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  • Winter sports season all but over

    With only the Brunswick boys' hockey team still alive at press time, it's almost time to put the 2014-15 winter sports season to bed. It's a busy and triumphant week for Mid-Coast athletes and here's a glimpse at what you might have missed: Basketball The last two basketbal...

  • State meet glory in swimming, skiing and track; Boys' hockey playoffs underway

    February vacation week is anything but a week off for local winter sports athletes and this year's round of indoor track, swimming and skiing state meets once again produced an abundance of stellar performances. If that wasn't enough for the ...

  • Locals compete at New England outdoor track meet

    The curtain fell on the 2009 outdoor track and field season Saturday in Burlington, Vt., where Forecaster Country runners, jumpers and throwers competed at the New England championships. Greely's Mark McCauley came in fifth in the boys' 800 (1 minute, 55.83 seconds). Teammate James ...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Wyman third at New England golf championship Falmouth senior Jack Wyman finished tied for third at the New England high school golf championship Tuesday in Keene, N.H. Wyman shot an even par 72. Power Pigs runners-up in 7's tourney

  • Deering baseball advances to regional final

    By Eric Carson PORTLAND — Deering senior Regan Flaherty on Saturday reminded everybody that he's not just a big bat in the league's most potent offensive attack. Flaherty took the hill during the top-ranked Rams' Western Class A semifinal with No. 4 Cheverus, mowing ...

  • Locals compete at New England track meet

    Several runners, jumpers and throwers from the city competed at the New England outdoor track and field championships Saturday in Burlington, Vt. The top finisher was the Cheverus 4x800 relay team. Juniors Taylor Dundas and Tim Woods, sophomore Jack Terwilliger and Andrew Snyder fi...

  • Portland United league kicks off season

    Portland United Soccer games are in full swing at the Fox Street soccer field. The league, formed by Alfred Jacob, a Portland resident who moved here as a young boy from Sudan, is dedicated to celebrating the richness of Maine's diverse culture through soccer. Twelve teams, ages 16 and up, take part...

  • Portland House of Pizza wins LL title

    Portland House of Pizza beat Overhead Door 7-2 for the 2009 Portland North Little League championship Saturday. Dan Marzilli pitched a complete game one-hitter with 9 strikeouts, and he also had two hits, an RBI and scored 2 runs in a winning cause. Josh Brown and Jack Nichols also had two hi...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Power Pigs runners-up in 7's tourney   The Portland Boys U-19 rugby Club finished second at the second annual Seacoast (NH) 7's Rugby Festival, played Saturday in Epping, N.H.  Portland defeated Upper Valley N.H., 12-7, in pool play. Wing Patrick MacVane ...

  • Cheverus softball rallies, but loses in quarterfinals; Deering ousted in preliminary round

    The softball season came to an end in the city of Portland as two local squads, fifth-ranked Cheverus and No. 11 Deering, both went down in defeat during their playoff games last week. The Rams, who finished the regular season strong to earn the final playoff spot, lost 3-0 at No. 6...