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  • Brunswick girls win Cape Elizabeth tourney

    The Class B Brunswick 6th grade girls' basketball team won the recent Cape Elizabeth Championship, capturing the title game in overtime. Bottom row: Chloe Coombs Middle row (left to right): Ella Perham, Hannah Fortier and ...

  • Brunswick snowboarder competes in China

    Brunswick's Myles Silverman, 17, a snowboarder, recently represented the United States at the Junior  World Championships in Yabuli, China. Silverman qualified by being ranked in the top three males under 20 years old in the US for alpine snowboarding.

  • Falmouth hockey rallies to tie Scarborough

    FALMOUTH— Both teams refused to lose, but neither could hold on for a win as Falmouth and Scarborough battled to a 4-4 tie in a wild boys' hockey matchup Saturday at Family Ice Center. Falmouth senior Dixon Pike scored the tying goal with 1:16 remaining as the Yachtsmen fought franti...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Halligan a Coach of the Year finalistLongtime Falmouth boys' soccer coach Dave Halligan was recently named the National Soccer Coaches' Association of America Region I (New England) Coach of the Year and is one of eight finalists for the national award, to be presented Fri...

  • McAuley feels the pain in close loss to Biddeford

    PORTLAND—The McAuley girls' basketball team appeared to have turned the corner after junior standout Rebecca Knight returned to action last week. Knight, who's already committed to the University of Maine, bounced back from an ankle injury and led the Lions to a pair of wins, but in a pa...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland kids win Hoop Shoot Portland's Isabel Dawson and Katasia Titherington won their respective age groups in the Elks Hoop Shoot contest Sunday at McAuley High School. Dawson was tops in the girls' 8-9 age division, while Titherington won the girls' 10-11 group. The t...

  • Cheverus girls fall short against Scarborough

    PORTLAND — The team of the present taught the team of the future a thing or two Saturday afternoon. The undefeated and top-ranked Scarborough girls' basketball squad displayed its depth, balance and defensive tenacity in an impressive 56-40 win over once-beaten Cheverus at Keegan Gym...

  • Dramatic wins highlight return to action for Portland teams

    The first week of 2010 high school sports action was full of memorable moments. Boys' basketball On the hardwood, the Cheverus boys continue to lead the way. The Stags are now 9-0 after wins last week over Thornton Academy (

  • Scarborough's defense, experience too much for Cheverus: Red Storm stay perfect with 56-40 win

    PORTLAND—The team of the present taught the team of the future a thing or two Saturday afternoon. The undefeated and top-ranked Scarborough girls' basketball squad displayed its depth, balance and defensive tenacity in an impressive 56-40 win over once-beaten Cheverus at Keegan Gymnasium...

  • No revenge for Greely: Rangers fall 51-43 at York

    YORK—Round One goes to the Wildcats. And that's not what the Greely girls' basketball team expected after stewing for nearly a year, eagerly awaiting another crack at a York squad that ended their season last winter in last February's Western Class B Final. Friday night, the R...