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  • Another starry spring

    Another triumphant spring not surprisingly led to an abundance of local standouts being named to postseason all-star teams. Once again Here's a glimpse: Baseball The Western Maine Conference Class A/B baseball first-tea...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Greely football player to attend Dickinson Greely's Will Peck, a North Yarmouth resident, will attend and play football at Dickinson (Penn.) College this upcoming school year. Peck, who will play defensive back,

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Wrestling series coming to Morse The 25th annual Maine/Nebraska wrestling exchange will make a stop at Morse High School June 28. It will be the fourth of four competitions in the longest running exchange of its type. Several wrestlers from Morse and Mt. Ararat are ...

  • Mid-Coast Recap: Playoff action galore

    The past week has been a busy one for local athletes as all spring sports have either started or completed their postseasons. Here's a look at what's happened and yet to come: Track

  • Soccer team wins state title

    The U-12 Seacoast United Maine Freedom girls' soccer team, featuring players from Forecaster Country, was recently crowned state champions by winning its division in State Cup competition. The squad beat Maine Coast United in the final. The girls outscored the opposition 37-1 during its State C...

  • Cheverus boys' lacrosse keeps season alive with prelim win over Noble

    Cheverus boys' lacrosse coach Deke Andrew wasn't even sure his team would be in the 2009 Western Class A playoffs prior to getting confirmation from the final Heal Points standings. If that was a pleasant surprise, imagine how Andrew felt Tuesday after his Stags put forth a superb e...

  • Portland holds off South Portland 9-8 in girls' lacrosse prelim

    Tuesday night, at a rainy Fitzpatrick Stadium, the Portland girls' lacrosse team found itself on the brink of letting a big second half lead slip away, but the Bulldogs were resilient, turned to their season long motto and figured out a way to hold on for a 9-8 Western Class A preliminary round...

  • Top 10 Lacrosse Polls

    As of June 9 (FINAL COACHES' POLL): COACHES' BOYS' TOP TEN POLL MICHAEL'S BOYS' TOP TEN POLL 1) Yarmouth                              1) Yarmouth 2) Portland                         ...

  • Yarmouth the favorite as boys' lacrosse playoffs commence

    The 2009 boys' lacrosse playoffs are set to begin and once again, all eyes are on the Yarmouth Clippers. The Clippers have won three of the past five state championships, including last year's, and could easily be going for a sixth in a row if it wasn't for one-goal losses in the 20...

  • NYA does it again, wins fourth straight Class C boys' outdoor track crown; Falmouth boys capture first Class B championship

    Forecaster Country's finest runners, jumpers and throwers took part in the outdoor track and field state championship meets Saturday and two teams came home with state titles. The Class C story continues to be dominated by small, but potent North Yarmouth Academy. The Panthers boys'...