GIRLS

Peyton McKeown, Biddeford field hockey: The senior midfielder scored four goals in two games to help the Tigers end their regular season with an eight-game winning streak. She got three goals Monday against Westbrook, forcing overtime in the final minute of regulation and then scoring winner in overtime. She added a goal and three assists Wednesday in a 6-0 win over Marshwood. For the season, McKeown has 12 goals, 11 assists and three defensive saves.

Honorable

Mention

Grace Iltis, Camden Hills cross country: A sophomore, Iltis led a 1-2-3 finish for the Windjammers at home in a five-school meet involving Brunswick, Belfast, Morse and Lincoln Academy. Iltis covered the 5K course in 19:18 as Camden Hills – Maine’s top-scoring team (in a field of 62) at the recent Festival of Champions – won handily.

Dominique Moran, Yarmouth volleyball: The junior setter collected a total of seven aces, 32 service points and 31 assists in two road matches, as Yarmouth defeated Mt. Desert Island and Ellsworth to improve to 11-1.

Emily Royce, Scarborough soccer: A senior, Royce posted shutouts against two of her team’s top challengers in Class A South – Cheverus and Marshwood – as Scarborough improved to 12-0. The Red Storm have allowed only four goals.

BOYS

John O’Connor, Cape Elizabeth soccer: A junior, O’Connor scored both goals in a 2-0 victory Tuesday over Waynflete, giving him 10 for the season to go along with six assists. O’Connor has been involved in all but three of Cape Elizabeth’s 19 goals this season.

Honorable

Mention

Anthony Burnham, Scarborough golf: A junior, Burnham shot an even-par 72 that included an eagle on a difficult par-4 hole at Natanis Golf Club in Vassalboro to help the Red Storm win the Class A state title by three strokes over Cheverus. Burnham shared medalist honors with Cheverus senior Conner MacDonald and Mt. Ararat sophomore Caleb Manuel.

Tommy Springer, Marshwood football: A junior, Springer ran for 137 yards and two touchdowns and completed 14 of 20 passes for 186 yards and two touchdowns as the Hawks remained unbeaten with a 42-19 win over Falmouth.

Alec Troxell and Yahya Nure, Deering cross country: Troxell set a record of 16 minutes, 20 seconds on his home 5K course to help the Rams win a meet against Biddeford, Gorham and Cheverus, and Nure (16:23) also beat the old mark of 16:26 set in 2014.

– Staff report