North Sports Roundup

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Yarmouth hires football, golf coaches

Chris Pingitore, who played an integral role in the establishment of the program, will replace Jim Hartman as Yarmouth High School’s varsity football coach. He inherits a team which has won 24 straight games and the past two Class C state championships. Pingitore’s son, Nate, was a star player for the Clippers prior to graduating in 2011. Also, athletic director Susan Robbins announced that Gregg Baker will be the new golf coach. Baker is a Yarmouth High graduate and is a pro at Martindale.

Cumberland youth lacrosse clinic upcoming

A youth lacrosse team skills clinic for Cumberland 3rd and 4th grade girls will be held Saturday, April 28 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at Falmouth Community Park. FMI, gsanchez@pierceatwood.com.

Local players make girls’ lax Maine team roster

Falmouth’s Alex Bernier, Angela Mallis and Geneva Waite and Greely’s Julia Mitiguy made the Maine girls’ lacrosse team roster. The squad will compete in the U.S. Women’s Division National Lacrosse Tournament in Long Island, N.Y., during Memorial Day weekend.

Coaches vs. Cancer benefit games upcoming

High schools across the state are teaming up with the American Cancer Society to host Coaches vs. Cancer baseball and softball games May 22-26. Teams interested in taking part should contact Erika Gould, 373-3728 or erika.gould@cancer.org.

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