Drapeau, a Biddeford senior, is the kind of volleyball player that seems to be involved in every major point.

After the Tigers came up short for the state title her first three years, Drapeau led a balanced team to victory last fall, beating Falmouth in three straight sets for Biddeford’s first championship.

An athletic and powerful outside hitter, Drapeau’s stat line was: 172 kills, 56 aces, 171 digs, 23 blocks and 220 set assists. 



A Camden Hills senior, Powers went 33-0 and claimed his second consecutive Class B championship at 160 pounds.

Powers won outstanding wrestler of the meet awards at the Redskin Invitational in Sanford, the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference championships and the Maine All-Star tournament. He intends to continue wrestling at Division I Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania.

“He’s a really dedicated kid to the sport,” Camden Hills Coach Levi Rollins said. “Every morning, he came in at six o’clock and practiced and got in shape before school. Then he came to practice every day after school and put his best effort in.” 


A total of 28 athletes will be honored at our annual banquet on June 19, when our male and female athletes of the year will be announced. To read profile stories of all fall and winter MVPs, click here.