BANGOR — Ashley Storey of Greely is Miss Maine Basketball and Kyle Bouchard of Houlton is Mr. Maine Basketball for 2015.

The awards, given to the top senior girls’ and boys’ basketball players in the state by the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches, were presented Friday night at the Cross Insurance Center.

“It’s such a prestigious award. To win it is so humbling,” Bouchard said. “I’m so honored to be Mr. Maine Basketball.”

Storey, a 6-foot-3 center, led the Western Maine Conference with 20.6 points and 10.4 rebounds per game while also ranking in the top 10 in assists and steals. She was named the most outstanding player in the Western Class B tournament, then led the Rangers to the state title with a 56-39 win over Presque Isle.

A four-time WMC all-star, she became the first Greely girls’ player to score 1,000 points in her career. She will attend the University of New Hampshire on a full basketball scholarship.

“It was a lot of hard work and effort and encouraging everyone and being a leader,” she said.

Hannah Graham of Presque Isle and Victoria Lux of Thornton Academy were the other Miss Basketball finalists.

“Winning Miss Basketball is pretty special because only one person gets to win it,” Storey said. “I’m just really excited and honored that they chose me. There were a lot of great girls that deserved it as well.”

Bouchard, a 6-foot-5 power forward, scored 1,815 career points and pulled down nearly 800 rebounds for Houlton. The Shiretowners were 69-17 in his four seasons, including a 22-0 season in 2013-14 that ended with a Class C state championship. He led Houlton to three Eastern Maine finals and was twice named the tournament’s most outstanding player. As a senior, he averaged 22 points, 11 rebounds and five assists.

“I have an incredible family that has supported me all the way through high school,” he said. “I’ve had incredible teammates. I’ve had an awesome coach and other coaches who have helped me along the way. So many people have assisted me in reaching this point. I’m so appreciative.”

Nick Mayo of Messalonskee and Jack Simonds of Falmouth were the other Mr. Basketball finalists.

The Winthrop boys’ team and Dirigo girls’ team were named the Maine Red Claws/Maine McDonald’s Teams of the Year.

Dirigo’s Gabriella Scott and Edward Little’s Ian Mileikis received Spirit of the Game awards. Sportscaster Don Shields won the Media Award, and former MCI, Morse and Penquis Valley coach Tony Hamlin received the Bob Brown Contributor Award.