South Sports Roundup

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South Portland Little League seeks umpires

The South Portland National Little League is seeking volunteers to umpire baseball and softball games for the upcoming season. Those interested should attend the 2010 State O’ Maine Little League Umpire Clinic April 24 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Windham. FMI, 799-4061 or ccanfield@gmx.com before April 16 or 799-5686 or rrottkov@yahoo.com after April 16.

Scarborough hosting 5K

The Scarborough track and cross country boosters are sponsoring a 5K race and a kids’ 1-mile race to be held Sunday, beginning at 1 p.m. The cost is $10. Proceeds will benefit the boosters.

Casco Bay Sports offering spring leagues

Casco Bay Sports is offering soccer, flag football, softball and dodgeball leagues this spring. A co-ed Monday night 6-on-6 soccer league starts April 12. A Thursday night league begins May 6. A Sunday 11-on-11 league begins May 2. A spring 6-on-6 flag football league starts April 11. A Sunday softball league begins May 2. A weeknight league commences May 3. Co-ed dodgeball has divisions playing Tuesday (starting April 20), Wednesday (April 21) and Thursday (April 29). FMI, cascobaysports.com.

Power Pigs open season with a win

The Portland Power Pigs rugby team began defense of their 2009 Maine/New Hampshire championship with a 27-0 victory over Kearsage Regional High School (N.H.) at the Cumberland Fairgrounds Saturday. Portland got two first half tries from Caleb Tracey and a conversion by flyhalf Francisco Marques to lead 12-0. Marques, prop forward Brooks Berueffy, and wing Eddie Beaulieu added second half tries to bring the final to 27-0. Portland’s next match is tentatively set for April 17 against Kimball Union Academy (N.H.).

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