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Freeport spring standouts honored

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Freeport spring standouts honored

Freeport recently bestowed awards on its top spring athletes.

The baseball team gave its Heart of the Falcons award to Spencer Egan. Jared Knighton won the Falcon Pride award. Connor Dietrich took home the Booster's Pride and Character Award.

The junior varsity baseball team gave Athletic Excellence awards to Dan Burke and Thomas Cyr, while D.J. Mooney won the Booster's Pride and Character award.

Softball's Most Valuable Player was Leigh Wyman. Jessica Kane was named Most Improved Player. Whitney Bibeau took home the Booster's Pride and Character award.

The JV squad gave Athletic Excellence awards to K.C. Breed and Laura Ramage. Brina Dillon won the Booster's Pride and Character award.

The boys' lacrosse team enjoyed a run to the Eastern B semifinals this spring. Coaches' awards went to Jackson Dodge and Josh Sturtevant. Thomas Dorsey won the Booster's Pride and Character award.

The JV team gave its Athletic Excellence award to Sam Farrar and its Booster's Pride and Character Award to Jordan Roy.

Girls' lacrosse's Rookie of the Year was Jocelyn Davee. Kayla Thurlow was named Most Improved Player. Shelby Colvin got the Booster's Pride and Character award.

The JV Booster's Pride and Character award went to Tallie Martin.

Outdoor track and field gave Finish Line awards to Chris Anthony and Bryn Gallagher, Starting Line awards to Victor Skoropa and Caroline Rowell and Booster's Pride and Character awards to Nate Pfeffer and Kaylon Brown.

Boys' tennis gave Coaches' awards to Jake Albright and Ian Connelly. Chris West received the Booster's Pride and Character award.

Girls' tennis gave Coaches' awards to Erin Hall and Marissa Lewis. Sarah West took home the Booster's Pride and Character award.

Henry Loughlin and Hannah Schuchert were named the All-Sports Boosters Senior Athletes of the Year.

Loughlin and Schuchert, along with Adrian Baker, Kiera Berkemeyer, Jackson Dodge, Thomas Dorsey, Hannah Goodenow and Eric Wold were All-Sports Boosters scholarship recipients.

Kayla Bibeau, Whitney Bibeau, Kaylon Brown, Shelby Colvin, Ian Connelly, Hannah Goodenow, Lauren Parker, Hannah Schuchert, Josh Sturtevant and Lucy Whitacre all qualified for the Western Maine Conference's All-Academic team.

Middle school honors

Middle School students were given awards as well. Here's a look:

Athletic Excellence

8th grade boys' lacrosse Mark Donahue and Harry Stivers
7th grade boys' lacrosse Ramsey Dodge and Jake Perry
8th grade girls' lacrosse Meredith Broderick and Shelby Sawyer
7th grade girls' lacrosse Emily Johnson and Lizzy Munroe
8th grade baseball A.J. Daniel and Nick Nelsonwood
7th grade baseball Nathaniel Cyr and Jacob Farmer
8th grade softball Lexi Deitrich and Lucy Soule
7th grade softball Jill Baker and Katherine Parsons

Sports Booster's Pride and Character

8th grade boys' lacrosse Adam Brobst
7th grade boys' lacrosse Brian Sayward
8th grade girls' lacrosse Emily Sturtevant
7th grade girls' lacrosse Maggie Davis
8th grade baseball Niko DiFazio
7th grade baseball Jake Salter-Gurau
8th grade softball Naomi Williams
7th grade softball Hannah Williams

Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at mhoffer@theforecaster.net