GIRLS

Karissa Kenyon

Karissa Kenyon, Wells softball: A junior, Kenyon pitched the Warriors to two victories last week. She threw a four-hitter with 19 strikeouts in a 7-6, 11-inning win over Yarmouth, also doubling in the tying run and scoring the winning run in the bottom of the 11th. She then had a one-hit, 10-strikeout effort in an 18-0 win over York. She went 4 for 4 in that game, scoring three runs.

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Grace Tutt, Massabesic softball: A junior, Tutt had a couple of big hitting days to boost the Mustangs to a pair of wins. She had three hits, two runs scored and three RBI in a 7-3 win over Westbrook on Monday and three hits, two runs and two RBI in an 8-3 win over Marshwood on Tuesday.

Haley Moody, Kennebunk lacrosse: The sophomore goalkeeper stopped 13 shots to keep Yarmouth from closing in on the Rams in last week’s Class B final rematch, which Kennebunk won 12-5 to stay undefeated.

Katie Gilman, Cape Elizabeth tennis: A senior captain playing No. 2 singles, Gilman won in straight sets against Freeport and Waynflete to improve her record to 6-0 this spring. Cape Elizabeth is 5-1 with the only blemish a 3-2 loss to defending state champion Greely.

BOYS

Heath Cockburn

Heath Cockburn, Freeport baseball: The sophomore raised his record to 3-0 and helped the Falcons snap a two-game losing streak with a one-hit shutout against previously unbeaten Cape Elizabeth. Cockburn was perfect through five innings and ended up facing just one batter over the minimum, striking out seven without a walk.

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Clay Canterbury, Freeport tennis: A sophomore who recently bumped up from No. 2 to No. 1 singles, Canterbury extended his unbeaten streak to 7-0 with victories over Cape Elizabeth, Yarmouth and York as the Falcons improved to 6-1. That’s more team victories than all of last spring, when Freeport ended 5-8.

Tim MacDonald, York baseball: The senior third baseman powered the Wildcats to two wins. His double in the seventh scored the winning run in a 5-4 victory against Freeport. He followed with a three-run homer and solo homer in a 15-4 win over Gray-New Gloucester.

Henry Farnham, Falmouth lacrosse: The senior midfielder scored five goals and sparked a mid-game comeback as unbeaten Falmouth roared back from an early deficit to beat Cape Elizabeth, 14-8.


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