2017-06-16 / Sports

SMAA reveals lacrosse, baseball All-Stars

FROM STAFF REPORTS

AUGUSTA — The Southwestern Maine Activities Association revealed its All-Conference teams for boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse and baseball on Wednesday afternoon, and York County was well-represented.

Boys Lacrosse

Thornton Academy’s Noah Edborg was selected to the first team attack while teammate C.J. LaBreck was selected to the first team at midfield. TA’s Cam Houde was also named to the first team for defense, while Sam Edborg was selected as the first team utility player.

TA’s Taylor Jipson was named to the honorable mention team for defense, along with Biddeford’s Gavin Power at attack and Massabesic’s Ethan Ouellette at midfield.

TA coach Ryan Hersey was named SMAA Coach of the Year.

Girls Lacrosse

Biddeford’s Paige Laverriere was named to the first team at attack, while Massabesic’s Morgan Pike, Emma Desrochers, Madi Drain, Logan Champlin and Sylar Renaud were also selected to the first team.

Joining the first team also was TA’s Amanda Cyr, Paige LeBlanc and Addy Paradis.

Biddeford’s Hailey Allen was the picked for the second team, along with teammates Serena Speight and Peyton McKeown. TA’s Cat Henaire and Mackenzie Basile were also named to the second team.

Sanford’s Eva Belanger and Biddeford’s Grace Boisvert were named to the honorable mention group. Members of the All-Rookie squad were TA’s Dana Sirois, Massabesic’s Cailyn Forrester, Biddeford’s Megan Mourmouras and Sanford’s Megan O’Connell.

Baseball

TA’s Evan Balzano was named to the first team at first base, while Biddeford’s Brady Crepeau was named to the first team as a pitcher.

Crepeau was also selected to the second team as a utility player, along with Sanford’s Frankie Veino who was selected to the second team as a pitcher and second baseman. TA’s Brogan Searle-Belanger was also named to the second team at third base.

Biddeford’s Joey Curit was an honorable mention, along with Massabesic’s Jake Gregoire, Sanford’s Nate Martineau and TA’s Luke Chessie.

Balzano was named the league batting champion, while Biddeford’s Keith LeBlanc was named Coach of the Year.

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