GORHAM—Gorham picked up their fair share of awards this fall, as expected. Of course, the biggest stories on the Rams front came from the volleyball and boys soccer teams, both of which finished as State Runners-Up.
Boys Cross Country
SMAA Honorable Mention – Jake Sladen
SMAA All-Academic – Simon Roussel
Girls Cross Country
SMAA First Team – Iris Kitchen, Kate Tugman
SMAA All-Academic – Libby Knudsen
SMAA First Team – Sarah Stevens
SMAA Second Team – Faith Dillon, Lydia Gaudreau
SMAA Honorable Mention – Lydia McCrillis
SMAA Rookie of the Year – Molly Murray
SMAA First Team (Central Division) – Tyler Haines
SMAA Second Team (Central Division) – Trevor Loubier
SMAA Girls First Team – Lydia Drew
SMAA All-Academic – Sam Pocock
SMAA Offensive Player of the Year – Andrew Rent
SMAA Coach of the Year – Tim King
SMAA First Team – Andrew Rent (forward), Cooper Lyons (midfield), Grant Nadeau (back)
SMAA Second Team – Trevor Gray (goalie)
SMAA Honorable Mention – Ryan Farr (midfield), Brady King (back), Travis Matheson (back)
SMAA First Team – Hallie Shiers (forward), Emma Forgues (midfield)
SMAA Second Team – Avery Germond (back)
SMAA Coach of the Year – Emma Tirrell
SMAA First Team – Evelyn Kitchen, Katie O’Donnell, Meg Perry, Maiya Carlson
SMAA Second Team – Isabelle Kolb
SMAA Honorable Mention – Sara Slager
Football awards were unavailable at the time of this writing.
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Gorham superstar Andrew Rent battles in close on the Lewiston net during this fall’s State Final.
Captain Sarah Stevens played a critical role in assembling an excellent season for the Rams this fall.