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  • Deering girls start fast, blank South Portland

    PORTLAND—Not a lot was expected from the Deering girls' soccer team this fall, but as we near the midway pole, the Rams are among the best in Western Class A. And they don't show any signs of slowing down. Monday evening at Memorial Field, Deering demonstrated just what makes ...

  • Cheverus and Deering settle for field hockey tie

    PORTLAND—It was a game that no one deserved to lose. And no one did. Monday afternoon at Memorial Field, the Cheverus and Deering field hockey teams gave their all for 76 back-and-forth minutes and in the end, wound up splitting Heal Points. After a relatively uneventfu...

  • 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

  • Spring Preview: Freeport Falcons

    Freeport's spring teams are looking for improvement this season. Baseball is hoping to win a game for the first time since 2007. Softball has a chance to be a contender. Boys' lacrosse welcomes a new coach this spring and boasts some talent. The girls' lacrosse squad is also under new stewardsh...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Greely girls' lacrosse clinic

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Women's basketball league taking registration The Hancock Lumber Women's Summer Basketball League, hosted by Southern Maine Community college, is taking registration for the 2009 season. Games will be held Tuesday and Thursday nights from June 2 through July 9. Registration d...

  • Middle school track standout enjoys perfect season

    Memorial Middle School captain Danica Gleason culminated a perfect season at last month's Middle School Festival Meet at the Portland Expo. It's believed to be the first time in at least two decades that such a feat had occurred. Gleason scored 67.5 points on the year, the highest possible. She rank...

  • Midcoast Sports Roundup

    Rowing club looking for members A rowing club is starting in mid-May at Bowdoin College Boathouse on the New Meadows River at Sawyer Park. There will be both sweeping and sculling, 8's, 4's, singles, etc. The group will row in the morning for an hour with a coach on the water...