The Southern Maine Athletics Association – comprised of 16 schools, including Bonny Eagle – has released its lists of spring accolades. Several familiar Scots made the lists.

SMAA First Team – Troy Bogdahn (P)
SMAA Second Team – Arlo Pike (U)
SMAA Honorable Mention – Dana McKay
SMAA All-Academic Team – Troy Bogdahn, Cam Robinson, Drake Stinson

The SMAA featured several strong baseball outfits this season, so Bogdahn is in good company on the First Team. Thornton’s Ben Lambert, South Portland’s Griffin Kelley, Gorham’s Logan Drouin and Scarborough’s Mitchell Wedge round out the pitching staff, for instance. Pike on the Second Team is joined by the likes of Drew Abramson (South Portland), Sam Kilborn (Gorham), Bailey Ryan (Westbrook) and more.

SMAA Honorable Mention – Ashlyn Wintle, Breanna Lifland
SMAA All-Academic Team – Kaitlin Champagne, Brianna Gower, Bailey Gryskwicz, Breanna Lifland, Melissa McDonald

The Lady Scots faced a few struggles this season, but inched into the playoffs led by the taletned Wintle and Lifland, joined on the Honorable Mention list by standouts like Abbie Murrell and Hannah Ricker of mighty Scarborough, Grace Martin and Amber Magnant of Biddeford (who upset mighty Scarborough in the A South Final) and Olivia Howe and Hannah Collins of TA.

Boys Lacrosse
SMAA Honorable Mention – Jared Leclerc (G)

Leclerc earns Honorable Mention alongside fellow goalies Alex LeBlanc of Westbrook and Aaron Hoekstra of Portland. Other standouts on the list include Joe Gallant of A South Runners-Up Gorham, Jake Segal of A North Runners-Up Windham, and Colin Hayward of State Champions Scarborough.

Girls Lacrosse
SMAA First Team – Catherine Biegel (M)
SMAA Honorable Mention – Megan McIntosh, Natalie Bushey
SMAA Rookie Team – Jenna Litif

Biegel earns membership into an impressive club, also featuring Maquila DiMastrantonio, Delia Sylvain and Madi Drain (all of No. 2 Massabesic) and Hannah Costin, Jenna Kashmer and Gabby Bazemore (all of No. 1 Marshwood).

Boys Tennis
SMAA All-Academic Team – Devin Borchard

Girls Tennis
SMAA All-Academic Team – Casey Ahlemeyer, Melissa Blais

Girls Outdoor Track
SMAA All-Conference – Elisabeth Redwood (100/200/400), Kayla Raymond (800/1600), Ami Beaumier (1600/3200)

Redwood, Raymond and Beaumier all very much deserve the honors they receive. Redwood’s chief competition in all three of her events included Emily Turner of Cheverus, and in the 100 and 200 included Alex Hart of TA. Raymond and Beaumier, in the middle distance and distance runs, line up alongside athletes like Juliana Selser of South Portland and Bethany Sholl of Scarborough.

Bonny Eagle’s Kayla Raymond, seen here at Southwesterns, earned All-Conference honors in multiple events.

Bonny Eagler Elisabeth Redwood, who recently graduated, topped the All-Conference selections in the 100, 200 and 400. Here, she runs the 100 at Southwesterns.

Bonny Eagle’s Troy Bogdahn, seen here working the infield at Gorham, earned First-Team Pitching honors.

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