Waynflete honors top winter athletes

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After another strong winter sports season, Waynflete School recently honored its top athletes.

The girls’ basketball squad won 15 games and made it back to the regional final before losing to Madison. Senior standout Morgan Woodhouse, the Bob Butler Award winner and a Miss Maine Basketball semifinalist, received her team’s Most Valuable Player award. Lydia Stegemann was named Most Improved Player.

The junior varsity basketball squad gave its MIP to Amelia Mitchell.

The boys’ basketball team fell short of the playoffs, but was competitive throughout the year and wound up 7-9. Senior John Malia was given the MVP award. Coaches’ awards went to seniors Cecil Gardner and Bill Ngoal.

The JV team gave its MIP to Ben Shapiro. The Coaches’ award went to Peter Schnell.

Waynflete doesn’t have a girls’ hockey team, but a few Flyers competed with Cape Elizabeth and made a mark. Sasha Timpson was named MVP. Lucy Crane was given the Coaches’ award. Phoebe Suva was named Rookie of the Year.

The boys’ Nordic ski team wound up fifth at states. Nate Niles was named MVP. Matt Butler won the MIP award. The Coaches’ award went to Josh Espy.

The girls’ Nordic squad was sixth in the Class C. Chloe Rowse was named team MVP. Isabel Agnew won the MIP award. The Coaches’ award went to Hilary Niles.

Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at mhoffer@theforecaster.net

Lydia Stegemann was named the Waynflete girls’ basketball team’s Most Improved Player this winter.

Sports Editor of The Forecaster since 2001. Find detailed game stories at theforecaster.net. I tweet prodigiously at @foresports.