• Sarah Caron of Boothbay Harbor, Mason Cyr of Freeport and Kaileigh Lenentine of Sidney were awarded $5,000 college scholarships as part of the Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship Program, which honors varsity athletes who demonstrate good sportsmanship on and off the field, excel in academics and are involved community members.

Three winners were chosen from over 2,500 submissions for each New England state and were recognized in a ceremony at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on May 19.

• Wayne Farrington, Mark Farrington and Jen Allen were honored May 21 as the inaugural class for Greater Portland Christian School’s Athletics Hall of Fame.

Wayne Farrington served as athletic director, and coached baseball, basketball and soccer from 1984-91. Mark Farrington (class of 1988) is the school’s all-time leading scorer in basketball with 1,288 career points, and Allen (1986) is the top scorer in the history of the girls’ basketball program with 928 points.

• Mike Grindatti recorded his first hole-in-one on the 142-yard 13th hole at Sable Oaks on May 22. Grindatti used a 9-iron for the shot, which was witnessed by Ryan Mondor and Joe Barth.

Jan Ronan of Gorham made a hole-in-one on the eighth hole at Sanford Country Club during a Southern Maine Women’s Golf Association tournament. Ronan used a 7-hybrid on the downhill, 129-yard hole for her first ace. Her playing partners were Carol Grundstrom of Yarmouth, Barb Rondeau of Brunswick and Kate Boyle of Scarborough.

• Mark Bishop used a 5-iron to ace the 160-yard fourth hole at Gorham Country Club on May 27. The shot was witnessed by Mike Martin, Joe Pacillo and Dave Wilcox.