Portland Sports Roundup

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Joanne P. McCallie book signing Wednesday evening

One-time Brunswick High standout, former University of Maine women’s basketball coach and current Duke University women’s basketball coach Joanne P. McCallie will sign copies of her book, “Choice not Chance,” Wednesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at the Brunswick Golf Course. FMI, nancyrod@gwi.net.

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.

Cheverus tennis clinic upcoming

The Cheverus boys’ tennis team is giving a free clinic to kids ages 7 to 10 from 10 to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, May 5 at the Cheverus courts on Washington Avenue. FMI, grandslamtennis1@yahoo.com.

Golf Card comes to Portland

The Junior Golf Card program is coming to the Greater Portland area. The card saves youths ages 17-and-under 50 percent off (unlimited use) at over 19 partnering golf courses in Maine, plus other golf related discounts and is valid for the entire 2012 season. It is available at the Golf & Ski Warehouse in Scarborough, Maine and online at juniorgolfcards.com for only $29. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the cards will benefit the First Tee of Maine.

Bristol Seafood to sponsor Deering American Legion team

Bristol Seafood will sponsor the Deering High American Legion baseball team this summer. The team will be coached by Deering varsity baseball coach Tim Eisenhart.

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