In the earlier game, the Husson women coming into the game in fourth placein the NAC.Late in this one, Vanessa Sanderson finding Stephanie Comstock down low, where the Bangor native had some success all day.But the Spartans were pretty good in the post too.
BOYS BASKETBALL Biddeford 64, Sanford 56 Bonny Eagle 52, Scarborough 43 Calais 77, Narraguagus 53 Deering 61, Gorham 54 Edward Little 64, Bangor 52 Falmouth 58, Wells 47 Forest Hills Consolidated 59, Buckfield 45 Fort Fairfield 64, Wisdom 36 Freeport 71, Traip (Robert W.) Academy 46 Fryeburg Academy 52, Gray-New Gloucester 35 Gardiner Area 56, Morse 38 Hampden Academy 67, Brewer 43 Hyde 70, Richmond 30 Leavitt Area 69, Oak Hill 28 Lewiston 47, Brunswick 46 Machias 71, Woodland 35 Marshwood 75, Kennebunk 35 Medomak Valley 66, Lincoln Academy 53 Messalonskee 58, Skowhegan Area 51 Mt.
BOYS BASKETBALL Boothbay Region 65, Hall-Dale 42 Easton 58, Limestone Community 38 Ellsworth 43, John Bapst Memorial 36 Madison Area Memorial 62, Monmouth Academy 32 Penquis Valley 46, Dexter Regional 38 Spruce Mountain COOP (Jay/Livermore Falls) 60, Mountain Valley49 Wiscasset 42, St.
The Frank Gaziano high school scholarship and award winners were announced in Augusta Sunday.Scarborough’s Logan Mars and Thornton Academy’s Luke Libby were named the top high school football offensive and defensive lineman in the state because of their hard work on the field, in the classroom and their communities.Mack Andrews of John Bapst was the only eastern Maine finalist up for the honor.The scholarship and awards program was created in memory of Frank J Gaziano, founder of National Distributors and a former college all american and professional football player.Funding for the scholarships was provided by National Distributors.
The teams from Class D competing, there’s the Jonesport-Beals Royals rocking out to “December 1963.”Other teams competing in this division including Machias, Ashland, Rangeley, and Fort Fairfield.We’ll give you the rundown of the qualifiers.