Faith Blethen

Faith Blethen, Boothbay basketball: The junior forward scored 48 points in wins over both Madison and Mountain Valley to keep the Seahawks unbeaten in Class C South. She had 24 in each game. The game with Madison was a matchup of unbeaten teams, won by Boothbay 62-43.


Nicoletta Coupe, Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland hockey: The freshman forward’s second goal was the winner over Portland/Deering, ending the Bulldogs’ eight-game win streak. Coupe also had a hat trick against York/Traip Academy.

Sophia Laukli, Yarmouth Nordic skiing: A senior, Laukli turned in the fastest split of the day to help the Clippers win a Western Maine Conference freestyle relay Monday at Stark’s Hill in Fryeburg. Laukli covered the 5.57-kilometer leg in 15:01.

Anna Slager, Gorham indoor track and field: A senior, Slager won the 2-mile at an SMAA meet Wednesday at the University of Southern Maine, winning by three minutes in a state-leading time of 11:37.07.



Zach Brown

Zach Brown, Greely boys basketball: A junior, the 6-foot-3 guard/forward scored 20 of his 31 points in the final 10 minutes as the Rangers beat Yarmouth 56-46 for their 33rd straight win. Brown also had 12 rebounds in Saturday’s 51-39 win against Oxford Hills and 16 points with three 3-pointers in Thursday’s 64-50 win against Freeport.


Jarett Flaker, Scarborough track and field: The sophomore continues to impress. At an SMAA meet Monday, Flaker won the 400 meters in a state-leading time of 50.69 seconds. Flaker leads the state in the 55, 200, 400 and 55-meter hurdles. He also won the hurdles at the SMAA meet (8.06).

Peter Jordan, Deering Nordic skiing: A senior, Jordan turned in the fastest split (13:16) of 50 skiers in Monday’s WMC freestyle relay at Stark’s Hill in Fryeburg. Jordan skied two of the four Deering legs, each 5.57 kilometers, to help the Rams place fifth of 13 teams.

Brim Peabody, Cheverus swimming: A freshman, Peabody set two pool records Friday at the University of New England. Peabody won the 500-yard freestyle in the fastest time in the state this winter (4:52.03). He also teamed with John Hight, Quintin Hastings and Phineas Underwood to set a 200 free relay mark (1:34.35), the fastest in Class A this season

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