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  • SMCC hoops teams looking for big things in 2014-15

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Southern Maine Community College's men's basketball team is off to a nearly perfect start this season and the women's squad is showing signs of promise as well. Auspicious beginnings Matt Richards is now in his 12th season as the coach of the SeaWolves men's p...

  • Former Greely goalie walks on at UNH

    Matt Labbe, a 2011 Greely High graduate and a senior at men's hockey powerhouse University of New Hampshire has earned a roster spot this season as a walk-on goalie. Labbe, who hasn't played hockey since high school, where he backstopped the Rangers to their first state championship back in 2009,...

  • 18th annual Maine Marathon upcoming

    The 18th annual Peak Performance Maine Marathon/Half Marathon/Marathon Relay, which will traverse Portland, Falmouth, Cumberland and Yarmouth, will be held Sunday, Oct. 4. "Other than we're expecting another record, we don't have changes this year," said race director Howard Spear. &...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC teams enjoy strong week The fall sports teams at Southern Maine Community College have turned it on in recent action. Baseball went 3-1 last week, routing Unity College 22-2 and sweeping a doubleheader from the University of New Hampshire's club team. Men's soccer defeat...

  • Midway point arrives with several city teams still undefeated

    As the 2009 fall sports season passes the midway point, several local teams still boast unblemished records. Waynflete soccer teams roll on A year ago, the Waynflete girls' soccer team won Class C for the first time, while the boys overcame a so-so regular season ...

  • Yarmouth boys' soccer stays unbeaten with 3-0 win at Greely

    CUMBERLAND — Saturday evening's boys' soccer contest between the host Rangers of Greely and the Yarmouth Clippers served as an accurate barometer of where both teams stand at the midway point of the 2009 season. The Clippers, the defending Class B state champions, got to the brink...

  • Fast start, rough finish: Deering falls to 2-2 after 35-19 loss at Windham

    WINDHAM — For much of the first half Friday evening, the Deering football team had everything go its way as it raced to a 13-0 lead at preseason favorite Windham. Then, everything changed. Big time. The Eagles' offense roared to life, scoring two TDs before the half,...

  • Scarborough volleyball drops home showdown against Greely

    SCARBOROUGH — As the Scarborough volleyball team seeks its place in the Class A pecking order this fall, Tuesday evening's 3-1 home loss to six-time defending state champion Greely should serve as a confidence booster. The Red Storm were competitive in three of the four games, made th...

  • South Portland falls to 1-2 after 21-0 loss at Cheverus

    PORTLAND — This was supposed to be the year that the South Portland football team turned the corner, but as we near the midway point, the Red Riots have yet to make a move. Saturday afternoon, South Portland played solid on defense, but managed just 133 yards of offense and fell to 1-...

  • Wins keep on coming for local teams

    Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland's fall athletic teams continue to make their mark and deliver an abundance of thrills to their followers. Here's a look at what you might have missed: Football While South Portland's football team suffered a loss at Cheverus...