Yarmouth AD earns honor

Yarmouth High School athletic director Susan Robbins will receive a National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators’ Association Distinguished Service Award in San Antonio, Texas in December. Robbins, Yarmouth’s AD since 2005, is being honored for her service to the NIAAA and works she provides to the Maine Interscholastic Athletic Administrators’ Association, the Maine Principals’ Association and the Western Maine Conference.

Locals take part in soccer all-star games

Freeport’s Jack Dawe had a goal to help the Western Maine Conference defeat the Southern Maine Activities Association, 4-3, in the 22nd annual Senior All-Star soccer tournament/Special Olympics Maine fundraiser last week. Dawe was joined on the WMC team by Falmouth’s Andrew Murry, Greely’s Will McAdoo and Paul Witte, North Yarmouth Academy’s Sam Leishman and Ryan Rousseau and Yarmouth’s Chris Knaub, Ryan Maguire and Sam Torres. The WMC now leads the all-time series with the SMAA, 11-4 (with seven ties). The WMC lost the girls’ game, 3-2, despite a goal from Greely’s Audrey Parolin (assisted by Greely’s Libby Thomas). Other local players who competed included Falmouth’s Sarah Hemphill and Olivia Hoch, NYA’s Moira Lachance and Hannah Twombly and Yarmouth’s Claudia Lockwood. The WMC team was coached by Greely’s Michael Kennedy. The WMC is now 10-5 all-time (with seven ties) versus the SMAA.