The four finalists for the Travis Roy Award were announced Monday.

The award is given by the Maine Class A Coaches Association to the top senior boys’ hockey player in that class. It will be handed out Sunday during a banquet that begins at noon at the Ramada Inn in Lewiston.

The finalists are defenseman Justin Courtney of Bangor, and forwards Alex Fallon of Thornton Academy, Nik Lemieux of Biddeford and Kyle Lemelin of Lewiston.

Courtney recorded 29 points to lead a Rams squad that was the top seed in the Eastern Maine playoffs.

Fallon had 16 goals and 16 assists this winter.

Lemieux paced the Tigers with 21 goals and 22 assists.

Lemelin was the top scorer for the Blue Devils in each of the past two seasons.

All four players were captains of their teams.

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