Monday, March 10, 2014
Cape Elizabeth's girls' basketball season ended in the Western Class B quarterfinals Tuesday with a 67-39 loss to second-ranked Leavitt.
But Coach Chris Roberts couldn't be more pleased with her team's season. The Capers started two freshmen (Mary Perkins and Kate Miklavic) and a sophomore (Marlo Dell'Aquila), but finished 9-10.
"I'm thrilled for the kids," said Roberts. "It's been 15 years since they've been on a tournament floor like this. And it's the experience.
"It's kind of, hopefully, they've got a taste of what it's about and they come back next year and think, getting there isn't good enough. But I'm thrilled."
RICK CLARK, the York girls' coach, gave an assist to his wife, Lauren, after the Wildcats beat Gray-New Gloucester 55-14.
It seems the Wildcats' bus didn't show up at the school to take the team to Portland. So Lauren Clark drove to Wells, got a school bus and got the Wildcats to Portland.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.