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  • Yarmouth boys win thriller at Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH—This one lived up to billing. Two of the best boys' soccer teams in Class B (and all of the state) squared off at Hannaford Field Tuesday evening in a fast, physical and scintillating midseason contest with major Heal Points at stake. Cape Elizabeth hosted a Yar...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball red-hot entering postseason Southern Maine Community College's baseball team will host the NECA tournament beginning Saturday. The Seawolves wrapped up their regular season last weekend with a very impressive 10-4 mark (6-2 in the Yankee Small College Conference). Last week...

  • Greely girls pounce when it matters, earn win at Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH—Momentum in soccer can change in the blink of an eye. Tuesday evening, Yarmouth's girls appeared to have everything going their way, with the exception of putting the ball in the goal, but seconds after the Clippers came within inches of going ahead, they found themselves lo...

  • Yarmouth field hockey continues hot start, blanks Waynflete

    YARMOUTH—In 2013, the Yarmouth field hockey team was a feel-good story, producing its best season in 13 years. This fall, the Clippers might be even better. Monday afternoon, Yarmouth continued its strong early season play as its balanced attack spelled another easy victory.

  • Super Six Polls

    The first fall version of our Super-Six polls for football, boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball. These polls consider games played through Saturday, Sept. 6, and were first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon. The poll includes our core coverage area (c...

  • Cape field hockey finally solves Falmouth

    FALMOUTH—As the Cape Elizabeth field hockey program has taken great strides the past three seasons, one thing the Capers couldn't manage to do was defeat rival Falmouth. Saturday afternoon, Cape Elizabeth paid the Yachtsmen a visit and found itself behind in the sixth minute, but thi...

  • Cheverus denies Portland again, stakes claim as team to beat, again

    PORTLAND—The beat goes on and on and on. Cheverus' football team still stands alone in Eastern Class A. And Portland continues to be stymied by its crosstown rival. Saturday morning/afternoon at Boulos Stadium, in the teams' mutual regular season opener, the Bulldogs ha...

  • Scarborough boys surge past SP in season opener

    SOUTH PORTLAND—Some rebuilding year. Scarborough's boys' soccer team, the state's gold standard over the past decade, was expected by many to fade into mediocrity this autumn, but for one night at least, the Red Storm look championship-worthy once again. At the expense of a ri...

  • Highly touted Deering edges Cheverus in opener

    PORTLAND—The Deering boys' soccer team entered the 2014 season full of confidence, perhaps too much confidence after being anointed by some as a favorite, and Friday afternoon in their opener at rival Cheverus, the Rams learned that nothing will be given to them. But that's OK, Deeri...

  • Scarborough's in midseason form, blanks Marshwood

    SCARBOROUGH—If Scarborough's field hockey team looks this good on Sept. 4, just imagine how impressive the Red Storm will be in late October. And if all goes well, on Nov. 1. The two-time defending Western A champions were expected to get a stern test in Thursday night's opene...