Freeport quarterback Josh Burke led his team to a resurgent season and was named a Campbell Conference all-star.
Yarmouth’s Katie Clemmer scored her share of big goals this fall, leading the Clippers to a Class B state title, and to no one’s surprise, she was named a WMC girls’ soccer all-star.
Falmouth’s Devon Sarazin had a superb senior season, scoring several key goals, and was named to the all-conference and all-state teams.
Greely’s Luke Marsanskis helped the Rangers to a Class B championship and qualified for the WMC all-star team in the process.
(Ed. Note: At press time, all-state teams for soccer and volleyball weren’t available. Those will be published at a later date)
A season of triumph on the gridiron, pitch, fields, trails, courts and courses of southern Maine resulted in many all-star mentions for local standouts.
Here’s a wrap-up:
All four local football teams made the playoffs this fall and each had players named to the Campbell Conference all-star team.
In Class B, Falmouth’s Garret Aube, Griffin Aube, Jack Bryant, Trey Fallon and Brandon Martin and Greely’s Paul Buchanan, Joey Cassell and Tim Coyle were honored.
Freeport’s Josh Burke and T.J. Morrill and Yarmouth’s Remi LeBlanc and John Thoma were named to the Class C squad.
Yarmouth’s boys’ soccer team won its third straight Class B title and placed Henry Coolidge, Matthew Dostie, Luke Groothoff and Eric LaBrie on the Western Maine Conference Class A/B all-star team. They were joined by Falmouth’s Nate Arrants, Olin Rhoads, Jack Scribner and Jonah Spiegel, Freeport’s Evan McKittrick and Eriksen Shea and Greely’s Chris Borden and Hunter Graham.
In Class C, North Yarmouth Academy’s Xander Bartone, Connor Clock and Jeremy Thelven were selected.
Falmouth’s Arrants, Rhoads and Spiegel were named to the Class A South all-region team.
Greely’s Borden and Graham and Yarmouth’s Coolidge, Dostie, Groothoff and LaBrie were chosen for the Class B South all-region team.
NYA’s Bartone made the Class C South all-region team.
Falmouth’s Rhoads and Spiegel, Greely’s Borden and Graham, NYA’s Bartone and Yarmouth’s Coolidge and Dostie represented the South in the Senior Bowl. Coolidge had a goal and an assist in a 9-5 victory.
On the girls’ side, the WMC Class A/B all-star team included Falmouth’s Delaney Goodell, Lucy Mahoney, Amelia Waite and Madison Wolf, Freeport’s Abby King and Emily Latulippe, Greely’s Skylar Cooney, Ellie Schad, Courtney Sullivan and Caroline Swaney and Ella Antolini, Katie Clemmer, Abby Condon, Sara D’Appolonia and Cory Langenbach of Class B state champion Yarmouth.
Falmouth’s Goodell was named to the Class A South all-region team.
Greely’s Clancy, Schad and Sullivan and Yarmouth’s Clemmer, Condon, D’Appolonia and Langenbach made the Class B South all-region team.
Yarmouth’s Clemmer, Condon and Langenbach represented the South in the Senior Bowl. The South prevailed, 2-1.
It was another highly successful field hockey season and all five local squads had players named to the WMC all-star team.
The Division I first-team included Falmouth’s Sydney Bell and Devon Sarazin, Greely’s Sydney Meredith-Pickett and Yarmouth’s Nicole McDowell and Taylor Robison.
Falmouth’s Maddie Rouhana, Freeport’s Chloe Davdison and Alexa Koenig, Greely’s Maddy Perfetti and Yarmouth’s Ally MacLeod and Abby McDowell were named to the Division I second-team.
North Yarmouth Academy’s Amber Rose and Savannah Shaw made the Division II first-team.
NYA’s Kiersten Marr and Hannah Twombly were named to the Division II second-team.
NYA’s Shaw was named WMC Class C Outstanding Player.
Freeport’s Megan Seymour and NYA’s Marr and Shaw qualified for the WMC All-Academic team.
Falmouth’s Bell and Sarazin, Greely’s Meredith-Pickett, NYA’s Shaw and Yarmouth’s Nicole McDowell made the Maine Field Hockey Association All-State team.
Falmouth’s Mary Budri, Kate Kelley, Maddie Rouhana, Lisa Smoluk and Olivia Stucker and NYA’s Kiersten Marr and Savannah Shaw qualified for the MFHA All-Academic team.
Class A champion Greely placed Molly Chapin, Kayley Cimino and Morgan Selby on the WMC all-star first-team. They were joined by Falmouth’s Madi Tait and Amanda Watson and Yarmouth’s Rachel Chillé and Alison Clark.
Falmouth’s Alaina Birkel, Greely’s Coco Petrone and NYA’s Jordan Ackerman and Suzanna Butterfield were named to the second-team.
The best cross country teams in the state this fall hailed from Forecaster Country and that was reflected by the WMC all-star team.
The boys’ first-team included Jeremiah Sands, John Auer and Conner Piers of Class A champion Falmouth, Freeport’s Henry Jaques and Yacob Olins, Tucker Pierce of Maine Coast Waldorf and Yarmouth’s Luke Laverdiere.
Second-team qualifiers included Falmouth’s Ben Wyman and Charlie Henning, Freeport’s Alex Les, Dylan Wu and Nick Neveu of MCW and Yarmouth’s Sammy Potter.
The Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches’ Association All-State team included Falmouth’s Sands, Freeport’s Jaques and Yarmouth’s Laverdiere.
Falmouth’s Auer and Piers were All-State honorable mentions.
The girls’ first-team included Katherine Leggat-Barr and Carolyn Todd of Class B state champion Greely, Falmouth’s Malaika Pasch and Yarmouth’s Abigail Hamilton and Anneka Murrin.
Falmouth’s Hannah Berzinis qualified for the second-team.
The MTCCCA All-State first-team included Falmouth’s Pasch, Greely’s Leggat-Barr and Todd and Yarmouth’s Hamilton and Murrin.
Falmouth’s Reed Lonsdale and Matt Adamowicz were named to the SMAA Northern Division golf first-team.
Falmouth’s Riley Lonsdale and Dex Dremann made the second-team.
Greely’s Tate Porter made the SMAA Central Division first-team.
Greely’s Joe Piwowarski was named to the SMAA Central Division second-team.
Greely’s Erin Holmes, Rachel Smith and Jenna Pavis made the girls’ first-team.
Falmouth’s Jack Hepburn, Reed Lonsdale and Liam Tucker qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.
The WMC golf all-conference team included Freeport’s Ethan Sclar and Yarmouth’s Ethan Haag.