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With no state playoffs for soccer, some high schools have created four-team 'tournaments' to add a little end-of-season excitement.

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Grace Forgues scored to break a scoreless tie in the 51st minute, knocking in a rebound off the post of Mikayla Martorano’s free kick, as Gorham handed Portland its first girls’ soccer loss of the season Monday,

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Friday afternoon at Boulos Stadium, in a rematch of a playoff game from a year ago, the young Stags hosted a veteran Gorham squad ... score still tied. In high school soccer, teams play two ...

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Election update The town has received more than 6,200 absentee ballot requests as of Oct. 16, an increase of 688 ballots over last week’s count, according to Town Manager Ephrem Paraschak. Some 3,600 absentee ballots have been returned,

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From Town Council and School Committee to state seats and two local referendum questions, Gorham voters face a number of issues.

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Hailey Koons tied the game for Bonny Eagle (2-2)with 1:11 left to play in regulation. ERSKINE ACADEMY 3, GARDINER 0: MacKenzie Roderick scored two goals to lead the Eagles over th

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The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Council met via Zoom last Friday where members voted to allow all winter sports to go forward for the 2020-21 seasons. The

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Landry retires A day after receiving a 10-year pin for her “outstanding” service to the community, Alida Landry retired this month as a member of the Town Clerk’s Office staff. “Alida’s contribution to the Clerk’s Office staff and town as a whole over the years is immeasurable,

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Lydia Gaudreau scored the lone goal off a penalty corner as Gorham earned a 1-0 win over Falmouth in an SMAA field hockey game Wednesday night. Gorham improved to 4-0. Stella DelTergo made eight saves for Falmouth (1-3).

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GORHAM — Three new members will be added to the seven-member Gorham School Committee in the Nov. 3 election. Four candidates are vying for the three-year seats: James Brockman, a business analyst; Nicole Hudson,

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