GIRLS

Darcy Cochran

Darcy Cochran, Cape Elizabeth track and field: The sophomore won four events and posted two state-leading times at a Western Maine Conference meet. She won the 200 meters (26.91 seconds) and the 100 (12.85). She also captured the 100-meter hurdles in a state-leading time of 15.22 and the 300 hurdles in a state-leading time (47.00).

HONORABLE MENTION

Hunter Greenleaf, Scarborough softball: The senior catcher led the top-ranked Red Storm to wins over Portland, South Portland and Westbrook. Greenleaf went 6 for 10 with three home runs and two doubles, and drove in eight runs in those games.

Ya Stockford, Waynflete lacrosse: The senior attack scored five goals and assisted on two others to lead the Flyers past Marshwood, 10-5. Stockford also had two goals and three assists in a 16-6 loss to Cape Elizabeth.

Kristina Matkevich, Cheverus tennis: A sophomore, Matkevich remained perfect at No. 3 singles on the season with a 6-0, 6-3 win in a 3-2 victory over previously unbeaten Kennebunk/Wells.

BOYS

Donnie Tocci

Donnie Tocci, Portland baseball: The junior pitcher/outfielder contributed in three wins as the Bulldogs (7-1) moved to the top of Class A South. Tocci pitched a four-hitter and added a two-run double in a 4-0 win against Biddeford; sparked an 8-2 win against Sanford with a two-run triple; and was the winning pitcher in an 11-1 win against Deering, Coach Mike Rutherford’s 300th career victory.

HONORABLE MENTION

Ben Kennedy, Greely lacrosse: The Rangers’ senior attack scored five goals, including the winner with 43 seconds left, and added three assists in a 15-14 overtime win at Brunswick. He notched a team-high four goals in an 18-8 win against Messalonskee. Greely improved to 5-2.

Jarett Flaker, Scarborough track and field: At a meet at Westbrook High, the sophomore sprinter won three events and clocked a state-leading time in the 400, winning the event in 50.93. He also won the 200 (22.49) and the 100 (11.29).

Nick Forester, Falmouth tennis: A junior who uses both left and right forehands, Forester won in straight sets at No. 1 singles against Gorham and Kennebunk to lift his team to 10-0. He also was named the top seed in the boys’ singles state tournament that continues May 25.


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