North Sports Roundup
Falmouth boy wins tennis title
Falmouth's Patrick Ordway, 16, won the Maine Fall Classic tennis tournament last weekend. Ordway, seeded third, rallied for a semifinal victory over Mark Pronchick, then defeted top-seeded Cam Trosin, 6-3, 6-2 in the final.
Greely seeks winter coaches
Greely High School has openings for a girls' junior varsity ice hockey and a winter cheering coach. FMI, msad51.org.
Durham middle school coaching vacancies
Durham Elementary/Middle School has coaching vacancies for girls' 'B' basketball and boys' and girls' track and field. FMI, Ryan Gleason 353-9333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
USM offering baseball clinic
The University of Southern Maine baseball staff will hold a first annual advanced baseball clinic Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The clinic is for high school aged players who have aspirations of playing in college. The cost is $75. FMI, 780-5474.
Sailing regatta/fundraiser upcoming
SailMaine is hosting its second annual Leafer's Last Leg regatta/SailMaine Soiree silent auction fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 17. Dozens of local high school sailors and seasoned sailing veterans will square off on courses outside Portland Harbor. The Soiree follows to raise funds in support of a wide range of community sailing programs. FMI, 650-7878 or email@example.com.