Harness racing driver Drew Campbell earned his 3,500th career victory Sunday, guiding It Hurts Me to a front-running win in the final race of the day at Scarborough Downs.

Campbell began the day with 3,498 wins and quickly got No. 3,499 with a gate-to-wire triumph behind pacing mare Saturday Night Dancer.

Dot Gonyea of South Portland was one of the 26 New Englanders honored as 2014 Myra Kraft Community MVP Award Winners. Gonyea was a third- place award recipient of $5,000 for Camp Sunshine in Casco. Gonyea has been supporting Camp Sunshine for 30 years.

Joe Rokowski made a hole-in-one on the sixth hole at Spring Meadows Golf Club during the Monday Night Scramble on June 23. Rokowski used a 9-iron for the 135-yard shot, which was witnessed by Steve Amergian, Jim Ames and Russ Taylor.

Ed Doughty aced the 125-yard sixth hole at Spring Meadows Golf Club on June 23. Doughty used a gap wedge for the shot, which was witnessed by Beverly Doughty.

Chris Harper made a hole-in-one on the sixth hole at Spring Meadows Golf Club on June 29. He used a 9-iron on the 142-yard shot, which was witnessed by Lee Harper and Bill Heywood.

Sam Parkhill carded a hole-in-one on the 176-yard 17th hole at Portland Country Club on June 25. Parkhill used a 22-degree hybrid on the shot, which was witnessed by Rusty Bennett and Tim Carnes.

Ernie Ashton of Lewiston made his third career hole-in-one on the 17th hole at Martindale Country Club on June 27. Ashton used a 22-degree hybrid for the 160-yard shot, which was witnessed by Bob Blanchette, Doug Craib and Neil Mayo.

The Portland Public Schools middle school boys’ eighth-grade lacrosse team capped an undefeated season by winning all three of its games at the Ted Hellier Lacrosse Festival in South Portland on June 7. The team’s record was 11-0-1. (Team members not pictured are: John Carpenter, Jake Francoeur, Caden Scott and John Veroneau.)

Jerry Levasseur of Brunswick received a “Personal Best Award” for the National Senior Games Association during the Maine Senior Games Kickoff Luncheon on May 31. Levasseur, 76, suffered life-threatening injuries 70 years ago in a circus tent fire in Hartford, Connecticut. Jerry spent six months in the hospital with severe upper body burns. After multiple surgeries, he regained use of his hands. He has won over 1,000 races in his age classes.