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  • Cape Little League pitcher throws perfect game

    Curtis Sullivan, a member of the Cape Elizabeth 9/10 all-star gold baseball team, recently pitched a perfect game against Freeport. Sullivan retired all 18 batters he faced, including eight by strikeout. In an interesting twist, Sullivan followed in the footsteps of his father and older brother, ...

  • Giroux Energy Services wins Portland Majors softball title

    The Giroux Energy Services team won the recent Portland Majors softball title for girls ages 9 and 10. Sadie Armstrong pitched the team to victory, beating Play It Again Sports in the title game. Armstrong went on to strike out 16 in a 9/10 all-star game against Windham/Raymond. Front row...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Atlantic Sportswear hosting lacrosse stringing clinicAtlantic Sportswear's new lacrosse division and retail store LAXPROS is hosting a stringing clinic for players and coaches Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at 36 Waldron Way, Portland (off Riverside Street). Please e-mail

  • Deering boys runner-up at SMAA track championships

    The indoor track postseason began Saturday at the Portland Expo with the 79th SMAA championship meet and will culminate Monday at the state championships. The fun began early Saturday morning with the boys' SMAA competition. When it ended, Deering had 107.33 points, good for second behind ...

  • Katahdin field hockey team impresses at tournament

    The Katahdin U-19 field hockey team was second at a recent tournament at Wheaton College. The squad wound up 4-0-1. The team includes local players Ally Boyington and Lauren Nicholson from Cape Elizabeth, Katie Semo of Cheverus, Falmouth's Courtney Proctor, Emily Curato of Greely and Waynflete's ...

  • Hyland's return sparks South Portland to 53-43 win over Cheverus

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Clutching a basketball like he always does, Keegan Hyland pushed open the door for the first time in more than a year and charged out in front of his Red Riots for the real thing, filling what little spaces...

  • Deering gets past McAuley again, this time in OT, 44-41

    PORTLAND—This time it took four extra minutes, but the Deering girls' basketball team found a way to hold off neighbor and rival McAuley once again. Just eight days after holding on for a nine-point win at home, the Rams went to the Lions' Den and endured a late tying basket by the h...

  • Falmouth's unbeaten no more after 48-45 loss to Cape

    FALMOUTH—The Falmouth boys' basketball team is no longer undefeated and it's not going to be the No. 1 seed for the upcoming Western Class B tournament. That's because Friday night in front of an overflowing crowd, the two-time defending regional champion Cape Elizabeth Capers raced ...

  • Bowdoin track teams host Invitational

    Bowdoin's Kyle Hebert heads for a victory in the 400 at last weekend's Invitational meet against MIT, Tufts, Colby and Springfield. The Polar Bears men's team was third behind MIT and Springfield.

  • Greely manager serves as assistant coach

    Longtime Greely High boys' basketball team manager Joshua King (center) was honored at the team's season finale Senior Night contest versus Lake Region Thursday when he was named an assistant coach for the game. King (flanked by fellow assistants Travis Seaver, right, and Perry Thibodeau) helped ...