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  • Cumberland student-athlete earns hockey honor

    Cumberland's Isaac Lipton, who played varsity soccer, hockey and lacrosse for North Yarmouth Academy as a freshman and sophomore, now a senior at Northfield Mount Hermon School, was recently given the "Mr. Hockey" award by coach Tom Pratt. Lipton is also the co-captain for lacrosse and has been...

  • Falmouth swimmer and diver honored

    Falmouth sophomore Charlotte Janelle and junior Jake Perron were honored at the Maine Interscholastic Swim League Awards Banquet for winning state championships. Perron, the Class A state champion in the 50 free and 500 free, and Janelle, Class A state champion diver, were both named all-state.&n...

  • Seasons intersect at Bowdoin

    Mother Nature might disagree, but there's one place that winter is giving way to spring and that's Bowdoin College, where the winter sports season is winding down and the spring campaign is underway. Last weekend, Mallory Andrews (who had a goal) and the women's hockey team defeated Wesleyan, 2-1...

  • Winter sports season comes to a close

    It's all over. The winter sports season, which began before Thanksgiving, officially lowered its curtain Saturday evening at the Colisee in Lewiston when the Brunswick boys' hockey team fell against Bangor in an Eastern Class A semifinal. The fifth-ranked Dragons entered the game on...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Locals impress at New England track meet Several runners, jumpers and throwers from local schools competed at the New England indoor track championships last weekend in Boston. In the boys' competition, Cape Elizabeth's Mitch Morris placed 11th in the two-mile (9 minutes, 36.51 seconds),...

  • Scarborough hockey frustrated in regional final once more

    (Ed. Note: For the complete version of the Scarborough-Falmouth game story, with additional photos and a box score, please visit theforecaster.net) It was deja vu in a most unpleasant fashion for the Scarborough boys' hockey team Tuesday evening in Lewiston. Just like a yea...

  • Cape girls win Alpine ski crown

    The Cape Elizabeth girls' Alpine ski team raced to a Class B state title last week, bringing the curtain down on the 2013-14 season in dramatic fashion. The Capers rode a strong showing in the giant slalom and finished with 63 points to hold off perennial powerhouse Yarmouth (76). I...

  • Deering soccer standout commits to Saint Anselm College

    Deering senior girls' soccer standout Alexis Elowitch (center) is joined by (from left) her father, Jimmy, mother, Faith, sister, Abby, and Rams coach Kevin Olson as she signs her National Letter of Intent Thursday to attend and play soccer at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.

  • Greely's March Magic runs out...Rangers lose to Gorham in regional final

    LEWISTON—The Greely boys' hockey team has made the month of March its playground in recent seasons and Wednesday evening, everything appeared to be lining up in the Rangers' favor once more when they battled new-to-the-big-stage Gorham in the Western Class B Final. While the Rams dom...

  • Falmouth archer ranked tops in country

    Falmouth's Gabrielle Cyr, a 16-year-old junior at Falmouth High School, is now the top-ranked women's junior compound archer in the country for 2014. Cyr also earned a spot, as the youngest team member, on the USA Adult World Archery team, which traveled to Antalya, Turkey. Next up for Cyr is the...