BOYS

Jordan Bagshaw, Greely basketball: Bagshaw, a junior guard, scored 38 points in a victory over York and 23 points in a win against Gray-New Gloucester. Greely (12-1) is the top-ranked team in Class A South.

HONORABLE MENTION

Billy Ruby, Gorham basketball: Ruby, a senior forward, scored 23 points against Scarborough and 21 against Bangor in a pair of victories for the Rams (9-3).

Otto Keisker, Noble wrestling: The senior captain won the 170-pound division to improve to 36-4 this season and help lead Noble to the team title at the Michael J. Baker Wrestling Classic in Essex Junction, Vermont. Keisker pinned previously unbeaten Robert Hetherman of Mt. Ararat/Brunswick in the second period.

Thomas Lesniak, Falmouth Alpine skiing: The defending Class A slalom champion, Lesniak, a senior, finished second in a Western Maine Conference slalom race Monday and giant slalom race Jan. 14 to lead Falmouth to team victories in both events.

GIRLS

Shannon Todd, York basketball: The senior forward scored 24 points and hit a game-winning 3-point shot with 2.1 seconds remaining to help York remain unbeaten with a 69-66 win over Greely. She scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. Later, she scored eight points in a 58-31 victory over Marshwood.

HONORABLE MENTION

Alicia Lawrence, Cape Elizabeth swimming: A freshman, Lawrence won the 100- and 200-yard freestyle races, and swam on the winning 200 medley and 200 free relays to help the Capers beat visiting Greely, the defending Class B state champion, 120-63 in a dual meet Jan. 15.

Greta Elder, Yarmouth Alpine skiing: A sophomore, Elder won a Western Maine Conference giant slalom Monday by more than two seconds to lead the Clippers to a four-point win over two-time Class B state champion Cape Elizabeth.

Elisabeth Redwood, Bonny Eagle track: Redwood, a senior sprinter, posted two state-leading marks last weekend, taking first at an SMAA meet in the 200 in a state-leading time of 26.74. Redwood also took first in the 400 in 58.80, also the top time in the state this season, and won the 55-meter dash (7.76).

– From staff reports