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SUBHEAD-Bowdoin men’s hockey falls in tournament final
The Bowdoin men’s hockey team advanced to the final of the 2008 Salem State Holiday Tournament Saturday with a 5-1 win over Salve Regina, but dropped the championship game to the hosts 4-3 Sunday. In the victory, five different players scored as the Polar Bears enjoyed a 52-21 shot advantage. Nick Smith had 20 saves. In the loss, Salem State forced overtime with four seconds to go in regulation, then scored the winner with 2:27 to play in the extra session. Bowdoin fell to 6-2-1 on the season.

SUBHEAD-Youth soccer program offered
The Seacoast United Indoor Facility in Topsham is offering a “Mini-Kickers” program for ages 3 through 10 Monday through Wednesday mornings. A “Grassroots” soccer program is offered Saturdays, featuring pick-up games for ages 5 and 6 and 7 and 8.
FMI, 729-8444 or jdane@seacoastunited.org.

SUBHEAD-Seacoast U-13 girls’ soccer openings
The Seacoast United soccer program is seeking players. Boys’ U-10 through U-15 and girls’ U-10 through U-18 have openings for the winter and spring seasons.
FMI, 729-8444 or www.seacoastunitedmaine.org.

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