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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...

  • Soccer, cross country, volleyball regular seasons dwindle

    The soccer, cross country and volleyball regular seasons took another step toward completion last week with plenty of drama. Here's a look at where things stand as we hit mid-October: Boys' soccer The Cape Elizabeth boys' soccer team is fighting for its playoff life. The...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough football falls to 0-6 The Scarborough football team hoped to earn its first win of the season last Friday night when it went to winless Noble, but suffered an 8-7 defeat on a defensive score and two-point conversion. Sophomore Matt Brown scored for the Red Storm w...

  • Call him what you will, John Coyne is a Hall of Famer

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Around here, John Coyne goes by a lot of names. To his friends and old basketball teammates, he's simply "The Kid." Most people call him Johnny, but he also gets his share of "J.C." Even now he still answers to "Coyna," which is essentially just ...

  • Cape Elizabeth rolls on, crushes Wells 40-0

    Cape Elizabeth senior Steve Homa sped downfield with an interception during the Capers 40-0 home blanking of Wells Friday night.

  • Scarborough field hockey top seed for playoffs; Cape Elizabeth, SP fall short

    Ever since its agonizing overtime loss to Skowhegan in last year's Class A state final, the Scarborough field hockey team has been of one mind and one goal: getting back to the state game and winning it. The Red Storm were superb this regular season, going 14-0 and capping the year with a 3-1 ... 1

  • SP golf team caps storybook season with runner-up finish at Class A states; Cape Elizabeth fourth in Class B

    For nearly three years, the South Portland golf team didn't win a single match. That was then. This is now. Saturday, the Red Riots culminated an inspirational resurgence with a shocking second place finish at the Class A state championship match at Natanis Golf Course in Vass...

  • Field hockey, golf postseason arrive; football, soccer, cross country regular seasons wind down

    The 2009 fall sports season crowned its first state champions Saturday at the golf championships in Vassalboro. The field hockey playoffs commence this weekend. Football, soccer and cross country's postseasons are right around the corner. Here's a glimpse: Golf Brunswick's golf t...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Former New England Patriots coming to Portland for flag football game Former New England Patriots standouts Ronnie Lippett and Roland James will compete with the New England Patriots Alumni Flag Football team and take part in a game against the Cumberland County Sheriff's P.A.L. and ECMG ...