LEWISTON — Lewiston forward Kyle Lemelin became the 19th recipient of the Travis Roy Award at the Class A Coaches Association awards banquet at the Ramada Inn Sunday.

Presented annually to Maine’s top Class A senior hockey player, the award is named in honor of Travis Roy, a former Yarmouth resident and North Yarmouth Academy player left paralyzed from a spinal cord injury sustained 11 seconds into his first shift as a Boston University freshman in 1995.

Lemelin, who led the Blue Devils in scoring the past two seasons, is the second player from his school to receive the award.


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