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South Portland High School is seeking a varsity winter cheering coach. The application deadline is May 27. FMI, 767-7705.
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.
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.
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, email@example.com or southportlandfootball.com.
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/.