2014-03-21 / Letters

Youth should be noted

To the editor:

Within one week of each high school sports season ending, the players and coaches from each of the teams who competed against one another meet to determine which team they vied against demonstrated the best sportsmanship. The results from each school are sent to the Maine State Principals Association with the winner announced during the state championships.

South Portland residents should be proud that over the past few years at least one South Portland athletic team has been awarded the sportsmanship honor for their sport. This year is no exception.

The 2014 boys indoor track team was awarded the sportsmanship prize for track. When you see the following fellows in school and about town, take the time to congratulate them for being such great ambassadors for both the school and community: Isaiah Anderson, Jake Angell, Kervens Anthoine, Jon Bagley, Nick Belanger, Noah Blake, Luch Bol, Cam Brown, Max Carr, James Carter, Patrick Conroy, Michael Cuesta, Henry Curran, Bryan Currie, Gavin Damian-Loring, Michael Foster, Dominic Galli, Joe Gleason, Jacob Guay, Danny Guiliani, T-Moe Hellier, Griffin Henderson, Calvin Laber-Smith, Jack Loring, Trenton Lloyd-Rees, Marcus Mainit, Jacob Maloney, Ponnary Men, Ben Michaud, Brad Mileson, Michael Myrick, Duncan Preston, Jack Salamone, Jeremiah Sanville, Michael Senesombath, Maseeullah Shahid, Steven Smith, Sam Solomon, Sidiki Stewart, Anthony Tran and Dan Woodhouse.

Marilyn Reilly
South Portland

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