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  • Local soccer players win title

    The FSC-Riptide U-17 boys' soccer team won the recent Soccer Maine title and will represent the state at the U.S. Youth Soccer regional tournament in West Virginia in June. Top row, left to right: Cam Tracy, Ray Cormier, Jamie Adelman, Nick Sanzari, Aaron Geller, Nigel Dunn, Austin Farwel...

  • Super Six Polls

    The latest version of our Super-Six polls for baseball, softball and boys' and girls' lacrosse. These polls consider games played through Saturday, May 23, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland High coaching opening Portland High School is seeking a girls' varsity ice hockey coach for the 2009-10 season. FMI, Rich Drummond 874-8257 or drummr@portlandschools.org. Maine RipTide softball team ...

  • Cheverus stays unbeaten, rolls to 21-0 win over South Portland

    PORTLAND—On the heels of its stirring upset win over Windham, the Cheverus Stags football team avoided a letdown Saturday afternoon, producing yet another strong performance in a 21-0 victory over visiting South Portland at Boulos Stadium. The Stags improved to 3-0 behind a domina...

  • Falmouth, Yarmouth boys' soccer settle for 1-1 tie

    YARMOUTH—Forty-eight hours prior to gametime, longtime Falmouth boys' soccer assistant coach Todd Whitcomb wouldn't say that his team would beat fierce rival Yarmouth in the teams' first 2009 showdown, but he did predict that it would be "great theater." Whitcomb wasn't exaggera...

  • Local teams remain red-hot in several sports

    While the fall sports season is still in its veritable infancy, it's become clear that we have some very talented athletes and teams in our midst. With the first full week (and then some) of the campaign in the books, here's a glimpse at where things stand: Football Whil...

  • Cape Elizabeth football rolls at York, 41-12

    YORK — Any doubt that the Cape Elizabeth football team has what it takes to excel in 2009 went out the window in the wake of a dominant showing last Friday night on the home field of one of the Capers fiercest rivals. Cape Elizabeth shot to a 21-0 lead at the York Wildcats, saw the hosts score...

  • South Sports Roundup: Sept. 17

    SMCC announces Hall of Fame class Southern Maine Community College will induct John Coyne and Craig Dagen into its 2009 Athletics Hall of Fame during a banquet Sunday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. at the HUB Athletics Center. Coyne was a point guard for the 1995 and 1996 men's basketball te...

  • Strong week for Mid-Coast teams

    While the fall sports season is still in its veritable infancy, it's become clear that we have some very talented athletes and teams in our midst. With the first full week (and then some) of the campaign in the books, here's a glimpse at where things stand: Football Bru...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup: Sept. 16

    Durham middle school coaching vacancies Durham Elementary/Middle School has coaching vacancies for girls' 'B' basketball and boys' and girls' track and field. FMI, Ryan Gleason 353-9333 or gleasonr@rsu5.org. Bath...