The Portland Yacht Club and Gulf of Maine Ocean Racing Association hosted the Pilot Races this past weekend.

The two-day event included racing in three divisions – PHRF racers, cruisers and Etchells.

The top three finishers in each class were: Class A (PHRF racers) – Kaos, Keemah, Big Dog Party; Class C (cruisers) – Morning Star, Cat’s Paw, Rita P; Etchells – Black Sheep, Girl Talk, Photofinis


Matt Oliver, Ryan Huber and John Timpson have been chosen as this year’s winners of Scarborough’s Philip T. Martin Youth Baseball Awards, which honor middle school players who show the same dedication to baseball as Coach Phil Martin did during his 33-year varsity career at Scarborough High.

Oliver is the developmental team selection, Huber is the eighth-grade winner, and Timpson is the seventh-grade winner. The three will receive their awards June 30 at the Scarborough High field.


Sydney Wight, a freshman at Cape Elizabeth High, has been selected as the winner of Coastal Maine Aquatics’ Jamie Higgins Sportsmanship Award. The award is named in honor of a local swimmer who died at the age of 11.

“Very simply, her acceptance of all athletes, her kindness, her enthusiasm, and her ability to keep swimming a priority is to be commended,” noted Leanne Gravel, CMA’s head coach.

“It’s hard to catch Sydney not smiling; sometimes I’ll notice her grin even when she’s in the middle of a grueling set.

“Sydney is a tough, tough competitor, but win or lose, she is gracious, and that is the essence of good sportsmanship.”

Coastal Maine Aquatics also announced its 2011 scholarship winners – Kip Gravel of Scarborough and Katherine Moreshead of Cheverus. Gravel will swim for La Salle University in Philadelphia and Moreshead will attend St. Anselm.

Tim Moody of Windham carded a hole-in-one on June 5 on the 13th hole at Dunegrass Country Club. Moody holed out from 174 yards with a 3-hybrid. Chan Bearce, Tom Greene and Tracy Rappleyea witnessed the shot.


Jonathan Brogan scored a hole-in-one on the 185-yard 15th hole at Purpoodock Club on Saturday.

Neil Patrick made a hole-in-one at Martindale Country Club on June 6. Patrick used a 4-iron for the 172-yard shot on the fourth hole. John Emerson, John Collins and Scott Jordan witnessed the shot.


Cindy Porter of Point Sebago Golf Course carded a hole-in-one at Biddeford-Saco Country Club on June 14. Porter used a 7-wood for her 153-yard shot on the second hole. Annette Kincaid, Judy Micucci and Cyndi Newcombe witnessed the shot.


Ricky Dana of South Portland used a 7-iron to ace the sixth hole at South Portland Municipal Golf Course on Thursday. The shot was witnessed by Ed Varney.


Charlie Hayes of Arundel aced the 12th hole at Dutch Elm Golf Club during the Kennebunk-Kennebunkport Alumni Golf Tournament on Friday. He used a 7-iron for the 125-yard shot, which was witnessed by Steve Mosley, Kevin Crowley and Jim Nadeau.


Michael Marks of Westport, Conn., used a 4-hybrid to ace the 180-yard 13th hole at Dunegrass Country Club on Sunday.