Five local athletes will be chasing NCAA field hockey championships this weekend at the Division II final four in North Easton, Massachusetts, and the Division III final four at Geneva, New York.

Jennifer Brown of Freeport, Leika Scott of Falmouth, Jackie Guillemette of North Waterboro and Abby Walker of Scarborough are on the roster for St. Anselm, which plays LIU Post in a Division II semifinal Friday. Brown, a senior back, has started all 21 games this season for the Hawks (17-4). Scott, a junior midfielder, has one goal and two assists while starting 19 games, and Guillemette, also a junior midfielder, has three goals in 19 games (six starts). Walker, a sophomore forward, has two goals in 13 games.

Staci Swallow, a senior forward from South Portland, has helped Babson reach the Division III semifinals for the first time. The Cheverus High graduate has a career-high 10 goals this season, to go along with three assists. Swallow has started every game for the Beavers (21-2), who face Messiah in the semifinals Saturday.

Norm Dube aced the 15th hole at Biddeford-Saco Country Club on Nov. 9. Dube used a 9-iron for the 115-yard shot. His playing partners were Phil Kopetski, Roger Chabot and Dan Sanborn.

Former coach Mike Bailey will be inducted into the Portland High School Football Hall of Fame on Nov. 23.

Frank Nappi, Kevin Fifield, Scott Alexander and Phil Laughlin also will be inducted in a ceremony at the Italian Heritage Center. Tickets are $25 and will be available at the door. For information, call Jim Hartman at 329-5224.

Norm Laliberte carded a hole-in-one on the 10th hole of the Biddeford-Saco Country Club on Oct. 19. Laliberte used a 7-iron for the 132-yard shot, which was witnessed by Phil Kopetski, Mike Donavan and Roger Chabot.