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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf tournament upcoming The second annual Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf scramble will be held Monday, Aug. 10 at the Falmouth Country Club. Tee time is 8 a.m. The cost is $125 for an individual or $625 for a team. FMI, 504-6182.

  • Sterling returns to NYA field hockey

    Julia Sterling, who led North Yarmouth Academy's field hockey program to a pair of state titles in an eight-year tenure between 2003-10, is returning to the program to replace Tracy Quimby, who recently stepped down after four seasons. The Panthers reached the Western C semifinals in 2014.

  • Cheverus boys second at Class A track meet

    There were local highlights aplenty at last week's Class A and B indoor track and field state championship meets. In Class A, at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham, the Cheverus boys finished with 57 points to place second to Brunswick (106). Portland, led by standout Imadhi Zagon,...

  • City skiers compete at states

    Local skiers made their mark on the slopes and trails at venues across the state last week during championship meets. In Class A, the Cheverus girls came in sixth in Alpine, while the boys didn't score as a team. In the giant slalom, Emily Machesney came in fourth (with a time of 1 ...

  • Portland hockey falls late in quarterfinals

    PORTLAND—Besides parking tickets, there’s always one other thing you can count on from Portland. The athletes from America’s third oldest public high school have never been an easy out regardless of the sport. For a perfect example, consider the undermanned Bulldogs boys’ hockey ch... 1

  • Scarborough rallies to shock Deering in Western A Final

    PORTLAND—Some how, some way, Scarborough's girls' basketball team made history Saturday night. Down by seven points with under six minutes remaining, generating virtually no offense and hoping against hope that senior standout Christy Manning could remain on the floor one foul away from ...

  • Cheverus downs Westbrook to win Western A championship

    PORTLAND—The Cheverus boys' basketball team's triumphant and tumultuous 2009-10 season lives on. The Stags overcame a slow start Saturday night in the Western Class A Final at the Cumberland County Civic Center, but turned up the defense and went on a 23-7 second half run to down No. 2 W...

  • Waynflete's dream ends with regional final loss to Madison

    After a week of drama and triumph at the Augusta Civic Center, the championship dream ended for the Waynflete girls' basketball team amid a flurry of missed shots Saturday evening in the Western Class C Final. The second-ranked Flyers certainly had their chances against No. 1 Madison, but ...

  • Greely denied by York again in regional final

    PORTLAND—Not again! That's the lament of the Greely girls' basketball team after Saturday's Western Class B Final at the Cumberland County Civic Center. The third-ranked Rangers hoped to snap a five-game, three-year losing streak to top-ranked York, their nemesis, but couldn't...

  • Falmouth downs Cape, 53-40, wins first Western B title

    PORTLAND—Falmouth's time has arrived. Finally. After losing in their previous three trips to the Western Class B Final, including last winter, the Yachtsmen finally got over the hump Saturday afternoon at the Cumberland County Civic Center, holding off rival and nemesis Cape E...