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  • South Sports Roundup

    SP seeks girls' soccer coach South Portland High School has an opening for a varsity girls' soccer coach. FMI, 767-7705.

  • Brunswick masters swimmers earn world top 10 ranking

    Two Brunswick masters swimmers have made the world top 10 rankings for 2013. Dave Bright captured third place in the long course 400 meter individual medley and fourth in the same event in the short course in the 60-64 age group. He then came in second in both the 400 IM and the 200 backstroke, t...

  • Roundup

    Lacrosse officials' classes offered The Maine Women's Lacrosse Officials Association is offering "New Umpire Classes" Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m., at Brunswick High School. FMI, mary_parker@coconetme.org. Bruins alumni to face local...

  • Alumni game raises $1,100 for local hockey teams

    The recent first annual Green Bridge Alumni Classic hockey game between Brunswick and Mt. Ararat High alumni raised $1,100 to split between the schools' hockey programs. Brunswick won 4-2. Mt. Ararat graduates (from left) Ryan Atwood and Austin Soule, along with Mt. Ararat Middle School coach A.J. K...

  • Local hockey team wins pair of titles

    The Casco Bay Flyers hockey team, featuring several players from Forecaster Country, recently won the state championship in the Tier III PeeWee division, as well as a tournament in Marlborough, Mass., against teams from throughout New England and the tri-state area. Sitting (left to right): Kyl...

  • A winter for stars to shine

    Local all-stars honored in several sports By Michael Hoffer

  • A winter for stars to shine

    Dixon Pike was one of several all-stars produced by the prolific Falmouth hockey program this winter. (File photos)

  • Roundup

    PBC fighter advances

  • South Portland diver honored

    South Portland senior diver Curry Girr (left) was chosen as the Class A Diver of the Year at the recent Maine Interscholastic Swim League banquet. Girr was joined by NYA's Sarah Kaminow, winner of the Class B award.

  • A winning winter it was A triumphant, exciting season in the books

    There were ample highlights for winter sports fans, whatever your pleasure, in 2008-09.