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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    McAuley basketball clinic offered The four-time defending Class A state champion McAuley girls' basketball program is offering a clinic for three weeks in December. The clinic will be run by varsity coach Billy Goodman and the players. On Sundays Dec. 7, 14 and 21, 45 minutes will be dev...

  • A lot of Forecaster Country all-stars again this fall

    (Ed. Note: The SMAA football all-star team hadn't been released by press time. When it is, we'll list the local recipients) The autumn of 2014 was extremely successful and local athletes made their presence felt on postseason all-star teams. Here's a glimpse: Boys' ...

  • South Portland edges Portland in season-opening softball clash

    In a play symbolic of their contest, South Portland junior first baseman Olivia Whitton took a throw just in time to force Portland's Becca Smith during the host Red Riots' 1-0 season-opening victory Saturday. (Jason Veilleux photo)

  • Deering coach, former major leaguer Ladd named to Maine Baseball Hall of Fame

    New Deering baseball coach Mike Coutts and former major leaguer Pete Ladd are two of the 12 new inductees to the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame, The Forecaster learned Friday morning. Coutts, of Scarborough, was a co-captain on the 1981 University of Maine squad that went to the Colle...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Livada named Player of the Week Former Cape Elizabeth standout Drake Livada, now a junior designated hitter at Brandeis University, was named the University Athletic Association's Player of the Week after hitting safely in all five games last week, to the tune of .571 with fo...

  • Midcoast Sports Roundup

    Rowing club looking for members

  • Bowdoin Beat

    Track teams earn victories Bowdoin's spring teams have had mixed results in most sports in recent days, but one has produced some triumph. Track

  • Spring Preview: Cheverus Stags

    There's a lot of new this spring at Cheverus as baseball, softball, boys' track and girls' tennis all feature first-year coaches. There's plenty of optimism as well. Baseball hopes to make a run at the postseason. Softball is looking to return and go even deeper. Both lacrosse teams are positio...

  • Spring Preview: Deering Rams

    Springtime always seems to bring plenty of triumph to Deering. The powerhouse baseball team is coming off yet another Class A crown. The Rams will seek to three-peat behind a new coach. Softball has a seismic change after longtime coach Tige Curran retired. That squad shows promise. Boys' lacro...

  • Spring Preview: McAuley Lions

    McAuley's spring sports teams are hoping for improvement. Softball has some talent and could move up the standings. Lacrosse looks to take advantage of an easier scheduling tier. Track always produces solid athletes. Tennis should return to its accustomed perch as a top contender.