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Leah Glidden

Leah Glidden, Marshwood field hockey: A sophomore forward, Glidden scored twice in a 4-0 victory over Windham, then got the winner 29 seconds into overtime to beat Thornton Academy 1-0 on Tuesday, lifting the Hawks to the No. 2 spot in the final Class A South Heal point standings with a 12-2 record.


Isabella Capozzi, Thornton Academy field hockey: A senior goalie, Capozzi came out of net to play forward and scored a goal in the final four minutes of her last regular-season home game, a 5-0 victory over Noble. She also made 10 saves in a 1-0 loss to Marshwood.

Alison Clark, Yarmouth volleyball: The senior outside hitter contributed 19 kills in a 3-1 victory over Cape Elizabeth and 18 in a 3-0 loss to Falmouth that brought the Clippers’ record to 9-3.

Lauren Schonewolf, Cape Elizabeth golf: Schonewolf, a senior, shot a 79 to help the Capers finish second to Erskine Academy in the Class B team championship at Natanis Golf Course.


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Riley Hasson

Riley Hasson, South Portland soccer: The junior goalkeeper made five saves in a 1-0 victory over Massabesic and five more in a 2-0 victory over Marshwood to run his shutout streak to five games for the Red Riots (10-3). After starting the season with three losses in five games, South Portland has won eight in a row – a stretch in which opponents have managed only two goals against Hasson.


Jackson Fotter, Gorham soccer: The senior forward continues to lead the undefeated Rams (11-0-1) on offense, notching four goals in Gorham’s 6-1 victory over Windham on Tuesday. Fotter also scored the first goal in a 3-0 victory over Portland last Friday.

Caleb Manuel, Mt. Ararat golf: A freshman, Manuel posted the low individual round in the Class A team championship at Natanis Golf Course, shooting a 73 on the Tomahawk course as the Eagles finished second to Gorham on a tiebreaker.

Frankie Veino, Sanford football: The senior quarterback threw a 12-yard touchdown pass in the final two minutes to put the Spartans (4-2) ahead to stay in a 24-20 victory over Edward Little. Veino ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns and threw for 150 yards on 12-of-21 passing.