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  • Deering ties Gorham in knots, rolls to win on big stage

    PORTLAND—Deering's boys' basketball team doesn't have a lot of size and doesn't knock down a lot of outside shots, but the Rams can make life miserable for the opposition nonetheless. That's because nobody forces turnovers, gets out and runs and finishes like this budding contender a...

  • South Portland's size, depth too much for Scarborough

    SOUTH PORTLAND—South Portland's boys' basketball team boasts the kind of size that Scarborough can only dream of and that disparity went a long way toward deciding the teams' showdown Saturday afternoon at Beal Gymnasium. Early on, Red Riots junior Jack Fiorini, who stands 6-foot-5, ...

  • Tough first loss for Greely baseball

    Seventh inning grand slam sends Rangers to 5-1 loss CUMBERLAND — The Greely baseball team suffered its first dose of adversity Monday afternoon. After being unable hold an early 1-0 lead, the Rangers dropped their first game of the 2009 season when Cape Eliz...

  • Rams keep on rolling

    Flaherty pitches and hits Deering to a big win over Westbrook By Eric Carson PORTLAND— Deering senior left-hander Regan Flaherty held the Westbrook Blue Blazes to just two runs on five hits in a complete game effort, and helped his own cause with a two-run home run in ...

  • Portland boys' lacrosse stuns Scarborough, 12-1

    Bulldogs earn inside track for Western A top seed PORTLAND — Any remaining question as to who was the team to beat in Western Class A boys' lacrosse at this stage of the season was put to bed Friday night at Fitzpatrick Stadium. The host Portland Bulldogs pu...

  • NEW-LACROSSE TOP TEN POLLS

    As of May 11th: COACHES' BOYS' TOP TEN POLL              MICHAEL'S BOYS' TOP TEN POLL 1) Portland                                                 1) Yarmouth 2) Yarmouth                    ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC falls in conference tourneys The Southern Maine Community College baseball and softball teams fell short of winning the Yankee Small College Conference championships last weekend. Baseball, seeded second, lost 1-0 to Vermont Tech in the semifinals. Central Main...

  • Power Pigs go 1-2 at tourney

    Portland's Caleb Tracey soared to secure a line-out throw last weekend during his team's 21-5 win over Arlington (Mass.) Catholic at the NERFU tournament. The Power Pigs lost their two other games: 8-5 to Belmont, Mass., and 7-5 to Essex, Vt. Jon Brown, Joe Turner, Brooke Berueffy, Tomas Callan, Col...

  • Giddinge earns referee award

    Ashley Giddinge, a junior at Cheverus High School, recently won the Youth Referee of the Year award from SoccerMaine, the highest referee award bestowed. Giddinge, a Gray resident, has officiated since the age of 14. She is a fullback on the U-17 Maine Metro Football Club. (Contributed photo...

  • Portland makes huge statement, pounds Scarborough, 12-1

    PORTLAND— If there was any question as to who was the team to beat in Western Class A boys' lacrosse at this stage of the season, it was put to bed Friday night at Fitzpatrick Stadium. The host Portland Bulldogs put on a defensive clinic and got some timely offense as well as they...