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  • Bulldogs' buzzer beater makes it 27 straight

    PORTLAND—Portland's boys' basketball team, the defending Class A state champion, has won a lot of games of late, but not in epic, dramatic, buzzer beating fashion. Until Thursday at the Portland Exposition Building. Hosting a South Portland squad which has far exceeded expecta...

  • SP girls bounce back with win at Portland

    PORTLAND—For the first three games this winter, South Portland's girls' basketball team appeared unstoppable. Then, the Red Riots stumbled with a loss at Thornton Academy Tuesday, but Thursday evening, they had a chance to respond and in a difficult setting, did just that. Fac...

  • Deering dismantled by Thornton Academy, 30-0

    PORTLAND—No one was expecting this. Friday evening, the Deering football team hosted Thornton Academy in what some thought would be a case of the Rams chopping the undefeated Golden Trojans down to size. Instead, Thornton Academy took an early lead, took advantage of four turnove... 1

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Knights of Columbus sponsoring soccer challenge The Knights of Columbus Bath Council is sponsoring a soccer challenge for boys and girls ages 10 to 14, Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Legion Field on Congress Ave. in Bath. FMI, 443-9196. BIW hockey team facing Montreal Canadien...

  • South 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 defeated C...

  • Greely girls' soccer rallies past Cape Elizabeth 3-2 to remain unbeaten

    CUMBERLAND—The Greely girls' soccer team found itself in uncharted waters Wednesday night: playing from behind. The Rangers were victimized twice by Cape Elizabeth junior standout Karyn Barrett in the first half and were down 2-1 after 40 minutes, but tied the score 61 seconds into the secon...

  • South Portland's girls' soccer upset of Scarborough highlights exciting week

    There was plenty of drama and even a major upset in recent fall sports action. Here's a look at where things stand with the second half of the regular season upon us. Girls' soccer Entering Saturday morning's contest, the Scarborough girls' soccer team had won six straig...

  • Shocker of the season! SP upsets Bonny Eagle, 48-45; Cape Elizabeth improves to 4-0, Scarborough falls to 0-4

    This, folks, is why they play the games. Last Friday evening, the reeling South Portland football team, clinging to faint playoff hopes at 1-2, hosted the big, bad undefeated Bonny Eagle Scots in a contest that most expected to be one-sided. Instead, the upset of the season ensued....

  • Another solid week for local teams

    The week that was proved to be largely triumphant for local teams. Here's a glimpse: Football The defending Eastern B champion Morse Shipbuilders have now won three straight after dominating visiting Winslow 33-6 Saturday to improve to 3-1. Morse goes to 3-1 Hampden Friday night....

  • Bowdoin fall teams in weekend action

    Bowdoin College fall sports teams were busy last weekend. Football opened its year with a dramatic 50-35 come-from-behind victory over Middlebury, behind 374 passing yards and four TDs from quarterback Oliver Kell. Kell and wide receiver Pat Noone (12 receptions, 180 yards, two scores) were named NE...