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  • Porpoise swimmers compete regionally

    A group of nine Portland Porpoise Swim Club swimmers consisting of Eric Delmonte, Ellen Silk, Emma Pontius, Lucas Adair, Wyeth Spike, Amelia Deady, Ana Neff-Jendrasko, Kevin Kane and Michael O'Donovan competed at the Eastern Zone-North Sectional meet at Ithaca College March 20-23. Delmonte won th...

  • Women's hockey players win NH tournament

    The Maine Coon Cats (pictured) was one of three teams from the Greater Portland Women's Ice Hockey League to win division championships at the recent She-Wolves women's hockey tournament in Wolfeboro, N.H. The Coon Cat...

  • Former Falmouth ski standout wins college race

    Former Falmouth Nordic ski standout Jackson Bloch, now a junior at Bowdoin College, won the 50-kilometer race at the Rangeley Loppet this past Saturday.

  • SMCC hoops season one of growth, close calls

    While the Southern Maine Community College basketball teams fell shy of a conference title and a trip to Nationals, the Seawolves still had plenty to hail this winter. And the future is very bright indeed. Good start The SMCC women came into the 2013-14 with their third coa...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Cheverus names new boys' soccer coach Colin Minte, a one-time standout player at North Yarmouth Academy, who coached the Windham boys' soccer team to its first Class A state title in 2011, is the new boys' soccer at Cheverus, replacing Bill LeBlanc, who recently stepped down after seven ...

  • Super Six Poll

    Our final Super Six Poll for boys' hockey. The poll was initially released at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon. It includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland ...

  • A hoops season like no other

    The city of Portland produced two basketball state champions and very nearly had a third. That, in and of itself, would be enough to decree the 2013-14 campaign as the best in memory, but there was much, much more than just Gold Balls this winter. So much more. From thrilling...

  • Cumberland kids impress in Hot Shot contests

    Three local Cumberland boys (left to right): Joseph Giandrea, Logan Bagshaw and Max Cloutier, excelled at the recent Southwestern Regional 2014 Red Claws Hot Shot competition in South Portland. Giandrea (age 10) won the 9/10 division. Bagshaw (age 12) took the 11/12 division and Cloutier (age 10)...

  • Falmouth makes the Grade...Yachtsmen down St. Dom's in OT to repeat as Class A champs

    LEWISTON—This one was too good, too special in fact, to be confined to 45 minutes. Saturday evening, in front of over 3,000 fortunate fans on the biggest stage in Maine high school hockey, the Androscoggin Bank Colisee, the Falmouth Yachtsmen and St. Dominic Academy Saints put on a t...

  • Clement wins Miss Maine Basketball honor

    BANGOR—Just when it appeared things couldn't get any better for Allie Clement, she cemented her legacy with the most coveted award in girls' basketball. The McAuley senior standout, one of the most prolific winners and champions in the history of basketball in the state, yet one whos...