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  • Whaley's arm, bat lead McAuley past Cheverus

    PORTLAND—This was just the beginning. Monday afternoon at Larry K. Mahaney Athletic Park, McAuley's softball team won its first game of the 2015 season, new coach Dawn Armandi registered the first victory of her career and the Lions hinted that bigger and better things are in store t...

  • Scarborough softball overwhelms SP in opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Scarborough's softball team might not even need "Disney Magic" this spring. That's because the Red Storm appear to be an absolute juggernaut and they have the calendar on their side. In each of the past four odd-numbered seasons, Scarborough has captured the Cla...

  • Local soccer players enjoy trip of a lifetime to England

    Several local boys' soccer players enjoyed the trip of a lifetime with the Seacoast United U-16 team last month as they traveled to England, touring historic stadiums, watching professional games and playing three matches against English Academy teams. After training with CogSports prior to the t...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Baseball Hall of Fame seeking nominations The Maine Baseball Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for 2015 induction. The Hall honors players, coaches, umpires, organizers and benefactors from all corners of the state. Submit nominations by March 30 to:

  • No titles, but plenty of hoop thrills this winter

    The 2014-15 high school basketball season now belongs to the history books and what a year it was, from the opening tip in early December, right through the final day of February. In the city of Portland, the usual hardwood excellence continued. On the boys' side, defending Class A ...

  • Girls' hockey team wins NE title

    The Casco Bay girls' U-12 hockey team won the New England District Regional Tier 2 tournament last weekend.  The team consists of Brunswick's Rylie McIntyre, Cape Elizabeth's Abigail Agrodnia and Nicolette Coupe, Cumberland's Camilla Lattanzi and Kerry Roberts, Portland's Caroline Le...

  • Falmouth's Nordstrom wins Travis Roy Award

    While Falmouth's quest for a third straight Class A boys' hockey state title ended in disappointment this winter, the program got a huge dose of good news Sunday when Isac Nordstrom was given the prestigious Travis Roy Award as the state's premier senior player at the Class A banquet in Lewiston....

  • Greely's Storey named Miss Maine Basketball

    Yet another Ashley Storey story has a happy ending. After leading Greely to the Class B girls' basketball title late last month, Storey was recognized as the finest female player in the state Friday night in Bangor when she won the Miss Maine Basketball Award at the Maine McDonald's Senior...

  • Maine volleyball team wins NH tournament

    The Maine Junior Olympic U16-Navy volleyball team won a recent tournament in Derry, New Hampshire. Eight teams, from Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire took part. U16-Navy includes players from Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth and South Portland. Front row, from left: Hadley...

  • SMCC standout named All-American

    Southern Maine Community College men's basketball sophomore captain Atencio Martin (pictured with coach Matt Richards) was recently named to the USCAA All-American first-team. Martin started all 28 games this winter and led the Seawolves in scoring with 13.7 points per game. He shot 53.3 percent ...