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  • Scarborough skater medals at regional championships

    Scarborough's Morgan Sewall, 17, earned the silver medal in the senior ladies' division at the recent New England Regional Figure Skating championships in Burlington, Vermont and qualified for the sectionals championship Nov. 18-22 in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Sewall qualified for sectionals f...

  • Yarmouth skater medals at regional championships

    Yarmouth's Franz-Peter Jerosch, 13, earned the silver medal in the intermediate men's division at the recent New England Regional Figure Skating championships in Burlington, Vermont and qualified for the sectionals championship Nov. 18-22 in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Jerosch was third at secti...

  • Web exclusive: NYA squeaks past Kennebunk, 8-7

    YARMOUTH— In a game that oozed postseason intensity and made us wish they could meet again, the host North Yarmouth Academy Panthers girls' lacrosse team built a 5-0 first half lead and gave all but one goal of it back before holding off a furious charge from the Kennebunk Rams Thursday after...

  • North recap: Greely baseball, Yarmouth boys' lax early bloomers

    Freeport junior Kyle Moore slid safely into second on this play. The Falcons lost 16-2 to the Capers. (Jason Veilleux photo)

  • Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse makes it three straight wins

    Capers hold off Falmouth's upset bid, 6-3 CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team found out first-hand Wednesday night that as predicted, the Falmouth Yachtsmen are on the verge of becoming an elite contender. Despite their youth and inexperien...

  • Web exclusive: Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse holds off Falmouth's upset bid, 6-3

    CAPE ELIZABETH— The Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team found out first-hand Wednesday night that as predicted, the Falmouth Yachtsmen are on the verge of becoming an elite contender. Despite their youth and inexperience, the Yachtsmen came into the lair of the most storied program...

  • South edition: Spring season in full flower

    As the surprisingly good weather continues (for the most part), fans and athletes alike are thrilled that all spring sports are underway. Forecaster Country schools have impressed in the early going. Here's a glimpse: Baseball: Scarborough crushes Cheverus

  • Outdoor track season underway

    Scarborough girls make an early statement Track is always in season in Forecaster Country, but there's something about the spring which seems to bring out the best in local runners, jumpers and throwers. The curtain came up on a new season last week and at fir...

  • South sports roundup

    SMCC baseball, softball playing for league titles

  • Bowdoin Beat

    Tennis teams advance to NCAAs Track and tennis are the last Bowdoin spring sports standing as NCAA competition awaits. Track