GIRLS

Taylor Ouellette

Taylor Ouellette, Thornton Academy field hockey: The senior forward and captain became Thornton’s all-time leader in goals when she scored three times in the Golden Trojans’ 7-0 preliminary playoff victory against Sanford. Ouellette scored 26 goals this season and finished her high school career with 63 goals, two more than former teammate Libby Pomerleau.

Honorable mention

Elizabeth Lacognata, Scarborough golf: The senior won the Maine girls’ individual championship Saturday, shooting a 2-under 70 on Natanis Golf Course’s Arrowhead layout, winning the tournament by three strokes. The previous week she helped Scarborough win the Class A team title.

Karley Piers, Falmouth cross country: A freshman, Piers lopped 27 seconds off the course record set in 2015 to win a 2.7-mile SMAA race Friday at South Portland involving six schools. Piers topped the field of 67 with a time of 16:45 but Deering edged Falmouth, 27-29.

Emilie Martin, Yarmouth field hockey: The senior midfielder scored four goals Wednesday in the second-seeded Clippers’ 5-3 Class B South quarterfinal win against No. 7 Leavitt.

BOYS

Nick Roberge

Nick Roberge, Massabesic football: The sophomore quarterback and defensive back led a comeback as the Mustangs (1-6) snapped a 15-game losing streak, beating Bangor (0-7), 21-14. Trailing 14-0, Roberge threw two touchdown passes, including the winning 51-yard score to Isaac DesVergnes with less than a minute remaining, and ran for another score. He also intercepted a pass to clinch the win.

Honorable mention

Austin Legge, Cape Elizabeth golf: A junior, Legge won the Class B boys’ individual title Saturday at Natanis Golf Course. He shot a 2-under 70 on the challenging Tomahawk layout to defeat teammate Ryan Collins by three strokes. Legge’s round matched the Class A co-winners Cole Anderson of Camden Hills and Anthony Burnham of Scarborough for the low round at Tomahawk.

Mitch Libby, Wells cross country: A senior, Libby was the only runner (of 108 in the field) to break 17 minutes at the Western Maine Conference title meet at St. Joseph’s College in Standish, turning in a time of 16:55 to lead Wells to the Division II team title over seven other schools. The Warriors beat runner-up Maine Coast Waldorf, 39-63.

Charlie Cronin, South Portland soccer: A senior, Cronin scored two first-half goals – both on Kyle Patterson assists – to lead the 13-0-1 Red Riots past Westbrook 2-0 on Monday night, ending their regular season undefeated for the first time. Cronin added a goal in South Portland’s 2-1 victory over Sanford on Thursday.