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  • Fall sports season was special

    The fall sports season produced no shortage of drama from beginning to end and Forecaster Country athletes and teams created countless thrills. The greatest came from the Cape Elizabeth volleyball team, which three times was pushed to the brink, but won each time in five sets to win a firs...

  • Brunswick punches state game ticket

    BRUNSWICK — Bessey. Bandouveres. Brunswick. Beast of B-East. If that all has a nice ring to it, five touchdowns in their first five possessions of the Pine Tree Conference football championship last Friday night sounded even better to the Dragons.

  • Shardlow named new Falmouth girls' soccer coach

    Jon Shardlow, who coached his alma mater Waynflete to a Class D and a Class C girls' soccer state championship during his five years at the school, is leaving to become the new girls coach at Falmouth High, The Forecaster learned Thursday. Shardlow, a graduate of Waynflete and Manha...

  • South edition: Spring season nears midway point

    The short and sweet spring sports season continues to produce memorable moments for local teams and athletes. Here's a glimpse of how things stand as we hit the middle of May: Baseball: Red Storm bounce back

  • Comeback Capers win at NYA; Cape Elizabeth erases 7-3 deficit, wins 11-9

    YARMOUTH — Early in the second half of Wednesday's boys' lacrosse game at North Yarmouth Academy, the Cape Elizabeth Capers didn't even remotely resemble the championship squad they hope to become. By game's end, however, the Capers were right back in the discussion of top contend...

  • A grand win for Cape Elizabeth baseball; Piscopo's blast leads Capers to 5-1 win at Greely

    CUMBERLAND — The defending Western Class B champion Cape Elizabeth baseball team got its biggest win of the 2009 season Monday afternoon.

  • Yarmouth splits lacrosse doubleheader

    Boys race past Scarborough, girls drop close one to Kennebunk YARMOUTH— Slow starts put both Yarmouth lacrosse teams behind the eight ball Tuesday night. Both squads were eventually able to rally, but only one wound up with a 'W' in an entertaining evening showcase of ...

  • South sports roundup

    Cape Elizabeth honoring former athletic director

  • SP hockey wins sportsmanship award

    South Portland's hockey team was recently honored by the School Committee for winning the Western Class A hockey sportsmanship award. School Superintendent Suzanne Godin also recognized Red Riots coach Joe Robinson for being chosen Class A Tier II/III Coach of the Year.  Left to ri...

  • Bowdoin Beat: May 13; Tennis teams eliminated

    Bowdoin's tennis teams saw their NCAA title dreams denied last weekend. Other spring sports have come to a close, but postseason awards have been bestowed. Tennis Bowdoin's men's tennis team beat Vassar 5-0 in the second round of the NCAA tournament last...