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  • Yarmouth survives Sacopee (barely) to stay perfect, NYA next

    YARMOUTH—Each step gets tougher. Yarmouth's field hockey team entered the week thinking that the biggest threat to its quest for an undefeated season would come from crosstown rival North Yarmouth Academy Friday afternoon. But it turns out that the other two teams on the Clipp...

  • GPCS soccer standout reaches milestone

    Ethan Spaulding (28), a sophomore at Greater Portland Christian School in South Portland, recently eclipsed the 50-goal plateau for his career. Spaulding has 53 goals entering Monday's game at A.R. Gould. The program record is 60. The Lions are 7-0-1 to date this fall, good for second in the West...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Freeport coaching openings Freeport High School has openings for a head varsity and assistant varsity Nordic ski coach for the upcoming winter season and a girls' varsity tennis coach for the spring. FMI, 865-4706, ext. 228 or sickel...

  • Falmouth youngsters complete flag football season

    Falmouth's flag football team recently completed its second successful year. Over 30 kids participated including: Front row (left to right): Cooper Bush, Jackman Walker, Aidan Lacombe, Joe Thorpe, Cooper Wiley, John Longinetti, Aaron Tabenken, Harrison Rhoades, Sean Dilworth, Nicco Pitre,...

  • Fall sports season won't soon be forgotten

    The fall sports season, circa 2011, produced great drama and triumph in the city of Portland. Cheverus' football team repeated as Class A state champion. Waynflete's boys' soccer team shook off three years worth of playoff heartache to win Class C for the first time. Each of the cit...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    McAuley basketball clinic upcoming McAuley varsity girls' basketball coach Billy Goodman and the defending Class A state champion Lions will offer a basketball clinic Sundays Dec. 4, 11 and 18 at the high school. Girls in grades 3-5 go from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Girls in grades 6-8 go from ...

  • Clippers are champions again

    PORTLAND—The powerhouse Yarmouth football program has another championship banner to hang. A year after breaking through far sooner than anyone expected, the Clippers repeated as Class C champions Saturday afternoon at Fitzpatrick Stadium, downing Bucksport in surprisingly easy fashi...

  • Super Stags do it again

    PORTLAND—Repeat after me. The Cheverus football team is the best in Class A. Again. Without a doubt. Saturday morning/afternoon at Fitzpatrick Stadium, the Stags put on an offensive, defensive and special teams clinic against undefeated Lawrence in the state fina...

  • State football games on radio

    Forecaster Sports Editor Michael Hoffer will be part of the Maine Sports Network team which will broadcast all three state championship football games Saturday from Fitzpatrick Stadium. Each game can be heard on 870 am (1470 am in the Lewiston-Auburn market) or at mainesportsnetwork.com. Cove...

  • Field hockey, football wins highlight memorable Bowdoin weekend

    It's getting to the point where you can set your watch by the Bowdoin field hockey team battling for a national championship in mid-November. That will once again be the case this weekend when the reigning titlists take part in the NCAA Division III Final Four in Dudley, Mass. Last ...