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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:

  • Cape Elizabeth boy wins Junior Golf title

    Cape Elizabeth's Reese McFarlane, age 12, won the 13-14 age division at the 73rd annual Maine Junior Golf championship at Val Halla Golf Course in Cumberland last week. McFarlane, who played up a division, was one-under and had five birdies in his the final match. It was McFarlane's third consecutiv...

  • South Portland softball team finishes fourth at regionals

    Laurine German of the South Portland American 11- 12-year-old softball team slides safely into home against Milford, Conn., during the regional tournament in Albany, N.Y., last week. South Portland American finished fourth in the tournament, going 3-3. The District 6 and Maine state champions went 3...

  • Locals take part in Monhegan boat race

    Kalitan V, a Pearson 36, skippered by Cape Elizabeth's Doug Cranshaw, makes its way toward Hussy Sound at the beginning of the 84-mile Manana course during last weekend's 75th Annual Monhegan Island Race. The Monhegan Island Race is Maine's oldest and most prestigious offshore sailing competition wi...

  • South Portland mourns beloved coach and parent

    Anyone attending a South Portland softball game in recent years couldn't miss the hulking figure pacing outside the fence down the rightfield line. That gentle giant had an unrivaled knowledge of the game, was admired and respected by all, and now, sadly, has left an enormous void on the sidelin...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Local schools announce first-day practice schedules The first day of practice for the 2009 fall sports season is Monday. At Cape Elizabeth, football practices from 7 to 10 a.m. at Hannaford Field, then from 3 to 6 p.m. at Gull Crest Field. Boys' soccer goes fr...

  • Locals take part at Monhegan Island Race

    Bandito, a Tripp 47', skippered by Brunswick's Dick Hale, led the pack at the start of the 75th annual Monhegan Island Race, Maine's oldest and most prestigious offshore sailing competition with three different courses for a variety of boats and types of sailing. Other winners of the 129-mile Mohega...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Mt. Ararat announces preseason practice times The first day of practice for the 2009 fall sports season at Mt. Ararat High School is Monday, Aug. 17. Football players should report to the locker room at 7:30 a.m., for an 8 a.m. practice. Afternoon practices starts at 3:...

  • Falmouth softball team finishes strong in district tournament

    The Falmouth 9/10 softball team recently finished third in the District 6 tournament. Bottom row (left to right):  Krysia Lesniak, Emily Beauileu, Caroine Proctor, Allison Murphy, Antoinette Lambert. Second row: Madeline Rouhana, Kayliegh Rhodes, Ashley Mannette, Julia ...