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  • Scarborough beats Cheverus for elusive regional title

    LEWISTON—For nearly a dozen years, Scarborough's boys' hockey team knocked at the regional championship door only to be rebuffed every time. Tuesday evening, the Red Storm kicked it in. At last. Facing Cheverus in the Western Class A Final at the Colisee, Scarborough, w...

  • Super Six Polls

    Our final polls for boys' and girls' basketball. The final boys' hockey poll will appear next week after the state finals. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Feb. 28, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (co...

  • Scarborough vanquishes Cheverus 3-1 in battle of field hockey unbeatens

    PORTLAND—Something had to give when the 13-0 Cheverus Stags hosted the 12-0 defending Western Class A champion Scarborough Red Storm in a field hockey showdown Thursday afternoon. While the Stags were able to strike first, ultimately, the powerhouse Red Storm wore them down, tying...

  • Action heats up for local teams as postseason nears

    While it seems like only yesterday that we were previewing the fall sports season, the fact of the matter is that the playoffs are right around the corner. The field hockey regular season comes to an end this week and the golf team state match is Saturday in Vassalboro. While football, soccer,...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Local men honored by Maine Sports Legends Former South Portland High varsity football coach and teacher John Wolfgram, former Red Riots men's basketball coach Tony Hamlin and former Cape Elizabeth coach Leroy Rand (posthumous) will be inducted into the Maine Sports Legends Hall of Honor...

  • Playoff push arrives for local teams

    It's hard to believe, but the field hockey regular season is coming to a close and the golf state championships are being held Saturday. While football, soccer and cross country still have a few weeks later, we're closer to the end of the season than the beginning. Here's a look at where local teams...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Former Bowdoin coach honored as Maine Sports Legend The Maine Sports Legends will induct 10 individuals into its "Hall of Honors" Sunday in Waterville. Among that group is former Bowdoin College men's basketball coach Ray Bicknell, who coached the Pola Bears for 23 ...

  • Falmouth and Yarmouth play to another 1-1 tie

    FALMOUTH—Sooner or later, a Falmouth-Yarmouth boys' soccer game is going to turn memorable. That didn't appear to be the case Thursday night, but with just under seven minutes to play, with the host Yachtsmen up 1-0 and apparently heading to a rather humdrum victory, everything changed.

  • Cape Elizabeth girls' soccer falls at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—Junior Jess DiPhillipo delivered a perfect pass into the box for teammate Nancy Cooper who shot near post, putting Falmouth up, 3-1, en route to a 5-1 victory over Cape Elizabeth Tuesday evening. Tied, 1-1, at the half, the Yachtsmen scored four unanswered goals in the second half,... 1

  • Portland boys' soccer rolls to 6-1 win over Cheverus on Breast Cancer Awareness Night

    PORTLAND-On a night where pink was prevelant, the Portland boys' soccer team left the Cheverus Stags blue. Fitzpatrick Stadium was the site of an inspirational pregame ceremony in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. The field was adorned with pink ribbons, the teams played with a pink soccer bal...