GIRLS

Caitlin Tycz

Caitlin Tycz, Brunswick swimming: The senior set a state record in the 200-yard freestyle at 1:50.35 and a Bowdoin College pool record of 53.67 in the 100 butterfly at the Class A state meet. Tycz also swam on the winning 200 freestyle relay. She qualified for All-America in the butterfly for the fourth straight year.

HONORABLE MENTION

Emma Gallant, Cheverus track: The freshman won the 200 meters (26.48 seconds) and 400 (58.86) at the Class A state indoor track championships. She also finished third in the 55-meter dash (7.48).

Olivia Tighe, Cape Elizabeth swimming: A sophomore, Tighe won back-to-back events, the 100 butterfly and 100 freestyle, and swam on two state-record relays to lead the Capers to their first Class B title. She was Performer of the Meet.

Tasia Titherinton, Deering basketball: The senior guard helped lift the Rams into the Class AA North final, scoring 18 points, nine in the final quarter, in a 46-40 win over Edward Little. She also scored 17 points during a 51-47 quarterfinal win over Lewiston.

BOYS

Sam Rusak

Sam Rusak, Scarborough track: The senior won three events to lift Scar-borough to its seventh Class A indoor state title in nine years. He won the 200 meters in 22.99 seconds, the high jump (6 feet) and capped the meet by establishing a state record in the pole vault (16 feet, 3 inches).

HONORABLE MENTION

Bradley Beaulieu, Marshwood wrestling: The senior became a four-time state champion and was named outstanding wrestler of the Class A meet after pinning all three opponents, including North regional champ Noah Lang of Camden Hills in the 138-pound final.

Riley Hasson, South Portland basketball: Stepping in at point guard for the first time in his career because of an injury to Deandre White, the junior scored 12 points with 10 rebounds and four assists in a 78-53 win over Scarborough in a Class AA South semifinal.

Shane Moore, Cheverus swimming: A senior, Moore set a meet record in the 50-yard freestyle (21.28 seconds) and won by two seconds in the 100 free (46.64) to help the Stags win their fifth straight Class A state title. Moore also swam on the winning 200 free relay and was named Performer of the Meet.