(Ed. Note: Basketball all-stars were recapped in last week’s paper)

All-star performances were the norm across the winter sports spectrum this year.

The Southern Maine Activities Association boys’ hockey all-conference second team featured Cheverus forward Liam Fitzpatrick and Stags defenseman Harry Ridge, who was also on the All-Academic team. Cam McLain was an honorable mention.

Cheverus’ Mike Haas-Zanghi was a Senior All-Star.

On the girls’ side, the All-West region first team included Cheverus junior forward Katie Roy and senior defender Sarah LaQuerre, along with Portland senior forwards Raechel Allen and Kylie Dalbec.

The second team featured Cheverus junior forward Paige Severance and Portland junior defender Drew Barry, along with Portland senior forward Lindsey Sneider (who attends Deering, but plays for the Bulldogs).

Cheverus junior Emily Rodrigue and Portland juniors Gabi Cardona and Leanne Reichert were honorable mentions.

The SMAA boys’ indoor track all-star first team included Deering’s Richardo Delgado (junior high jump), Anthony Miller (senior 55), Tony Sen (senior 55 hurdles), Bryan White (senior shot put) and Cheverus’ 3,200 relay team (Brady Foshay, Lukas Temple, Adam Zieba and David Woodbury).

The second team featured Cheverus’ Jacob Schott (junior high jump), Jackson McMann (senior 200) and James Campbell (open 600), along with Deering’s Jared Bell (senior shot put) and Miller (senior long jump).

The third team included Cheverus’ Michael Cummings (junior high jump), McMann (senior 55), Foshay (senior 800) and Joe Slattery (senior long jump) and Deering’s Delgado (junior 55 hurdles)

On the girls’ side, the SMAA first-team included Cheverus’ Shannon Conley (junior 800 and open two-mile), Fiona Hendry (open mile) and 3,200 relay team (Conley, Lizzie Gwilym, Hendry and Keira Murray) and Deering’s Tricia Stewart (senior triple jump).

The second team featured Cheverus’ Conley (open 600), Hendry (senior 800), Katie Shapiro (senior shot put) and Deering’s Stewart (senior long jump), Veronica Mitchell (senior 55 hurdles), Rashad Zagon (senior high jump) and Edie Pallozzi (open two-mile and junior 800).

Cheverus’ Hendry (open 600), Murray (junior 800, open mile and open two-mile), Milena Opielowski (junior high jump) and Deering’s Stewart (senior 55), Mitchell (senior 400) and Alexis Elowitch (senior shot put) made the third team.

The boys’ swimming all-conference first team included Cheverus’ Trebor Lawton (200 medley relay, 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly).

The second team featured Cheverus’ Lawton (400 relay), Reed Fernandez (400 freestyle relay), Lars Murphy (200 medley relay) and Connor Ponthier (200 freestyle relay) and Waynflete’s Luke Jeton (500 freestyle).

Cheverus’ Murphy made the third team in the 100 breaststroke.

On the girls’ side, the first team included Deering’s Genevieve Worthley in the breaststroke and the 200 medley relay and Waynflete’s Colby Harvey (200 medley relay and 100 fly) and Amelia Deady (200 free, 500 free and 400 free relay).

Cheverus’ Sarah Nappo (medley relay) and Samantha Savaun (medley relay), Deering’s Worthley (200 individual medley and 200 free relay), McAuley’s Libby Gajewski (200 free) and Waynflete’s Walker Foehl (medley relay and 200 free relay) made the second team.

Cheverus’ Nappo (backstroke), Deering’s Emma Pontius (fly), McAuley’s Gajewski (500 free) and Waynflete’s Harvey (breaststroke) were third teamers.

The SMAA skiing all-conference boys’ team included Deering’s Kevin Goldberg.

Cheverus’ Ryan Hoffman, Bradford Pineau and Spencer Reynolds, Deering’s Sam Goldberg and Portland’s Isaac Jaegerman and Dexter Morse all qualified for the All-Academic team.

On the girls’ side, Portland’s Mae Maew Liautaud and Max Semba were all-conference.

The All-Academic team included Cheverus’ Monica Millay, Katherine Fallon Parker and Madeline Woods and Deering’s Maddy Ostwald.

In the WMC, the boys’ Nordic all-star team included Waynflete’s Josh Espy.

The SMAA cheering first team featured Deering’s Aneilia Martin.

Gabby DiPhillippo of Deering and Portland’s Morgan McTigue made the second team.

McTigue also qualified for the Senior All-Academic team.

Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter: @foresports.

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Cheverus’ Emily Rodrigue made the girls’ hockey all-star team.

Portland’s Drew Barry was one of six Bulldogs named to the girls’ hockey all-star team.

Waynflete freshman Kathryn Clark made the girls’ hockey all-star team.

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