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  • Yarmouth Express rolls on with win over Waynflete

    YARMOUTH—The good times keep rolling for the Yarmouth boys' lacrosse team. Friday evening, the red-hot Clippers hosted Waynflete and while they ran into some familiar offensive problems, they figured them out and took care of business. Yarmouth's defense pitched a shutout in t...

  • Freshman pitches Greely to win at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—Two days after its bats failed to produce in a home loss against Gray-New Gloucester, Greely's softball team returned to form Friday afternoon, as it rediscovered its hitting chops and got a stellar pitching performance at rival Falmouth. Freshman Kelsey Currier had her best...

  • Local racers excel at state regatta

    The Portland Yacht Club 420 race team had some great results in the Maine State 420 championship sailing regatta which was held Aug. 6 and 7 at the Harraseeket Yacht Club in Freeport. From left to right: Charlie Lalumiere [Falmouth] and Hannah Twombly [Cumberland Foreside] placed se...

  • MidCoast Sports Roundup: Aug. 25

    Casco Bay Sports offering fall coed activities Casco Bay Sports is offering fall soccer, football, softball, basketball and dodgeball leagues in Portland. A Monday night soccer league begins Aug. 31. Sunday 11 versus 11 soccer begins Sept. 13. Sunday flag football starts Sept. 13...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Falmouth coaching openings The Falmouth School Department has several coaching openings for the 2009-2010 school year. At the middle school, a boys' and a girls' soccer coach are needed. At the high school, a varsity girls' hockey, varsity Nordic ski and varsity baseball, ...

  • Together again; Costigan joins Richards at SMCC

    Nearly 20 years ago, new Scarborough boys' basketball coach Dan Costigan inherited a freshman player by the name of Matt Richards. Richards would eventually become the Redskins' starting point guard, absorbing every facet of the game from his coach, while exhibiting the intelligence that would ...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    McAuley standout makes verbal commitment McAuley junior girls' basketball player Rebecca Knight last week made a verbal commitment to play for the University of Maine. Knight is due to graduate from McAuley in 2011. SMCC announces coaching vacancies ...

  • Dynasty wins Portland kickball title

    The Dynasty capped an undefeated season in the Portland Recreation Coed Kickball League with a 4-3 win over Shiminishandas in the championship game.

  • Fun for all, disc golf gains in popularity

    It is 9 o'clock Saturday morning and the kids have a two-hour soccer practice. Mom and Dad would love to get in 18 holes of golf before picking up the youngsters at 11. Ha! That's a good one, eh? Eighteen holes in two hours, including getting to and from the course? No way. Unles...

  • Another Twilight League season ends with familiar result

    While the Major League Baseball pennant races have just heated up (along with the Maine weather), a historic and much smaller baseball league's playoffs have just concluded. Patriot Insurance won the Portland Twilight League championship last week with an 8-3 victory over Aero Heating and Vent...