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SMCC fall season comes to close

The fall sports season at Southern Maine Community College has wrapped up for a pair of teams and is nearly over for the rest. Women’s soccer ended the regular season a program-best 8-1-1 (4-1-1 in Yankee Small College Conference play) after a 10-1 home drubbing of visiting rival Central Maine CC Tuesday behind six goals from Hannah Fields. Last week, the Seawolves edged visiting Unity College, 3-2, then blanked visiting U. Maine-Presque Isle, 4-0. The conference tournament play-in game is Saturday. The semifinals and finals are Saturday, Oct. 24, at New Hampshire Technical Institute. The men’s team split 3-0 decisions last weekend, downing visiting Unity College by that score and losing to UMPI. After hosting St. Joe’s of Vermont Wednesday, SMCC (6-5-1 overall, 4-1 in conference) takes part in the conference tournament starting Saturday. Baseball finished its fall season 6-7-1 (5-3 in conference) after dropping a 2-1 home decision to Bridgton Academy and a doubleheader at Dean College (12-4 and 6-5). Softball went 2-7. Golf competes in the conference championship match Saturday. 

SMCC names Hall of Fame class

Southern Maine Community College has named former basketball and softball standouts Steve Patrick (men’s basketball, Class of 2005), Darcey Webster (basketball and softball, 2010) and Rachel Del Camp (basketball and softball, 2010) as this year’s inductees into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame. Patrick, Webster and Del Camp will be honored during a banquet Saturday, Nov. 7, at 6:30 p.m., at the Campus Center. Tickets are free. FMI, 741-5927 or