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Hardy named new NYA AD

Jack Hardy, the longtime Greely High athletic director, who has served as the assistant principal at Falmouth High since 2005, is returning to athletics and will be the new AD at North Yarmouth Academy effective July 15. Hardy’s son, Anthony, is a senior at NYA. Hardy replaces Mike Dutton.
“I’ve been looking forward to getting back into athletic administration and have considered it over the last few years,” Hardy said. “After seven years removed, I was ready. When I heard the position at NYA was open, knowing the experience my son and family have had there, I was excited to put my name in. I’m excited about the size of the school. I want the students and families in Falmouth to know how much I’ve enjoyed working with them.”

Portland Porpoises compete at state championships

The Portland Porpoise Swim Club competed at the Maine Swimming Championship meet at UMaine-Orono, March 15-18 and placed third, its best performance in years. The Porpoises also had many age group high point winners: Peterson Silk (11-12), 6th; Wyeth Spike (13-14), 5th; Mike O’Donovan (13-14), 3rd; Kevin Kane (13-14), 8th; and Ellen Silk (15-19), 6th. FMI, head coach Matt Baxter 232-9457 or

NYA hosting Wounded Warrior benefit

The North Yarmouth Academy boys’ lacrosse team is holding a benefit game for the Wounded Warrior Project, Saturday, April 28 at 11 a.m., when the Panthers meet defending Class A state champion Scarborough. Already committed are a color guard, a chorus for the national anthem and at least one motivational speaker from Seal Team 10. Congressional representatives have also been invited.

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,