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  • Falmouth field hockey blanks SP to advance

    FALMOUTH—One team was taking part in its 18th successive postseason. The other hadn't played in the playoffs in four years and hadn't won a win-or-go-home game in eight. Based on that disparity of experience, the ensuing result wasn't much of a surprise when the Falmouth Yacht...

  • Cheverus awakens, dances past Portland in prelim

    PORTLAND—For a month, Cheverus' field hockey team tried everything in its power to rediscover its scoring and winning touch. Turns out, the Stags simply needed a little rain dance. Saturday afternoon at Fitzpatrick Stadium, Cheverus, mired in a nine-game winless streak, took o...

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  • Caner-Medley hosting youth clinic

    Former Deering High basketball standout Nik Caner-Medley, currently playing in Spain's top professional league, will return home to host a youth basketball clinic June 13 in the Deering High gymnasium. "Growing up, some of the best and most memorable times I had in basketball w...

  • Cheverus boys' lacrosse falls at home to NYA

    Cheverus' Matt Roy sent NYA's Cam Smith flying during the teams' meeting Saturday afternoon. (Jason Veilleux photo) 1

  • Spring season in full flower

    Deering sophomore Carleton Allen was hounded by Scarborough's Danny Clark during the Rams' 13-1 loss Saturday. (Jason Veilleux photo)

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Power Pigs improve to 4-0

  • NYA boys' lacrosse improves to 2-0 with 13-5 win at Cheverus

    PORTLAND— A year ago, a young North Yarmouth Academy boys' lacrosse team started 0-6 before finally hitting its stride. This spring, while still inexperienced, the Panthers, under new coach Chris Carpentier, have won gone in the other direction and improved to 2-0 Saturday afterno...

  • Web Exclusive: Scarborough baseball dominates Cheverus, 14-0

    SCARBOROUGH— Two days removed from a disappointing, one-sided home loss to Westbrook, the Scarborough baseball team played what amounted to nearly a perfect game Thursday afternoon. The Red Storm dominated visiting Cheverus from the get-go, receiving a stellar pitching effort from...

  • South Portland denies Portland's bid for landmark win

    By Eric Carson The South Portland Red Riots baseball club opened the 2009 season against rival Portland Saturday looking like it was already June. The Red Riots played one of the more complete games in recent memory, getting outstanding pitching and timely hitting, to go with a fin...