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    JUNE 17: South Portland teammates enjoy a brief celebration with the Western Class A championship championship trophy. They know there is more work to be done, and know their opponent in the state title game, Brunswick, from last year's game.

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    JUNE 17: Kam Andrews of South Portland celebrates after scoring a goal in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's win over Thornton Academy.

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    JUNE 17: Chris Camire of Thornton Academy makes a great effort but can't stop a shot by South Portland's Andrew Whipple that finds the top right corner of the net during the first quarter.

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    JUNE 17: Kennebunk’s Kyra Schwartzman and Jenny Bush celebrate after beating Falmouth, 9-7, to win the Western Maine Class B championship in Falmouth on Wednesday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 17: Kennebunk’s Hailey Fecko and Falmouth’s Elizabeth Goodrich battle for a loose ball during Wednesday's regional championship game in Falmouth.

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    JUNE 17: Kennebunk’s Hailey Fecko and Falmouth’s Sydney Bell battle for the ball during Kennebunk's 9-7 win in the Western Maine Class C championship game.

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    JUNE 17: South Portland co-captains Matthew Beecher (left) and Henry Curran receive the regional championship trophy after their 2-1 win over Portland on Wednesday at St. Joseph's College in Standish.

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    JUNE 17: South Portland second baseman Sam Solomon throws to first base to complete a double play after forcing Portland base runner Ryan Ruhlin in the fourth inning.

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    JUNE 17: Scarborough team captains Sofia Burnham, Ashley Gleason and Brittanly Plowman celebrate with their regional championship trophy. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 17: Katie Verreault of Scarborough slides safely into second base as shortstop Brooke Cross of Thornton Academy collects the throw. Scarborough will take an unbeaten record into the state final Saturday against Brunswick. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 17: Thornton Academy second baseman Libby Pomerleau prepares to tag out Scarborough baserunner Cloe Griffin in the first inning. Backing up the play was TA shortstop Brooke Cross. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 16: Greely's Justin Leeman slides across the plate to score the game-tying run in the fifth inning of Tuesday's Class B West title game. The Rangers won, 3-1, against top-ranked Cape Elizabeth.

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    JUNE 16: Cape Elizabeth shortstop Tim Brigham throws to first base after forcing Greely base runner Miles Shields to complete a double play in the first inning of Tuesday's game at St. Joseph’s College in Standish.

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    JUNE 16: Greely pitcher Will Bryant picked up the win in Tuesday's Western Maine Class B championship game, pitching a five-hitter over eight innings.

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    JUNE 16: It’s time to celebrate for Yarmouth, which shut out Fryeburg 1-0 Tuesday for the Western Class B softball title. The Clippers will play Hermon Saturday for the state title.

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    JUNE 16: Yarmouth pitcher Mari Cooper shut out Fryeburg Academy on just four hits in the regional title game and didn't walk a batter. She struck out seven.

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    JUNE 16: Fryeburg Academy's Hailey Hudson barely beats the tag by Yarmouth shortstop Andrea St. Pierre on a pickoff attempt in the third inning of Tuesday's regional championship game.

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    JUNE 13: Scarborough players celebrate after securing a 6-5 win over Biddeford in the Western Class A softball semifinals on JUne 13. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Biddeford’s Erin Martin slides safely into third as Scarborough’s Maggie Murphy waits for the throw during the Red Storm’s 6-5 win Saturday in Scarborough.

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    JUNE 13: South Portland Ben Conti looks to the umpire for the call, which was safe, while colliding with Marshwood catcher Luke Stankovich at home in the seventh inning at Marshwood in the Western Class A semifinals. Photo by Jill Brady/Staff Photographer)

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    JUNE 13: Noah McDaniel of Marshwood tags out Jacob Brown of South Portland at second base in the fourth inning of South Portland’s 9-8 win Saturday in a Western Class A semifinal at South Berwick. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer.

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    JUNE 13: Lena Rich of North Yarmouth Academy returns a shot during her 6-0, 6-2 victory against Courtney Parent of Van Buren in the No. 1 singles match during NYA’s 5-0 victory. Michael C. York photo

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    JUNE 13: Peter Michalakes, left, and Stephen Epstein of Waynflete compete during Waynflete’s 4-1 victory against George Stevens Academy in the Class C boys’ tennis finals Saturday at Lewiston. Michael C. York photo

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    JUNE 13: Isaac Salas celebrates with his Waynflete teammates after the Flyers beat George Stevens Academy 4-1 Saturday at Lewiston High School to win their eighth consecutive Class C boys’ tennis state championship. Michael C. York photo

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    JUNE 13: The faces change and the schools change – this year it’s North Yarmouth Academy – but one thing stays constant. No Eastern Class C team has won a girls’ tennis state championship. Michael C. York photo

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    JUNE 13: Isabelle Ury of Marshwood, left, competes for a loose ball with Julianna Grondin of Thornton Academy during the second half of Marshwood’s 4-2 victory in a Western Class A girls’ lacrosse semifinal. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Thornton Academy goalie Allie Spinney waits for a shot by Lindsey Poirier of Marshwood as Kailey Dubuque defends. Jill Brady/Etaff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Thornton Academy's Lauren Wells follows Marshwood's Korinne Bohunsky as she carries the ball in second half girls lacrosse semifinal at Marshwood. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Kate Hall of Lake Region competes in the 100-meter dash at the New England Track and Field Championships at Thornton Academy in Saco on Saturday. Hall won in 11.41 seconds. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Javelin thrower Jack Bouchard of York was one of four Maine athletes who won events Saturday at the New England track and field championships at Thornton Academy, claiming the title with a throw of 196 feet, 1 inch. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Kate Hall of Lake Region extends into the long jump pit during a day in which she broke meet records in the 100 and long jump and placed second in the 200. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Dan Guiliani of South Portland set a meet record in the shot put with a throw of 64 feet, 2 inches on his last attempt. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 13: Oak Hill’s Drew Gamage finished third in the triple jump with a best jump of 46-1 , joining eight other Maine athletes who posted top-three results at the New England championships. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer.

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    JUNE 11: Zach Fortin, right, of Portland is greeted by George Chaison-Lapine after scoring during the four-run fifth inning that made the difference against Deering. Portland will meet Falmouth in the semifinals at 1 p.m. Saturday at Hadlock. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 11: Portland shortstop Jake Knop throws to first after tagging out Dom Bernard of Deering at second base during the fifth inning of Portland’s 4-3 come-from-behind victory in a Western Class A quarterfinal at Hadlock Field. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 11: Deering third baseman James Sinclair collides with John Williams of Portland during the fifth inning. The ball got away on the play and Fortin was able to score.

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    JUNE 11: Colleen Sullivan of Yarmouth slides safely into second for a stolen base as Leavitt’s Kassie Murch fields the throw Thursday during their Western Class B softball quarterfinal. Yarmouth won, 6-0.

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    JUNE 11: Yarmouth pitcher Mari Cooper was in control from start to finish, striking out nine while limiting Leavitt to three hits as the fourth-seeded Clippers earned a semifinal date with No. 1 Greely on Saturday.

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    JUNE 11: Olivia Leavitt of Falmouth won at No. 1 singles to help the Yachtsmen defeat Scarborough 4-1 and return to the Class A state final for the second straight year after six straight state titles in Class B.

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    JUNE 11: Falmouth No. 1 singles player Aiden McGrory pounds a backhand in the Western Maine Class A team tennis championships at Bates. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    JUNE 11: Alex Klemperer, the No. 2 singles player for Falmouth as a freshman, returns a volley to Carlos Jimenez of Thornton Academy during Jimenez’s three-set victory Thursday. Klemperer is part of a team that will meet Mt. Ararat on Saturday in an attempt to win a second straight Class A state championship.

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    JUNE 11: Victor Menezes, the No. 1 player for Thornton Academy, knew the overall title was decided by the time he got on the court, but gave his all to win his final high school match.

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    JUNE 10: Max Coffin of Cheverus, right, tries to elude Jason Nielsen of Windham during their quarterfinal round playoff game.

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    JUNE 10: Windham’s Alec Emerson drives with the ball as Tom Lawson of Cheverus, left, and Fritz Gemmer move in during Wednesday’s Eastern Class A quarterfinal. Cheverus won, 15-7.

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    JUNE 10: McAuley’s Elizabeth Poulin tries to take control of the ball as Messalonskee defenders close in during the first half of an Eastern Class A quarterfinal game Wednesday at Thomas College in Waterville. Messalonskee won, 14-4.

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    JUNE 10: Grayson Post of Westbrook makes a diving but unsuccessful bid for a goal Wednesday night as Gorham goalie Carter Landry, who made 11 saves in a 12-11 victory, stands his ground.

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    JUNE 10: Thornton Academy’s Dorina Sirois controls the ball against South Portland in Wednesday’s Western Class A girls’ lacrosse quarterfinal at Saco. Thornton trailed 3-1 at halftime before its big second-half surge.

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    JUNE 10: Thornton Academy’s Alana Pettaway, Hannah McAlary and Addy Paradis celebrate after defeating South Portland 9-6 in girls’ Western Class A quarterfinal on Wednesday at Saco. The Trojans trailed 3-1 at halftime, but had a big second half.

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    June 9: Kevin Goldberg of Deering dives back to first on a pickoff attempt as Jared Brooks of Cheverus waits for the throw in Tuesday’s Western Class A baseball prelim. Deering won, 12-2.

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    June 9: Sam Luebbert of Deering pitched a five-hitter with seven strikeouts in leading the Rams to their first playoff win since 2010.

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    June 9: Matt LaPoint of Cheverus attempts to turn a double play as Patrick Viola of Deering slides into second base Tuesday. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer)

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    June 9: Windham #24 Sadie Nelson is congratulated by teammates after hitting a home run in the third inning vs. Gorham softball at Windham playoff game Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    June 9: Julia Treadwell used what she felt was probably her best change-up of the season to stifle Marshwood on Tuesday.

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    June 9: Windham batter Lauren Talbot watches as Katie Hunter slides into home to score as Gorham catcher Noelle Dibiase just misses the throw in the sixth inning at Windham Tuesday. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    June 8: NYA goalie Scout Fischman blocks a shot on goal as NYA hosts Yarmouth in the final regular season game of the girls' lacrosse season. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Xiaoyu Victor Yang of Freyburg competes in the high jump during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Chris Cote of Waterville crosses the finish line to win the 1600 meter run during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: The York 4x100-meter relay team celebrates their victory in the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. Left to right are Katherine Bullock, Samantha Robinson, Charlotte Reilly and Maddie Amidon.Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Kate Hall of Lake Region competes in the long jump during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: York's Samantha Robinson crosses the finish line first in the 4x100-meter relay during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. To the right of Robinson is Cassidy Hill of Belfast. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Jack Bouchard of York throws the javelin during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Sarah Shoulta, center of Waterville is the first to the final hurdle of the 300 meter hurdles during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. To the left of Shoulta is Melissa Kessel of Camden Hills and to the right is Lydia Harris of Lincoln Academy. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Kate Hall of Lake Region competes in the 100 meter dash during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: York's Tucker Corbett crosses the finish line first during the 400 meter dash during the Class B Track State Championship in Bath Saturday, June 6, 2015. To the left is Ralph Magnani of MDI. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Mt. Blue's Aaron Willingham out paced the field to win the 3200 meter run. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Owen Concaugh crosses the finish line to win the boy's 4X800 relay for Messalonskee. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Thornton Academy's Alex Hart gets hugs from teammate's including Abby Runnels following her win in the 400 meter dash. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Biddeford's Justin Gagnon took top honors in winning the boys 110 meter hurdles. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Windham's Alexis Wintel clears the high jump bar to win the event. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Lewiston's Isiah Harris won the 200 meter dash event. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Lewiston's Hassan "Speedy" Mohamed edged out sprinters from Windham and Westbrook to win the 100 meter dash. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: South Portland's Juliana Selser sprinted to a win in the girls 800 meter run. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Thornton Academy shot putter Victoria Lux won the girls shot put event. ( John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Gorham's Anna Slater was the winner in the girls 1600 meter run. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Cheverus' Jake Dixon set a new state record in the boy's 400 meter dash. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Thornton Academy's takes the baton from a teammate on the third leg of the 100 meter relay and went on to help his team win the event. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: South Portland shot put thrower Daniel Guiliani set a new state record in the event. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Brunswick High School distance runner Tessa Cassidy won the girls 3200 meter run. (Photo by John Ewing/Staff Photographer)

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. A happy Alexis Wintel, of Windham, reacts to her winning jump in girls high jump event. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Class A state championship track meet at Mount Ararat High School. Messalonskee's pole vaulter, Tyler Lenintine, clears the bar in the pole vault event. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    June 6: Maine Central Institute’s Eric Hathaway finished second in the javelin with a throw of 163-0 and won the state title in the shot put with a throw of 52-7 .

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    June 6: Oak Hill’s Drew Gamage finished second in the high jump with a leap of 6 feet at the Class C state meet Saturday in Yarmouth. Gamage also set a Class C record in the triple jump.

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    June 6: Kents Hill’s Leila Alfaro clears a hurdle during the 100 hurdles. Alfaro finished third with a time of 15.99 seconds. Kylene DeSmith of Seacoast Christian won the event in 15.80, to go along with a victory in the triple jump.

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    June 6: NYA’s Muriel Adams had reason to smile after breaking the state record in the discus with a throw of 128-7.

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