Falmouth High School’s varsity sailing team won the Maine State Championships last weekend.

Seventeen schools or sailing centers from Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine competed with 130 sailors competed in the DownEast Championship Invitational and the Maine State Championship Regatta at Castine.

Falmouth won both the DownEast overall championship and the Maine State Championship. Brewster Academy of New Hampshire finished second, with Cheverus taking third overall and second place in the Maine State meet. Tabor Academy of Massachusetts was fourth overall and Yarmouth High finished in third place in the Maine state competition.


Southern Maine’s top baseball and softball players, ages 7 to 14, competed Sunday in the Aquafina Pitch, Hit and Run competition at the Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach. A total of 68 local competition winners competed for a chance to advance and compete at the team championship at Fenway Park in late June.

The all-around winners in each age category are eligible to advance, but their scores must first be compared to other sectional competitions throughout New England.

The winners were: Lucas Anderson (Boys 7/8 Division), Anthony Bracamonte (Boys 9/10), May Moore (Boys 11/12), Nicholas Depatsy (Boys 13/14), Kaitlyn Kenyon (Girls 7/8), Karissa Kenyon (Girls 9/10), and Gabrielle Depatsy (Girls 11/12).


Vacationland Bowling Center recently finished its youth leagues.

Winners on the girls’ side included Sarah Choroszy and Kelsey St. Ours in Division 3 Singles; Courtney Anderson in Division 1; Dani Boissonneault and St. Ours in Division 3 Scratch Doubles; and Amber Anderson and Danielle Anderson in Division 2 Handicap Doubles. On the boys’ side, Chris Gendron and Sean Doran won Division 3 Doubles and Gendron, Zachary Cotsis, Matt Smith and Doran won in Division 3 Teams. In the Mixed Teams Division 3, Gendron, Doran, St. Ours and Choroszy finished with the top score.


Maynard Bean used a 5-wood to get a hole-in-one on the 141-yard ninth hole at Naples on May 21. The shot from Bean, a 73-year-old, was witnessed by Gene Ferreia and Jeff Gray.