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  • Lacrosse top 10 polls

    As of June 2: COACHES' BOYS' TOP TEN POLL MICHAEL'S BOYS' TOP TEN POLL 1) Yarmouth                                                1) Yarmouth 2) Portland                    ...

  • Lax twinbill results in split for Yarmouth; Boys pull away from NYA, girls give Waynflete a scare

    (Ed. Note: For a full girls' game story, visit www.theforecaster.net). Four of the finest lacrosse teams in the state gathered at Yarmouth High School Monday night for a late-season showcase. In the first game, the Clippers girls managed to do something no one else had d...

  • North 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: Falmouth plays two

  • Falmouth boys win WMC track meet; Greely girls second

    YARMOUTH — Runners, jumpers and throwers from Forecaster Country more than held their own at the Western Maine Conference outdoor track championship meet Saturday in Yarmouth. The Falmouth boys continued their stellar season by scoring 172 points to more than double up runner-up S...

  • With singles complete, North area teams eye tennis titles

    Monday's state tennis singles championships at Bates College in Lewiston weren't without Forecaster Country representation as Falmouth's Anna Criscione and Greely's Thomas Dillman competed in the semifinal round. Criscione was ousted in straight sets by eventual champion Christine O...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Dunwoody honored at football awards dinner

  • Cumberland Ultimate wins third straight frisbee title

    The Cumberland Ultimate frisbee team, comprised of Greely High students, recently captured its third consecutive Maine high school championship. CU went 5-0 and outscored the opposition by a composite 73-26 inthe tournament. Front row (Left to right): Jason Lewis, Casey Stevenson, ...

  • Davis named UMPI Female Athlete of hte Year

    Former Greely High standout Erica Davis, the MVP of volleyball, basketball and softball this school year at the University of Maine-Presque Isle, was recently chosen the school's Female Athlete of the Year. Additionally, Davis won multiple all-conference and NAIA awards. She also eclipsed the 1...