South Sports Roundup
SMCC fall season winds down
The Southern Maine Community College Seawolves fall sports season is nearing an end. The men's soccer team improved to 7-3 (7-1 in the Yankees Small College Conference) with a 3-0 win over visiting Eastern Maine CC Saturday. The Seawolves have just five games remaining, including a showdown at rival Central Maine CC Monday. The women's team is 5-3 (3-2 in conference) after a 1-0 forfeit win over EMCC last weekend. SMCC plays at CMCC Monday. On the diamond, the baseball team is 8-3-1 (2-0 in YSCC play) after splitting a doubleheader with the University of New Hampshire's club team Saturday (winning, 7-2, losing, 6-4). The Seawolves had a doubleheader at CMCC Wednesday and play two at EMCC Saturday. Softball is 0-4 entering a doubleheader at EMCC Saturday.
Cape Elizabeth winter coaching openings
Cape Elizabeth High School is seeking winter coaches. Varsity boys' and girls' Nordic skiing, varsity boys' ice hockey, assistant varsity Alpine ski, first team boys' basketball, first team girls' basketball and junior varsity boys' basketball have openings. FMI, 799-3309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.