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  • Cape hurler throws perfect game

    Carson Sullivan recently threw a perfect game for the Cape Elizabeth Junior Little League team in an 11-0 win over South Portland's Junior Little Leaguers. Sullivan, 14, struck out seven. Sullivan will be a freshman at Cape Elizabeth High School this fall.

  • Freeport golfer competes at Coca-Cola Junior championships

    Freeport High senior Wynne Cushing took part at the recent American Junior Golf Association Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Sugarloaf. Cushing was the only female from Maine to compete. Cushing had the 20th-best final round score, shooting a round of 117. She shot a 125 on the first day and a 12...

  • Cheverus wins sportsmanship award

    President William R. Campbell, S.J. (left), and Principal John H.R. Mullen did the honors as the Southwestern Maine Activities Association awarded its 2009 Sportsmanship Award to Cheverus High School. As part of the yearly SMAA Sportsmanship Summit, the student athletes in attendance from the A...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Waynflete coaching openings Waynflete School is seeking fall and winter coaches for the 2009-2010 school year. Fall varsity girls' soccer and junior varsity boys' soccer, along with winter va...

  • Power Pigs win championship

    Scrumhalf Cole Hutchison scored the try that lifted the Portland U-19 "Power Pigs" boys' rugby club to a 24-19 win over Kearsage, N.H., in Saturday's semifinal match. Top-ranked Portland then downed No. 2 Amoskeag, 20-0 to winthe Maine/New Hampshire championship, capping an 8-0 season...

  • Odyssey wins Memorial Day championship

    The Odyssey Sport '97 U-11 girls' soccer team, featuring players from The Forecaster's coverage area, won the recent 28th annual Sportsmanship Memorial Day Weekend Tournament in Framingham, Mass. Odyssey went 5-0 and downed Natick, Mass., 2-1, to win the crown. Bottom row (left to r...

  • Cheverus boys tie for first at SMAA track meet; Stags girls second

    SCARBOROUGH — Runners, jumpers and throwers from the city of Portland more than held their own at the Southern Maine Activities Association outdoor track championship meet Saturday in Scarborough. The Cheverus boys had the best showing, tying Bonny Eagle for first place with 94 po...

  • Portland recap: June brings playoff excitement

    As this issue hits the streets, the baseball, softball and lacrosse regular seasons are coming to a close. Here's a look at where things stand with the playoffs right around the corner: Baseball: Deering's win streak hits 44

  • A baseball story, starring Regan Flaherty

    By Eric Carson Regan Flaherty is one of the good guys. A fine young man indeed, with several characteristics that will most certainly help him as he shuffles through this thing called life. But these are the sports pages of the Portland Forecaster, and this is a story ...

  • Waynflete dominates again, rolls past NYA, 12-3

    PORTLAND— Perhaps the Waynflete girls' lacrosse team really won't be tested this spring. The Flyers hosted North Yarmouth Academy Saturday afternoon in a rematch of last year's memorable Class B state final, but the Panthers, like 10 other teams to date this season, had no answer ...