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  • North Sports Roundup

    Outdoor track all-state team named The Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association recently named its all-state team, which included several local standouts. The girls' first-team included Greely's Kirstin Sandreuter. Falmouth's Adel...

  • Should they stay or should they go? Struggling Sox have decisions to make

    Since jettisoning A.J. Pierzynski, the Red Sox have had the feel of a winning team, whether because of some motivation they drew from Pierzynski’s departure or Christian Vazquez’s arrival or because they’ve played a lot of bad teams. ...

  • Falmouth knocks off Fryeburg in final minute

    FALMOUTH—Nobody does a dramatic finish like the Falmouth field hockey team. Wednesday evening, with the wind howling and temperatures feeling more like November than October, the Yachtsmen once again saved their best for last. Hosting top-ranked Fryeburg, a squad which hand...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Livingston leaving Falmouth Falmouth High athletic director Todd Livingston is leaving the school to take a similar position at South Portland High, his alma mater. Livingston has been the Falmouth AD for five years and will replace Kevin Woodhouse at South Portland. Livingston played so...

  • No October surprise: Local teams keep winning

    (Editor's note: For the complete Greely-Lake Region field hockey game story, please visit theforecaster.net) The month of October has arrived. The month of champions. The first hardware will be handed out Monday when golf crowns its state champions. The other fall ...

  • Gridiron warriors come up winners again

    It was another perfect weekend for local football teams, as Falmouth, Freeport, Greely and defending Class C state champion Yarmouth all triumphed and helped their playoff cause in the process. The Clippers extended their win streak to 17 games and made it 25 of 26 with a 34-6 home romp ov...

  • Falmouth boys win Festival of Champions

    The Falmouth Yachtsmen were just one of roughly 60 schools from two countries taking part in the Festival of Champions in Belfast Saturday, but when the dust (and mud) settled, the Yachtsmen boys had no peer. Falmouth (the top-ranked team in the latest coaches' poll) tallied 136 points, wh...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC's success continues Southern Maine Community College's fall sports teams continue to impress as the regular season nears its conclusion. Golf was second at its most recent match in Barrington, N.H. Cape Elizabeth's Alex McFarlane earned medalist honors with a 72. Baseball has fallen...

  • Clippers edge Capers in the rain

    CAPE ELIZABETH—On an absolutely miserable night, the Yarmouth boys' soccer team produced yet another beautiful result. The Clippers took it to host Cape Elizabeth from the get-go and were rewarded when senior Sam Torres scored in the fourth minute. A team-wide stellar defensive effor...

  • No October surprise: Local squads keep on winning

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Portland-Cheverus boys' and Deering-Scarborough girls' soccer game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) The month of October has arrived – the month of champions. The first hardware will be handed out Monday when golf crowns its st...