Two Maine teams won championships at U.S. Club Soccer’s National Cup XV finals in Aurora, Colorado.

The Seacoast United SC Mariners from Topsham won the U-17 boys’ premier group, beating Connecticut FC United 98/99 by a 3-2 score in the final. The players on the team were Noah Niles and Chase Pierce of Saco; Mike Lydick, Greyson Cohen and Nick Buckley of Falmouth; Henry Coolidge and Matt Dostie of Yarmouth; Ryan Firmin, Jackson Fotter and Tyler Richman of Gorham; Alex Frank and Jonata Mbongo of Portland; Garth Berenyi of Bangor; Tyler Welch of Hermon; Jake Lapierre of Winslow; Peter Mayhorn of Waterville; Sam Wilkinson of Windsor; and Robert Inniss of Windham.

In the U-14 premier group, the GPS Maine Phoenix, based in Portland, beat Fredericksburg (Virginia) FC 2-1 in its final, with Ali Warsime of Lewiston scoring the winning goal in the second overtime. Other players on the GPS team were Luca Antolini, Alejandro Coury, Liam Ireland and John Clinton of Yarmouth; Max Murray and Ariel Calandri of Kennebunk; Thomas Fitzgerald of Falmouth; Alex Millones and Tahn Tiparos of Portland; Andrew Rent of Gorham; Bilal Hersi of Lewiston; and Alex Vest of Cumberland.

The National Cup had competiton for boys’ and girls’ teams from U-13 to U-17. Each age group was divided into super (most competitive) and premier divisions.

The GPS Phoenix U-15 team was runner-up in the premier group, losing to Fredericksburg FC, 3-1. Members of the U-15 team were Mikey Walsh of Kennebunk; Nick Aceto and John O’Connor of Cape Elizabeth; Alex Ousback of Gorham; David Byrne of Bonny Eagle; Cole Randt of Sanford; Nick Hester of Falmouth; Mike Nason and Jack Mullen of Cumberland; Thorne Kieffer and Sam Gahima of Portland; Simon Spear of Camden; and Eric LaBrie, Max Coury and Jack Jones of Yarmouth.

• Portland Little League won the softball state championship for 9- and 10-year-olds with a 7-2 victory over Saco.

Sadie Armstrong pitched a one-hitter, struck out 15 and walked only one in the final, and was supported by hits from Sophie Hill (triple), Lindsay Rogers, Ruby Chase, Maria Delmonte and Anna Kennedy-Jensen. Portland outscored its opponents 41-7 in its five games in the double-elimination tournament.

Portland will play in the Eastern Regionals starting Friday in Pittston, Pennsylvania. Other team members are Marcella Beyer-Labrecque, Ally Brady, Ainsley Dunn, Hannah Hawkes, Haley Mascolo and Hadleigh McPartland.

• Bob Corey aced the 138-yard 13th hole at The Woodlands on July 23. Evan Hansen, John Greene and Jim Hall witnessed the shot.

• Rich Sloat of Westport Island made his second career hole-in-one on the 17th hole at Martindale Country Club on July 21. Sloat used a 7-iron for the 160-yard shot, which was witnessed by Marcia Norris, Alan Tripp and Ryan Tripp.