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  • Cumberland student-athlete earns hockey honor

    Cumberland's Isaac Lipton, who played varsity soccer, hockey and lacrosse for North Yarmouth Academy as a freshman and sophomore, now a senior at Northfield Mount Hermon School, was recently given the "Mr. Hockey" award by coach Tom Pratt. Lipton is also the co-captain for lacrosse and has been...

  • Falmouth swimmer and diver honored

    Falmouth sophomore Charlotte Janelle and junior Jake Perron were honored at the Maine Interscholastic Swim League Awards Banquet for winning state championships. Perron, the Class A state champion in the 50 free and 500 free, and Janelle, Class A state champion diver, were both named all-state.&n...

  • South edition: Spring season in full flower

    As the surprisingly good weather continues (for the most part), fans and athletes alike are thrilled that all spring sports are underway. Forecaster Country schools have impressed in the early going. Here's a glimpse: Baseball: Scarborough crushes Cheverus

  • Outdoor track season underway

    Scarborough girls make an early statement Track is always in season in Forecaster Country, but there's something about the spring which seems to bring out the best in local runners, jumpers and throwers. The curtain came up on a new season last week and at fir...

  • South sports roundup

    SMCC baseball, softball playing for league titles

  • Bowdoin Beat

    Tennis teams advance to NCAAs Track and tennis are the last Bowdoin spring sports standing as NCAA competition awaits. Track

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Westbrook runner wins PolarBear Triathlon/Duathlon

  • Bowdoin Navy wins New England championship

    The Bowdoin Navy won medals in all six events for fours at the New England Rowing championships last weekend. Bowdoin won the overall points trophy for the first time since 2004. The men were first in their division, while the women came in second. (Contributed photo)

  • Mt. Ararat junior midfielder Dylan Bousquet-Smith takes a swing at Brunswick defender Max Rosner as he rushes upfield Friday night. Undefeated prior to this game, Mt. Ararat played Brunswick tough before falling 11-4. (Roger S. Duncan photo)

  • Web exclusive: Portland boys' lacrosse dominates Cheverus, 14-2, improves to 3-0

    PORTLAND—A year ago, Portland's boys' lacrosse team looked like world-beaters in the early portion of the season, but was put in place not once, but ultimately twice by one of its fiercest rivals, the Cheverus Stags, who handed the Bulldogs their first loss and later their last. T...