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  • One goal's enough to send Cape past Greely

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Cape Elizabeth's field hockey team keeps finding a way to win one-goal games. The Greely Rangers, meanwhile, are wondering what they have to do to get in the win column. Monday evening at Hannaford Field, the Capers played their fifth one-goal game of the season...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for football, boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Sept. 13, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon...

  • Spring Preview: Cheverus Stags

    There's a lot of new this spring at Cheverus as baseball, softball, boys' track and girls' tennis all feature first-year coaches. There's plenty of optimism as well. Baseball hopes to make a run at the postseason. Softball is looking to return and go even deeper. Both lacrosse teams are positio...

  • Spring Preview: Deering Rams

    Springtime always seems to bring plenty of triumph to Deering. The powerhouse baseball team is coming off yet another Class A crown. The Rams will seek to three-peat behind a new coach. Softball has a seismic change after longtime coach Tige Curran retired. That squad shows promise. Boys' lacro...

  • Spring Preview: McAuley Lions

    McAuley's spring sports teams are hoping for improvement. Softball has some talent and could move up the standings. Lacrosse looks to take advantage of an easier scheduling tier. Track always produces solid athletes. Tennis should return to its accustomed perch as a top contender.

  • Spring Preview: Portland Bulldogs

    Several Portland High spring sports teams appear primed for a strong year. Baseball, always a lead contender, welcomes a new coach. Softball does as well and looks to build on last year's playoff berth. The boys' lacrosse squad has positioned itself as a perennial threat to win it all. The coul...

  • Spring Preview: Waynflete Flyers

    Waynflete won a pair of state championships last spring and hopes to equal or better that total this season. As always, girls' lacrosse figures to be a power. After returning to the pinnacle last year, the Flyers have all the necessary ingredients for a repeat. Boys' tennis is also hoping to go...

  • Spring Preview: Cape Elizabeth Capers

    The spring of 2009 should be memorable for fans of Cape Elizabeth athletics. Baseball reached the state final in stunning fashion last year and is widely expected to make it back there this time around. Softball has been a top contender for several seasons and is on the short list of favorites....

  • Spring Preview: Falmouth Yachtsmen

    Falmouth could be championship-caliber in several sports this spring. Girls' tennis is coming off a state title and is a heavy favorite to repeat. The boys' saw their long match win streak end in last year's state final, but should be formidable like always. Both track teams feature an abundanc...

  • Spring Preview: Scarborough Red Storm

    As usual, Scarborough is championship-caliber in several spring sports. The girls' track dynasty is alive and well, regardless of the season. This spring, the Red Storm should be right in the mix for another title. The boys' squad will be very tough as well. Boys' lacrosse is also defending a c... 1