South Sports Roundup

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South Portland coaching vacancy

South Portland High School is seeking a varsity winter cheering coach. The application deadline is May 27. FMI, 767-7705.

SMCC baseball ousted from national tournament

The Southern Maine Community College baseball team was eliminated from the USCAA national baseball tournament at the Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach last weekend. Saturday, the Seawolves fell, 9-0, to Rochester College. Sunday brought a 10-0 loss to Spalding University.

South Portland travel soccer team holding registration

The South Portland Strikers soccer team will hold its fall registration Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Art Room in the Community Center, on the second floor, FMI, leaguelineup.com/spstrikers.

SP football holding second registration

There will be a second registration for South Portland youth and middle school football Wednesday, June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the SP Community Center. The program is open to all boys and girls in grades 2-6. Cost is $85. FMI, spyouthfootball@yahoo.com or southportlandfootball.com.

Portland rugby team ties for 3rd in championships

The Portland Power Pigs boys’ rugby team tied for third at the recent New Hampshire/Maine championships, held Saturday in New London, N.H. In the first match, third-ranked Portland lost to eventual champion Seacoast, 22-10. Flanker and captain Jack McDonald (Cape Elizabeth) had both of the Power Pigs’ tries. In the consolation game, flyhalf Parker Doyon (Cheverus) kicked a penalty with two minutes remaining to help Portland salvage a 22-22 tie with Amoskeag. McDonald had two tries while outside center Max McDonald (Windham) scored the game’s first try. Doyon also added two conversion kicks. Portland ends its season with a record of 2-2-1. Any high school boy interested in playing rugby next season should visit, powerpigrugby.org/new_website/.

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