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  • Royals win CNYLL title

    The Royals recently won the Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League Minor League championship. Front row: Nicholas Theodores, Calum Sheff, Tyler Pettengill, Liam Sheff and Eric Lyden. Middle Row: Jackson Small, Alex Wallace, Marshall Fowler, Aiden Miner, Max Cloutier, Orion Guibor...

  • Cape Little League champ crowned

    The Pirates recently won the Cape Elizabeth Little League baseball Division 9-10 championship. Front row (left to right): Bowen Charlebois,, Robbie Trowbridge, Curtis Sullivan, Sam Lombardo, Dimitri Coupe, James Nestor.

  • Five Yarmouth lacrosse players named All-Americans

    If the 2009 season wasn't special enough for the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team, the news only gets better. Fresh off an undefeated season, culminated by a second straight Class B state championship, the Clippers learned that three of their players have received the highest honor, being named Al... 1

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport pitcher leads team to championship

  • Portland area athletes honored as All-Americans

    If the 2009 season wasn't special enough for the Portland boys' and Waynflete girls' lacrosse teams, the news only gets better. Fresh off winning state championships, The Bulldogs and Flyers both learned that three of their players have received the highest honor, being named All-Am...

  • Cityside Events win city softball crown

    Cityside Events (Portland North Little League) beat Play It Again (Bayside) 10-6 for the City Of Portland Little League softball Championship Saturday. LeeAnn Downs pitched a complete game victory with five strikeouts. Delaney Coyne led the team with three hits and Margret Rigney scored four runs. R...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Pasini Miller runs at Lake Placid

  • Deering baseball wins third-straight Class A state championship; Rams hold off Cony, 2-1

    ORONO— In the end, they were simply the best. For the last three state championship-winning seasons, Deering's generation-next played the game of baseball with no fear and without peer. Five sophomores started the state championship game two years ago and walked away as seniors l...

  • Perfect Clippers repeat as Class B boys' lacrosse champions, 12-9 over Cape Elizabeth

    PORTLAND— Prior to Saturday afternoon, the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse juggernaut had accomplished just about everything imaginable, but had never won two straight state titles and had never climbed the pinnacle in an odd-numbered season. Now, the Clippers have done it all. ...

  • Greely baseball wins second Class B title in three seasons, 2-0 over Gardiner

    STANDISH— It was a battle of Class B's best, and both brought their aces to the table Saturday afternoon in the baseball state final at St. Joseph's College. However, it didn't take long to see who was more dominant. The Greely Rangers, led by masterful and nearly no-hit pitchin...