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  • Forecaster Country standouts prominent on winter all-star teams

    After a top-notch winter sports season, local athletes were honored in abundance. Here's a glimpse at players who were named to postseason all-star teams. Boys' basketball It was another strong year for boys' basketball in Forecaster Country and as a result, the Western Mai...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Maine Juniors volleyball players on national Watch List Five local Maine Juniors volleyball players are among 10 from the area chosen for the 2015 "Watch List" by the Junior Volleyball Association. Players include Cape Elizabeth's Katie Con...

  • Scarborough girls roll in first playoff test

    SCARBOROUGH—Despite not playing a countable game for over a week, the two-time defending Class A state champion Scarborough girls' lacrosse team appeared in peak form Thursday evening in its playoff opener. Hosting eighth-ranked Bonny Eagle in a Western A quarterfinal, the Red Storm ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    SP youth football signups South Portland Youth and Middle School football, open to all boys and girls grades 2-6 in the fall of 2012, is holding registration Monday at the South Portland Community Center from 6 to 8 p.m. Youth cost is $90. Middle school cost is $125. All equipment is pro...

  • Tennis season comes to a close

    The tennis postseason has come to an end and no local teams will be playing for a state title Saturday. Cape Elizabeth's boys' team was the last team standing. The third-ranked Capers blanked No. 6 York, 5-0, in the quarterfinals and ousted No. 2 Lincoln Academy, 4-1, in the semis, but Wed...

  • Scarborough girls still hopeful of track title

    The Scarborough girls' outdoor track team was one point behind Edward Little when Saturday's Class A state meet action came to a close, but the Red Storm still held hopes of taking home a title as due to bad weather, the pole vault was postponed to Wednesday (held after press time, we'll have the...

  • Lacrosse playoffs producing thrills

    It's quite likely that Forecaster Country will be home to more than one state lacrosse champion come June 16. Boys The boys' story is led by Scarborough, which won Class A in 2010 and 2011 and has a great chance to make it three in a row. Scarborough finished 11-1 after a 1...

  • Playoffs underway on the diamond

    The weather has been frightful and field conditions are anything but ideal, but the baseball and softball playoffs are underway in Forecaster Country. Softball Scarborough is the defending Class A softball champion and after a dominant 16-0 regular season, looks to win the state t...

  • Mid-Coast Sports Roundup

    Polar Bears basketball camp registration open The 26th annual Polar Bear boys' basketball camp will be held June 25-29 at Bowdoin College. There's a half-day camp for boys entering grades 3-4 and a full-day camp for boys entering grades 5-1...

  • Playoff action galore in Mid-Coast

    The past week has featured plenty of postseason action in the Mid-Coast. Track Brunswick and Mt. Ararat took part in the Class A state outdoor track and field championships, while Morse vied for Class B honors last weekend. The Class A results weren't complete at press time...