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  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick Parks and Rec offering hoops leagues Brunswick Parks and Recreation is offering two adult basketball leagues this winter. One is open to teams consisting of players 18 and older and the other is an over-35 league. Teams will be accept into the leagues until Nov. 25. FMI, 725-66...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC men fall from unbeaten ranks The Southern Maine Community College men's basketball team suffered its first loss last Wednesday, 67-60, at Bridgton Academy. Tyheem Simon had 19 points, while Atencio Martin added 18. The Seawolves got back in the win column Saturday, downing visiting ...

  • Former Olympian to direct track camp

    Former Olympian to direct track camp

  • Locals lead MCU soccer team to another state crown

    The Maine Coast United U-16 girls' soccer team captured their fourth straight state title when Kim Bernard notched the game's only goal very late in the game. The team is comprised of girls from the greater Portland area and earned the right to compete in US Soccer's National Championship Series Re...

  • Portland sports roundup

    Portland girl earns Hall of Fame scholarship Portland High senior Casey Monaghan, the school's Fall Female Athlete of the Year, will be one of 10 recipients of a $1,500 scholarship at the Maine Sports Hall of Fame banquet Sunday. Monaghan, who was nomiated by her sc...

  • Track regular season over, postseason begins Saturday

    Local outdoor track and field teams saw plenty of each other last week as the regular season came to an end. Last Monday, Deering played host to Cheverus, McAuley, Portland and South Portland. In the boys' meet, the Stags came in first by a half-point over the Red Riots. The Rams ed...

  • Portland recap: Playoff spots still up for grabs; Local teams in the hunt in several sports

    The end of the regular season in baseball, softball, lacrosse and tennis is rapidly approaching and there are several Portland-area teams jockeying for positioning. Here's a look at where things stand as the month of May nears its end: Girls' lacrosse: Waynflete ready for cl...

  • Lacrosse Top 10 polls

    As of May 26th: COACHES' BOYS' TOP TEN POLL MICHAEL'S BOYS' TOP TEN POLL 1) Yarmouth                               1) Yarmouth 2) Portland                                 ...

  • Cape Elizabeth softball climbs mountain, beats Hill, Fryeburg, 3-1

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Two years of frustration came to a delicious end for the Cape Elizabeth softball team Monday afternoon. The Capers got a much needed win against defending Class B state champion Fryeburg, riding a clutch pitching performance from senior Trish Thibodeau and a consist...

  • Falmouth gives Portland a scare, but Bulldogs win, 8-7

    PORTLAND—The hard-charging, up-and-coming Falmouth boys' lacrosse team almost earned its biggest win to date Friday afternoon, giving powerhouse host Portland everything it could handle before succumbing, 8-7. The Yachtsmen were down 6-2 at halftime, but erupted for five straight ...