Malaika Pasch

Malaika Pasch Joel Page/Staff Photographer

Malaika Pasch, Falmouth cross country: A sophomore, Pasch won the Western Maine Conference title meet Friday at St. Joseph’s College by 23 seconds in 19 minutes, 11 seconds over a challenging 5K course. Her time was two seconds off the course record set by Abbey Leonardi of Kennebunk in 2009.

Honorable mention

Jordyn Cowan, Scarborough volleyball: The senior middle hitter led the Red Storm in their 3-0 win over Biddeford to help them notch their 12th straight win and improve to 12-1. Cowan served the winning point in the first set, provided a timely kill on the last point of the third set to put the match away, and led Scarborough with 12 kills.

Bailey Plourde, Lincoln Academy golf: The senior won a share of her third girls’ individual title by rolling in a birdie on the final hole Saturday at Natanis to tie Erin Holmes of Greely at 1-over 73.

Lily Posternak, York field hockey: The senior midfielder scored four goals and assisted on three in an 8-0 Class B South quarterfinal win Tuesday against Freeport. Posternak has 29 goals for top-rated York, which has won 51 straight games.


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Ethan Spaulding

Ethan Spaulding, Greater Portland Christian soccer: The senior forward scored 11 goals over the Lions’ past two games to finish his career with 102 goals, fifth most in Maine boys’ soccer history, according to the Maine Soccer Coaches Association. Spaulding scored seven goals Tuesday in a 10-1 win against Pine Tree Academy after scoring four in Thursday’s 10-0 win over Chop Point.

Honorable mention

Cole Anderson, Camden Hills golf: A sophomore, Anderson defended his Class A boys’ individual championship with a 1-over 73 at Natanis to edge his playing partner, Lucas Roop of Gorham, by a stroke. Anderson finished at 5 under on the four par-5 holes.

Ryan Walsh, Deering football: Walsh rushed for two touchdowns in the first half, and added a TD catch and a 65-yard interception return for a score in the third quarter as Deering earned a 41-28 win over Edward Little on Friday.

Jeremiah Sands, Falmouth cross country: A senior, Sands won the Western Maine Conference championship meet Friday by seven seconds in 16:37 over a tough 5K course in Standish.