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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...

  • Maine Wave wins championship

    The Maine Wave 8th grade girls' basketball team, featuring players from Portland, Cumberland, Falmouth, South Portland, Gorham and Westbrook, won its third straight YBOA state championship March 28 in Waterville. Kneeling (left to right): Caton Beaulieu, Leigh Wyman, Anna Hickey.

  • Hot Tamales win tournament

    The Casco Bay Hockey Mites Division "Hot Tamales" won the Mighty Mite March Mania tournament in Orono in late March. They defeated the Lewiston Junior Maniacs in the title game, 6-2. The team featured players from Portland, Falmouth, Yarmouth and South Portland. Top row (l...

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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    D-League team named The new Maine entry in the NBA Developmental League will be known as the "Red Claws," the team announced last week. The name was selected by the fans. The Red Claws begin play in November at the Portland Expo. New soccer organizati...

  • Mt. Ararat honors winter athletes

    Mt. Ararat High School recently announced its winter sports superlatives.

  • Winter 2008-09 Male & Female Athletes of the Year

    As usual, selecting the top male and female winter athletes from each school was a challenge. While coaches and athletic directors were consulted, the ultimate decision was mine, based on seeing all or part of 128 sporting events since early December. The following athletes weren't always the most p...

  • Other winners

    If you're curious about who won in The Forecaster's other coverage areas, here you go:

  • Male & Female Winter Coaches of the Year

    Coach of the year is another very difficult award to bestow. There are so many devoted and excellent ones out there. These awards were not necessarily awarded to a man and a woman, but to the top coach of a boys' team and the top coach of a girls' team. Winter 2008-0...