Kyle Alexander, Brewer, junior

Alexander tied for third in the Class A state individual tournament with a 77. He had a 40.0 stroke average in regular-season matches. He also excels in hockey and baseball. 

Ben Bell, Sanford, junior

Bell tied for the Class A individual title with a 75 at Natanis Golf Course. He was unbeaten in 10 regular-season matches and captured 20 out of a possible 20 points. 

Will Bucklin, Falmouth, senior

Bucklin helped the Yachtsmen win the Class A state title, and his 74 tied for low score. He tied for third in the individual tournament a week later with a 77. 

Craig Decato, York, senior

Decato helped the Wildcats win the Class B state title by shooting a 76, then tied for fifth in the individual tournament with a 79. Decato won the Western Maine Conference qualifying tournament with a 71. 

Sam Grindle, Deer Isle-Stonington, junior

Grindle was second in the Class C individual tournament with a 72. He was co-medalist with a 72 at the Penobscot Valley Conference qualifying tournament for classes B and C. 

Mike Haas-Zanghi, Cheverus, senior

Haas-Zanghi shot a 71 to share co-medalist honors at the SMAA qualifier. He had a 78 to finish fourth in the Class A individual tournament. 

Malcolm Oliver, Lincoln Academy, senior

Oliver won the Class B title with a 73 at Natanis and shot 78 in the team championship. During the regular season, Oliver had a 37.8 stroke average and an 8-2 record. 

Matt Packard, Falmouth, senior

Packard shot 74 in the Class A team championship to spark Falmouth to the title. He played No. 1 for the Yachtsmen and averaged 37.8 in nine regular-season matches. 

Luke Ruffing, Maranacook, sophomore

Ruffing finished second in the Class B individual tournament with a 74. During the regular season, he had an 8-2 record and a 39.4 stroke average. 

Rocco Spizuoco, Deering, senior

Spizuoco had a 37.7 stroke average in 10 regular-season matches. He shot 77 in the Class A team championship. He’s been a four-year standout for the Rams. 

Seth Sweet, Madison, senior

Sweet won the Class C individual title with a 70. He has signed a letter of intent to play golf at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va. 

Joe Walp, Deering, senior

Walp is our schoolboy golfer of the year. He tied for first in the Class A individual tournament with a 75 and shot 74 in the team championship. He also was co-medalist with a 71 in the SMAA qualifier. Walp had a 34.8 stroke average in 10 regular-season matches. 

Dalton Wickenden, Camden Hills, freshman

Wickenden finished third in the Class B individual tournament with a 76. He had a 9-1 record during the regular season while averaging two strokes over par. 

Coach of the Year

Kevin Cullen, St. Dominic

Cullen guided the Saints to their third Class C state title in five years.