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  • Yarmouth girls end season on high note by edging Falmouth

    YARMOUTH—On Yarmouth's Senior Night, it was a dynamic freshman who stole the show. Monday evening, in a battle of two of the best girls' soccer teams around, the surging Clippers hosted longtime rival Falmouth in a final playoff tuneup. For much of the night, Yarmouth returned...

  • Waynflete closes with win over Freeport, ready for three-peat run

    PORTLAND—If ever there was a team that was fit for anything but a tie, it was the Waynflete Flyers. Waynflete, the two-time defending Class C girls' soccer champion, had settled for draws in five of its first 13 contests, including its past two, and Monday afternoon at Fore River Fie...

  • 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...

  • Correction

    Last week's girls' tennis preview incorrectly named Yarmouth's No. 1 singles player. That player is Hannah Potter.

  • Spring season begins

    With a wonderful hint of summer in the air, the spring sports season is underway as every sport but track had begun in earnest at press time. Baseball In light of their injury problems, the baseball team that is off to the most successful and surprising...

  • Southern Sports Roundup

    Local players named to SMAA hockey all-star teams

  • Mid-Coast Roundup

    NYA coaching openings

  • Bowdoin Beat

    Boys' lacrosse on to semifinals Bowdoin's spring season is slowly coming to a close, but men's lacrosse, baseball and tennis are still going strong. Men's lacrosse The Bowdoin men's lacrosse team is still alive in the NESCAC tourname...

  • Spring season begins in Mid-Coast

    With a wonderful hint of summer in the air, the spring sports season is underway as every sport but track has begun in earnest. Baseball Brunswick's baseball team is off to a sizzling start. The Dragons have defeated Oxford Hills (7-3), Leavitt (16-5, i...