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After a competitive season, Freeport’s winter athletes were recently honored at the school’s Winter Sports Awards.
The boys’ basketball team gave its Coaches’ award to Nathan Pelletier, its Most Improved award to Ethan Sclar and its Booster’s Pride and Character award to Eli Fox.
The junior varsity squad gave Athletic Excellence awards to Josh Burke and Toby Holt and the Booster’s Pride and Character award to Joey Burke.
The first team gave Athletic Excellence awards to Erickson Shea and Shea Wagner and its Booster’s Pride and Character award to Caleb Barrett.
The girls’ basketball team gave its Most Improved Player award to Regan Lynch, its Lady Falcon award to Jessica Driscoll and the Booster’s Pride and Character award to Jess Wall.
The JV team’s Athletic Excellence awards went to Alexa Koenig and Brooke Toothaker and Booster’s Pride and Character award to Becca Pierce.
Boys’ hockey, which is part of a co-op team with South Portland and Waynflete, gave the Harry Clark award to Atticus Patrick.
Girls’ hockey, which is part of a co-op team with Yarmouth and Gray-New Gloucester, gave Most Improved Player awards to Madison McCallum and Miranda O’Shea.
Indoor track Finish Line awards went to Erik Brobst and Maddie Squibb. Starting Block awards went to Abigail King and Nicholas Mitch. Booster’s Pride and Character awards went to Max Heathco and Hannah Schnyder.
Alpine skiing Athletic Excellence awards went to Griffin Agnese and Kaia Williams. Booster’s Pride and Character awards were given to Isaac Salisbury and Anna Sawicki.
Nordic skiing’s Most Valuable Skier was Lily Johnston. Alison Greuel was named Most Improved. Boys’ Coaches’ awards went to Kyle Dorsey and Yacob Olins. Booster’s Pride and Character awards went to Perrin Davidson and Lily Horne.
Cheering’s Coaches’ award went to Kasey Erlebach. Tabatha Sabans won Most Improved. The Booster’s Pride and Character award went to Sarah Minnihan.
Max Thomas Scholarship awards went to Lily Johnston and Isaac Salisbury.
Lily Johnston and Caiden Shea were given Western Maine Conference Citizenship awards.
Freeport Middle School gave Athletic Excellence awards to the following athletes:
Alpine skiing Maisey St. Cyr and Parker Landsbergen
Nordic skiing Caitlyn Keliher
8th grade boys’ basketball Joey Driscoll and Damon Butler
7th grade boys’ basketball Danny Fox and Aidan Michaud
‘A’ team boys’ basketball Keagan Shea and Tony Casale
8th grade girls’ basketball Sarah Gray and Catriona Gould
7th grade girls’ basketball Meghan Driscoll and Mason Baker
Cheering Amy Ulrickson and Jasmine Ferrante
Freeport Middle School gave Booster’s Pride and Character awards to the following athletes:
Alpine skiing Parker Hall
Nordic skiing Tom Robinson
8th grade boys’ basketball Ian Capen
7th grade boys’ basketball Joseph Coleman
‘A’ team boys’ basketball Tucker LaPointe
8th grade girls’ basketball Alexis Langley
7th grade girls’ basketball Rachel Wall
Cheering Justice Cunningham
Durham Community School gave Tiger Pride awards to the following athletes:
Girls’ ‘A’ basketball Hannah Groves, Maggie Riendeau and Caroline Smith
Girls’ ‘B’ basketball Jaclyn Burke, Emily Pagnano and Courtney Smith
Boys’ ‘A’ basketball Jackson Carr, Alex Helie and Sam Larochelle
Boys’ ‘B’ Red basketball Logan Foster, Liam Love and Finn Sharpe
Boys’ ‘B’ White basketball Gage Arsenault, Jack Kelly and Owen Pike