North Sports Roundup

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Livingston leaving Falmouth

Falmouth High athletic director Todd Livingston is leaving the school to take a similar position at South Portland High, his alma mater. Livingston has been the Falmouth AD for five years and will replace Kevin Woodhouse at South Portland. Livingston played soccer, basketball and baseball for the Red Riots before playing baseball at the University of Maine. Falmouth is in the process of choosing Livingston’s successor.

New girls’ hockey coach at NYA

North Yarmouth Academy named Mike Hebert its new girls’ ice hockey coach last week. Hebert replaces Ellissa Popoff. Hebert has over 10 years of coaching experience, most recently with the Portland Junior Pirates as one of the U-19 girls’ travel team coaches. Hebert’s son, Simon, was a 2009 NYA graduate and his daughter, Alexandra, is a senior at NYA this year.

Yarmouth coaching openings

Yarmouth High School is seeking an indoor track assistant coach and a swim assistant coach for the upcoming winter season. Harrison Middle School has openings for 7th grade and 8th grade girls’ lacrosse coaches. FMI, susan_robbins@yarmouthschools.org.

Yarmouth hosting Cancer Awareness games

Yarmouth High School is hosting several upcoming Cancer Awareness games. They will be Thursday’s soccer doubleheader versus NYA (the girls play at 4, boys at 6), Friday’s field hockey game against York (4:30 p.m.) and a football game versus Telstar Oct. 14 (7 p.m.). There will be public service announcements, players will wear pink shoelaces or temporary tattoos and a pink ribbon will be painted on the turf field.

Raging Bulls to host playoff game

The Southern Maine Raging Bulls of the New England Football League completed their regular season at 6-2 and will host a playoff game Saturday at 3 p.m., at Deering High School. FMI, ragingbullsfootball.com.

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