Sports Shorts: Three Marshwood Graduates: Matt Brenner, Max McCoomb and Noah McDaniel, Make All-GNAC Baseball Team

May 11, 2017

Matt Brenner, who captained Suffolk to a third straight Great Northeast Athletic Conference title, is one of three former Marshwood High School standouts named to All-GNAC All-Star teams.

Brenner, a senior catcher from Eliot, Maine, sits among his team’s top three in every statistically category, hitting .344 (45-for-131) on the year to go along with nine doubles, four triples and a pair of home runs. He scored 35 runs on the season, while driving in a team-best 33.

Suffolk (25-13) will be in the NCAA Division III tournament, which begins next week.

Brenner played a key role in helping the Suffolk win its third straight GNAC playoff championship.

In Sunday’s 1-0 championship win over Johnson & Wales, Brenner scored the game-winning run. He led off the bottom of the seventh with a single, moved to second on a groundout and scored on a base hit.

To reach the final, Suffolk beat Lasell, 15-8, in the quarters and Johnson & Wales, 11-1, in the semis. Brenner, who was named to the all-tournament team, was 4 for 5 with five RBIs in the Lasell win, and 1 for 4 with an RBI and two runs in the win in the semis.

St. Joseph’s senior shortstop Max McCoomb joined his former Marshwood teammate on the first team. The South Berwick, Maine, native batted. 467 (43-for-92) with 35 runs, nine doubles, three triples, a home run, 29 RBIs and four stolen bases despite missing 12 games due to an injury.

The four-year starting shortstop finishes his NCAA career with a .349 (178-for-510) batting average with 117 runs, 28 doubles, four triples, three homers, 69 RBIs and 23 stolen bases in 146 games.

Teammate Noah McDaniel was picked for the third team. The sophomore outfielder/infielder from Eliot, Maine, hit .383 (41-for-107) with 25 runs, five doubles, a homer, 24 RBIs and three stolen bases as a first-year starter for the Monks (31-8).

Seacoast Roundup: SOFTBALL  Massabesic 11, Marshwood 2

May 31, 2017 By STAFF REPORTS

WATERBORO, Maine — The Hawks ended the Class A South regular season at 8-8 and will likely play a first-round playoff game Tuesday on the road, possibly at Gorham.

Kaylah Eastman took the loss for Marshwood. Massabesic is 11-5.

Miranda Montgomery (RBI), Erin Gray (run) and Lauren Leidemann-Smith (run) each had two hits.

Marshwood High School French Students Participate in the Annual Grand Concours

Marshwood High School French I, II, and III students participated in the annual Grand Concours earlier this school year. Le Grand Concours is a national competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. Tests for the contest vary by level. Students were evaluated on their reading, grammar and listening comprehension skills in French.

The following students earned a bronze medal for placing in the 80th or 75th percentile on this difficult exam.

French III

Carolyn Hoerth

Robert Christian

Anna Houghton

The following students earned a Mention d’honneur certificate for placing in the 70-50th percentile.

French I

Connor Adams

Colin Ready

French II

Christian Chagnon

Lily Clough

Abigail Cragun

Jillian Driscoll

Elyse Hassett

Sarah John

Nathan Kiesman

Zoe Lamoureux

Samuel Mitchell

Nemo Sawyer

Ethan Reppucci

French III

Shannon Giblin

Morgan Hasty

Ryan Long

Jacqueline Ruksznis

Félicitations! Congratulations!

Marshwood High School Announces Top 10 Graduates

for photos go to: http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20170529/marshwood-high-school-announces-top-10-graduates

Marshwood High School in South Berwick, Maine, announces its Class of 2017 Top 10 Students. Top row, from left, Paige Singer, Valedictorian, Brian Austin, Salutatorian, Matthew John Caverly, Sophia Hollick and Cameron Scharff; Bottom row, from left, Lindsey Roberts, Skye Cote, Cameron Morin, Brookie Villinski and Sydney Page.

May 29, 2017

SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Paul Mehlhorn, Principal of Marshwood High School, announces the Top Ten and Honor Graduates for the Class of 2017.

Valedictorian, Paige Singer, is the daughter of Scott and Patricia Singer and lives in Eliot. Paige is a National Merit Scholarship Winner, a member of the Piscataqua Chapter of the National Honor Society, and President of Student Government. She has earned 11 varsity letters and been a captain for the soccer, lacrosse, and indoor track teams at Marshwood. Her 2015 lacrosse team won the first state championship for the program. Paige also ran on the indoor track team for three years, going to the New England Championships twice and earning the 4x800m relay state champion title. In the summer, Paige enjoys volunteering at youth sports camps and helping coach clinics. While at Marshwood, Paige has won an Aimee Schramm Book award and departmental awards in Latin and History. In her free time, Paige enjoys bad puns, hiking with her dog, and beach trips. This fall Paige will be attending the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA and most likely will study political science and economics.

Salutatorian, Brian Austin, is the son of Jennifer and Brett Austin of South Berwick. Since 9th grade, he has played clarinet in the Marshwood High School concert band and been first chair since 11th grade; he also plays piano outside school. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the Tri-M Music honor society, and La Légion d’honneur. He also fences at Seacoast Fencing Club and is an E-rated épéeist. In his spare time, he likes to study languages/linguistics and to program. This year, his team won first place in the Maine App Challenge for their app that helps learner’s permit-holders track their driving prior to the road test. Next year, he will be studying computer science and possibly linguistics at Northeastern University as part of the university’s honors program.

Matthew John Caverly is the son of John and Renee Caverly of South Berwick. Matt is a member of the Piscataqua Chapter of the National Honor Society and the Latin National Honor Society. He has been a four year member of the football and wrestling programs. Matt served as a captain of the 2017 State Championship Wrestling team. He was also a member of the baseball team his freshman year. Matt was a member of the inaugural Marshwood Quiz Bowl team.Throughout his high school career Matt received one first team and two second team All-SMAA awards in wrestling as well an Academic Award from the Campbell Conference in football. He also received the Scholar Athlete Award from the Maine Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. In his free time Matt enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling, eating and giving back to the community. Matthew will be attending Cornell University in the fall in the School of Engineering with a concentration in Biomedical Engineering.

Sophia Hollick is the daughter of Adam and Mylene Hollick and lives in South Berwick. Sophia is the founder and president of the Marshwood Science Club and was this year’s captain of the Marshwood Math Team. Science and math have always been Sophia’s preferred subjects. The first three years of her high school career have yielded the science award in Freshmen Science, Chemistry, and Biology. In the summer before her junior year, Sophia attended the Project SMART program with UNH. Since then, she has been working with Dr. Smith, researching interstellar particles picked up by the solar wind. Her first publication will be submitted to the scientific journal within the summer months. During her free time, Sophia enjoys playing guitar, keeping up with current events, playing with her dog, and gaming with her friends. This fall, Sophia will be further pursuing science at Rensselaer (RPI), specializing in physics.

Cameron Scharff is the son of Adam Scharff and Valora Brockway of South Berwick. Cameron is a member of the Piscataqua Chapter of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society. He played baseball and soccer from age four up through his sophomore year. In his junior year, he discovered a passion for running and switched over to cross country and indoor track. Cameron has participated in various extracurriculars in his time at Marshwood, including the Hawk Outdoor Leadership Development (HOLD) club and the Interact Club. He has been a four year member of student government, and served as one of the student representatives to the Board of Directors in his junior and senior year. He served as a class representative during his freshman and sophomore years as well. Cameron was a part of the 2017 We the People team that went to Washington D.C. to compete in the National Finals. During his time at Marshwood, Cameron has received the Amy Schramm Book Award, department awards in English and History, and various athletic awards. He was a captain on the cross country team during his senior season. After school, Cameron participated in the Hawk Buddies Mentoring and Teen Trendsetters Hawk Reading Buddies programs, working with elementary school children. In his free time, Cameron enjoys playing guitar, running, writing, reading, hiking and exploring nature, and learning all he can. Cameron will be attending Wesleyan University in the fall.

Lindsey Roberts is the daughter of Randy and Joanne Roberts and lives in Eliot. She is a member of both the Piscataqua Chapter of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society and has participated in student government all four years. She has been a member of the soccer, basketball, lacrosse, track, and cross country teams during her high school career, serving as a captain for the track team her senior year. Lindsey has also received a departmental award in math and an Aimee Schramm Book award. During her free time Lindsey enjoys traveling, running, skiing, being active, and spending time with friends. In the fall, Lindsey will be attending the University of Vermont in the biomedical engineering program.

Skye Cote is the daughter of Heather Cote and resides in Eliot. Skye is a member of the Spanish National Honor Society, the Tri-M Music Honor Society, and is the treasurer of the Piscataqua Chapter of the National Honor Society. She received the departmental World Language Award her junior year. She has played the flute in concert band since the sixth grade. She enjoys giving back to the community, and has served as both the vice president and president of Recycling Club. Skye has also volunteered at the NHSPCA and serves as the secretary of Interact Club. She has been a member of the Girls Who Code Club since its founding at Marshwood her sophomore year. Outside of school she enjoys kayaking, going to the beach, and traveling. Skye will be attending the University of Redlands in the fall to study international relations and Spanish.

Cameron Morin is the son of Michelle Morin of Eliot and Jeffrey Morin of Sanford. Cam was the secretary for the class of 2017 all four years of high school. In the course of his high school career, Cam received the departmental award for family consumer sciences and made high honors every quarter. In his free time, Cam enjoys participating in activities through his church such as youth group, Bible studies, helping out at children’s church, teaching Sunday school, and volunteering at Summer Bible Camp. He loves spending time with friends, going on drives, and serving others through missions trips with his youth group and leading a group of youth to serve at a local soup kitchen. Cam will be attending Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA as an honor student with a major in biomedical sciences and a minor in psychology.

Brooke Villinski, the daughter of Mark and Jacquelyn Villinski, lives in South Berwick. Brooke has been active in Marshwood’s Interact Club and served as the club’s Treasurer in her senior year. Brooke is also a member of the Piscataqua Chapter of the National Honor Society, the Spanish National Honor Society, and the Girls Who Code Club. She played soccer all four years and earned the Coach’s Award her sophomore year and the All Conference Academic team her senior year. She also enjoyed running both Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field as a sprinter in the winter and spring seasons. She is in the process of learning how to ski, enjoys hiking and swimming in the summers, and loves to travel. Brooke is excited to be attending the Illinois Institute of Technology this fall, majoring in Biomedical Engineering.

Sydney Page is the daughter of Amanda and Todd Page and lives in Eliot. Sydney played on both the soccer team and the softball team during her freshman and sophomore years of high school, and played volleyball and tennis for her junior and senior years. She was a captain of the volleyball team her senior year. Sydney has been a part of the yearbook staff since her sophomore year, becoming an editor her junior year and continuing that role as a senior. She was a member of the French club during her freshman to junior years of school, also becoming a member of the French Honor Society her sophomore and junior years. Sydney was part of both the Hawk Buddy and the Reading Buddy mentoring programs at Eliot Elementary School during her senior year as well. She received a letter of commendation for her performance on the PSAT during her junior year of high school, and has maintained high honors throughout her high school career. During her free time, Sydney enjoys skiing and travelling, along with other outdoor activities. She will be attending the University of Rhode Island as an honors student and will be majoring in Animal Science on a pre-veterinary track.

Additional Honor Graduates maintaining a four-year average of 92 percent or better include: Luciana Albers, Max Berman, Lyle Carlson, Inga Carlton, Mya Cartmill, Margaret Childress, Maria Christian, Christian Ciampa, Hyatt Cook, Amelia D’Anci, Samuel Davis, Riley Dinsmore-Patch, John Doherty, Lucas Doyle, Molly Ferguson, Hannah Fife, Shannon Giblin, Jennifer Gray, Lewis Guy, Aine Hawthorne, Chloe Hepburn, Henry Herbold, Zoe Janetos, Emily Kaye, Bridget LaSelva, Samuel Leathe, Gracie Lodge-McIntire, Emma MacDonald, Sarah MacDonald, Iara Manchester, Catrina Marr, Ethan Martin, Mary McColley, Jacob McKenney, Justin Nelson, Reilly Nichols, Lowell Pence, Nathaniel Poole, Matthew Pritchett, Egann Roberge, Meghan Sandler, Marissa Sewell, Grayson St. Pierre, Abigail Steinhauer, Taylor Tarr, Olivia Tsamparlis, Isabelle Ury, Olivia Varner, Alyssa Waters.

The Top Ten and Honor Graduates of the class of 2017 would like to thank family, friends, teachers, and mentors who have made high school a memorable and engaging experience through their support.

Seacoast All-Star Sports Awards: And the Winter Nominees are …

Seacoast All-Star Sports Awards: And the Winter Nominees are …

Marshwood Nominees:

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Natalie Herbold

WRESTLING

Brad Beaulieu

Matt Caverly

Liam Coomey

James Thompson

Matt Thompson

May 27, 2017 Seacoastonline

http://www.seacoastonline.com/sports/20170527/seacoast-all-star-sports-awards-and-winter-nominees-are-

Last week, Seacoast Media Group announced the fall season nominees for the inaugural Seacoast All-Star Sports Awards — a live, ESPYs-style show at The Music Hall in downtown Portsmouth, honoring the area’s top high school athletes with special guest speaker Danny Amendola of the New England Patriots.

Today, we reveal the nominees for the 2016-17 winter season, which features 98 athletes up for nine awards.

Here’s how it works. Each athlete nominated for a Seacoast All-Star Sports Award has had a letter shipped to their school’s athletics department. Each letter contains an RSVP code, which comes with free admission to the June 22 event. To reserve your complimentary ticket, visit seacoastonline.com/seacoastallstars, choose the “Buy Tickets” option, select “All-Star Nominee” and enter the RSVP code provided at the top of your invitation letter. Additional tickets are available for $25 each for guests (such as parents, siblings and grandparents), and $5 for all students and coaches.

Only those who RSVP on the website will be granted admission into the event. Any nominated fall athlete who has not received a letter should contact their athletic director, or e-mail Seacoast Media Group sports editor Ryan O’Leary at roleary@seacoastonline.com.

The event includes an awards presentation and special appearances by pro snowboarder and Olympic medalist Scotty Lago, as well as Amendola, who in February won his second Super Bowl ring as a member of the Patriots. On June 22, a pre-event party with food vendors and photo opportunities will take place on Chestnut Street starting at 5 p.m. Doors for the main event open at 6 p.m. and seating for the show will begin immediately. The event is scheduled to start at 6:35 p.m. and will end at approximately 9 p.m.

Amendola to speak at inaugural Seacoast All-Star Sports Awards in Portsmouth

Seating at The Music Hall is limited. To ensure admittance, we’re requesting that nominees, guests and the general public RSVP by Friday, June 16. Attire for this event is business casual, or what one might wear to a graduation ceremony.

Player of the Year awards for 25 sports will be presented at the awards show, including the winter and spring. Coach of the Year, Male Athlete of the Year, Female Athlete of the Year and Team of the Year will also be announced along with several specialty awards. All award winners will enjoy a personal meet and greet and photo opportunity backstage with Amendola.

We look forward to honoring our local athletes for their achievements at the first-of-its-kind Seacoast All-Star Sports Awards, which is being sponsored by Piscataqua Savings Bank and The Center for Orthopedics and Movement.

And the nominees for the 2016-17 winter high school sports season are:

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Allison Benson, Dover

Emily Britton, Winnacunnet

Marina Casey, Traip Academy

Maddie Cogger, York

Alisa Cote, Newmarket

Natalie Herbold, Marshwood

Nina Howe, York

Abbe Laurence, Portsmouth

Katie Martineau, Farmington

Anna Pafford, Exeter

Shannon St. Lawrence, Nute

Libby Underwood, Portsmouth

BOYS BASKETBALL

Joey Glynn, Portsmouth

Cal Connelly, Spaulding

Trevor Labonte, York

Cody Morissette, Exeter

Stephen Natola, Exeter

Cody Graham, Portsmouth

Andrew McCormack, Portsmouth Christian

Jackson Rivers, Epping

Liam Viviano, Winnacunnet

Sam Lupinacci, Coe-Brown

Bryton Early, Somersworth

Anthony Senesombath, Newmarket

BOYS HOCKEY

Beau Arsenault, Portsmouth/Newmarket

Tom Carr, York

Will Cilia, Oyster River

Jesse Frase, Dover

Keenan Gamache, York

Fred Holmes, Portsmouth/Newmarket

Julius Lundgren, York

Jake Martin, York

Joe Morrisette, Somersworth/Coe-Brown

Colin Palmer, York

Casey Pridham, Somersworth/Coe-Brown

Kerry Winfrey, Spaulding

GIRLS HOCKEY

Katherine Bertolini, York/Traip

Izzy Day, Exeter

Emma Ford, York/Traip

Ashley Keaveney, Exeter

Julia Ravenelle, Oyster River/Portsmouth

Jessa Smith, York/Traip

Sophie Stephens, York/Traip

Carissa Towlson, Exeter

GIRLS INDOOR TRACK

Grace Baker, Portsmouth

Maddie Buchalski, St. Thomas

Kathleen Collins, Coe-Brown

Zoe Frizzell, Portsmouth

Jacqueline Gaughan, Exeter

Devan McClain, Oyster River

Acadia Momm-White, Portsmouth

Xiana Twombly, Oyster River

Morgan Smith, York

Sarah Williams, Dover

BOYS INDOOR TRACK

Philip Antonio, Winnacunnet

Isaiah Allen, Coe-Brown

Matt Chambers, Noble

Jack Leger, Portsmouth

Erik Little, Dover

Patrick O’Brien, Oyster River

Billy Powers, Winnacunnet

Zach Richards, Coe-Brown

Sam Simonds, Traip Academy

Jacob Winslow, Exeter

GIRLS SWIMMING & DIVING

Sydnee Aubin, Oyster River

Mackenzie Brady, Spaulding

Emelia Cronshaw, Coe-Brown

Audrey Duvall, Oyster River

Kathryn Edwards, Dover

Hannah Lord, Exeter

Colleen Mahoney, Dover

Anne Rademacher, Winnacunnet

Shauna Rubin, Exeter

Eleanor Sullivan, St. Thomas

Meghan Vanderwoude, Exeter

Eleanor Zwart, Oyster River

BOYS SWIMMING & DIVING

Jack Carignan, Exeter

Myles Carrico, Oyster River

Miles Crusberg-Roseen, Exeter

Adrian DelliColli, Exeter

Andrew Hodge, Oyster River

Nathan Kurr, Dover

Samuel Lippmann, Oyster River

Tony Minn, Exeter

Mason Pomroy, Exeter

Maxwell Reich, St. Thomas

Joshua Roberts, Winnacunnet

Brendan Sullivan, St. Thomas

WRESTLING

Brad Beaulieu, Marshwood

Matt Caverly, Marshwood

Liam Coomey, Marshwood

John Ferrelli, Winnacunnet

Jaden Lesperance, Winnacunnet

Jake Martel, Noble

Austin Shorey, Noble

Tim Ramsay, Exeter

Verne Rice, Exeter

Noah Strout, Oyster River

James Thompson, Marshwood

Matt Thompson, Marshwood

Marshwood Track Highlights

Noble’s Tasker Captures 100-Hurdles Title

May 27, 2017 By Josh Seguin / sports@fosters.com

For photos go to: http://www.seacoastonline.com/sports/20170527/nobles-tasker-captures-100-hurdles-title

Marshwood Track Highlights

Girls’ Track

Noble took fifth place in a very competitive girls meet with 46 points. Thornton Academy won the championship with 85. Marshwood was 13th with eight.

The Marshwood boys finished in 11th place with 16 points, while the Noble boys finished in a tie for 14th with eight. Scarborough dominated the boys side and won with 131.

“It is hard when we get to these bigger meets,” said Marshwood coach Matt Sanzone. “A lot of the kids had great performances and their best times of the year.”

Marshwood’s Ethan Martin finished third in the 1,600 racewalk (8:02), while Noble’s Sarah Mayrose took third in the girls event (9:30). Allyson Gregoire also placed in the event for the Knights, taking fifth.

Marshwood’s Katherine Page finished fourth and also had a fifth-place finish in the 100 dash.

The Marshwood boys took fourth in the 4×400 (3:44.44). The Hawks came into the event ranked ninth among the 13 teams entered and weren’t featured in the top race.

Brody Bate took fourth in the 800 (2:02).  “I felt really good today and had a really good strategy,” said Bate. “Last week I didn’t race the 800. This is only the second time I have raced it in an outdoor meet. I sat back a bit early, but was able to come on strong.”

Marshwood’s Linus Manchester added a fifth-place finish in the long jump (19-07).

NORTH BERWICK, Maine — Noble High School junior Nina Tasker is used to winning and on Saturday at the Southwestern Maine AA Championship track and field meet, she added another medal to her growing collection.

Tasker was the lone local winner, as she took home the 100-meter hurdles crown in a time of 15.56 seconds.

“That was a good performance,” said Tasker. “It was relieving to wrap this one up because I wasn’t sure how I was going to do. I really can’t focus on the people around me, I just have to focus and do the best I can. It was nice to get this one but now I can head to the next one.”

Tasker can now focus on the Class A state meet next week, which will be held at Massebesic in nearby Waterboro.

“This meet definitely sets the stage,” said Tasker. “It is good to get a feel how others are running and how they are doing. This is good preparation for what I will see next week.

Noble took fifth place in a very competitive girls meet with 46 points. Thornton Academy won the championship with 85. Marshwood was 13th with eight.

“We are going to end right where we expected, which is all I can I ask for as a coach,” said Noble coach Daniel Lawrence. “We did everything we needed to and Nina is a beast in the hurdles for us. It is very hard to compete with the Cumberland schools because they are so spread out. Adding those schools really spreads out where you can get points.”

The Marshwood boys finished in 11th place with 16 points, while the Noble boys finished in a tie for 14th with eight. Scarborough dominated the boys side and won with 131.

“It is hard when we get to these bigger meets,” said Marshwood coach Matt Sanzone. “A lot of the kids had great performances and their best times of the year.”

“We had such a successful regular season and I tried to keep it in perspective for my team,” said Noble boys coach Rodney Brown. “I took 20 kids to this meet and was very happy with the individual stuff. Some of the kids came out a little flat but there were many good performances. It is a good test and good rehearsal for the state meet next week.”

The Knight girls continued their good season, which includes a second-place finish in the York County meet last week.

“We have a lot of young girls and few seniors running for us,” said Lawrence. “It is a budding program. We are trying to give them the mentality of competing in the championships, which is something Noble hasn’t done in recent years.”

Tasker took second in the 300-hurdles (47.45). She entered the event seeded first, but got behind heading toward the stretch and had to make up positions in the last 100. Ellen Shaw of Scarborough won in 47.32.

“I definitely plan to give much more in the 300 next week and try to get that little, extra push,” said Tasker. “It wasn’t a surprise to me, because she was right next to me and I didn’t know who would take it. I was prepared for anything that happened.”

Marshwood’s Ethan Martin finished third in the 1,600 racewalk (8:02), while Noble’s Sarah Mayrose took third in the girls event (9:30). Allyson Gregoire also placed in the event for the Knights, taking fifth.

The Noble girls finished third in the 4×100 relay (51.82) and fourth in the 4×400. Morgan Griffin took fifth place in the individual 400.

Noble’s Maggie Kelly finished second in the 200 dash (27.31). Mariah Biener of Massabesic won the event in 27.23, and Kelly beat out third place by .001 seconds. Marshwood’s Katherine Page finished fourth and also had a fifth-place finish in the 100 dash.

The Marshwood boys took fourth in the 4×400 (3:44.44). The Hawks came into the event ranked ninth among the 13 teams entered and weren’t featured in the top race.

Brody Bate took fourth in the 800 (2:02).

“I felt really good today and had a really good strategy,” said Bate. “Last week I didn’t race the 800. This is only the second time I have raced it in an outdoor meet. I sat back a bit early, but was able to come on strong.”

Brandon Allen was the best Noble boys finisher, placing fourth in the shot put (45 feet, 3.75 inches).

“I didn’t have as much of an explosion on the throw as I usually do but I still had a decent day,” said Allen. “It is a fun environment participating in these bigger meets, but they are difficult because the competition gets harder.”

Noble’s Alex Upton finished fifth in the discus (131-10). Marshwood’s Mackenzie Young finished the 3200 in 12:23 to take home fifth. Marshwood’s Linus Manchester added a fifth-place finish in the long jump (19-07).

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Athletic Administrator
Marshwood School District
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South Berwick, ME 03908
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