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  • Brunswick Cal Ripken wraps up a much different summer season
    While the pandemic delayed or canceled many youth sports, some leagues were able to hold an abbreviated schedule. ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on August 6, 2020By By Adam Robinson Times Record
  • Lance Johnson named new Portland High athletic director
    Johnson, who was the football coach at Scarborough High for the past 10 years, is a 1985 grad of Portland High and has been a long-time teacher at the school. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on August 5, 2020By By Steve Craig Staff Writer
  • Lance Johnson named new Portland High AD
    Former PHS athlete and coach excited about first administrative opportunity. ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on August 5, 2020By Michael Hoffer
  • Everyday Athletes: Runner still finds his groove after picking up sport in high school
    Morse High School graduate Duane Hinds puts in the miles no matter the weather. ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on August 4, 2020By By Adam Robinson Times Record
  • Oxford Hills’ Dieterich recognized for her outstanding work in the classroom and on the playing field
    Oxford Hills' 2020 valedictorian is heading to Carnegie Mellon to study engineering as well as play soccer. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on August 3, 2020By By Tony Blasi Sun Journal
  • Tight supply of high school officials faces a new foe: A pandemic
    Game officials worried about health risks may choose to sit out this fall, leading to a shortage of qualified officials for varsity contests. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on August 2, 2020By By Mike Lowe Staff Writer
  • Looking Back: Some memories fade, but pride endures Lewiston’s 1960 state champion boys basketball team
    Surviving members of the 1959-60 Lewiston High School boys basketball squad share their memories of bringing home the Blue Devils' only state crown and playing at the Boston Garden. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on August 1, 2020By By Tony Blasi Sun Journal
  • Sidelines: When it comes to high school sports in Maine, how green is green?
    The green designation doesn't mean sports are business as usual this fall, Travis Lazarczyk writes. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on August 1, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • Portland captures Maine Summer Sandlot Baseball League title
    Inaugural season gave local baseball players an outlet after high school campaign cancelled. ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on August 1, 2020By Michael Hoffer
  • The Best of the Best- Volleyball
    (Ed. Note: With high school sports currently on hiatus, please join me in a look back at some of the finest teams our coverage area has produced this century. To help us get through the summer, each week, I’ll present the top 10 teams from a different sport…four honorable mentions, ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on August 1, 2020By Michael Hoffer
  • Administrators are cautiously optimistic some high school fall sports can be played after state designates every county green
    Decision to play sports rests in the hands of superintendents after state Department of Education clears way for schools to hold in-person instruction. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on July 31, 2020By By Drew Bonifant Kennebec Journal and Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • With green designation, school officials hopeful fall sports can be played
    The decision to play sports largely rests in the hands of superintendents after the Maine Department of Education clears the way for schools to hold in-person instruction. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on July 31, 2020By By Drew Bonifant Kennebec Journal and Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • State-wide green designation makes administrators cautiously optimistic some high school fall sports can be played
    Decision to play sports rests in the hands of superintendents after state Department of Education clears way for schools to hold in-person instruction. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on July 31, 2020By By Drew Bonifant , Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel and Randy Whitehouse Sun Journal
  • MPA announces details for shortened fall sports seasons
    Football teams will play no more than six regular season games. Soccer, field hockey and volleyball will play a maximum of 10. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on July 30, 2020By By Steve Craig Staff Writer
  • Remember When: The 2002 Maranacook baseball team finished a run for the ages
    The Black Bears didn't allow a run over the final three playoff games to win the Class B title, and their second in three seasons. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on July 30, 2020By By Drew Bonifant Kennebec Journal
  • Southern Maine schools again delay in-person sports activities
    High school coaches in Cumberland and York counties cannot meet with their student-athletes until Aug. 24. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on July 29, 2020By By Mike Lowe Staff Writer
  • Skowhegan Area High School student-athletes voice mascot preferences
    Fourteen student-athletes weigh in, with Riverhawks receiving the most votes in informal poll. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on July 29, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel
  • High school: KVAC holds meeting to talk about fall sports scheduling
    Athletic directors discuss cross-conference games and travel ideas. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on July 28, 2020By By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel and Drew Bonifant Kennebec Journal
  • Mt. Abram’s Evan Allen earns national recognition for his grades, athleticism
    The Mt. Abram valedictorian and boys soccer standout was recently named U.S. Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on July 28, 2020By By Tony Blasi Sun Journal
  • Top high school players: ‘We just want to play football’ this fall
    Participants in the Maine Elite Passing Camp believe the sport can be played with modifications during the pandemic. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on July 27, 2020By By Steve Craig Staff Writer
  • Caleb Manuel finishes third at the New England Amateur golf championships
    The final round was shortened by 18 holes because of weather, which left the recent Mt. Ararat graduate wondering what might have been. ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on July 27, 2020By By Adam Robinson Times Record
  • The Best of the Best – Volleyball
    A countdown of the top Forecaster Country volleyball teams since 2001. ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on July 27, 2020By Michael Hoffer
  • Remember When: Through a collective effort, 2018 Hall-Dale baseball team had right pieces for state championship
    Bulldogs had near-perfect record of 19-1, edged Houlton for Class C title. ... read more
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on July 27, 2020By By Dave Dyer Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel
  • Game on? High school administrators wary of sports this fall
    Some athletic directors in Maine are forging ahead with plans for interscholastic sports, but others believe that intramurals may be the best option during the pandemic. ... read more
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on July 26, 2020By By Mike Lowe Staff Writer
  • The Best of the Best- Field hockey
    A countdown of the top Forecaster Country field hockey teams since 2001. ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on July 25, 2020By Michael Hoffer