GIRLS

Madeline Suhr

Madeline Suhr, Brunswick basketball: Made all eight of her shots, including five 3-pointers, in a 22-point, 12-rebound performance to lift the second-ranked Dragons past No. 1 Greely 54-51 in the Class A South championship game. She also blocked four shots and made a steal, which led to her three-point play with 1:12 remaining that gave Brunswick, which lost by 15 to Greely during the season, the lead for good at 50-48. A senior, Suhr was named the tournament’s outstanding player.

HONORABLE MENTION

Annesley Black, Cheverus Alpine skiing: Capped an undefeated season with victories in the Class A giant slalom and slalom state championships at Mt. Abram. A sophomore, Black also was the top qualifier in the Alpine Shootout on Sunday at Black Mountain of 12 girls selected to represent Maine at the Eastern high school championships.

Emily Esposito, Gorham basketball: A senior guard, Esposito was named the outstanding player of the Class AA South tournament for leading the Rams to their second consecutive regional title and 41st consecutive victory. She had 17 points, four rebounds and two steals against South Portland in the 46-44 championship victory.

Olivia Skillings, Maine Coast Waldorf Nordic skiing: A junior, Skillings swept the Class C classical and freestyle individual titles to help Maine Coast win its seventh straight state championship, at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville. In Friday’s freestyle, Skillings covered the 5-kilometer course in a faster time than any girl in the combined Class A or C championship meets.

BOYS

Dan Latham

Dan Latham, Yarmouth hockey: The junior goalkeeper stopped 34 shots to help earn sixth-seeded Yarmouth a 4-1 upset victory against third-ranked Cape Elizabeth in the Class B South quarterfinals Monday night. Yarmouth, which hasn’t won a state championship since 2002, lost to Cape Elizabeth twice during the regular season before earning the win in the playoffs.

HONORABLE MENTION

Robert Hetherman, Mt. Ararat/Brunswick wrestling: The senior 170-pounder was named the outstanding wrestler at the New England qualifying tournament Saturday at Marshwood High. Hetherman, the Class A champion, pinned his first two opponents and edged Class B champ Trent Goodman of Ellsworth 4-2 in the final. It was Goodman’s first loss of the season.

Willson Moore, Waynflete Nordic skiing: A senior, Moore swept the Class C classical and freestyle individual titles at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville. Moore’s winning time of 14:39 in the 5-kilometer freestyle race – held concurrently with Class A – was the fastest of the day, regardless of class. Moore plans to attend Middlebury College in the fall.

Ryan Twitchell, Greely basketball: The senior forward was named the outstanding player of the Class A South tournament after scoring a combined 27 points on 13-of-20 shooting with 21 rebounds in victories against York and Falmouth to help the Rangers reach a state final for the first time since 1998.