Chloe Griffin, Scarborough softball: The senior pitcher had an outstanding Class A South tournament in helping the Red Storm get back to the state title game. She pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts in a 7-1 quarterfinal win over Portland, allowed just one hit while striking out 10 in a 10-0 semifinal win over Massabesic, then drove in the winning run and pitched the Red Storm to a 3-2, nine-inning victory over Thornton Academy in the regional final.


Meredith Kelley, Falmouth tennis: The sophomore won the decisive match at No. 1 singles in the Class A state championship against Lewiston. Kelley rallied for a 1-6, 6-2, 6-1 win, giving Falmouth its 11th state title in a row as well as its 173rd consecutive victory.

Kelsey Currier, Greely softball: The senior pitcher won three games as the Rangers came from the No. 6 seed to win the Class B South title. She threw a one-hitter and struck out nine in a 1-0 win over Morse in the regional championship game. It was her second straight 1-0 win, after a two-hitter in the semifinals against Gray-New Gloucester.

Lydia Wassina, Massabesic lacrosse: The senior goalkeeper came up with eight saves to lead the Mustangs to a 10-9 victory over top-ranked Kennebunk in the Class A South championship game. She made six of her saves on shots from the free position.


Schuyler Wetmore, Greely lacrosse: The sophomore attack scored 14 goals in the last two playoffs games to help the Rangers reach the Class B state final. He had eight goals in a 19-5 quarterfinal win against Gardiner and followed that up with six goals in a 16-11 semifinal win over Messalonskee. His fourth goal in the semifinals was a behind-the-back shot over his right shoulder.


Thorne Kieffer, Waynflete tennis: A junior at No. 1 singles, Kieffer won 6-0, 6-0 to help the Flyers to a 5-0 win over previously unbeaten Mattanawcook Academy in the Class C state final, giving Waynflete its 11th consecutive state title.

Ryan Norris, Gorham baseball: The senior pitcher won two playoff games, allowing just three runs, seven hits and one walk over 13 innings. He beat Thornton Academy 3-1 in the Class A South quarterfinals, then allowed just five singles in a 3-2 win over Cheverus in the regional final.

Jason Montano, Thornton Academy track and field: The junior won the shot put at the New England championships at the University of New Hampshire with a personal-best of 59 feet, 21/2 inches. He also placed sixth in the discus.

– Staff report