Several local athletes took part in the 66th New England outdoor track championship meet Saturday in Burlington, Vt. Deering’s Bryan White placed eighth in the shot put (51 feet). Cheverus’ Jack Terwilliger came in eighth in the mile (4 minutes, 19.18 seconds). Kane Molleo was 22nd in the javelin (141-9). Matt Cushing was 27th in the javelin (134-0). The Stags boys’ 3,200 relay team was 28th, as Lars Murphy, Lukas Temple, Adam Zieba and Chris Jerome posted a time of 8:31.46. On the girls’ side, Cheverus’ Katie Shapiro came in sixth in the discus (114-7). Caroline Summa tied for 10th in the high jump (5-0). The Stags 1,600 relay squad (Allison Thomas, Summa, Lizzie Gwilym and Annie Slattery) placed 25th (4:17.40). The 400 relay team (Armani Alonzo, Thomas, Taylor Spang and Summa) was 27th (52.43 seconds). Deering’s Ella Ramonas was 16th in the 800 (2:23.29).
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.