A team of 17 Maine high school wrestlers is in Nebraska participating in the 28th annual Maine/Nebraska Friendship Series.

The trip started Saturday in Norfolk, where Nebraska wrestlers won 11 of 17 matches. The Maine team also is scheduled to wrestle in Central City, Fairbury and Auburn before returning Friday to Maine.

The squad includes James Barisano and Nick Ricker of Marshwood; James Blanchette and Tyler Stevenson of Mt. View; Tyler Craig of Mt. Blue; Dylan Dahlbergh and Jacob McGowan of Maine Central Institute; Mikal Federici of Cony; John Goytche and Alex Mercurio of York; Dylan Harrington, Wyatt Jackson, Aidan McGowan and Gary Stevens of Morse; Victor Irwin of Brewer; and Christian Jackson and Andrew Pineo of Skowhegan.

Jim Sawyer aced the 15th hole at Biddeford and Saco Country Club, using a 9-iron for the 129-yard shot that was witnessed by Mike Nolan, Peter Bishop and Scott Cochrane.

Roger St. Pierre aced the 13th hole at Fox Ridge Golf Club on Thursday. St. Pierre used a 9-iron for the 104-yard shot, which was witnessed by Mike St. Pierre, Roger Theriault and Paul Dufour.

Steve Croteau scored a hole-in-one on the 164-yard 17th hole at Sable Oaks Golf Club on Friday. Croteau used a 7-iron for the shot, which was witnessed by Tim Landry and Peter Littlejohn.

Deb Towle got her first hole-in-one on the eighth hole at Val Halla Golf Course on Saturday. Towle used a 7-wood for the shot, which was witnessed by Laurie Roscoe and Gary Sturtevant.

Colby Harvey, a rising junior at Waynflete, was certified as an All-America swimmer by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association. Harvey, of Cape Elizabeth, was the 75th fastest swimmer in the country this school year in the 100-yard butterfly, with a state-record time of 55.72 seconds. She was the only Maine schoolgirl with a top-100 time.

Four former athletic standouts at St. Francis College and the University of New England will be inducted into the UNE Varsity Club Hall of Fame on Sept. 21.

The inductees are John MacDonald (Class of 1966), Thomas Brazier (1967), Sean O’Shea (1994) and Missy Stults (2004).

MacDonald ran cross country, Brazier earned a total of 11 varsity letters in soccer, baseball and basketball. O’Shea ranks third on the men’s basketball scoring list with 2,028 points, and Stults is the all-time leading scorer in women’s basketball with 1,808.