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Forecaster:: Michael’s top five moments / All-Stars

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jul 04, 2017 4:10 am

Michael’s top five moments -Portland edition

3) Strong season on the diamond
Three of four city baseball teams made it to the playoffs and some of the best players in the state resided in our backyard. Deering made the postseason for the third year in a row and after downing Biddeford in the preliminary round of the Class A South playoffs, the Rams met Cheverus for the third year in a row, but lost in the quarterfinals. The Stags went on to down Gorham in the semifinals to reach the Class A South Final. Portland almost joined Cheverus in the regional final, beating South Portland by mercy rule in the quarterfinals, then taking top-ranked Falmouth to extra innings in a semifinal round thriller, but the Bulldogs lost by a run. The Stags couldn’t solve the Yachtsmen either, losing in the regional final, but it was a season to remember regardless.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:13 am

Michael’s top five moments -Northern edition

1) Yarmouth baseball wins improbable state crown
There’s a reason that No. 9 seeds don’t win championships very often. It’s very difficult and requires playing your best at the right time on your opponent’s home field. A little good fortune doesn’t hurt either. Yarmouth’s baseball team managed that feat last month and the Clippers’ run will long be hailed. A win at No. 8 Leavitt in the preliminary round wasn’t a big surprise, but once Yarmouth held on for a dramatic upset win at top-ranked Madison/Carrabec in the quarterfinals, the buzz got louder. The Clippers then beat rival Cape Elizabeth in the semifinals and after building an early lead against potent York in the regional final, held on down the stretch to punch their ticket to their first state final in any class since 1995. In the Class B state game, Yarmouth had to go up against the defending champion, Old Town, but the Clippers had senior ace Gibson Harnett on the mound and their baserunning derring-do proved too much for the Coyotes to counter and Yarmouth went on to win the championship in storybook fashion. There won’t be another title like this one.

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Re: Forecaster:: Michael’s top five moments / All-Stars

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jul 10, 2017 3:44 am

Forecaster: Baseball All-stars were plentiful this spring-Portland edition

The Southwestern Maine Activities Association baseball all-conference team featured many familiar names.

The league’s Most Valuable Player was Cheverus pitcher/first baseman Jared Brooks, who was joined on the first-team by teammates Justin Ray (second base), Dom Casale (outfield) and Jack Casale (utility/pitcher) and Portland shortstop Jake Knop and catcher Cam King.

Portland’s Nick Archambault was given the Fred Harlow Award for all-around dedication and attitude.

The second team included Cheverus’ Brooks (first base) and Griffin Watson (shortstop), Deering pitcher James Sinclair and Portland pitcher Gio Ruotolo.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:22 am

Forecaster:: Baseball All-stars were plentiful this spring-Northern edition

Yarmouth’s baseball team won a surprise Class B state championship, its first, last month and the Clippers, along with every other Forecaster Country squad, had players named to the Western Maine Conference all-star team.

In Classes A/B, the first-team included Falmouth senior outfielder Reece Armitage, senior shortstop Robbie Armitage, junior first baseman Griffin Aube, senior second baseman Colin Coyne, senior utilityman Max Fortier and senior pitcher Cam Guarino, Greely senior pitcher Ryan Twitchell and Yarmouth senior utilityman Gibson Harnett and sophomore outfielder Jack Romano.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:39 am

Forecaster:: Baseball All-stars were plentiful this spring-Southern edition

he Southwestern Maine Activities Association baseball all-conference team featured some familiar names.

South Portland senior Sam Troiano made the first-team as a pitcher and an outfielder.

The second team included Scarborough designated hitter Zach Alofs and South Portland pitcher Zach Johnson.

South Portland’s Riley Hasson was an honorable mention.

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