Annesley Black, Cheverus junior: Black swept the Class A slalom and giant slalom for the second straight year. She won the giant slalom by 0.75 seconds and the slalom by 0.63, turning in three of the four fastest runs. She qualified for the Eastern high school championships.

Emily Carty, Fryeburg Academy senior: After placing fifth in classical, Carty won the Class A freestyle and finished second in pursuit to lead Fryeburg Academy to the Nordic state championship by one point over Deering. She qualified for the Eastern championships.

Shelby Cowin, Greenville senior: A three-time Class B champion in giant slalom, Cowin also won her first slalom state title. Her margin of victory in each race was more than a second. At the Eastern championships, she was the giant slalom runner-up by .05 seconds.

Greta Elder, Yarmouth senior: Elder was runner-up in the Class B slalom and giant slalom to help Yarmouth finish a close second (80-83) to Fort Kent in the Alpine competition. In the Western Maine Conference championships, Elder placed second in slalom.

Isabelle Jandreau, Madawaska junior: In sweeping the Class C classical and freestyle titles, Jandreau was more than a minute faster than the rest of the field in each race. She placed 19th in the freestyle at the Eastern championships.

Brooke Juneau, Fryeburg Academy junior: Juneau was runner-up in Class A in both slalom and giant slalom, after winning the giant slalom and placing third in the Western Maine Conference. At the Eastern championships, she was fourth in the slalom and eighth in the giant slalom.

Sophia Laukli, Yarmouth senior: Laukli won the classical and freestyle titles to lead the Clippers to the Class B Nordic crown, then won the freestyle race and placed second in classical at the Eastern championships. At the Junior Olympics in Utah, she was an All-American in three events.

Madeline Marston, Yarmouth freshman: Marston helped the Clippers win the Class B Nordic title with 12th-place finishes in classical and freestyle. She was 11th in the giant slalom and 22nd in the slalom as Yarmouth was the Alpine runner-up.

Olivia Skillings, Maine Coast Waldorf senior: Skillings was the runner-up at the Class B championships in the freestyle and classical. At the Eastern championships, Skillings finished sixth in freestyle sprint, 10th in 5K freestyle and 19th in 7.5K classic.

Jenny Wilbraham, Morse junior: The only Nordic skier from her high school, Wilbraham won the Class A classic title by 29.4 seconds and held on for the pursuit title with the third-best freestyle time. Wilbraham also qualified for the Eastern championships.

Coach of the Year

Bob Morse, Yarmouth Nordic: The Clippers sent the dean of Maine ski coaches into retirement with the Class B Nordic title. It was the 26th girls’ Nordic championship won under Morse’s tutelage, dating to 1971 when he was an assistant (he became head coach in 1981). The Yarmouth Ski Club plans to establish an annual scholarship in Morse’s honor.