Saturday, April 19, 2014
Nice touch of class late Monday night by the Bonny Eagle fans who gathered after the Scots had lost to No. 1 Deering 37-30 in the Western Class A quarterfinals.
First they applauded Coach Sue Rondeau as she made her way down the court toward the exit at the Portland Expo.
Then they cheered the team as it came up the stairs from the locker room and also headed to the exit.
Rondeau, whose teams won only seven games the previous two seasons, said the loss was disappointing, but the program is hopefully headed in the right direction.
"For our program, the goal was to get in the playoffs and get to the Expo," she said. "So we raised that bar hopefully for the kids coming back next season. They can see how hard we worked to get this far."
THE LEAVITT GIRLS' basketball players wore pink t-shirts in warm-ups with the phrase "I believe in a cure'' on the back.
Coach Tammy Anderson said the team is doing it to bring attention to a cure for breast cancer after two of the players had grandmother's diagnosed with the disease in the last year.
Leavitt's colors are green and white.Tweet
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Tom Chard is a Portland native who has covered high school sports and golf for the Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram for 38 years. A three-sport athlete at Deering High, Tom's chief athletic pursuit is chasing the little white ball. He played in his 20th Maine Amateur Golf Championship in July.
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 Olympics. When he has free time – Ha! – he likes to read, collect comic books and watch the grass grow from his hammock.