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  • Falmouth runner honored by ECAC

    Former Falmouth cross country runner Johnny Lake, now a senior at New York University, was recently named Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Metro (Male) Runner of the Week. Lake led the men's cross country team to a third-place showing at the Saratoga Invitational on Sept. 1...

  • Deering girls start fast, blank South Portland

    PORTLAND—Not a lot was expected from the Deering girls' soccer team this fall, but as we near the midway pole, the Rams are among the best in Western Class A. And they don't show any signs of slowing down. Monday evening at Memorial Field, Deering demonstrated just what makes ...

  • Deering football, Cheverus girls' soccer and field hockey lead the way in early fall action

    While the fall sports season is still in its veritable infancy, it's become clear that we have some very talented athletes and teams in our midst. With the first full week (and then some) of the campaign in the books, here's a glimpse at where things stand:

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland High coaching opening Portland High School is seeking a girls' varsity ice hockey coach for the 2009-10 season. FMI, Rich Drummond 874-8257 or drummr@portlandschools.org. College eligibility seminar upcom...

  • Improved Portland puts a scare into Bonny Eagle before falling, 27-14

    PORTLAND —There are a couple of different ways to evaluate the first two weeks of the Portland Bulldogs 2009 football season. The first, far more dispirited version is based on simple fact: The Bulldogs have yet to win a game and are now 0-2. The other more practical ...

  • The Stags are for real! Cheverus upsets Windham, 27-13

    PORTLAND — Encircled by his sky-high band of purple-and-gold conquerors on one knee at the back of the end zone Saturday afternoon, Cheverus football coach John Wolfgram could barely contain his enthusiasm. After a 27-13 victory over ballyhooed Windham, Wolfgram called for an old-fashioned Cheveru...

  • Freeport football caps festive day with first-ever varsity win in home opener

    FREEPORT—The wildest dreams of the founding fathers (and mothers) of the Freeport football program came true Saturday afternoon. The charming Pownal Road Field complex had its coming out party highlighted by a solid 48-minute performance and the Falcons' first varsity home conte...

  • Cape Elizabeth football makes statement with decisive 41-12 win at York

    YORK—Any doubt that the Cape Elizabeth football team has what it takes to excel in 2009 was out the window in the wake of a dominant showing Friday night on the home field of one of the Capers fiercest rivals. Cape Elizabeth shot to a 21-0 lead at the York Wildcats, saw the hosts ...

  • SP field hockey win highlights start of fall sports season

    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: Field hocke...

  • Falmouth downs Greely 4-2 in early-season boys' soccer battle

    CUMBERLAND—The Falmouth boys' soccer team took control early in the second half to defeat Greely 4-2 Tuesday night. Junior Michael Bloom's low, hard shot just inside the far post 46 seconds into the second half put Falmouth up, 2-0. Minutes later, he made it 3-0, outrunning two G...