GIRLS

Ami Beaumier, Bonny Eagle junior: Beaumier placed ninth in Class A to lead the Scots to their second straight state title. She was third in the South regional. In outdoor track, she was Class A champion at 3,200 meters and third at 1,600.

Emily Carty, Fryeburg Academy senior: Carty finished seventh in the Class B state meet last fall. Also a Nordic skier and softball player, she ran 11:59 in a 2-mile preseason race, becoming the first girl to break 12 minutes on the Kennett (N.H.) High course in 25 years.

Katherine Leckbee, Mt. Ararat senior: The defending Class A North and Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference champion, she placed third in Class A and finished 29th at the New England championships.

Quincey Lyden, Westbrook sophomore: Lyden placed seventh at the Class A state meet with the fastest time (19:25) of any freshman in any class. She won the Festival of Champions freshmen race.

Sofie Matson, Falmouth freshman: Her 39:09 clocking at Beach to Beacon was faster than any other high school girl, and her mile pace (6:19) was matched by only 18 runners in last fall’s 5K state meets. She had the top time at the season-opening SMAA Relays.

Kathryn Miller, York senior: Miller finished sixth in the Class B state meet last fall and was the Western Maine Conference runner-up at 3,200 meters in outdoor track in the spring before placing sixth in the Class B state meet.

Anneka Murrin, Yarmouth senior: An All-New England runner, she placed 24th at the New England meet after taking fifth in Class B to help the Clippers edge York for runner-up honor. She was third at the Festival of Champions in Belfast.

Malaika Pasch, Falmouth junior: The defending Class A champion, she was 14th at New Englands and fourth among Maine runners. She’s also the reigning South regional and Western Maine Conference champion, and was the Festival of Champions runner-up.

Anna Slager, Gorham senior: The Class A champion as a sophomore, she placed sixth last fall. She was the runner-up at 3,200 meters in outdoor track.

Carolyn Todd, Greely junior: The third Maine finisher at New Englands – 13th overall – Todd placed fourth in Class B to help Greely win the state title for the second time in three years.

BOYS

John Auer, Falmouth junior: Auer placed 11th in Class A to help Falmouth win the team title. Among returning runners, he was the second-fastest Mainer at the New England meet (69th overall). He won Western Maine Conference track titles at 1,600 meters outdoors and in the indoor mile.

Lisandro Berry-Gaviria, Mt. Ararat sophomore: He placed 10th in Class A after taking sixth in Northern Maine, and won the recent Laliberte Invitational by 19 seconds over a field of 196.

Connor Coffin, Scarborough sophomore: Coffin was 15th in Class A and seventh in Southern Maine last fall. He placed eighth at 2 miles in indoor track, and ninth at 3,200 meters outdoors.

Luke Laverdiere, Yarmouth senior: The defending Class B and two-time regional champion, he also won the Festival of Champions and was 38th at the Foot Locker Northeast Regional. In outdoor track, he won Class B titles at 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters.

Mitch Libby, Wells senior: Libby placed third in Class B last fall, and was the outdoor track runner-up at both 800 and 1,600 meters.

Luke Marsanskis, Greely junior: Marsanskis was sixth in Class B last fall to help Greely win the team title. He finished fifth at 2 miles indoors and third at 3,200 meters outdoors.

Yahya Nure, Deering senior: Nure placed ninth in Class A to help the Rams finish second, and he was third in the South regional. In outdoor track, he placed fourth at 3,200 meters after winning the SMAA championship.

Conner Piers, Falmouth senior: Piers placed fourth in the South regional and 12th in Class A to help Falmouth win the team titles. He was the Class A runner-up at 2 miles in indoor track, and sixth at 3,200 meters outdoors.

Alexander Swett, Massabesic senior: Swett placed eighth in Class A and is the top returning Mainer from the New England meet, where he finished 65th. He was seventh at the Festival of Champions.

Alec Troxell, Deering junior: Troxell was eighth in the South regional and 20th at the Class A state meet. He finished ninth at 2 miles indoors and at 800 meters outdoors.