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  • SP bounces back, frustrates Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH—The true measure of an ace is how he fares when he isn't his dominant self. And there's no question that Henry Curran is an ace. Thursday evening at Packy McFarland Field, Curran, South Portland's senior standout, who's arguably the state's finest hurler, didn't ha...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Bath Rotary Golf Tournament upcoming The Bath Rotary Club will hold its 24th annual golf tournament Wednesday, June 17 at the Bath Golf Club. Registration begins at 7 a.m. The scramble format tees off at 7:55 a.m. The cost is $100 per person. FMI,

  • Cheverus bounces back, downs Scarborough

    PORTLAND—Even though Cheverus' baseball team has played nearly the equivalent of an extra game in the early going this spring, thanks to three extra inning contests, junior Jensen Lapoint had yet to take the mound. That changed Thursday afternoon at Kevin McDonald Memorial Field wher...

  • Cape girls make statement at Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—In the early going this season, much has been made of the strength of Western Class B girls' lacrosse. Preseason favorite Kennebunk is living up to its lofty billing, Waynflete, as always, is Waynflete, Falmouth dazzled in its first three outings and even upstart York is ste...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Former Greely coach named to Maine Baseball Hall of Fame Cumberland's Bob Anthoine, who coached Greely for 14 seasons and led the Rangers to two state championships, will be one of 11 members of the 2015 Maine Baseball Hall of Fame class. Anthoine was a standout player at Deering High Sc...

  • Everyone springs into action during busy week

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Cape Elizabeth baseball, Yarmouth-Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse and Yarmouth-Freeport girls' lacrosse game stories, with additional photos and box scores, see theforecaster.net) The fun has begun ...

  • Greely hands Yarmouth first loss in emphatic fashion

    YARMOUTH—Last June, Greely's softball team suffered a disastrous playoff loss at Yarmouth in which then-junior pitcher Miranda Moore couldn't find the strike zone. Wednesday afternoon, the Rangers had an opportunity to avenge that loss and Moore and her teammates made the most of it....

  • MPA approves basketball changes

    Last Thursday, April 30, the general membership of the Maine Principals’ Association approved expanding the state’s high school basketball ranks from four classes to five beginning next winter. From a Forecaster Country perspective, Class AA, the largest class, will include Che...

  • Yarmouth gives Kennebunk a scare, but falls short

    YARMOUTH—Kennebunk reaffirmed that it's the best girls' lacrosse team in the state Tuesday night, but the defending Class B champion Yarmouth Clippers made some nice strides as well during the teams' lone regular season meeting. The visiting Rams never trailed and opened up an early ...

  • Everyone springs into action during busy week

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Deering-Westbrook and Portland-Thornton Academy baseball, McAuley-Cheverus softball, Cheverus-South Portland and Portland-Scarborough boys' lacrosse and Cheverus-Waynflete and Waynflete-Kennebunk girls' lacrosse game stories, with additional photos and box scores, ...