Top Freeport spring athletes honored

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Freeport’s top spring athletes were recently honored at the RSU5 Spring Sports Awards.

Baseball gave its Most Improved Player award to Caleb Rice. Max Doughty won the Coach’s award. Caiden Shea took home the Booster’s Pride and Character award. The Kovall Wentworth award went to Peter Lamagna.

The junior varsity team gave Athletic Excellence awards to Austin Langley and Caleb Salter-Gurau. Cody Vachon won the JV Booster’s Pride and Character award.

Softball’s Coach’s award went to Bailey Karnes and Kaitlin Johnson. Morgan Karnes took home the Booster’s Pride and Character award. Softball also won a Maine Principals’ Association Sportsmanship banner.

The JV Athletic Excellence awards were given to Keegan Chandler and Hope Therrien. Kelsey Barret won the JV Booster’s Pride and Character award.

In boys’ lacrosse, the Head, Heart and Hustle award went to Evan Donald and Brady LaFrance. Sam Wogan won the Booster’s Pride and Character award. 

The JV team gave Athletic Excellence awards to Nate Thomas and Andrew St. John and the Booster’s Pride and Character award to Brenden Qualls.

Girls’ lacrosse gave Courtney Broderick the Most Valuable Player Offensive award. The Booster’s Pride and Character award went to Elizabeth Martin. Emily Johnson won the Hustle award. The team also won the Sportsmanship banner from the MPA.

The JV team gave Athletic Excellence awards to Taylor Dostie and Izzy Masison. Abby Arruda won the Booster’s Pride and Character award.

In outdoor track, the Finish Line award went to Erik Brobst and Hannah Schnyder. The Starting Block award was given to Henry Jaques and Johanna Bogue-Marlowe. Booster’s Pride and Character awards went to Maddie Squibb and Chandler Wyman.

In boys’ tennis, Charlie Zachau was given the Most Improved Player award. Seth Breton receive the Coach’s Award. Nate Small took home the Booster’s Pride and Character award.

In girls’ tennis, Leah Harrison was named Most Valuable Player. Caleigh Breton receive Most Improved. Hannah Williams took home the Booster’s Pride and Character award. The team also won the Sportsmanship banner from the MPA.

Maine Interscholastic Association of Athletic Administrators’ Academic and Athletic Excellence awards went to Caleb Abbott and Emily Johnson.

Abbott and Johnson were also named the All Sports Booster’s Senior Athletes of the Year.

Abbott, Johnson, Ryder Bennell, Elizabeth Martin, Blake Enrico and Hannah Williams earned All Sports Booster’s Scholarships.

At Freeport Middle School, Athletic Excellence awards were given to the following:

8th grade boys’ lacrosse Alex Les and Logan Holt.
7th grade boys’ lacrosse Damon Butler and Sam Larochelle.
8th grade girls’ lacrosse Margaret Perrotta and Margaret Ryan.
7th grade girls’ lacrosse Paige Rinaldi and Ava Fox.
8th grade baseball Jack Mullen and Toby Holt.
7th grade baseball Ian Capen and Thomas Mosier.
8th grade softball Kelsey Williams and Grace Lamagna.
7th grade softball Hannah Spaulding and Alexys Langley.
Track Tara Migliaccio and Nick Mitch. 

Sports Booster’s Pride and Character awards went to:

8th grade boys’ lacrosse Evan Owen.
7th grade boys’ lacrosse Henry Haverkamp.
8th grade girls’ lacrosse Rebecca Pierce.
7th grade girls’ lacrosse Piper Sherbert.
8th grade baseball Bobby Sawyer.
7th grade baseball Thomas Robinson.
8th grade softball Brooke Toothaker.
7th grade softball Abby Brier.
Track Grace Lamagna.

Durham Community School Tiger Pride awards went to:

Baseball Hunter Demers, Brian Riquier and Josh Burke.
Softball Alexa Koenig, Adella Triffin and Anna Labbe. 
Outdoor track Kylie Stuflick, Paige Gelhar, Emily Larochelle, Ramie Asselyn, Deven Hannan and Nick Mithc. 

Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at mhoffer@theforecaster.net. Follow him on Twitter: @foresports.

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