After a memorable spring sports season, Freeport honored many of its top athletes.
Baseball, which stole hearts and headlines en route to the first regional championship in program history, gave its Most Improved Award to Joey Burke, its Coach’s Award to Caiden Shea, the Booster’s Pride and Character Award to Max Doughty and the Kovall Wentworth Award to Jack Davenport.
The junior varsity baseball team gave Athletic Excellence Awards to Evan Marquis and Ben Sawyer and the Booster’s Pride and Character Award to Spencer Morse.
Softball gave Coach’s Awards to Bailey Karnes and Elizabeth Wiest. Morgan Karnes won the Booster’s Pride and Character Award.
The JV softball team gave Athletic Excellence Awards to Anna Labbe and Celia Migliaccio and the Booster’s Pride and Character Award to Hope Therrien.
Boys’ lacrosse gave its Head, Heart and Hustle Awards to Ed Lefebvre and Zachary Owen. Evan Owen won the Booster’s Pride and Character Award.
Girls’ lacrosse, which made the playoffs, gave its Head, Heart and Hustle Award to Lily Johnston, Most Reliable Player Award to Courtney Broderick and Booster’s Pride and Character Award to Lindsey Cartmell.
The JV girls’ lacrosse team gave Athletic Excellence Awards to Amela MacDonald and Maggie Ryan and the Booster’s Pride and Character Award to Mikaela Dorsey.
Outdoor track gave its Finish Line Award to Henry Jaques and Maddie Squibb. Starting Block Awards went to Griffin Agnese and Lillian Horne. Ben Cushman and Hannah Schnyder were given the Booster’s Pride and Character Award.
Boys’ tennis gave Coach’s Awards to Nathan Smail and Painter Soule and the Booster’s Pride and Character Award to Liam Gould.
Girls’ tennis gave its Rising Star Award to Meredith Dowling-Wolfe. Lindsey Dealaman was named Most Improved. The Booster’s Pride and Character Award went to Caleigh Breton.
Jack Davenport and Lily Johnston were named the All Sports Booster’s Senior Athletes of the Year.
Eli Fox was given the Campbell Football Conference Scholarship.
Jack Davenport won the Kovall-Wentworth Baseball Scholarship.
Sports Boosters Scholarships were given to Jack Davenport, Kasey Erlebach, Lily Johnston, Hannah Schnyder, Nathan Smail and Chandler Vincent.
Durham Community School gave Tiger Pride Awards to the following athletes:
Outdoor track Jensen Bartlett, Tessa Enrico, Alex Helie, Rachel McKittrick, Mitchell Parent and Mahlia Schenck.
Baseball Hunter Howe, Caleb Hunter and Toby Roy.
Softball Samantha LaCasse, Robin Merrill and Hannah Morris.
Freeport Middle School gave Athletic Excellence Awards to the following athletes:
8th grade boys’ lacrosse Jacob Gormely and Sam Tourigny.
8th grade girls’ lacrosse Tara Miglaccio and Molly Whelan.
7th grade boys’ lacrosse Ben Gormely and Brett Holden.
7th grade girls’ lacrosse Hannah Gray and Piper Noel.
8th grade baseball Gardy Converse and Will Mullen.
7th grade baseball Julian Gideon and Miles Penenka.
8th grade softball Sarah Gray and Alexis Langely.
7th grade softball Cadence Bourgoin and Allison Brown.
Boys’ indoor track Brett Holden and Tia Peterson.
Girls’ indoor track Jesse Bennell and Siham Mohammed.
Freeport Middle School gave Booster’s Pride and Character Awards to the following athletes:
Boys’ lacrosse Henry Havercamp.
8th grade girls’ lacrosse Catriona Gould.
7th grade girls’ lacrosse Meredith Feller.
8th grade baseball Tom Robinson.
7th grade baseball Chad Benedict.
8th grade softball Anna Whelan.
7th grade softball Brooke Palowski.
Damon Butler and Cationa Gould were named Freeport Middle School 8th grade Athletes of the Year.
Caiden Shea won Freeport’s baseball Coach’s Award for his efforts in helping the Falcons reach the Class B state final this spring.