South Sports Roundup

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Livingston new SP AD

Todd Livingston will be the new South Portland athletic director, returning to his alma mater. Livingston has been the Falmouth AD for five years and will replace Kevin Woodhouse. Livingston played soccer, basketball and baseball for the Red Riots before playing baseball at the University of Maine.

Cape Elizabeth coaching openings

Cape Elizabeth High School is seeking an indoor track distance coach and a varsity boys’ and girls’ Nordic ski coach for the upcoming winter season. FMI, jthoreck@capeelizabethschools.org.

SMCC’s success continues

Southern Maine Community College’s fall sports teams continue to impress as the regular season nears its conclusion. Golf was second at its most recent match in Barrington, N.H. Cape Elizabeth’s Alex McFarlane earned medalist honors with a 72. Baseball has fallen victim to a recent spate of rainouts, but will host the NECA Fall Classic on Saturday. Softball was an 8-4 winner at rival Central Maine CC last Wednesday, 8-4.

Over the weekend, the Seawolves dropped games to the UNH club team and New Hampshire Technical Institute. SMCC (3-5 overall, 3-3 in conference) hosts the NECA Fall Classic this weekend. Men’s soccer began the week 8-2 (8-0 in conference) after recent victories over University of Maine Machias (2-1), Northern Maine CC (1-0) and Eastern Maine CC (4-0).  The women’s squad began the week 4-3 after a 7-1 win at EMCC Sunday.

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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