Fiona Ahearne, Merriconeag junior: Won the Class C freestyle championship and finished second in classical to help Merriconeag win its fifth straight Nordic title.

London Bernier, Falmouth junior: Won the Class A classical championship and placed fourth in freestyle to help Falmouth defend its Nordic and overall titles.

Abby Condon, Yarmouth sophomore: Finished eighth in the giant slalom and was among the top 20 in all four events to win the competitive race for Class B skimeister.

Nettie Cunningham, Greely freshman: Won the Class A giant slalom title by more than five seconds and finished second in the Alpine shootout.

Greta Elder, Yarmouth freshman: Won the Class B giant slalom and placed fifth in the slalom to help Yarmouth win a ninth straight overall title.

Erin Guilmet, Maranacook junior: Won the Class B slalom title and placed fourth in the giant slalom as Maranacook won the overall runner-up plaque.

Krysia Lesniak, Falmouth junior: Class A slalom champ who also won the WMC slalom and giant slalom titles. Top Maine qualifier for the Eastern High School championships.

Elizabeth Martin, Freeport senior: Second in Class B in both the classical and freestyle races with faster times than the Class C champions.

Anna Morin, Falmouth senior: Won the Class A freestyle title and placed fifth in classical to help Falmouth defend its Nordic and overall titles.

Alexa Pelletier, Fort Kent senior: Class C slalom and giant slalom champion who led Fort Kent to the Alpine title and its second straight overall crown.

Samantha Pierce, Merriconeag senior: Two-time Class C classical state champion who placed third in freestyle to help Merriconeag extend its five-year Nordic reign.

Kaelyn Woods, Gray-New Gloucester junior: Won the Class B classical and freestyle titles for the second year in a row and represented New England at the Junior Nationals.

Coach of the Year

John Tarling, Merriconeag: Guided Merriconeag to its fifth consecutive Class C Nordic state championship despite the New Gloucester Waldorf school’s enrollment of fewer than 40 students. He also led Merriconeag’s boys to a third straight title and both won MPA sportsmanship awards. “I think the school values that even more,” said Tarling, whose skiers take the sport “seriously in a good way. They don’t overstress about it.”

– Glenn Jordan