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SMCC softball wins conference title

The Southern Maine Community College softball team captured the Yankee Small College Conference title Sunday, rallying for a dramatic 3-2 win over rival Central Maine CC in the championship game. Kim Hunt earned the win with 13 strikeouts, had a clutch triple and was named tournament most valuable player. The Seawolves baseball team beat New Hampshire Technical Institute in the semifinals, 7-4 (Mustafa Jamel threw a complete game to earn the win), but despite a valiant rally from a 5-1 deficit, SMCC lost to Vermont Tech in the final, 6-5. Jeremy Gearty was named the tournament’s all-defensive player. The Seawolves next will take part in the USCAA National tournament at the ballpark in Old Orchard Beach beginning Friday.

South Portland coaching vacancy

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

South Portland travel soccer team holding registration

The South Portland Strikers soccer team will hold its fall registration Tuesday, May 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Art Room in the Community Center, on the second floor, FMI, leaguelineup.com/spstrikers.

Football clinic upcoming

The Cape Elizabeth football boosters will hold spring football clinics for all positions and all players in grades 7-12 Saturdays May 14 and 21 from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Hannaford Field. The camp is led by Quinton Porter, the former Portland High, Boston College and current quarterback of the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger Cats. Cost is $80 per single session and $150 for both. FMI, 617-304-4079 or quinton.porter@gmail.com.

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