won the 100 breaststroke (1...

  • Hoops season was nothing but net

    Another tremendous basketball season is in the books. The 2009-10 campaign had no shortage of drama – too much drama at times – passion and excitement. When all was said and done, teams from the city of Portland were right in the middle of things, stealing headlines from start ...

  • Yarmouth hockey falls one goal short; Clippers lose, 5-4, to York in Western B Final

    LEWISTON—The Yarmouth boys' hockey team saved its biggest character statement for the very end. Wednesday night, in the Western Class B Final at the Colisee, the third-ranked Clippers trailed No. 1 York 5-1 in the second period after a five-goal burst by the favored Wildcats and could ha...