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  • Freeport honors top fall athletes

    Freeport recently handed out awards to its top fall athletes. Football named Pete LaMagna the Best Offensive Player. Jake Farmer was named Best Defensive Player. Justin Laveque was given the Booster's Pride and Character Award. Boys' soccer gave Coach's Awards to Caleb Abbott and Bl...

  • North Sports Roundup

    McAuley basketball clinic offered The four-time defending Class A state champion McAuley girls' basketball program is offering a clinic for three weeks in December. The clinic will be run by varsity coach Billy Goodman and the players. On Sundays Dec. 7, 14 and 21, 45 minutes will be dev...

  • Fall sports season was special

    The fall sports season produced no shortage of drama from beginning to end and Forecaster Country athletes and teams created countless thrills. The greatest came from the Cape Elizabeth volleyball team, which three times was pushed to the brink, but won each time in five sets to win a firs...

  • Fall sports season was special

    The fall sports season produced no shortage of drama from beginning to end and Forecaster Country athletes and teams created countless thrills. Boys' soccer produced a champion as Yarmouth returned to the pinnacle for the first time in four y...

  • North Sports Roundup

    PHS football Hall of Fame induction ceremony next week The Portland High Football Hall of Fame will host its 2014 induction banquet Wednesday, Nov. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Italian Heritage Center. This year's inductees include Carl Frye, Paul Vachon, Joe Sabasteanski, Peter O'Malley, Euge...

  • Fall sports season was special

    The fall sports season produced no shortage of drama from beginning to end as city athletes and teams created countless thrills. All three local football squads made the playoffs, with Cheverus advancing the deepest (see story). Boys' soccer produced a story for the ages, Cheverus' ...

  • Former Waynflete standout named to all-NESCAC team

    Peabo Knoth, a 2013 Waynflete School graduate, now a sophomore men's soccer player at Bates College, was recently named to the NESCAC All-Conference second team. Knoth led Bates in every statistical scoring category this fall, tying for 10th in the NESCAC in goals (5), tying for eighth in assists...

  • Falmouth volleyball seniors honored

    After back-to-back trips to the Class A state final and a championship in 2013, Falmouth's volleyball program is saying goodbye to seven special seniors, all of whom qualified for postseason honors. The senior group includes Leigh Bernardy, Jess Burton, Ally Hickey, Sophie Emple, Megan Tammaro, M...

  • Briggs commits to Saint Anselm

    Scarborough senior Ashley Briggs, joined by her parents, Don and Allison, her brother, Josh, and her coaches (back row, from left), Rita Maines, Tom Maines, Doug Adams, Brian Clement, Ron Cote and Mike Giordano, signs her National Letter of Intent to attend and play basketball at Saint Anselm Col...

  • Scarborough girls' lax players make college commitments

    Scarborough senior lacrosse standouts Miranda Page (left) and Kaitlin Prince, joined by their Premier coach, Lauren Reid, signed their National Letters of Intent in a ceremony last week to attend Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts (Page) and Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida (Pr...