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  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Portland football holding youth clinic The Portland High football team is holding a non-contact football camp for those entering grades 4 through 8 Fridays July 10 through July 31 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Fitzpatrick Stadium. There is no charge for the camp. FMI, 329-5224.

  • Former Sea Dogs make their mark at Fenway

    For Portland Sea Dogs players, Boston probably often feels more like a world away than a 99-mile jaunt down I-95. When they get to the show, though, former Sea Dogs tend to make their mark on the American League.

  • Stretch run begins for fall teams

    (Ed. Note: For the complete South Portland-Deering girls' soccer and Scarborough-Cheverus field hockey game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) With the colors changing and the temperatures dipping, it's clear that fall...

  • Scarborough football still perfect; Cape rallies, SP falls

    Scarborough's football team survived a scare to stay unbeaten Friday night. The Red Storm trailed almost the whole way at winless Deering, but saved its best for last to rally for a 28-21 triumph. Scarborough, which entered the game 3-0, having never beaten the Rams, fell behind qui...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Former Cape star to play hockey at BU Cape Elizabeth's Nick Breed, the schools' 2011-12 Winter Male Athlete of the Year, has made the men's ice hockey team as a walk-on at powerhouse Boston University. Breed had 34 goals during an all-star ...

  • Stretch run begins in Mid-Coast

    With the colors changing and the temperatures dipping, it's clear that fall is in the air. With September about to give way to October, it won't be long until we're talking about the postseason for local athletes. The golf regular season has concluded, we're just a couple weeks out from th...

  • Early goal holds up as Yarmouth boys stay unbeaten

    CUMBERLAND—When you're hoping to end an eight-game skid to your neighbor and rival, you simply can't let a golden opportunity slip by. Unfortunately for the Greely boys' soccer team, that's exactly what happened Thursday evening. Less than a minute into the first of two games ...

  • Greely girls blank Yarmouth

    CUMBERLAND—Greely's girls' soccer team has gone one step forward, one step back this autumn, but finally, the Rangers have a little winning streak going. Thursday afternoon, against a visiting Yarmouth squad just as eager to get a positive string going, Greely shot to a quick lead on...

  • Stretch run begins for fall teams

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Falmouth-Yarmouth boys' soccer, Falmouth-Yarmouth girls' soccer, Falmouth-Greely field hockey and Greely-Biddeford volleyball game stories, please visit theforecaster.net) With the colors changing...

  • Tough losses for local football squads

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Yarmouth-Traip game story, with a box score, please see theforecaster.net) Friday evening and Saturday afternoon were certainly frustrating for local gridiron warriors. Falmouth, Greely and Yarmouth all suffered tough losses Friday, whil...