Sondra Running Wolf of Skowhegan plays Monday, June 6, with her granddaughter, Elanor, 2, at Coburn Park in Skowhegan. The two were joined by Elanor’s brother, Malachi, 4, during a day of play that included Hula Hoops, hiking, picking dandelions, sniffing flowers and observing insects at the park’s pond. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Skowhegan’s Silas Tibbets steals second base as Mt. Blue infielder Zach Poisson leaps high for the throw that sailed over his head during a Class A North baseball preliminary game Tuesday in Farmington. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Five Augusta police officers run across the city’s Memorial Bridge on Thursday during their leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics. After the group’s 6-mile run from the Maine Law Enforcement Officers Memorial on State Street to the Vassalboro town line, officers passed the torch to Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office runners who took it to the Waterville Police Station at 10 Colby St. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Gorham’s Andrew Farr, right center, beats Cheverus’ Frank Morang, left center, Bonny Eagle’s Aidan Walcott, left, and Lewiston’s Raimundo Lubota, right, to the finish line in the 100-meter dash at the Class A track and field state championships on Saturday, June 4, in Bangor. Farr won in 11.03 seconds. Morang was second in 11.36, Walcott third in 11.17 and Lubota fourth in 11.21. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

Waylon Hopkins, 5, hurls a lure into the Kennebec River on Wednesday while fishing with his grandfather, George Hopkins, at the Gardiner boat landing. The elder Hopkins said bass are occasionally caught on their excursions, but watching sturgeons breach in the river always inspires them come back to cast again. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

Carrabec High School graduate Olivia Ackerson, as seen in the screen left center, holds the camera Friday, June 3, as she takes a selfie with Ethan Wyman, left, Lilly Augustine, right center, and Cassidy Smith, far right, prior to commencement ceremonies. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

Winslow High School graduates wait in the hall Wednesday for commencement ceremonies to begin at the Harold Alfond Athletics and Recreation Center at Colby College in Waterville. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

Angie Dow holds her grandson Brayden, 1, Thursday as the baby’s mother Aimee Houde, a graduate of Waterville Senior High School, stands with her class at the school’s 144th commencement exercises at Colby College. Dow is the mother of Houde.

A Maranacook Community High School senior and a teacher hug Tuesday during graduation at the Augusta Civic Center. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

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