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Local girl wins Elks Hoopshoot contest

Falmouth’s Camille Clement was the girls’ 8-9 age division champion of the Elks Lodge 188 Hoop Shoot contest held Sunday at McAuley. Clement advances to the regional championships to be held at McAuley Sunday. Winners there move on to the state finals Jan. 29, at Cony High School in Augusta.

CNYLL registration underway

Registration for Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League’s 2012 season is underway. Registration can only be done online via credit card at cnyll.com. Please register your child before Feb. 29 to receive an early-bird discount (does not apply to T-Ball baseball or T-Ball softball). We will also need coaches for the upcoming season at all levels. Coaches’ applications can be found on our website.

Swish-Out basketball tourney seeks teams

The 18th annual Dr. Noel Paradise Memorial Swish-Out and Junior Swish-Out Childhood Cancer Challenge, the longest running, continuous 3-on-3 benefit basketball tournament in the state, is seeking teams to participate in this year’s event, which will be held Sunday, Jan. 29. The tournament is a benefit for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program. FMI, 773-5671, ext. 273, or jparadise@mainecul.org.

Seventh annual Tucker’s Boardercross this weekend

The seventh annual Tucker’s Boardercross, a fundriaser that supports the Maine Children’s Cancer Program, will be held Saturday and Sunday at Sugarloaf. Snowboarders and skiers will compete in this USASA competition, winners accumulating enough points for Nationals held in April. FMI, tucksbx.com.

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