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  • Marshwood will stay in Class B for football
    Defending champion Marshwood High is staying in Class B football after all. The Maine Principals’ Association classification committee changed the enrollment breaks for football at its meeting Monday. In late January, the Class A cutoff was set at 780 students by the MPA football committee. That resulted in Marshwood, Gorham, ... read more
    Source: JournalTribune.comPublished on March 12, 2019By [email protected]
  • One more award for DeWolfe
    Greely senior Anna DeWolfe, left, who led the Rangers to their second straight Class A championship earlier this month and this past Friday, was named Miss Maine Basketball, took home yet another honor Monday night, when she was given the Bob Butler Award at the Western Maine Conference awards banquet ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 11, 2019By The Forecaster
  • High school football notebook: Marshwood will stay in Class B
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on March 11, 2019By Steve Craig
  • Tigers drop title game
    Biddeford senior Seth Perry tracks down the puck during Saturday’s Class A boys’ hockey state final against St. Dominic Academy. TAMMY BELANGER PHOTOGRAPHY LEWISTON — All season long the Biddeford Tigers were able to overcome a lack of depth with their talented top line and a strong defense — and, ... read more
    Source: JournalTribune.comPublished on March 11, 2019By [email protected]
  • Bowdoin women’s basketball reaches another Final Four
    Former South Portland standout, Maddie Hasson, former Greely star, Moira Train, and their teammates celebrate during Bowdoin’s 81-50 over SUNY-New Paltz in Friday’s NCAA Division III Round of 16. The Polar Bears went on to defeat Ithaca, 87-61, Saturday to advance to the Final Four.  Bowdoin’s Maddie Hasson, a former ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 11, 2019By The Forecaster
  • Plenty of hoops drama in the Midcoast
    Max Spelke and his Mt. Ararat teammates made it to the Class A South tournament. Charlotte MacMillan helped Brunswick’s girls’ team get back to the regional final. The 2018-19 basketball season will be remembered for local teams being competitive throughout. The top squad was again the Brunswick girls, who lost ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 11, 2019By The Forecaster
  • Hoops season gave us plenty of drama-Southern edition
    Maggie Whitmore helped South Portland’s girls’ team earn the top spot in Class AA South and reach the regional final. Brian Austin and his Scarborough boys’ teammates made it to the semifinals this winter. The 2018-19 basketball season in Forecaster Country will be remembered for competitive teams who got better ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 10, 2019By Michael Hoffer
  • Hoops season gave us plenty of drama-Northern edition
    Greely’s girls’ basketball team was perfect in 2018-19 and celebrated a second consecutive Class A state title. Catherine Reid helped the North Yarmouth Academy girls’ squad enjoy its best season this century and reach the Class C South Final. Nicco Pitre helped the Falmouth boys get to the Class A ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 10, 2019By Michael Hoffer
  • Final boys’ hockey Super Six Poll
    Our final poll for boys’ hockey. This poll considers games played through Saturday, March 9, and was first released on Twitter at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday. The poll includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland County from Cape Elizabeth to Freeport) and is based solely on my opinion. 1) Greely 2) Cape Elizabeth 3) ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 10, 2019By The Forecaster
  • Hoops season gave us plenty of drama-Portland edition
    Delaney Haines had an injury-plagued senior season, but she came back in time to lead the Rams on a surprising run to the Class AA North Final. Finn Scott and Waynflete’s boys’ team enjoyed another strong season, reaching the Class C South semifinals. The 2018-19 basketball season will be remembered ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 10, 2019By Michael Hoffer
  • Bowdoin rolls on: Back to the Final Four for the Polar Bears
    Abby Kelly (22) of Bowdoin College looks up the court with Ithaca’s Sara Jackson (33) defending during NCAA Division III basketball action in Brunswick on Saturday. Kelly had 18 points as the Polar Bears rolled to an 87-61 victory. (Brian Beard / CiPhotography.com). BRUNSWICK — The goal was simple for ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Bob Conn
  • Boys hockey: Underclassmen shine in Saints’ title victory
    Sophomores Dominic Chasse and Lucas Pushard and freshman Leondro Naous scored key goals Saturday night. The post Boys hockey: Underclassmen shine in Saints’ title victory appeared first on Lewiston Sun Journal. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Nathan Fournier
  • CHAMPS ONCE AGAIN — St. Dom’s staves off Biddeford for Class A boys hockey title
    Saints win school's first boys hockey state championship since 2000. The post CHAMPS ONCE AGAIN — St. Dom’s staves off Biddeford for Class A boys hockey title appeared first on Lewiston Sun Journal. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Wil Kramlich
  • Boys’ hockey: St. Dominic denies Biddeford in Class A final
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Kevin Thomas
  • WATCH: St. Dom’s beats Biddeford 4-2 in state title game
    Videos of first three St. Dom's goals, taken by the Sun Journal's Adam Robinson. The post WATCH: St. Dom’s beats Biddeford 4-2 in state title game appeared first on Lewiston Sun Journal. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Sun Journal Sports
  • Saturday’s Sports Digest: Thornton Academy athletes impress in national meet
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Staff and news service report
  • Basketball: One last hurrah for senior standouts
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Drew Bonifant
  • Greely leaves no doubt, blanks Old Town/Orono for Class B crown
    Greely’s boys’ hockey team celebrates at the end of Saturday’s 8-0 victory over Old Town/Orono in the Class B state final. The Rangers avenged last year’s overtime loss to the Black Bears in the state game and won the championship for the fourth time. Shawn Patrick Ouellette / Portland Press ... read more
    Source: TheForecaster.netPublished on March 9, 2019By Michael Hoffer
  • H.S. basketball: All-Star games help players cope with tournament defeats
    For seniors who fall short of gold ball, All-Star contests a crack at a final positive high school basketball memory. The post H.S. basketball: All-Star games help players cope with tournament defeats appeared first on Lewiston Sun Journal. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Drew Bonifant
  • High school basketball: All-Star games help players cope with tournament defeats
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Drew Bonifant
  • Boys hockey: Greely shuts out Old Town/Orono for Class B state title
    Rangers take early lead and hold onto it, avenging last year's state championship setback. The post Boys hockey: Greely shuts out Old Town/Orono for Class B state title appeared first on Lewiston Sun Journal. ... read more
    Source: SunJournal.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Wil Kramlich
  • Boys’ hockey: Greely rolls to Class B state championship, 8-0
    Source: PressHerald.comPublished on March 9, 2019By Staff report
  • Biddeford beats the odds in run to final
    Biddeford goalie Justin Larnerd faces off with South Portland’s Brad McMains on a penalty shot during their Class A South semifinal game at the Colisee. TAMMY BELANGER PHOTOGRAPHY BIDDEFORD — Heading into the 2018-19 boys hockey season, the Biddeford Tigers knew they would have to put together a truly incredible ... read more
    Source: JournalTribune.comPublished on March 9, 2019By [email protected]
  • Women’s D-III Basketball: Bowdoin is ‘Elite’
    Bowdoin’s Maddie Hasson (14) goes to the hoop against SUNY New Paltz’s Philesha Howell (25) during Friday’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Sectional at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.  (Brian Beard / CiPhotography.com) BRUNSWICK – The Bowdoin women’s basketball team took advantage of their size, depth and athleticism, pulling away from a six ... read more
    Source: TimesRecord.comPublished on March 8, 2019By Bob Conn
  • High school basketball: DeWolfe, Fleming earn basketball honors
    Source: CentralMaine.comPublished on March 8, 2019By Travis Lazarczyk