Thursday, May 23, 2013
Leavitt High's boys' basketball players wore warm-up t-shirts with "Daigle 33 RIP'' on the back.
That was in honor of Madison Daigle, a Leavitt High student who was killed in a car crash last fall.
"He would have been a senior with these boys,'' said Coach Mike Hathaway.
EVERYONE SEEMED to be having trouble shooting foul shots at the Expo. Even Cape Elizabeth's Theo Bowe missed three, including two in overtime.
"Just a bad foul shooting day overall,'' said York's Aaron Todd, who missed five of six. "I've never done that. We work hard at them all the time. Maybe it's just this first game.''
York's Kyle Robinson did hit 5 of 5 in the decisive fourth quarter of a 52-47 win over Leavitt. That came after he missed two in the third – including an airball.
"Real nervous,'' said Robinson. "Then I said, 'this is just like any other gym.' ''
DON CROSBY and Malcolm Merrill, teammates on Cony's first Class A championship team in 1966, were at the Augusta Civic Center watching the Eastern Class A tournament.Tweet
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Paul Betit is an Augusta native and graduate of the University of Maine. He has covered Maine high school sports for more than 30 years and is entering his seventh season as a beat writer covering the Portland Pirates. In his spare time, Betit writes mystery-suspense novels. Occasionally, he tries to sink his second career hole-in-one.
Glenn Jordan came to Maine in 1994 to cover the nascent Portland Sea Dogs. After eight baseball seasons and three children – the last two within 18 minutes of each other – he became a part-time writer. Among the sports he covers are now are tennis, skiing, swimming and running. He has a degree in philosophy from Dartmouth, a decent forehand and a penchant for checkers.
Mike Lowe is a Massachusetts native who feels he's lived long enough in Maine (since 1982) to have roots here. He graduated from Boston University and has worked in New Hampshire and Maine, covering everything from the Little League World Series to the Summer Olympics. When he has free time – Ha! – he likes to read, collect comic books and watch the grass grow from his hammock.