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  • South Sports Roundup

    Locals to cap high school career in benefit soccer game Several local soccer standouts will put a bow on their high school careers when they part in the 25th annual SMAA-WMC all-star tournament to benefit Special Olympics Maine Tuesday at Westbrook High School. The women's game starts at...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf tournament upcoming The second annual Maine Basketball Hall of Fame golf scramble will be held Monday, Aug. 10 at the Falmouth Country Club. Tee time is 8 a.m. The cost is $125 for an individual or $625 for a team. FMI, 504-6182.

  • Portland Bulldogs Winter Sports Preview

    The Bulldogs of Portland figure to compete in several sports this winter. Leading the way is a boys' basketball team that got hot at the right time a year ago and reached the regional final. This year's squad figures to once again be among Western Class A's best. The girls' team keeps inching c...

  • Deering Rams Winter Sports Preview

    A championship defense and several new faces are the story at Deering High this winter. The girls' basketball team has won two straight Class A titles and has the goods to do it again. The boys' team has also had its share of success in recent seasons and hopes for a deeper postseason run this ...

  • Cheverus Stags Winter Sports Preview

    Cheverus is always in the middle of the title hunt in several winter sports. This year should be no different. The boys' basketball team has been as successful as any in recent years and is loaded for bear once again. The girls' squad continues to inch its way up the ladder and hopes to finally...

  • Portland boys' hoops loses heartbreaker in season-opener

    SACO—Rarely does such intrigue accompany any boys' basketball game. Particularly the first one of the season. Seldom do they end in such dramatic fashion. Filled with more subplots and twists than a supermarket mystery novel, the Portland Bulldogs and Thornton Academy ...

  • McAuley Lions Winter Sports Preview

    Look for a very strong winter season from McAuley. The storied basketball program is primed to leap right back into the top tier of contenders and hopes to finish the decade as it started, as the best team in Western A. Track has some first-rate talent and should be a force. Swimming has a smal...

  • Waynflete Flyers Winter Sports Preview

    The Waynflete winter athletic teams have enjoyed their share of drama and triumph in recent years and this season should continue the trend. The boys' basketball team enjoyed a surprising trip to Augusta a year ago. This time around, the Flyers could be one of the best in the region. The girls ...

  • Mid-Coast all-stars in abundance

    Brunswick, Morse and Mt. Ararat all had their moments this fall and each school placed plenty of athletes on Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference soccer, field hockey, cross country and golf (football wasn't available at press time) all-star teams. The boys' soccer Class A south division first bo...

  • Mt. Ararat honors top fall athletes

    Mt. Ararat High School recently paid tribute to its top fall athletes. The varsity football team gave its Coaches' Award to Frank True. T.C. Schofield won the Outstanding Senior citation. The junior varsity team gave its Coaches' Award to Chandler McKeage. Freshman football honored Ryan Smith wi...