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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Maine Basketball Hall of Fame induction upcoming The inaugural Maine Basketball Hall of Fame will be inducted Thursday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The Hall will honor 22 individuals and one team. Dinner is served from 4 to 5:30 p.m. with the induction following. FMI, 942-638...

  • Kelly could become a hero

    The Red Sox have seen many low points during the 2014 season, but the nadir may have come on August 6. Four-fifths of the Opening Day starting rotation had been traded away, a clear signal that management had no interest in contending this season. Bosto...

  • Deering golfer wins state title; Cross country, soccer regular seasons conclude

    Waynflete freshman Clancy Mitchell eludes Cape Elizabeth's Eddie Galvin during the teams' first-ever meeting Wednesday. The Flyers sprung a 1-0 upset.

  • Cheverus holds off Portland; Deering routed at Bonny Eagle

    The football regular season concludes this coming weekend and all three city teams will play major roles in determining who goes where for the playoffs. Defending Class A state champion Cheverus improved to 7-0 Saturday night, but it wasn't easy. The Stags visited the feis...

  • Field hockey playoffs begin with epic Portland win

    Portland senior Raechel Allen unleashes a shot early in the first half of Saturday's Western Class A preliminary round game against Thornton Academy. The shot found the goal and made it 2-0 Bulldogs, but the Golden Trojans rallied to tie. Portland finally prevailed, 3-2, on the fourth round of pe...

  • Yarmouth falls at home in finale

    YARMOUTH—Entering Saturday afternoon's game at Falmouth, the Yarmouth boys' soccer team was riding high, boasting a 10-game unbeaten streak. A little more than 48 hours later, the Clippers are wondering what happened. After a 1-0 loss at the Yachtsmen, Yarmouth welcomed a very...

  • This time it's Falmouth; Yachtsmen hold off Yarmouth, 1-0

    FALMOUTH—Just three days after its most lopsided loss in years, the Falmouth boys' soccer team earned an especially sweet victory. Hosting their fierce rival Yarmouth, which had won each of the past four meetings, the Yachtsmen rose to the occasion as they got an opportunistic goal ...

  • Cheverus finally gets a test, holds off Portland, 21-7

    PORTLAND—Dating back to the second half of last year's Class A state final, the Cheverus football team has run roughshod over the opposition in mindboggling fashion. After being challenged for just one half in the first six weeks of the 2011 season, many wondered if the Stags would e...

  • Scarborough on the brink after tough loss at TA

    SACO—After turning heads a year ago with an eight-win season and a trip to the Western Class A semifinals, the Scarborough football team entered 2011 full of optimism. After a convincing win over preseason favorite Windham on Opening Night, the Red Storm appeared primed for great thi...

  • Greely volleyball finishes undefeated

    FALMOUTH—A year ago, for the first time since 2002, the Greely volleyball team fell short of a state championship. This fall, the Rangers are bound and determined to get back to the pinnacle and if the past month-and-a-half has been any indication, good luck to the rest of the state ...