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  • Sports Roundup

    Mere Creek hosting golf youth camp Head PGA pro Kevin Joseph and assistant Henry Fall will host a Junior Golf Camp July 13-14 at Mere Creek in Brunswick. The camp is for players ages 8 to 16 and the cost is $150. FMI, 721-9995 or ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Scarborough girls ousted in regional final Scarborough's girls' lacrosse team saw its season end last Wednesday with a 16-3 loss at Marshwood in the Western Class A Final. The Red Storm, the No. 4 seed, finished the year 10-5. The second-ranked Hawks went on to win their first state cham...

  • Message to Class B: Don't forget about Capers; two-time champs earn statement victory over Greely

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball team isn't about to relinquish its two-year hold on Western Class B without a fight. The Capers reinforced the fact that they're still one of the top teams in the region with an impressive 66-55 home victory over rival Greely Satur...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC hosting alumni basketball gameSouthern Maine Community College is hosting a men's basketball alumni game Sunday, Jan. 24 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., prior to the men's varsity game against Holyoke C.C. at 1 p.m. FMI, 741-5927.South Portland coaching openin...

  • Holiday break arrives for local teams

    Just as quickly as we began, the 2009-10 winter sports season is set to take a brief holiday hiatus. While the sample size is small, early results have impressed and plenty more drama and triumph appear in store for 2010. Here's a glimpse at where things stand with the arrival of Santa Claus....

  • Cheverus AD 'honored' by national citation

    In his nearly three decades as the athletic director at Cheverus High School, Gary Hoyt has been considered one of the finest in the state. Earlier this month in Texas, Hoyt went national, earning a National Federation of State High School Associations Citation recognizing his work as an o...

  • Holiday break arrives for local teams

    Just as quickly as we began, the 2009-10 winter sports season is set to take a brief holiday hiatus. While the sample size is small, early results have impressed and plenty more drama and triumph appear in store for 2010. Here's a glimpse at where things with the arrival of Santa Claus.

  • North Sports Roundup

    Casco Bay Stripers compete in two meetsSwimmers from the Casco Bay YMCA Stripers competed in the recent Seacoast Harvest Meet and against the Twin City Swim Team of Lewiston/Auburn. Several new team records were set in the latter meet. That group included Emelia Von Saltza...

  • Greely boys drop showdown at Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Three nights after losing to preseason favorite Falmouth, the Greely boys' basketball team couldn't hold on to the ball at two-time defending regional champion Cape Elizabeth. Done in by 23 turnovers, the Rangers fell to 4-2 on the season with a 66-55 defeat in a game whic...

  • Scarborough stays perfect with decisive win over McAuley

    SCARBOROUGH—The Scarborough girls’ basketball team piled on some more convincing evidence to support its position as the team to beat this year when senior captain Jenn Colpitts poured in 21 points as the Red Storm built a 30-point lead after three quarters and helped rest its case wi...