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  • Yarmouth's win streak hits four after rallying past Greely

    YARMOUTH—Beware, Class B girls' lacrosse, the defending champions have come to life. Thursday evening, in a microcosm of their season, the Yarmouth Clippers got off to a slow start and trailed visiting Greely for almost the whole first half, but they had the Rangers right where they ...

  • Spring action heating up

    The spring sports stretch run has begun and the next couple weeks promise to bring plenty of drama as local teams jockey for playoff spots. Last week saw no shortage of big games and there are some compelling matchups on tap in the days to come as well. Here's a glimpse: Bas...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Former Morse standout earns Maine Baseball Hall of Fame nod Leonardo "Leon" Buck of Bath, a one-time dominant pitcher for Morse High School and Bowdoin College and a pitcher for the semi-pro Bath Clippers in the Heart O' Maine League, is one of 13 new inductees into the Ma...

  • Cape gymnast captures regional crown

    Cape Elizabeth's Ethan Nestor Darling, 13, recently medaled in five events and finished with the highest all-around Level 8 score at the Region Six Gymnastics championships in Connecticut. Darling, a seventh grader at Cape Elizabeth Middle School, was first in the floor event and on the vault.

  • Falmouth boys' lax makes statement in opener, drubs Cape Elizabeth, 11-4

    In a play symbolic of Friday night's result, Falmouth junior Brendan McDonnell sends Cape Elizabeth junior Wilson Laprade flying after a first half hit. The Yachtsmen avenged last year's loss in the regional final with a first-ever triumph over the Capers, 11-4.

  • South Sports Roundup

    South Portland Little League seeks umpires The South Portland National Little League is seeking volunteers to umpire baseball and softball games for the upcoming season. Those interested should attend the 2010 State O' Maine Little League Umpire Clinic April 24 from 8 a...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Former Cheverus player earns Maine Baseball Hall of Fame nodKevin Joyce, a one-time all-conference catcher at Cheverus and later an all-conference selection at the University of Maine will be one of 13 new members inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in July. Joyc...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport Youth Football accepting volunteer applications The Freeport Gridiron Club is accepting applications for volunteers interested in coaching or assistant coaching at the youth and middle school levels. Application deadline is April 17. FMI, 329-4703,

  • A good instructor is key for golf success

    Golf attracts millions of new players annually. In addition to the thrill of bringing clubhead square to ball, the game also offers camaraderie, competition and exercise (walking 18 holes is the equivalent of a three- to five-mile hike). And yet, for every individual who takes up the game,...

  • Sea Dogs kick off 2010 season

    The Portland Sea Dogs opened their 17th season, their eighth as the Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, April 8 with a road win against the Reading Phillies. After playing their first seven games out of town, the Sea Dogs return for their home opener Thursday at 6 pm. against the Tr...