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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball continues strong start The Southern Maine Community College baseball team is off to a 5-1 start (2-1 in the Yankee Small College Conference) after sweeping a doubleheader at New Hampshire Technical Institute (3-0, 4-3) Saturday and beating Navy Prep (6-2) Sunday. The Seawol...

  • Promising early results for local squads

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Deering-Portland boys' soccer game story, with photos, see theforecaster.net) The first fall week of the fall sports season reminded us that there are several strong teams in our midst and that the triumph figures to continue. Here's a glimpse:

  • Falmouth pair win mother-child tennis title

    Falmouth's Connor and Curran Burfeind recently captured the mother-child 18-and-under division at the ninth annual Pilot Pen Family Classic tennis championship in New Haven, Conn. More than 4,500 participants started out in quest of the title. Connor and Curran were presented their award by tour pro...

  • Local tennis players win title

    On Aug. 18 and 19, a team of boys and girls ages 14-and-under from Maine Pines Racquet and Fitness in Brunswick competed in the USTA New England Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championships in Springfield, Mass. The team faced squads from Rhode Island, Connecticut and Eastern Massachusetts and won ag...

  • New season opens in style for Portland area teams

    Under beautiful blue skies with a nip in the air, the 2009 fall sports season kicked off last weekend. It didn't take long for local standouts to make their mark, suggesting that this autumn will prove to be yet another full of triumph. Here's a glimpse: Football...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Royal River Striper tournament upcoming The Royal River Striper fishing tournament, the largest striper tournament in the state, will be held Saturday and Sunday in Yarmouth. There will be a captain's dinner Friday at the Royal River Grill House in Yarmouth. FMI, 846-9050 or ...

  • One down, 11 to go for Cape Elizabeth; Capers excel early, roll to workmanlike 32-0 season-opening win at Poland

    POLAND—It took the Cape Elizabeth football team less than two minutes to seize control of its season-opening contest Saturday afternoon in Poland, but despite a 19-point first period, the Capers never pulled away to an expected romp over the improved Knights. Poland was able to mo...

  • Deering frustrates Portland in football opener; Two Ross second half TDs the difference in 14-0 victory

    PORTLAND—Friday evening's first Deering-Portland football regular season opener in recent memory was supposed to be a back-and-forth offensive shootout. Instead, the huge crowd on hand witnessed the host Rams and improved Bulldogs combine for only 143 yards, six penalties and a pa...

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