Friday, April 18, 2014
By Steve Craig email@example.com
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Senior Jeremy Harper of Bath, a member of the men's soccer team, was the male winner of the Terry Drown award for scholastic achievement.
University of New Haven senior right-hander Taylor Candage of Portland (Deering) picked up a recent win against Stonehill. Candage is 2-0 with a 3.21 ERA with 11 strikeouts and two walks in 14 innings.
Gettysburg senior second baseman Katie Lang of Kennebunk, a four-year starter known for her defense, has hit .349 with two doubles and nine RBI, and is 6 of 6 in steals.
• Another former Kennebunk High player, four-year Sunday Telegram All-State catcher Janelle Bouchard, is playing well in her first year at Valparaiso. Bouchard leads her team in RBI and doubles, and is tied for the team lead with two home runs. Her .354 average is second on the team, which plays in the Horizon League.
Bentley freshman Malcolm Oliver of Damariscotta was named the Northeast-10 rookie of the week after placing 11th at the Bayside Resort Invitational.
Southern New Hampshire University junior Ellie Morin of Scarborough was named the Northeast-10 player of the week after notching 14 goals and four assists in three victories. She had six goals and three assists in a 15-12 win over Merrimack. In seven games, Morin has 26 goals and seven assists.
• In Husson University's 16-12 win against the University of Dallas on Saturday, first-year player Anna Wolterbeek of Wells (Lewiston High), first-year player Alissa Fallon of Kennebunk and senior defender Amanda Burns of Rockland each had a goal. Husson is 2-2 after a 21-10 loss Monday at UNE. Wolterbeek had two goals and an assist, and Fallon had a goal and assist against UNE.
• Wheaton College freshman Allie Busch of Kennebunk and junior Leila Mills of Brunswick both scored two goals in Saturday's 13-11 win against MIT.
• St. Michael's College sophomore Kate Boyer of Standish (Bonny Eagle) scored three goals with an assist in a recent loss to Southern New Hampshire. Boyer also scored three goals in the next game, a win against Southern Connecticut.
MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD
Wheaton College freshman Sam Miklovich of Gray-New Gloucester and senior Sam Fear of Bath (North Yarmouth Academy) were part of a 1,600 relay team that finished second, the Lyons' best finish at Saturday's Bridgewater State University Invitational. Fear was also fourth in the javelin (184-7), fifth in the high jump (6-0) and 15th in the shot put.
WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD
Wheaton freshman Amanda Peterson of Gray-New Gloucester was third in the 100-meter dash (13.5 seconds) at the Bridgewater meet. Her freshman teammate, Emily Rand of Falmouth, helped Wheaton's 1,600 relay team place second.
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