The 2024 Ticket Awards will be presented on June 24 at Hero's Sports Grill & Entertainment Center in Bangor.

The awards honor outstanding local student-athletes, coaches, teams, and fans. The awards show will air LIVE below on Ticket TV from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Here are the winners:
HS Boys Soccer Player of the Year - Evan Donnell (Don-nell) (Bucksport)
HS Girls Soccer Player of the Year - Lila Cummings (PVHS)
HS Soccer Coach of the Year - Aaron Hutchins (Schenck/Stearns)
HS Soccer Team of the Year - PVHS Howler girls

HS Football Player of the Year - Spencer Laurendeau (MDI)
HS Football Coach of the Year - Mark Shields (MDI)
HS Football Team of the Year - Orono Red Riots

HS Hockey Player of the Year - Jordin Williams (Penobscot Pioneers)
HS Hockey Coach of the Year - Quinn Paradis (Bangor)
HS Hockey Team of the Year - Penobscot Pioneers

HS Boys Basketball Player of the Year - Pierce Walston (Orono)
HS Girls Basketball Player of the Year - Saige Evans (Old Town)
HS Basketball Coach of the Year - Ed Kohtala (Orono)
HS Basketball Team of the Year - Orono Red Riots

HS Baseball Player of the Year - Jackson Lizotte (Old Town)
HS Baseball Coach of the Year - Josh Jackson (Bucksport)
HS Baseball Team of the Year - Bucksport Golden Bucks

HS Softball Player of the Year - Mia Coots (Nokomis)
HS Softball Coach of the Year - Jessica McKechnie (PVHS)
HS Softball Team of the Year - Nokomis Warriors

Game of the Year - Maine Hockey win over BC in November
Ticket TV Play of the Year - DL Anthony Addessi's (Hermon) interception v Brewer
The Ticket Play of the Year - Maine Hockey defeats UNH to get to the Garden
Milestone Award - Warren Caruso win #500
Champions Award - Maine WBB
School Spirit Award - Old Town Coyotes
Community Impact Award - UMaine MIH
Legacy Award - Larry Mahoney

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