GIRLS

Emily Ecker

Emily Ecker, Cape Elizabeth swimming: A freshman, Ecker was named Performer of the Meet in the North South-western champion-ships after breaking a 14-year-old state record in the 500-yard freestyle (4:58.95), a meet record in the 200 free (1:52.14) and leading off Cape’s victorious 400 free relay.

HONORABLE MENTION

Grace Cowles, Yarmouth Nordic skiing: A senior, Cowles swept the classical and freestyle titles at the Western Maine Conference Nordic championships last Wednesday and Saturday at Starks Hill in Fryeburg.

Kiera MacWhinnie, Waynflete swimming: A senior, MacWhinnie was named Performer of the Meet in the South Southwesterns after winning the 100 free (56.89) and 100 backstroke (1:02.78).

Annika Brooks, Waynflete senior forward: Brooks had 12 points and seven rebounds in a 44-28 win over Traip Academy in a Class C South prelim. Last Friday, she scored 21 points in a 45-39 win over Sacopee Valley in the regular-season finale.

BOYS

Robert Hetherman, Mt. Ararat/Brunswick wrestling: The Mt. Ararat senior roared through the Class A North regional 170-pound division with three first-period pins to help lead Mt. Ararat/Brunswick to the regional title. Hetherman now has 197 career wins and 119 pins. He’ll be favored to win the state championship Saturday at Camden Hills.

HONORABLE MENTION

Alek Medenica, Yarmouth basketball: The 6-foot-7 senior dominated his final regular-season game, scoring 36 points Friday in a 69-52 home win against Wells (13-5). Medenica made 12 2-point baskets, three 3-pointers and three free throws. Yarmouth (16-2) is the top seed in Class B South. Medenica also had 12 points in a 79-40 win over Lake Region last week.

Shane Moore, Cheverus swimming: A senior, Moore was named Performer of the Meet at the North Southwesterns after setting pool and meet records in the 200-yard individual medley (1 minute, 56.31 seconds) and 100 breast stroke (58.58). He also lowered the school IM record that had stood for 26 years.

Nathaniel Hayward, Wells diving: A senior, Hayward won the South Southwesterns diving title Tuesday night in Cape Elizabeth with an 11-dive score of 353.25 points – nearly double that of his closest competitor and 10 points higher than that of the North Southwesterns winner.