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  • North Sports Roundup

    Christmas basketball tournament upcoming The annual Red Claws Christmas Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday at the Portland Exposition Building and Portland High School. On Opening Day at the Expo, in games involving local teams, the Scarborough and Falmouth girls play at 12 p.m....

  • Winter sports fun is underway

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Wells and Yarmouth-Cape Elizabeth boys' basketball, Greely-Falmouth, Freeport-Cape Elizabeth and Yarmouth-Kennebunk girls' basketball, with additional photos, see theforecaster.net) The new winter...

  • Britten wins Butler Award

    Yarmouth senior Josh Britten capped his superb season Monday evening by winning the Bob Butler Award at the Western Maine Conference awards banquet in South Portland. Britten, a Mr. Maine Basketball semifinalist, scored 29 points to lead the Clippers to the Class B title on March 2. Falmo...

  • Greely's the greatest; Rangers down Messalonskee to win Class B title

    LEWISTON—Three years after finally breaking through and winning its first state championship, the Greely boys' hockey team became Class B royalty Saturday afternoon, reaching the pinnacle again. The Rangers drew first-time finalist Messalonskee in the state game at the Colisee and wh...

  • Coulombe named Miss Maine Basketball

    BANGOR—McAuley senior Alexa Coulombe is the state's most intimidating defender, but she's also a very nice young lady who's multi-talented, a selfless teammate and oh by the way, a two-time Gold Ball winner. Friday evening at Husson College, Coulombe capped her high school basketball...

  • Scarborough 7th grade hoops team goes unbeaten

    The Scarborough Middle School 7th grade boys' basketball team ended the season a perfect 12-0 season under the direction of coach Jay Harper. The team won most of its games by double-digits. It's closest game was a four-point win over Mahoney Middle School. Kneeling (left to right): Came...

  • Scarborough skier wins division title

    Scarborough's Sarah Berube won her division in the Maine State Ski Challenge Finals held at Lost Valley Sunday. Berube, a member of the Scarborough Middle School Ski Club, qualified for the final through the Lost Valley Race Series. She claimed the Mt. Dew State Trophy, a season pass to Lost Vall...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Brunswick hockey eliminated The last local high school winter sports team, the Brunswick boys' hockey squad, had its season come to an end last week with a 4-1 loss at Bangor in the Eastern Class A quarterfin...

  • Bowdoin women's hoops off to Sweet 16

    The Bowdoin women's basketball team is making NCAA Division III tournament noise yet again. This time, the Polar Bears had to travel to do so. Last weekend, in Ithaca, N.Y., Bowdoin eliminated familiar foe University of Southern Maine and the host team, Ithaca College, to advance to...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Seawolves hoops clinic upcoming The Seacoast Hoops Spring Basketball Clinic, now in its fourth year, will be offering a skills and drills session for boys in grades 5-6. The session will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5 to 6 p.m., March 15-April 12, at Southern Maine Communit...