South Sports Roundup

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Locals take part in soccer all-star games

Cape Elizabeth’s Timmy Lavallee scored two goals to help the Western Maine Conference defeat the Southern Maine Activities Association, 4-3, in the 22nd annual Senior All-Star soccer tournament/Special Olympics Maine fundraiser last week.  Scarborough’s Andrew Jones had a goal in defeat. South Portland’s Akiba Davis, Nate Fox and Nem Kaurin also took part. The WMC now leads the all-time series with the SMAA, 11-4 (with seven ties). In the girls’ game, the SMAA triumphed, 3-2, thanks to two goals by Scarborough’s Haley Carignan. Carignan was joined on the SMAA team by Scarborough’s Emily Tolman and South Portland’s Emily Masters. Cape Elizabeth’s Ali Johnson played on the WMC squad. The WMC is now 10-5 all-time (with seven ties) versus the SMAA.

Summerfest race upcoming

The 11th annual Scarborough Summerfest 5K and 1-mile races will be held Friday, Aug. 17 at the Scarborough High School athletic complex. The 1-mile race starts at 6 p.m. The 5K begins at 6:30 p.m. Registration fees are $10 for the 1-mile race and $15 for the 5K. The races are sponsored by the Scarborough track and cross country boosters. FMI, [email protected].

SP Rec announces fall co-ed adult leagues

The South Portland Recreation Department will offer co-ed adult leagues this fall for Sunday softball, Monday dodgeball and Tuesday floor hockey. All players must be at least 18 and have graduated from high school. Softball begins Aug. 26. Dodgeball starts Sept. 10. Floor hockey commences Sept. 4. FMI, 767-7650 or [email protected].