CUMBERLAND, ME - OCTOBER, 26: Kayley Cimino of Greely Wednesday, October 26, 2016. (Photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer)

Kayley Cimino

Kayley Cimino, Greely volleyball: A senior adept at both setting and hitting, Cimino recorded 27 set assists and 30 kills as the top-seeded Rangers beat No. 9 Gorham in the Class A quarterfinals, and No. 4 Falmouth in the semis by scores of 3-1 to return to the state final. Cimino also served seven aces and had two solo blocks for Greely, which improved to 48-2 in sets this season.


Izzy Bretz, York field hockey: A senior midfielder, Bretz scored twice to help the top-seeded Wildcats overcome a halftime deficit to beat Yarmouth 2-1 Wednesday in the Class B South championship game. York brings a 53-game winning streak into the state final Saturday against Belfast.

Alison Clark, Yarmouth volleyball: The senior outside hitter put down 29 kills in a four-set upset to lift the No. 6 Clippers past No. 3 Biddeford in a Class A quarterfinal. She also had 21 kills in a 3-1 semifinal loss to No. 2 Scarborough.

Hannah Kaplan, Windham soccer: The junior midfielder scored two goals in Monday’s Class A South preliminary game to lead the sixth-seeded Eagles (11-2-3) to a 4-1 victory over No. 11 Thornton Academy and another in a 3-1 quarterfinal victory over No. 3 Cheverus.



Cam Day

Cam Day, Bonny Eagle football: The senior QB rushed for 149 yards and passed for 83 in a 15-14 win over previously unbeaten Thornton Academy that secured the top seed in the Class A South playoffs for Bonny Eagle (8-0). Day scored on a 6-yard run and set up the go-ahead 2-point conversion in the fourth quarter.


Jackson Fotter, Gorham soccer: The senior forward scored three goals to lead the top-ranked Rams (14-0-1) past No. 9 Westbrook 5-1 in a Class A South quarterfinal.

Miece Loureiro, Westbrook football: The senior running back rushed for 350 yards, and scored on runs of 2, 6, 68 and 86 yards to lead the Blue Blazes (6-2) over winless Gorham, 28-0.

Noah Stracqualursi, Scarborough soccer: The senior striker scored with just over three minutes remaining to lead the fourth-seeded Red Storm past No. 5 South Portland 1-0 in a Class A South quarterfinal. It was the first goal scored on South Portland in eight games.