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  • Brunswick punches state game ticket

    BRUNSWICK — Bessey. Bandouveres. Brunswick. Beast of B-East. If that all has a nice ring to it, five touchdowns in their first five possessions of the Pine Tree Conference football championship last Friday night sounded even better to the Dragons.

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick Parks and Rec offering hoops leagues Brunswick Parks and Recreation is offering two adult basketball leagues this winter. One is open to teams consisting of players 18 and older and the other is an over-35 league. Teams will be accept into the leagues until Nov. 25. FMI, 725-66...

  • Former Greely player named Player of the Week

    Former Greely High boys' soccer player Chris Thomas, now a sophomore at Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., was recently named the New England Women and Men's Athletic Conference's Player of the Week after scoring a game-winning goal against Clark and adding an assist in a victory over St. Joseph's Co...

  • All four north boys' soccer teams pass quarterfinal tests

    The most exciting time of the year has arrived for local boys' soccer teams and once again, Forecaster Country figures to produce at least one state champion, perhaps more. The postseason began Wednesday with the quarterfinal round. In Western Class B, Falmouth and Yarmouth took wha...

  • Portland advances with 1-0 win over Cheverus; Scarborough next

    PORTLAND—Six years ago, the Portland boys' soccer team lost to Scarborough in a Western Class A semifinal round epic. This weekend, the Bulldogs will return to that round and get another crack at the Red Storm, thanks to Wednesday night's hard-fought 1-0 home win over Cheverus i...

  • One Red Riots' fan left feeling "Crabby" after playoff close call

    Remember the old Saturday Night Live skit "Grumpy Old Man?" That's how I woke up on Sunday morning. And though I had already heard how the Western Class A football playoffs panned out (ahem), the reality still left me feeling a little bit "crabby." The South Por... 5

  • Scarborough volleyball ousted in semifinals

    The Scarborough volleyball team's 2009 season came to an end Monday night, but you'd have a hard time finding disappointment after arguably the Red Storm's finest campaign to date. Five days after a long trip up the coast resulted in a quarterfinal round win over perennial contender Mt. Desert...

  • Three Portland-area boys' soccer teams ready for playoffs

    Three city boys' soccer teams hold championship dreams as the postseason begins Wednesday. In Western Class C, the defending regional champion Waynflete Flyers, coming off their finest regular season ever, hope to return to the state final and finish the job. The Flyers, ranked third in the re...

  • Greely survives Portland's challenge to win Western A girls' soccer quarterfinal, 1-0

    CUMBERLAND—The Greely girls' soccer team edged Portland 1-0 in the Western Class A quarterfinal round Tuesday night, then the news really got good. Moments after the victory, the Rangers learned that top-ranked Scarborough had been upset by No. 9 Marshwood, meaning if Greely ca...

  • Waynflete girls' soccer edges NYA 2-1 in quarterfinal showdown

    PORTLAND—Normally, when a Waynflete-North Yarmouth Academy girls' soccer playoff game ends, medals and plaques are awarded. That wasn't the case Tuesday afternoon as the Flyers hosted the Panthers in the quarterfinal round, not the Western Class C Final, but the hosts still had ...