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Wednesday July 23, 2014

2010-2011 High School MVPs



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Boys’ Cross Country: It’s catch him if you can; Silas Eastman leads the way

Girls’ Cross Country: You can usually find Abbey Leonardi at the head of the pack

Field Hockey: You can call Nicole Sevey of Skowhegan a natural

Football: Peter Gwilym of Cheverus always provided Stags a fighting chance

Boys’ Golf: Mike Arsenault was able to peak at that perfect time

Girls’ golf: Ali Prescott has got the game right down to a tee

Boys’ Soccer: Phil Frost epitomized the value of commitment

Girls’ Soccer: Emily Lane made a choice and, yes, it all worked out

Volleyball: Alyssa Drapeau of Biddeford knows how to get it done

Wrestling: Dedication and tradition, a valuable combination for Jacob Powers

Girls’ Basketball: Kayla Burchill of Deering proved she could handle the burden



Boys’ Basketball:
No doubt about it, Theo Bowe elevated his game


Boys’ Hockey: Brady Fleurent picks up where his brother left off

Girls’ Hockey: On or off the ice, leadership sets Sophie Goulet apart

Boys’ Indoor Track and Field: McKenzie Gary’s not one to relax, except when it helps him win

Girls’ indoor Track and Field: Changing her course guided Nicole Kirk to the next level

Boys’ Skiing: Hampden Academy’s Ethan Burke truly a well-rounded skier

Girls’ Skiing: The ultimate Skimeister that describes Becca Bell

Boys Swimming: Marcus Cloutier set an early course that steered him to success

Girls’ Swimming: Sarah Easterling has a feel for the water, and a desire to be the best

Baseball: Arm injury was only thing to stop Westbrook’s Heath

Boys’ lacrosse:
Mitch Tapley proved a standout, with passing or shooting

Girls’ lacrosse:
Mia Rappola demands attention, and with very good reason

Boys’ indoor track:
Terwilliger set the standard while running at the front

Girls’ outdoor track:
Individual championships just a start for O’Brien

Boys’ tennis:
He’s risen to great heights by playing through the lows

Girls’ tennis:
Varano a late addition, but a remarkable one

Softball:
Carrier’s calm, poise certainly championship caliber

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