Portland Sports Roundup

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Casco Bay Sports winter offerings

Casco Bay Sports has several leagues primed to start soon. A Sunday night co-ed indoor soccer league is underway at YourSpace in Gorham. Wednesday night co-ed softball starts Feb. 2 in Gorham. Sunday co-ed basketball begins Feb. 13 at the East End Community Center in Portland. There will also be Monday, Tuesday and Thursday night dodgeball leagues beginning in early February and a Wednesday bowling league and  a new Monday co-ed volleyball league beginning in late February. FMI, cascobaysports.com.

Maine Elite Lacrosse registration upcoming

Maine Elite Lacrosse’s session III registration opens Feb. 1. The boys’ grades 7-8 season runs Tuesdays, March 1 through April 12, at the Portland Sports Complex. Game time is 6:15 p.m. Sundays from March 6 through April 24 at YourSpace in Gorham, boys and girls in grades 2-8 have skills and drills at 4 p.m. Girls in grades 7-8 play at 5 p.m. and boys in grades 4, 5 and 6 play at a 5 p.m. FMI, info@maineelitelacrosse.com

SMCC holding alumni basketball games

Southern Maine Community College will hold alumni games Saturday, Feb. 12. The women play at 2 p.m. The men at 3 p.m. The current women’s team plays Berkeley College at 5 p.m. and the men face Berkeley at 7 p.m. At 9 p.m., there will be a postgame reception at Rivalries Sports Bar in Portland. FMI, 741-5927, 741-5928, mrichards@smccme.edu or rroak@smccme.edu.

SMCC hoops teams third in conference

Southern Maine Community College’s men’s basketball team beat Lakes Region CC (112-82) and the University of Maine-Augusta (100-66) and lost at home to Navy Prep (101-82) in recent action. Coleman Findlay went off for 28 points, Josh Mackie added 23 and Paul Holland finished with 16 against Lakes Region. The Seawolves got 17 points from Findlay and 16 each from Mackie and Dan Foster against UMA. In the loss, SMCC (13-11, 7-3 in the Yankee Small College conference, good for third) was led by 18 points from Randall Laing. The Seawolves were tied for seventh in the latest DII basketball poll. They lead Division II in 3-point field goals made per game and are second in scoring average. The women beat UMA (70-56) and lost to Navy Prep (87-66) and are now 10-12 (6-2 in conference). In the victory, Christina Ricci had 25 points, Alisa Sweet 17  points and 17 rebounds and Chelsea Sloat 11 points.  In the setback, Sweet had 20 points and Ricci 18.

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