BONNY EAGLE

BE football win

The Bonny Eagle Scots are on top of the football world following their 34-14 win over Lawrence in the Class A title game Nov. 17.

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Hoyt

Bonny Eagle senior Ricky Hoyt played a big role in the Scots’ run to the state title this season.

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BEXC

Noah Schoneberg had a strong season for the Bonny Eagle cross country team, qualifying for the New England regional meet. Schoneberg finished second in the Western Maine regional meet and eighth in the state championship meet.

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BEFH

Bonny Eagle’s Becky King drives on Westbrook’s Jess Perreault in a September game. The Scots finished the season with a 9-5 record, and were the fifth seed in the state tournament before being eliminated by Deering in the quarterfinals.

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GORHAM

Gorham girls soccer

The Gorham girls soccer team, winners of 53 straight games since 2005, pose with the gold ball signifying their third consecutive Class A title. With a Class B state championship in 2004, the Rams have won four consecutive state championships.

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Gushee

The Rams’ David Gushee won a share of the individual state championship by firing a 74 at the state schoolboy golf championship. Gushee was the top golfer for the Rams all year long and led them to their 9-1 mark.

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Gorham football

Gorham’s Travis Plowman takes the ball up the middle against Westbrook in a regular season game. The Rams’ finished the season with a 7-2 record, with their quest for a Class A state championship ended with a playoff loss to Deering.

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WESTBROOK

WHS boys soccer

Westbrook’s Tyler Rand (7) and Zach Souza (9) celebrate after Souza’s goal in the first half in a September game against Scarborough. The Blazes finished the season as the No. 8 seed in the state tournament and were eliminated in the quarterfinals by Scarborough.

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WHS field hockey

Westbrook defenders Cori Knott and Jess Perreault (12) battle with Bonny Eagle’s Stephanie Lombardo during an early-season game. The Blazes finished the regular season 8-5-1 and clinched the eighth seed in the Western Class A tournament. Westbrook won their first tournament game against Noble before being eliminated by Sanford in the quarterfinals.

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WHS football

Westbrook’s Ollie Steele makes a acrobatic reception against South Portland in an October game. The Blazes finished the season 3-5, improving on their 1-7 mark of the previous season. The Blazes ended on a strong note, with consecutive wins over South Portland and Windham.

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