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  • Cheverus comes to life, wins at Deering

    PORTLAND—For nearly five minutes Friday evening, Cheverus' boys' basketball team did little right and as a result, found itself in a mighty hole. Then, the Stags dug out of it and proved that it's not how you begin a game that matters, but how you finish. Cheverus fell behind ...

  • Waynflete boys still perfect after holding off OOB

    PORTLAND—The 2014-15 Waynflete boys' basketball team remains a work in progress, but there are signs that this squad, like last year's edition, could evolve into something quite special. Friday afternoon, the defending Western C champion Flyers hosted rival Old Orchard Beach and whil...

  • Northern Sports Roundup

    Falmouth football registration ongoing

  • Maine RipTide place second at Junior Olympic ASA tourney

    The Maine RipTide U-14 softball team, featuring players from Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland and Scarborough, finished runner-up at the state tournament for Junior Olympic ASA softball last weekend in Fairfield. Front row (left to right): Katie Whittum, Emma Seymour, Alyssa Lovesin-Young...

  • Cheverus, Waynflete hire new coaches

    While the 2009-2010 school year is still a couple months away, Cheverus and Waynflete both announced the hiring of new coaches last week. In the fall, the Flyers will present Todd Dominski as their new girls' soccer coach. Dominski, who replaces Jon Shardlow, has served as a club co...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SailMaine seeking coaches SailMaine is seeking fall coaches for its high school teams. Assistant coaches are also sought. The season begins in mid-August and ends Oct. 31. Teams practice three days a week from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. FMI,

  • Spring sports season once again sensational for Portland schools

    The 2009 spring sports season featured the old and the new. While many new faces had their moment in the spotlight, perennial champions once again did their thing, and after a warm start, Mother Nature delivered a rainy payback in spades. Ultimately, the lingering momen...

  • MCU wins Coastal Summer Challenge

    The Maine Coast United U-12 boys' soccer team, featuring players from throughout The Forecaster's coverage area, just completed a very successful 19-3 regular season by winning the Coastal Summer Challenge tournament in Bowdoin to capture the New England Soccer League championship. MCU United w...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Three local lacrosse players named All-Americans

  • Cape Elizabeth girls, Scarborough boys ousted in lacrosse regional finals

    While the Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team was able to advance to the state championship game, the school's girls' team and the defending Class A boys' champion Scarborough weren't as fortunate. The Red Storm's quest for a third Class A crown in four seasons was dashed emphaticall...