PHOTOS: Fairfield PAL football action

Kahl Bolster, (36), of Clinton, maneuvers out of a close tackle by Keon Tae Stevens (12), of Benton, and gains a first down during the opening PAL Football Frenzy Game, on Sunday, September 4. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

Fairfield PAL football team member Christopher Roy, (81), of Albion, makes a touchdown for his team during the Junior PAL Football Frenzy on Sunday, Sept. 4. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

TEAM PHOTO: Lawrence High School girls varsity soccer team

The Lawrence High School, of Fairfield, girls varsity soccer team, clockwise from bottom left, Hannah Burgess, Zoie Ward, Maddie Kissinger, Mya Williams, Olivia Cleaves, Kylie Yeomans, Zoe Hutchins, Kelsey Smith, Taylor Levesque, Kylie Delile, Alexis Williams, Paige Cyrus, Taylor Pellerin, Cyile Henderson, Brooklyn Allen , Whitney Churchill, Libby Boutin, Molly Cleaves and Desiree Clements. (photo by Missy Brown/Central Maine Photography)

PHOTOS: Winslow state title winners

Winslow 9-10 year-old boys captured the state championship in the 4×100 relay at the USATF State Track Meet, held on Saturday, August 13, at Cony High School, in Augusta. From left to right is Dominic Akoa, Trafton Nadeau, Cooper Grant, and Zachary Katz. (Central Maine Photography Photo)

Winslow 11-12 Boys won the state championship in the 4×100 relay at the USATF State Track Meet, held on Saturday, August 13, at Cony High School, in Augusta. This was the second year in a row that Winslow won the age group relay at the state meet. Nixon and Kaiser were on last year’s relay as well. They were seeded at a 1:01.44 going into this meet and ended up with their best time of 59.86. From left to right, Larsen Ronco, Kaiser Stewart, Coach Kenneth Nadeau, Weston Pappas, and Nixon Souviney. (Central Maine Photography photo)

PHOTO: Winner

Eben Haviland, 10, of Waterville, captured the state championship in the boys 9/10 800 meters race walk at the USATF State Track Meet, held on Saturday, August 13, at Cony High School, in Augusta. (Central Maine Photography photo)

PHOTO: Central Maine 2022 Youth Football Senior Camp

The Central Maine Football Senior Camp for ages 10-13 was directed by Lawrence H.S. head football coach John Hersom, with the help of Lawrence players, on July 25-27, at the Fairfield PAL field. (photo by Cameron Dyer, Central Maine Photography staff

PHOTOS: Winslow summer track

Winslow Summer Track team members Carter Calvo, left, and Landon Letourneau recently competing in the 13-14 year old 100m hurdles division.(photos by Cameron Dyer/ Central Maine Photography staff)

Winslow Summer Track team member Trevor Robinson competing in the 11-12 year old high jump competition at a recent meet last month. (photos by Cameron Dyer/ Central Maine Photography staff)

Winslow Summer Track team member Oliver Brown competing in the high jump competition at a recent meet last month. (photos by Cameron Dyer/ Central Maine Photography staff)

PHOTOS: 10-U baseball action

Kaiya Stevens, 8, of Benton, tags out Chase Dempsey, 10, of Sidney, at second base during the second game of the Farmington Elks 10U tournament at the “Joe Toots” Memorial field. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography staff)

Chase Dempsey, 10, of Sidney, is safe at home plate, to score the winning run, in a 10-2 win over the Fairfield 10U Bulldogs, during the Farmington Elks 10U tournament. Bulldogs’ pitcher Tucker Graves, 9, of Fairfield, covers home plate. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography staff)

PHOTO: Hussey family kids earn yellow belts

From left to right, the Hussey family children, Eleanor Hussey, Lydia Hussey, Tucker Hussey, and Jackson Hussey, all of China, recently earned their respective yellow belts at Huard’s Martial Arts Dojo, in Winslow. Mark Huard is standing behind his students. (submitted photo)

PHOTO: Meet the 2022 Major/60 Cal Ripken World Series Waterville team

Front, from left to right, Cody Connell, Milo Taylor, Isaac Gilman, Oliver LeVan, Oliver Hubbard and Charlie Ferris. Back, Harper Hubbard, Sorrel Vinci, Wyatt Jones, Maxwell Comforth, Jack Tartaglia, Mitchell Ouellette, Blake Kenyon, Chase Sack and Reid Morrison. Coaches, Coach Tim Hubbard, Coach Chad Gilman, Manager TJ Vinci and Coach David Comforth. Twelve teams from across the United States will play six pool games per day from August 6 – 10, with playoff games August 11 – 13. Teams will include four from Maine, Waterville, Andy Valley, Noble and Ararat, plus Shenandoah, Virginia, Green County, Kentucky, South Bend, Indiana, Central Vt., Vermont, West Hartford, Connecticut, and North Dakota. There will also be two additional teams from the Pacific Region being determined this weekend. All games will be played August 6 – 13, 2022, at Maine’s Fenway, in Oakland, and Purnell Wrigley, in Waterville. (contributed photo)

Mikayla Achorn captures first place at karate tournament

Huard’s Sport Karate team member Mikayla Achorn, 12, captured first place in point fighting at the recent Friendship Karate Tournament. The event took place on Saturday, June 18, at the Gorham Sports Complex. (photo by Mark Huard)