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  • Sports Roundup

    Brunswick youth summer programs upcoming Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department is offering several programs this month. Boys' summer basketball starts Monday at Brunswick High School. Youth field hockey clinics will be held Monday evenings at Brunswick Junior High School. Golf for Ki...

  • Super spring sports season won't soon be forgotten

    It began with snowbanks as a backdrop, but the spring sports season, like the weather, quickly ramped up into something quite enjoyable. Cape Elizabeth and South Portland's baseball teams enjoyed magical seasons, as the Capers, who won just four games in 2014, got to the Western B Final, w...

  • Cape Elizabeth decimates Mountain Valley 34-0, locks up homefield advantage

    CAPE ELIZABETH—Chop. Chop. Chop. Just keep chopping away. Eventually enough well-placed hacks will fell any specie if you stay on task long enough. For the last four seasons, coach Aaron Filieo and his Cape Elizabeth football team have done just that, swinging a mighty axe down ...

  • Scarborough wins first field hockey championship; NYA drops heartbreaker

    The Scarborough Red Storm saved their best for last Saturday afternoon to win their first-ever field hockey state championship, 2-1, over reigning eight-time Class A champion Skowhegan. The Red Storm were staring at a second straight agonizing defeat at the hands of the Indians, as ...

  • Harvest Bowl time

    BODY { font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12px; } Brunswick 49ers quarterback Christian Jensen hands off to running back Hunter Garrett durng the 49ers opening round loss to Cumberland.  Brunswick Area Youth Football League is hosting the JV Harvest Bowl which ...

  • One win away: Scarborough field hockey to play for Class A championship

    SCARBOROUGH—It isn't often the biggest goal of a team's season comes before halftime and only forges a tie, but there's little disputing the importance of what happened late in the first half of Monday evening's Western Class A Final at Scarborough High School. The upstart second-ranked Chev...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Cross country regionals, states postponed Due to Saturday's bad weather, the Maine Principals' Association pushed the cross country regional championships back a week to this coming Saturday, meaning the state championship meet will now be held Saturday, Nov. 7. Both meets will be conte...

  • Playoffs galore in the Mid-Coast

    The football regular season came to a close last weekend, adding another sport to an already chock-full playoff roster. Here's a glance at where things stand for local teams: Football Brunswick and Morse are playoff bound, while Mt. Ararat just missed out. The Dr...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bath YMCA Halloween Run taking registration Registration is now open for the Bath Area Family YMCA's Long Reach 5K Pumpkin Run, to be held Saturday at 9 a.m. Pre-registration cost is $15. Day-of is $20. There will also be a kids' 1-mile fun run, beginning at 8:15 a.m. The cos...

  • Scarborough boys' soccer beats SP in quarterfinals, Portland next; Cape Elizabeth ousted at Windham

    The Western Class A boys' soccer playoffs got underway Monday night with a stirring and stunning come-from-behind victory by South Portland in the preliminary round. The ninth-ranked Red Riots rallied from a two-goal second half deficit to beat host No. 8 Kennebunk 3-2, in overtime,...