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    Caleb Manuel of Mt. Ararat lines up a putt on the 18th hole Saturday during the individual golf state championships at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro. Manuel shot a 69 to win Class A for the second straight year.

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    Thornton Academy's Armand Ouellette, left, shakes hands with Mt. Ararat's Caleb Manuel after they completed their round. Ouellette finished third in Class A, four shots behind Manuel.

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    Leavitt's Ruby Haylock follows through on a drive during her round of 75, which earned her a share of the girls' title with teammate Morghan Dutil.

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    Morghan Dutil of Leavitt carded a 3-over 75 and tied for first place in the girls' division.

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    Caleb Manuel of Mt. Ararat took home the Class A trophy for the second year in a row.

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    Tyler Rivers of York poses with his trophy after winning the Class B title with a 77.

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    After tying for the Class C championship last year, Mitch Tarrio of Kents Hill earned another winner's trophy with a 1-under 71.

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    Leavitt's Morghan Dutil, left, and Ruby Haylock show off their trophies after they tied for the girls' championship.

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    Caleb Manuel of Mt. Ararat holds up his ball after sinking his final putt to clinch the Class A championship.

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    Armand Ouellette of Thornton Academy watches an approach shot during his round of 1-over 73.

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    Bennett Berg of Portland putts on the 18th green as Nick McGonagle of Deering looks on. Berg finished second in Class A with a 71 despite a three-putt on the final hole.

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    Freeport's Molly Phelan tied for 10th in the girls' division with a 95.

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    Skowhegan's Jaycie Christopher hits her tee shot.

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    Lindsay Cote of Nokomis tied for third in the girls' division with an 82.

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    Class C state champion Mitch Tarrio of Kents Hill was one of only three players who broke par Saturday, shooting a 1-under 71.

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