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Scarborough boys win regional cross country ttile – The Forecaster 0

Scarborough boys win regional cross country ttile – The Forecaster

Scarborough s boys cross country team won a regional title Saturday at Twin Brook Recreation Center and the Red Storm will be joined by five other teams at the state meet this coming weekend. Scarborough s girls and both South Portland teams also qualified in Class A, while in Class B, the Cape Elizabeth boys and girls made the cut. Class A Scarborough s boys had the top three individual finishers and tallied 45 points, which allowed the Red Storm to beat Falmouth (71) and 15 other teams.

South Portland (195 points) came in eighth and qualified for states. The Red Storm were led by Colin Tardiff (who completed the 5-kilometer course in 16 minutes, 39.54 seconds), runner-up Connor Doherty (16:46.21) and third-place finisher Andrew Sholl (16:47.35). Andrew Goodwin (13th, 17:30.82) and Luke Grover (26th, 17:52.48) also scored.

The Red Riots top finisher was Gavin Damian-Loring, who was 10th (17:24.16). Also scoring were Jake Maloney (23rd, 17:50.37), Xander Keiter (42nd, 18:25.98), John Sullivan (51st, 18:44.19) and Steven Smith (69th, 19:09.65). In the girls meet, won by Bonny Eagle with 44 points, Scarborough (60) was runner-up and South Portland (149) came in fifth.

The Red Storm were led by Laura Volan, who was sixth in 20:27.74. Also scoring were Marisa Carbone (10th, 20:42.31), Samantha Saraceno (11th, 20:42.65), Bethany Sholl (13th, 20:52.60) and Hannah Griffin (20th, 21:24.55). The Red Riots had the third-fastest individual, Serena Mckenzie (20:02.62).

Also scoring were Casey Loring (18th, 21:12.05), Delphi Bourassa (31st, 21:49.89), Eileen Potterfield (41st, 22:20.54) and Thaovy Duong (56th, 23:20.95). Class B In Class B, Cape Elizabeth s girls came in fourth with 125 points (Yarmouth was first with 55). The Capers points came from Liv Palma (fifth, 19:57.27), Emma Shedd (11th, 21:06.34), Kelsey Kennedy (27th, 21:38.89), Sam Feenstra (31st, 21:51.54) and Alicia Lawrence (51st, 23:05.46).

Cape Elizabeth s boys had 178 points and came in fifth (Freeport won with 59). The Capers were led by Jared Duperre (19th, 17:55.09). Also scoring were Arsen Scheindel (30th, 18:19.02), Mac Huffard (32nd, 18:24.32), Aidan Willitts (46th, 19:03.66) and Rohan Freedman (51st, 19:22.85).

States States will be held Saturday at Twin Brook. The Class A girls start things off at 11 a.m. The Class A boys run at 11:35 a.m.

The Class B girls meet begins at 12:30 p.m. and the Class B boys run at 1:05 p.m. The New England championship meet is Saturday, Nov.

14 in Thetford, Vermont. Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at mhoffer@theforecaster.net 1 . Follow him on Twitter: @foresports 2 .

Sidebar Elements Scarborough s Connor Doherty, left, and Colin Tardiff come out of the woods during the Class A South regional championship meet Saturday. Tardiff was first individually, Doherty placed second and the Red Storm easily took the team title. South Portland s Serena Mckenzie heads toward a third-place individual finish in the Class A South girls regional meet.

The Red Riots came in fifth as a team and qualified for states.

References ^ mhoffer@theforecaster.net (www.theforecaster.net) ^ @foresports (twitter.com)

Southwold Mini and Southwold Youth Rugby Report 0

Southwold Mini and Southwold Youth Rugby Report

Photo credit: Linda Cayley The new rugby season started on Sunday for the minis and youth sections on Southwold Common, it was fantastic to see the common buzzing again on a Sunday morning with lots of familiar faces and many new faces including our new medic Mishy. Talking to some of the players afterwards they mentioned that they loved being back with their team mates and were looking forward to improving their skills and learning new ones. There was also a lot of talk about the Rugby World Cup.

The Colts hosted Ipswich in a pre-season training match. Despite 12 of the Southwold squad away at the Sundance Festival! we were still able to field a team who, for the most part, dominated.

Tired legs against a 30 strong opposition resulted in a few late tries being let in and a final score of 24-19 to Southwold. Notable highlights were Will Debenham (pictured) scoring a hat trick and turnovers from Jobe Brooks. An encouraging KO to the season.

It looks like being a very exciting season with the Rugby World Cup about to start everyone is very enthusiastic, if you would like to come and try rugby then please just turn up at a training session or contact the coach details of both, for all age groups can be found at www.SouthwoldRugby.Club 1 . Or if you just fancy coming along to watch, then please do we are a very friendly club. We will also be showing all the England games and knock-out games (whether England qualify or not!) live on a big screen in the clubhouse with food available and the bar open from 6.30pm.

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