Edward Little Red Eddies

Coach: Scott Morrison (17th year)

Conference: KVAC; Class: A

Last year’s results: Girls — Seventh at KVACs, tied for 22nd at states; Boys — Seventh at KVACs, 23rd at states.

Returning athletes: Boys — Noah Davis, Donovan Shaw, Brendan Whitman, Konnor Simpson, Jack Hart; Girls — Leila Chirayath, Olivia Dubois, Abby Fisher, Abby Hart, Courtney Beaudoin, Anyssa Logan, Izzy Bellefleur, Emma Hefty, and Samantha Poirier.

Key losses: Madison Hopping, Marley Powers, Veydah Ray


Promising newcomers: Boy — Paul Dimitri; Girls — Logan Cook, Emma Dionne, Addi Dostie, Jordan McKinnon-Cote, Kora Martel, Caelan McGuigan, Lizzy Madore.

What to expect: The Edward Little swim teams have gained several new athletes with swimming experience. The EL girls’ team has some strong swimmers and is led by senior captain Leila Chirayath in the sprint freestyle events and backstroke. The girls’ team should be competitive with most of the KVAC opponents and finish in the top 20 of Class A. The EL boys will be led by senior captain Brendan Whitman, who will compete well with the top boys in Class A in the sprint freestyle and backstroke. Also, seniors Noah Davis and Donovan Shaw will look to qualify for the state meet in individual events. The small number of boys competing will make it difficult to compete for wins, but the boys will be looking for individual qualifications and fast times.

Hebron Academy Lumberjacks

Coach: Scott Morrison (First year)

Class: A

Promising newcomers: Ellena Frumiento


What to expect: Hebron returns to the high school swimming ranks after a multi-year absence, as Ellena Frumiento will compete in individual events. She has a great chance at qualifying for the Class A state meet in multiple events.

Leavitt Hornets

Coach: Scott Morrison (11 years, intermittently)

Conference: KVAC; Class: A

Last year’s results: 10th place at KVACs

Returning athletes: Senior — Jenna Boucher.


What to expect: Boucher has qualified for numerous Class A State meet events in the past three years and expects to do so in her final year. Boucher can compete at a high level in any stroke and at any distance, according to Morrison.

Lewiston Blue Devils

Coach: Troy Boutin (Fifth year)

Conference: KVAC; Class: A

Returning athletes: Boys: Seniors — Kwesi Akuffo-Anoff, Hayden Bavis, Lennon LaBelle, Isaac Madore; Juniors — Jordan Carter, Dominic Daigle, Lucas Duncan, Elijah Escobar, Justin Ouellette, Garret Sampson; Sophomore — Caleb Suli; Girls: Senior — Brooke Cloutier, Ashley Cronkhite, Heather Hare, Abbie Howe, Megan St. Cyr, Abigail Small, Sophia Turgeon; Juniors — Natale Adams, Lauryn Griffey-Parks, Melina Masseli, Lillith Price-Wharff, Brinlyn Sargent; Sophomores — Rylee Barry, Chloe Bilodeau, Kate Bilodeau, Elena Clothier, Isabelle Cormier, Paige Dymkoski, Abby Heutz, Miranda Heutz, Anna Legare, Hannah Marchant, Zaria Milashouskas, Malina Moore, Mikayla Tabor.

Key losses: Kaitlyn Reny, Jenna Burton, Esther Eseka, Jayden Hill


Promising newcomers: Boys: Senior — Dumilde Pambo; Girls: Freshmen — Taylor Belanger, Emma Hawley.

What to expect: The Blue Devils have 35 girls and 16 boys, and they look stronger to start the season than any of the previous teams that Troy Boutin has coached. They have brought on a few swimmers with some years of experience behind them and they maintain a strong crew from last year. Boutin is equally excited about the attitude and initial ability of some of the swimmers with none or little competitive swimming experience. They look to have stronger team finishes at both the KVAC and state championships as well as a large contingent of individual qualifiers for both meets. 

Lisbon Greyhounds

Coach: Scott Morrison (Nine years, intermittently)

Class: A

Returning athletes: Sophomore — Garrett Perron.


What to expect: Lisbon returns to the high school swim arena with Garrett Perron as the lone representative. He will compete in individual events hoping to qualify for the Class A boys’ state meet.

St. Dominic Academy Saints

Coach: Scott Morrison (First year)

Conference: KVAC; Class: A

Returning athletes: Boys: Junior — Andy Dolci; Sophomore — Gage Smith; Girls: Junior — Molly Myrick; Sophomore —Maddie Tyus. 

Promising newcomers: Boys: Freshman — Patrick Manson; Girls: Freshman — Ellie Russell.

What to expect: St. Dom’s will be swimming with EL, Leavitt, Hebron and Lisbon under EL coach Scott Morrison. This will be a rebuilding year for the Saints. They hope to have several individual swimmers make cut times for the Class A state meet.

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