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  • Whaley's arm, bat lead McAuley past Cheverus

    PORTLAND—This was just the beginning. Monday afternoon at Larry K. Mahaney Athletic Park, McAuley's softball team won its first game of the 2015 season, new coach Dawn Armandi registered the first victory of her career and the Lions hinted that bigger and better things are in store t...

  • Scarborough softball overwhelms SP in opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Scarborough's softball team might not even need "Disney Magic" this spring. That's because the Red Storm appear to be an absolute juggernaut and they have the calendar on their side. In each of the past four odd-numbered seasons, Scarborough has captured the Cla...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Local gymnasts enjoy top 10 finishes Six local gymnasts from the Maine Academy of Gymnastics finished in the top 10 at the recent Brestyan's 2010 Invitational in Medford, Mass. Falmouth's Sarah Caldwell was first in the vault, fifth in the balance beam, ninth in bars and s...

  • Two local hockey players take part in AHL All-Star festivities

    Falmouth's Dan Hanley competed with the PlanetUSA Future All-Stars during AHL All-Star festivities last week at the Cumberland County Civic Center. Hanley's teammate Dixon Pike took part as on-ice support staff.

  • Cheverus girls ensure winning season with win at SP

    SOUTH PORTLAND—As if McAuley, Deering and Portland weren’t enough already, the South Portland Red girls' basketball team now has to deal with another upstart across the bridge that makes its home within city limits. The young, fast and athletic Stags pressured the Red Riots int...

  • Portland-area teams seeking strong finishing kick

    (Ed. Note: For full Cheverus-South Portland boys' and girls' basketball and Portland-Deering boys' basketball game stories, please see theforecaster.net/section/term/35) The swimming postseason begins Friday, basketball's regular season ends a week later and it won't be long until...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Waynflete seeking varsity crew assistant Waynflete School needs a varsity crew assistant coach for the upcoming spring season. Practices begin in mid-March and the season concludes at the end of May. Experience rowing and/or coaching is required. Boat maintenance and trail...

  • Falmouth knocks Biddeford from undefeated ranks

    FALMOUTH—The last remaining undefeated team in boys' high school hockey is perfect no more, thanks to a superb 45-minute effort from the Falmouth Yachtsmen Saturday night. Facing a Biddeford squad that beat them 3-1 10 days prior, the Yachtsmen took command with two first period goal...

  • Good 'Dogs knock off Deering, 56-45

    PORTLAND—The Portland boys' basketball team has been Jekyll and Hyde this winter. When the Bulldogs are bad, they can be excruciating to watch and are average at best, but when the 'Dogs are good, look out, they resemble a top contender. Portland's bark and bite returned Frida...

  • Cheverus train keeps on rolling; Stags dominate SP from start to finish in 66-44 triumph

    PORTLAND — The Cheverus Domination Tour delivered another command performance Friday night at Keegan Gymnasium. Facing 11-1 South Portland, the undefeated Stags forced 14 first quarter turnovers, raced to a 16-0 lead and were never seriously tested en route to an emphatic 66-44 trium...