Cheverus High midfielder Lily Johnson is one of three finalists for the Miss Maine Field Hockey award, the Maine Field Hockey Association announced on Monday.

The winner of the honor, which is given to the state’s top senior field hockey player, will be named at the Maine Field Hockey Association banquet on Dec. 3 at the Augusta Civic Center.

Johnson has 12 goals and 13 assists this season for Cheverus, the No. 1 Class A South. For her career, she has 52 goals and 43 assists.

Other finalists are Laney Leblanc, a forward, midfielder and back; and Layla Conway, a forward, both of Skowhegan. Leblanc has 11 goals and 12 assists this season, and 50 goals and 60 assists for her career. Conway has 23 goals and 10 assists this season, 88 goals and 31 assists for her career.

FOOTBALL: Mike Foley had two first-quarter scoring runs, 44 and 36 yards, as fourth-seeded Cape Elizabeth broke out to a 22-0 lead and handled fifth-seeded York 41-6 in a Class C South quarterfinal at Cape Elizabeth.

Logan McVeigh had a receiving and rushing touchdown for Cape Elizabeth (3-6), and Danny Gray scooted in for a score from 5 yards out.

Grady Goldstein had a 53-yard fourth-down run down the right sideline for York (2-7) in the second quarter.

The Capers travel to Turner to face top-seeded Leavitt on Saturday in a Class C South semifinal.

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