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  • North Sports Roundup

    Christmas basketball tournament upcoming The annual Red Claws Christmas Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday at the Portland Exposition Building and Portland High School. On Opening Day at the Expo, in games involving local teams, the Scarborough and Falmouth girls play at 12 p.m....

  • Winter sports fun is underway

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Wells and Yarmouth-Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball, Greely-Falmouth, Freeport-Cape Elizabeth and Yarmouth-Kennebunk girls' basketball, with additional photos, see theforecaster.net) The new winter...

  • Mid-Coast teams closing in on championships

    As of press time, three lacrosse teams still entertained championship dreams. There was plenty of other playoff excitement in other sports over the past week. Here's a glimpse: Girls' lacrosse

  • Mid-Coast roundup: June 17

    Bowdoin men's lacrosse player honored

  • Greely takes Western B baseball title; Gardiner next in the state game Saturday

    STANDISH— It took seemingly forever for the Greely baseball team to win its semifinal round game Saturday at Cape Elizabeth. Tuesday, however, in the regional final at St. Joseph's College, the Rangers took care of business early and often, scoring five runs in the first inning an...

  • Greely baseball wins semifinal thriller; NYA, Yarmouth sent packing in quarterfinals

    The Greely baseball team added another inspirational chapter to its storied history Saturday afternoon at Cape Elizabeth. The Rangers couldn't even muster a hit into the seventh inning, but somehow found a way to outlast the top-ranked and defending regional champion Capers,

  • Falmouth, Greely out of softball playoffs

    The softball season came to an end in Forecaster Country last week when Falmouth and Greely dropped agonizing one-run decisions. The Yachtsmen went 8-8 in the regular season and wound up with the No. 10 seed. After a one-day delay due to rain, they visited No. 7 Oak Hill last Wednesday in the ...

  • Yarmouth boys' tennis wins first Class B title; Falmouth, NYA girls repeat

    Confirming that some of the best tennis in the state is found in Forecaster Country, three local teams won state championships Saturday at Colby College in Waterville. While Falmouth was repeating as the finest Class B girls' team in the state and North Yarmouth Academy's girls were winning a ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Wyman third at New England golf championship Falmouth senior Jack Wyman finished tied for third at the New England high school golf championship Tuesday in Keene, N.H. Wyman shot an even par 72. Power Pigs runners-up in 7's tourney

  • Locals compete at New England outdoor track meet

    The curtain fell on the 2009 outdoor track and field season Saturday in Burlington, Vt., where Forecaster Country runners, jumpers and throwers competed at the New England championships. Greely's Mark McCauley came in fifth in the boys' 800 (1 minute, 55.83 seconds). Teammate James ...