The spring sports season has come and gone and in the wake of an abundance of triumph, numerous local athletes were honored for their efforts.

Across the board.

Here’s a full accounting of all of the spring 2024 all-stars who hailed from our coverage area.


Scarborough’s Zak Sanders led the Red Storm to the Class A state baseball title and was named a league all-star for his efforts. Joe Phelan / Kennebec Journal

Scarborough and Yarmouth took home baseball state titles this spring and those squads, along with several other squads, placed players on the Southwestern Maine Activities Association and Western Maine Conference all-star teams.

The SMAA All-Conference first-team featured Scarborough outfielder Zak Sanders and pitcher Erik Swenson, as well as Falmouth first baseman Jacoby Porter, second baseman/pitcher Brennan Rumpf, shortstop Josh Polchies, outfielder Tony Severino and catcher Ethan Hendry, Portland outfielder Reegan Buck and South Portland outfielder Hudson Iacuessa.


The SMAA second-team included Cheverus outfielder Devin Kelly, Deering pitcher Avery Lawrence, Scarborough third baseman Matt Fallona and South Portland pitcher Kason Lewis and outfielders Alex Horton and Curtis Metcalf.

Honorable mentions included Cheverus’ Lucas Soutuyo, Deering’s Miles Lawrence, Falmouth’s Tyler Simmons, Portland’s Hunter Temple, Scarborough’s Mason Porter and South Portland’s Easton Healy.

Falmouth’s Hendry, Rumpf and Severino, Portland’s Buck and Scarborough’s Sanders were all named to the SMAA All-Defensive team.

Cheverus’ Max Cassidy, Chris Murphy and Lucas Soutuyo, Deering’s Andrew Cook, Jackson Forrest and Avery Lawrence, Falmouth’s Ethan Hendry, Portland’s Elliott Kimball and Hunter Temple and Scarborough’s Tyler Archambault, Harrison Griffiths, Lewis Moynihan, Mason Porter, Zak Sanders and William Shevenel qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.

In the WMC, the first-team included Yarmouth pitcher Sam Lowenstein, as well as Cape Elizabeth pitcher Jameson Bryant, Freeport outfielder Ben Bolduc and first baseman Liam Emmons and Greely pitcher Ryder Simpson, third baseman Marky Axelsen, second baseman Wes Piper, catcher Wyatt Soucie and pitcher Keeler Vogt.

The second-team featured Cape Elizabeth shortstop Gabe Harmon, second baseman Brady Inman and outfielder Max Hayward, Freeport pitcher Aaron Converse and outfielder Thomas Roy, Greely outfielder Jackson Leding and first baseman Ben Kyles and Yarmouth utility Andrew Cheever.


Greely’s Marky Axelsen was named the WMC Class B Player of the Year.

Yarmouth’s Sam Lowenstein was chosen the WMC Class B Pitcher of the Year.

In the WMC Class C/D division, third baseman/pitcher Cole Lambert of Waynflete/North Yarmouth Academy made the first-team.

Waynflete/NYA outfielder Caden Violette and shortstop/pitcher Dylan Kullman made the second-team.

Cape Elizabeth’s Gabe Harmon, Deering’s Avery Lawrence, Falmouth’s Ethan Hendry, Freeport’s Aaron Converse, Greely’s Marky Axelsen and Ryder Simpson, Portland’s Reegan Buck and Yarmouth’s Andrew Cheever and Sam Lowenstein played for the South team in the Class A/B Senior All-Star Game. Falmouth’s Brennan Rumpf was also chosen, but couldn’t play. Deering’s Casey Lawrence served as a coach.

Waynflete’s Cole Lambert played for the South in the Class C/D Senior All-Star team.


Cape Elizabeth’s Brady Inman, Falmouth’s Josh Polchies and Jacoby Porter, Freeport’s Liam Emmons, Greely’s Wyatt Soucie, Kyle Soule and Keeler Vogt, Scarborough’s Erik Swenson and South Portland’s Hudson Iacuessa and Kason Lewis played in the Underclass All-Star Game.


Cheverus’ Kelsey Cassidy was a veteran leader on a state champion softball team and earned mention on the SMAA All-Conference squad. Derek Davis / Portland Press Herald

Cheverus’ softball team stole the show this spring, winning a state title for the first time, and not surprisingly, the Stags were well represented on the SMAA all-star team.

Kelsey Cassidy, Addison DeRoche and Hailey Lamontagne all made the first-team, along with Deering’s Sophie Hill, Portland’s Sadie Armstrong and Hannah Hawkes, Scarborough’s Samantha Cote and Alana Sawyer and South Portland’s Andrea DiMauro and Ella Nickerson.

Honorable mentions included Cheverus’ Ashley Connor and Bella Napolitano-Aberle, Deering’s Bella McBrady, Falmouth’s Ava Walker and Tabby Worthen, Portland’s Ainsley McCrum and Hadleigh McPartlan, Scarborough’s Laine Niles and Meghan Robinson and South Portland’s Rachel DiMauro and Chloe Whitten.

The SMAA All-Academic team included Cheverus’ Kelsey Cassidy, Alex Dowling-Ingraham, Brynn McKenney and Mikayla Talbot, Deering’s Sophie Hill, Emily Holland, Hailey Siteman and Mackenzie Siteman, Falmouth’s Kate Barter, Eve Chase, Ava Walker and Tabby Worthen, Portland’s Sadie Armstrong, Hannah Hawkes, Ainsley McCrum, Kaitlin Vigue and Erin Winship, Scarborough’s Samantha Cote, Jamie Kemper, Meghan Robinson and Alana Sawyer and South Portland’s Andrea DiMauro, Phoebe Dodge and Ella Nickerson.


Cheverus’ Addison DeRoche was named both the SMAA Player of the Year and the SMAA Pitcher of the Year.

Portland’s Sadie Armstrong received the Pete Meagher Award, given to the senior player who best exemplifies leadership, loyalty and learning.

Portland’s Jason McLeod was named SMAA Coach of the Year.

In the WMC, repeat Class D champion NYA placed outfielder Kailyn McIntyre, pitcher Lily Rawnsley, catcher Cami Casserly and shortstop Jordan Nash on the All-Conference team.

NYA’s Lily Rawnsley was also named the WMC Class D Pitcher of the Year.

The Class B first-team featured Freeeport shortstop Rosie Panenka, Greely rightfielder Jenna Carignan and Yarmouth third baseman Julia Lawwill and catcher Drea Rideout.


Class B second-teamers included Cape Elizabeth shortstop Sophia Chung and catcher/third baseman Lauren Steinberg, Freeport pitcher/second baseman Izzy George and catcher Vanessa St. Pierre, Greely second baseman Lucy Axelsen, centerfielder Fiona MacArthur and shortstop Katie Wallace and Yarmouth outfielder Adelaide Strout.

Cheverus’ Kelsey Cassidy, Deering’s Sophie Hill, Freeport’s Rosie Panenka, Portland’s Sadie Armstrong and Hannah Hawkes, Scarborough’s Samantha Cote and Alana Sawyer and South Portland’s Andrea DiMauro and Ella Nickerson played for the South team in the Class A/B Senior All-Star Game. Portland’s Jason McLeod and South Portland’s Drew DiMauro served as coaches.

NYA’s Kailyn McIntyre and Lily Rawnsley played for the South team in the Class C/D Senior All-Star Game. NYA’s Ricky Doyon served as a coach.

Cheverus’ Ashley Connor and Bella Napolitano-Aberle, Freeport’s Izzy George and Vanessa St. Pierre, Scarborough’s Gabby Pelletier and Yarmouth’s Julia Lawwill and Drea Rideout took part in the Junior All-Star Game. Freeport’s Rich George and Yarmouth’s Brad Lawwill served as coaches.

Cheverus’ Addison DeRoche and Hailey Lamontagne, Deering’s Bella McBrady, NYA’s Cami Casserly and Jordan Nash and South Portland’s Rachel DiMauro and Annaliese Soucy played in the Freshman/Sophomore All-Star Game. Portland’s Jason McLeod and South Portland’s Drew DiMauro served as coaches.

Boys’ lacrosse


Cape Elizabeth’s Colin Blackburn was a league all-star and an All-American this past season. Derek Davis / Portland Press Herald

Falmouth and Yarmouth’s boys’ lacrosse teams took home state championships this spring and had players lauded for their efforts.

The Navigators had Indi Backman, Hayden Davis, Gio Guerrette, Joey Guerrette and Eli St. Louis named to the SMAA All-Conference team. They were joined by Cheverus’ Preston Fallon and Matt Hahn, Deering’s Andrew Burke, Corbin Burke, Santino Cavallaro, Vinny Cavallaro and Joey Foley, Portland’s Andy Marvin and Louis Thurston, Scarborough’s Ben Kerbel, Olin Pedersen and Drew Witas and South Portland’s Caleb Juers, Tobey Lappin and Beckett Mehlhorn.

Cheverus’ Quinn Gleason and Evan Metivier, Deering’s Trip Marston and Archie Rubin, Falmouth’s Peter Kearns and Miles Thaxter, Portland’s Matt Frost and Reeve Grenier-DiDonato, Scarborough’s Kevin Collins and Wes Merrill and South Portland’s Ian House and Jamen Senter were honorable mentions.

The SMAA All-Academic team included Cheverus’ Preston Fallon, Liam Haley, Shane McGrath and Elijah Timlin, Deering’s Sam Anderson, Andrew Burke, Trip Marston and Archie Rubin, Falmouth’s Will Gale, Portland’s Seamus Devon and Ben Medd and Scarborough’s Chase Cassellius, Sebastian Furr, Ben Kerbel, Seth Mogavero and Olin Pedersen.

Falmouth’s Gio Guerrette was named SMAA Player of the Year.

Deering’s Geoff Arris was chosen SMAA Coach of the Year.


In the WMC, Yarmouth attack Colter Olson, defenseman Ward Jenkins and goalie Will Redfield made the All-Conference Class A/B first-team, along with Cape Elizabeth attack Keegan Lathrop, middie Alex van Huystee and defenseman Colin Blackburn and Greely midfielder Jude Cook.

The Class A/B second-team featured Cape Elizabeth middie Tom Hennessey, defenseman Jake Leiss and faceoff specialist Will Picarillo, Greely attack Bez Mendelsohn and goalie Sam Dudek and Yarmouth attack George Brown, defenseman Wyatt Gawtry and longstick middie Nate Buchanan.

Yarmouth attack Hakon Yeo was an honorable mention.

In Class C, NYA attack Zach Leinwand, middie Wyatt Thomas and defenseman Theo Fahlgren and Waynflete attack Haven Savory Kreis, middie Jacob Woodman and defenseman Fletcher Polsky made the first-team.

The second-team included NYA middie Nick Pelletier and defenseman Cayne Lieve and Waynflete middie Nico Kirby.

NYA middie Nate Oney and Waynflete middie Spencer Kline were honorable mentions.


Cape Elizabeth’s Colin Blackburn and Keegan Lathrop, Cheverus’ Preston Fallon, Deering’s Andrew Burke, Falmouth’s Cole Allan, Freeport’s Noah Michaud, Greely’s Sam Dudek, NYA’s Caleb King and Liam Street, Scarborough’s Ben Kerbel and Olin Pedersen, South Portland’s Caleb Juers and Jamen Senter and Yarmouth’s Colter Olson played in the Senior All-Star Game. Deering’s Geoff Arris served as a coach. Deering’s Burke was named MVP.

Cheverus’ Matt Hahn, Deering’s Corbin Burke and Joey Foley, Falmouth’s Indi Backman, Ian Christie, Dylan Cleveland, Cameron Day, Peter Kearns, TJ Saulter, Cam Sinclair and Evan Yale, Freeport’s Hunter Richards, Greely’s Jude Cook and Bez Mendelsohn, Scarborough’s Avery Currie and Kyle Gambardella, South Portland’s Ansel Eppich, Ian House, Beckett Mehlhorn and Tadhg O’Donnell and Yarmouth’s Ward Jenkins and Noah Tippie played in the Underclass All-Star Game. Scarborough’s Zach Barrett served as a coach.

Cape Elizabeth’s Colin Blackburn and Keegan Lathrop, Falmouth’s Indi Backman, Hayden Davis, Gio Guerrette and Joey Guerrette, South Portland’s Beckett Mehlhorn and Yarmouth’s Ward Jenkins and Colter Olson were named All-Americans.

Scarborough’s Ben Kerbel was given the Bob Scott Award, given to a player who goes above and beyond in service to his team, school and community.

Deering’s Geoff Arris was named Maine’s Coach of the Year by U.S. Lacrosse.

Girls’ lacrosse


Waynflete’s Lydia Birknes helped the Flyers win the Class C championship and was named a league all-star  Andree Kehn / Sun Journal

On the girls’ side, all three state championship teams, Greely, Waynflete and Yarmouth, hailed from the Western Maine Conference, and all of those squads had players named all-stars.

Greely defenders Kylie Crocker and Katie Dubbert, midfielder Asja Kelman and attack Eva Williams, Waynflete attack Tilsley Kelly and Chloe Marblestone and midfielders Morgan Earls and Lydia Birknes, along with Yarmouth attack Neena Panozzo, midfielder Lauren Keaney, goalie Regan Sullivan and attack Celia Zinman all made the WMC All-Conference team. They were joined by Freeport midfielders Lana DiRusso and Mia Levesque, defender Julia Whalen and midfielder Reed Proscia, Cape Elizabeth midfielder Kaity Woods, defender Lucie Boudreau and midfielder Campbell DeGeorge and NYA midfielder Lyla Casey, defender Nell Rohde and goalie Salin Bachor.

WMC honorable mentions included Cape Elizabeth defender Kierith Gentilini, Freeport attack Kiley Webber and goalie Hailly Curtis, Greely attack Jane Flynn and midfielder Audrey Ingersoll, NYA attack Gwen Curran, Waynflete attack Sasha Melnick and defender Fallon Culley and Yarmouth attack Brooke Boone and midfielder Aine Powers.

In the SMAA, Class A state runner-up Falmouth placed Keira Alcock, Riley Davis, Mallory Kerr, Sadie Kramer and Peaches Stucker on the All-Conference team. They were joined by Cheverus’ Reese Belanger, Sydney Brunelle and Sophia St. John, Deering’s Shay Rosenthal, Portland’s Phoebe Knoll, Scarborough’s Fiona Betters and Grace Carlista and South Portland’s Madeline Fitzherbert and Cara Inman.

Honorable mentions included Cheverus’ Lula Dockendorf and Taylor Hoglund, Deering’s Elsa Freeman and Lauren Jackson, Falmouth’s Morgan Adams and Maisy Clement, Portland’s Kyla Derrig and Leah Sigfridson, Scarborough’s Natalie Ryan and South Portland’s Lauren Steady and Abigail Thayer.

The SMAA All-Rookie team featured Cheverus’ Sydney Brunelle, Deering’s Mel Zalikhova, Falmouth’s Sierra Zarner, Portland’s Kristen Mailloux and Scarborough’s Madison Howes and Avery Larsen.


The SMAA All-Academic team included Cheverus’ Reese Belanger, Mackenzie Cash, Madeline Doherty, Taylor Krieger, Rosie Lussier, Abigail Marshall, Charlotte Miller and Georgia Nolan, Deering’s June Coenders, Lauren Jackson, Shay Rosenthal and Ariana Sibo, Falmouth’s Morgan Adams and Mallory Kerr, Portland’s Gianna Smith, Gabriella Harrigan, Phoebe Knoll, Maria DelMonte, Kyla Derrig, Anita Kim and Leah Sigfridson, Scarborough’s Fiona Betters, Emma Lally, Madilyn Noonan and Natalie Ryan and South Portland’s Madeline Fitzherbert.

Cape Elizabeth’s Kaity Woods, Cheverus’ Reese Belanger, Deering’s Shay Rosenthal, Falmouth’s Peaches Stucker, Freeport’s Ava Stone, Greely’s Asja Kelman and Eva Williams, NYA’s Lauryn Casey, Scarborough’s Fiona Betters, South Portland’s Emily Keefe, Waynflete’s Chloe Marblestone  and Yarmouth’s Aine Powers played in the Senior All-Star Game. Scarborough’s Taylor Colangelo and Waynflete’s Cathie Connors served as coaches.

Falmouth’s Peaches Stucker joined Kennebunk’s Ivy Armentrout and Mara Muse as Maine’s 2024 All-Americans.

Girls’ outdoor track

Falmouth’s Ruby Prentiss was a state champion thrower and an SMAA all-star this spring. Ben McCanna / Portland Press Herald

The SMAA outdoor track all-star first-team featured Laurel Driscoll (mile and two-mile), Emerson Flaker (100, 200, 400), Isabella Harmon (high jump and pole vault) and the 4×100 (Amelia Caruso, Flaker, Bailey Stoddard-Baughman and Avery Pettingill) and 4×400 (Pettingill, Driscoll, Flaker and Kyleigh Record) relay teams from Class A champion Scarborough, as well as Falmouth’s Samantha Gaudet (javelin), Ruby Prentiss (discus, shot put) and the Navigators’ 4×800 relay team (Maeve Ginevan, Georgia Moon, Bella Koepsell and Sara Tennant), and Portland’s Alisandra Lindos (long jump) and Samantha Moore (800).

The second-team included Cheverus’ Amelia Dedekian (pole vault), Deering’s Lara Gin (400), Falmouth’s Gaudet (discus) and Adriana Rogow (racewalk), Portland’s Lindos (triple jump), Moore (mile) and Anneliese Collin (300 hurdles) and Scarborough’s Record (800) and Stoddard-Baughman (high hurdles).


The third-team featured Cheverus’ Finley Brown (300 hurdles) and Lucy Olson (800), Deering’s Saya Brieting-Brown (high hurdles), Falmouth’s Brynn Fortier (high jump), Portland’s Collin (high jump and pole vault) and Moore (400) and South Portland’s Makayla Edwards-Burwell (shot put) and Iris Young (high jump).

Scarborough’s Emerson Flaker was named SMAA Track Athlete of the Year.

Falmouth’s Ruby Prentiss was chosen SMAA Field Athlete of the Year.

Scarborough’s Denise Curry shared SMAA Coach of the Year honors with Windham’s Jeff Riddle.

Cheverus’ Elizabeth Merrill, Bo Miller and Delaney Whitmarsh, Deering’s Saya Breiting-Brown, Lara Gin and Emma Murphy, Falmouth’s Samantha Gaudet, Bella Koepsell, Gabbie Loef, Ruby Prentiss and Ella Wrisley, Portland’s
Iman Alaari and Lea DiFranco, Scarborough’s Eleanor Comstock, Maezy Gleason, Sarah LeFebvre, Avery Pettingill, Kyleigh Record, Bailey Stoddard-Baughman and Madeline Wolfgram and South Portland’s Francesca Amoroso, Gabrielle Archibald, Samantha Clyde, Ailee Jones, Cassandra Port and Iris Young qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.

In the WMC, Jacqueline Franklin (400 and long jump), Sabine Sites (discus) and Victoria Zandan (triple jump) of Class B champion Greely made the Division I first-team, as did the Rangers’ 4×100 (Danica Pleau, Lilian Pierce, Franklin and Abigail Jacobson) and 4×400 (Samantha Santerre, Pierce, Pleau and Franklin) relay teams, as well as Cape Elizabeth’s Sloan Gardner (shot put) and Freeport’s Kessa Benner (pole vault) and  Luciana Bourgeois (300 hurdles).


Division I second-teamers included Cape Elizabeth’s Hadley Mahoney (800), Freeport’s Emma Graham (high jump) and its 4×100 relay team (Graham, Bourgeois, Lizalyn Boudreau and Lucy Riggs), Greely’s Zandan (100 hurdles and long jump) and Marinna Emery (pole vault) and Yarmouth’s Ella Cameron (discus and javelin), Mars Charrette (racewalk), Abby Noble (100 and 200), Taylor Oranellas (400), Olivia Wentworth (two-mile) and its 4×800 relay squad (Oranellas, Lilah Connor, Eliza Grimnes and Wentworth).

The Division II first-team included North Yarmouth Academy/Maine Coast Waldorf’s Graca Bila (triple jump, 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and 200), Rahel Delaney (racewalk), Cass MacCarthy (shot put and javelin), Sarah Moore (high jump and long jump), Soren Stark-Chessa (800 and mile) and the 4×400 relay team (Daicey Speirs, Acadia Guliani, Darcy Jones and Hadley Smith).

NYA/MCW’s Speirs (shot put and javelin), Moore (triple jump) and Ella D’Souza (100 hurdles and 300 hurdles) qualified for the second-team.

Boys’ outdoor track

Portland’s Nathan Blades made the SMAA boys’ outdoor track all-star team. Shawn Patrick Ouellette / Portland Press Herald

On the boys’ side, Class A champion South Portland placed Arnaud Sioho (high hurdles, 300 hurdles, long jump and triple jump) on the SMAA first-team, along with Portland’s Nathan Blades (mile) and Scarborough’s 4×800 relay team (Colby Shumway, Baxter Merriam, Ethan Keller and Atticus Merriam).

The second-team included Cheverus’ Brendan Rogers (400), Portland’s Elias Coleman (two-mile), Cordell Jones (high jump) and Brendan Prestes (800), Scarborough’s Miguel Torres (javelin)  and South Portland’s Israel Ditanduka (long jump), Alexandy Pierre (racewalk) and Henry Risch (shot put).


The third-team featured Falmouth’s Jason Hargesheimer (300 hurdles), George Klatsky (javelin) and Max Shapiro (100), Portland’s Blades (800), Scarborough’s Nate Murray (shot put) and South Portland’s Enoque De Dieu (triple jump) and Patrick Heffernan (racewalk).

Cheverus’ Dominic Cortez, Jackson Kingsley, Avery Lytle, Daniel McCartney, Ambrose McCullough, Xavier Nadeau, Nana Kwadwo Osei and Brendan Rogers, Deering’s Tim Callaghan, Henry Cossaboom, Dylan Graney, Miles Hibbard, Daniel Landry and Max Stratton, Falmouth’s Olin Archer, Bennett Calcagni, John Carpenter, Michael Hardy, Jason Hargesheimer, Alex Li and Andrew Nalchajian, Portland’s Nathan Blades, Elias Coleman, Josh Gribbin, Myles Hang, Maxwell Kierstead, Benjamin Prestes, Gabriel Winch, Asa Winter, Logan Watson and Nathaniel Wyman, Scarborough’s Jaxon Bradbury, Nathaniel Glidden, Brady Gobeil, Joseph Goodman, Samuel Guite, Jack Holland, Matthew Lemelin, Jersey Martin, Miguel Torres and Noah Wright and South Portland’s George Aldrich, Ryan Gildart, Henry Risch, Che-Hao Saito, Jacob Uhde and Miles Wetzel qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.

Class B champion Greely placed Charles Anania (javelin), Samuel Anania (pole vault), Jonah Guibord (110 hurdles and 300 hurdles), Thomas Leggat-Barr (racewalk), Alexander Mendoza (long jump), Owen Partridge (400) and its 4×100 (Gaelan Lucey, Guibord, Logan Vergara and Samuel Kim), 4×400 (Mendoza, Charles Anania, Guibord and Partridge) and 4×800 (William Coull, Connor Skillin, Cade Potts and Partridge) relay squads on the WMC Division I first-team, along with Yarmouth’s Justin Dawes (100) and Ethan Hoffman (200 and shot put).

The second-team included Freeport’s Alex Gilbert (mile) and Reece Perry (discus and pole vault), Greely’s Kim (100 and 200), Lucey (long jump), Mendoza (high jump and triple jump), Charles Anania (300 hurdles) and Gavin Byrne (400) and Yarmouth’s 4×100 relay team (Sam Gardner, Hoffman, Colby Ting and Ward Jenkins).

In Division II, NYA/MCW’s Nate Barmby (800) and Leighton Doyle (400) made the second-team.

Boys’ tennis


Falmouth’s Matt Morneault helped the Navigators to a repeat Class A state title and was named an SMAA all-star in the process. Derek Davis / Portland Press Herald

Falmouth’s boys’ tennis team repeated as Class A state champion and placed Matthew Morneault on the SMAA singles first-team. He was joined by Deering’s Vivaan Churiwalla and Scarborough’s Ethan Stockwell.

Cheverus’ Anton Behuniak, Portland’s Will Guerin and South Portland’s Micah Yarlott made the second-team.

Falmouth’s Charlie Wolak and Eli Sidhu and Karl Chamberlain and Raymond Li made the SMAA doubles first-team.

Cheverus’ Anton Behuniak and Peter Wycoff, Falmouth’s Karl Chamberlain, Johnny Hwang, Daniel Kim, Raymond Li and Charlie Wolak, Portland’s George Ayer, Askar Azeez, Ford Myers and Kieran Sullivan, Scarborough’s Sridhar Atragada and Dylan Duhamel-Martin and South Portland’s Brady Hulsey qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.

In the WMC, Yarmouth, after winning Class B for the fifth straight season, placed Alexander Gordon and James Hartnett on the first-team, along with Cape Elizabeth’s Gabe Berman, Freeport’s Teo Steverlycnk-Horne, Greely’s Charles Segal and Jeff Adey of now 16-time Class C champion Waynflete.

The second-team included Cape Elizabeth’s Theo Rodrigues, Freeport’s Owen Rusiecki, Greely’s Logan Guay, NYA’s Jack Hebert, Waynflete’s Basil DeBendetto and Yarmouth’s Andi Cobaj.


Cape Elizabeth’s Owen Bromage and Kenyon Smith, Greely’s Tommy Leggat-Barr and Willy Young and Yarmouth’s Chris Augur and John Nicholas were named WMC doubles all-stars.

Girls’ tennis

Yarmouth’s Sofia Mavor won the girls’ tennis singles state title and was a league all-star as well. Gregory Rec / Portland Press Herald

On the girls’ side, Falmouth’s Sofia Kirtchev made the SMAA singles first-team after helping the Navigators to the Class A state title.

The second-team included Falmouth’s Gracyn Mick, Sophia Turker and Charlotte Williamson, Scarborough’s Sanibel Shinners and South Portland’s Ryan Richambault.

Falmouth’s Mary McPheeters and Jenna Nunley and Gracyn Mick and Gwen Long made the SMAA doubles first-team.

Falmouth’s Carley Iannetta and Adele Gamage were named to the SMAA doubles second-team.


Cheverus’ Carolyn Bolduc, Meredith Cloutier, Lillian Hanley, Lauren Kutz and Sofia Pothier, Deering’s Olivia Chong, Petra Lo-Sears and Mina Nicholson, Falmouth’s Melanie Bixby, Adele Gamage, Avery Matthews, Mary McPheeters, Gracyn Mick, Jenna Nunley, Libby Parker and Charlotte Williamson, Portland’s Miradie Nguala and Ema Nicholas, Scarborough’s Talia Borelli, Rayann Chamberlain, Isabella Cosma, Lillian Desjardins, Lana Djuranovic, Sanibel Shinners, Julia Strouse and Brooke Wardrop and South Portland’s Kaitlyn Foster and Ryan Richambault qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.

In the WMC, Cape Elizabeth’s Maddie Hansen and Aurora Milton, Greely’s Emma Lindsay and Isobel Wright, Waynflete’s Lucy Hart and Yarmouth’s Sofia Mavor, the singles state champion, made the first-team.

Second-teamers included Greely’s Amara Quimby, NYA’s Greta Tod and Yarmouth’s Adea Cobaj and Sabina Petrucci.

Cape Elizabeth’s Emma Gebhart and Gillam Lench, Waynflete’s Elefe Angle, Sara Levenson, Luccia Moraes and Jenny Morrill and Yarmouth’s Barbara Day and Lila McNaughton were named WMC doubles all-stars.

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