Several local athletes took part in the 66th New England outdoor track championship meet Saturday in Burlington, Vt. Greely’s Michael Burgess led the way with a fifth-place finish in the shot put (53 feet) and was 21st in the discus (135-9). Teammate Jack Fellows was seventh in the shot put (52-2.25). Falmouth’s Jacob Buhelt was 15th in the 200 (23.28 seconds) and 22nd in the 100 (11.61). Teammate Andrew Kowalsky came in 17th in the javelin (152-8).
Falmouth’s Brandon Tuttle was 18th in the javelin (151-1). NYA’s Alex Coffin placed 19th in the 800 (1 minute, 59.42 seconds). NYA’s Mohamed Dahia was 22nd in the 110 hurdles (16.07). Greely’s 3,200 relay team (Liam Campbell, Nester Taylor, Nathan Madeira and Isaac Emery) came in 22nd (8:24.76). NYA’s 3,200 relay squad (Evan Kendall, Grant McPherson, Asad Dahia and Brian Trelegan) was 32nd (8:48.61).
On the girls’ side, Falmouth’s Jenna Serunian set the pace, placing sixth in the shot put (39-4.5). Teammate Katie Sparks came in 14th (36-4). Greely’s Katherine Harrington was 18th in the discus (99-4). NYA’s Hillary Detert placed 26th in the two-mile (12:25.88). Greely’s 3,200 relay team (Sarah Fitch, Jessica Wilson, Melissa Jacques and Kirstin Sandreuter) was 23rd (10:16.24).
The inaugural Air It Out Passing Academy football camp for offensive and defensive skill players, run by Scarborough football coach Lance Johnson and former Portland High and current Wesleyan University quarterback Andrew Lieberman, will be held this summer in Scarborough. Players will get personal instruction, play 7-on-7 and get advice on college recruiting. A camp for high schoolers will be held June 27-30. Middle school camp runs from July 25-28. A youth camp will run Aug. 8-11. FMI, airitoutpassingacademy.com.
The Greely Hockey Boosters are holding their 16th annual golf tournament Thursday, June 23 at 8 a.m., at Toddy Brook Golf Course in North Yarmouth. The format is a four-person scramble. Cost is $340 per foursome or $85 per individual, which includes cart and buffet lunch. FMI, 829-4630 or email@example.com.
Registration for the Freeport football season, PeeWee through high school, will be held Friday from 6-8 p.m. at the Freeport Recreation Field on Pownal Road. High school players will be hosting FUN skills and drills stations for younger players. FMI, 865-2952 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Downeast Lacrosse Camp for girls entering grades 3-9 will be held June 20-24 at the Yarmouth High turf field. The camp is conducted by Yarmouth varsity coach Dorothy Holt, assistant Cameron Powell and Colby College player Lucy Gerrity. Tuition is $122 and includes a T-shirt. There will also be a co-ed Sticklets camp for boys and girls entering grades K-2 the same days at the field hockey field. That camp is conducted by Yarmouth assistant Jill Thomas. Tuition is $50 and includes a T-shirt. FMI, 846-2406 or yarmouthcommunityservices.org.
New Balance is presenting the Maine Distance Gala Friday at Bowdoin College in Brunswick. Former Portland High standout Sintayehu Taye and Bangor’s Riley Masters will be attempting to run a sub-4-minute mile. Entry cost is $10. FMI, headcountreg.com/meet/269.
Freeport High School has openings for coaches in boys’ first team soccer, girls’ JV soccer, girls’ first team soccer, assistant varsity football and boys’ first team basketball. Durham Middle School is seeking coaches for boys’ soccer, boys’ “A” and “B” basketball, baseball, cheering, Nordic skiing and outing club and Freeport Middle School needs coaches for 7th grade field hockey, 8th grade boys’ soccer, head and assistant football, Alpine skiing and cheering. FMI, email@example.com.