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Scarborough will hold a race for ages 3 through 12 on Monday as part of the Memorial Day events. Comment?
Babson College softball coach Dave Canan said he can think of only one reason why he'll be glad that Scarborough's Catie Funk is no longer on his team. Comment?
Tell him he's going to pitch in the ballgame the University of Southern Maine must win to continue its season and keep alive its hopes for a trip to the NCAA Division III baseball championship. Comment?
Left-hander Jayme Lappin allowed only three hits through six innings, and Ben Greenberg continued his torrid hitting as Scarborough improved to 10-0 with a 9-2 win over Portland in a Southern Maine Activities Association baseball game Thursday at Hadlock Field. Comment?
Joe Pastore has gotten off to a bumpy start in his second season racing on PASS North's Sportsman tour. Comment?
After starting the baseball season with a 1-4 record, Thornton Academy has quietly turned things around by winning three of its last four games. Comment?
Pros Jim Fairbanks and Shawn Warren stayed hot with another win in a best-ball event. Comment?
Cape Elizabeth kept its cool down the stretch to pull out a 10-8 victory against Scarborough in a girls' lacrosse game Friday night at foggy Hannaford Field. Comment?
As of Thursday morning, a total of 32 drivers had signed up to race in Saturday night's Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough. Comment?
Sam Wessel of Scarborough was a first baseman last year, but was moved to catcher this season after the graduation of Connor McCann. Comment?
The images flickered on the big screen at one end of the high school gymnasium. Hockey players in the red-and-white uniforms of Boston University chased the puck. Comment?
Righthander Ben Greenberg retired the first 11 batters before settling for a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts Thursday as unbeaten Scarborough posted a 7-0 victory against Westbrook in an SMAA baseball game at Olmsted Field. Comment?
Gorham High Athletic Director Tim Spear said Wednesday that Mark Karter is the Rams' new head boys' basketball coach, pending school committee approval May 8. Karter spent the last 21 seasons as head coach at Westbrook High. Comment?
On the schedule, Monday's Scarborough at South Portland softball game was an early-season showdown between the two Western Class A favorites. Comment?
Sophomore Olivia Leavitt will be joined in singles by freshman Julia Brogan and, back from a year away, senior Libby Voccola. Comment?
Bradley Babb, a third-generation driver from Windham, will test his new Super Late Model against the region's top drivers in the PASS North Series' season-opening Fletcher and Ford 150 Sunday at Oxford Plains Speedway. Comment?
Scarborough's John Wheeler leaps over the Marshwood defense to score one of his Class A-leading 51 goals last season. Comment?
Louie Luchini of Ellsworth hadn't run a race in over six months, but the state legislator and former professional runner showed he's still capable of going very fast, running away from the field Sunday at the 84th Boys and Girls Clubs Patriots Day 5-mile road race. Comment?
"Since we've been in Class A, South Portland's been the school that's either been in our way or the team we had to get through," said Tom Griffin, the 23-year Scarborough coach. Comment?
That's where they're going this spring so watch out. They have two of the best pitchers/hitters in the state Erin Giles and Alyssa Williamson. Comment?