The three Fitzpatrick Trophy finalists will have to wait another week to find out who will be chosen as Maine’s top high school senior football player.

Because of a snowstorm expected to linger into Sunday morning, Fitzpatrick Trophy committee chairman Jack Dawson decided to postpone the banquet until Sunday, Jan. 26.

The event, now in its 49th year, be held at the Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland, starting at noon. This is the second consecutive year that weather has caused a week’s delay.

The finalists are Marshwood fullback/linebacker Justin Bryant and running back/cornerbacks Jarett Flaker of Scarborough and Zach Maturo of Bonny Eagle.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

WINDHAM 49, LEWISTON 35: The Eagles (9-4) fell behind 13-3 midway through the first quarter but used a 14-2 second-quarter run to take the lead for good against the Blue Devils (4-8) in Windham.

Hannah Talon scored 12 of her 16 points in the first half. The Eagles erased a 15-8 deficit after one quarter by outscoring Lewiston 30-4 over the next 16 minutes.

Madeline Foster led Lewiston with 21 points.

WESTBROOK 46, BIDDEFORD 43: The Blue Blazes (3-10) used a 12-7 advantage in the fourth quarter to defeat the Tigers (2-9) in Biddeford.

Elizabeth Cole scored 15 points, Ariana Alcide chipped in with 10 and Natalie LaBrie added nine for Westbrook.

Chantelle Bouchard led Biddeford with 13 points.

BOOTHBAY 39, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 25: Glory Blethen scored 13 points and Chloe Arsenault had 12, leading the Seahawks (10-2) past the Phoenix (3-9) in Jay.

Boothbay outscored Spruce Mountain 8-0 in the third quarter to take control after holding a 20-19 halftime lead.

Mariyah Fournier paced the Phoenix with eight points.

KENNEBUNK 43, LEAVITT 13: Alana Schatzabel and Emily Archibald scored 14 points apiece for the Rams (11-2) in a win over the Hornets (3-7) in Turner.

Taylor White had eight points for Leavitt, which trailed 25-4 at halftime.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 57, WISCASSET 20: Kierstyn Lyons scored 10 of her 13 points in the first quarter as the Falcons (8-5) flew past the Wolverines (0-10) in Wiscasset.

Lyons hit two 3-pointers in the opening quarter to help the Falcons built an 18-3 lead. Autumn Freeman got nine of her 12 points in the second quarter as Mountain Valley pushed its margin to 39-8 at halftime.

Kateleen Colby led Wiscasset with eight points.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

BIDDEFORD 77, WESTBROOK 51: Will Harriman scored 27 points to lead the Tigers (7-4) past the Blue Blazes (3-10) in Westbrook.

Kelvin Omeze and Marc Reali each added 13 points for Biddeford, which trailed 19-18 after one quarter but took control with a 23-12 edge in the second quarter.

Connor Doolittle and Tyler Hethcoat had 12 points apiece for Westbrook.

RANGELEY 69, A.R. GOULD 31: Kenny Thompson scored 26 points for the Lakers (11-1) in a win over the Bears (4-5) in Rangeley.

KeShawn Brown led A.R. Gould with 16 points, and Drake Craft scored 12.

BOYS’ HOCKEY

MARANACOOK 4, MARSHWOOD 3: Cam Jordan assisted on the tiebreaking goal in the third period, then scored less than a minute later, and Maranacook/Winthrop/Madison/Spruce Mountain/Lawrence (2-6) held off Marshwood/Traip/Sanford/Noble (1-9) at Kents Hill.

Coleman Watson broke a 2-2 tie with 9:20 remaining. Pat Prescott and Jon Rioux each had a goal and an assist for Maranacook.

Anthony Newton, Eli Janetos and Chase Stanley scored for Marshwood.

LEWISTON 2, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Brock Bergeron scored late in the first period, and Drew St. Hilaire added an insurance goal early in the third as the Blue Devils (9-0) shut out South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete (5-3-1) at Troubh Ice Arena.

GIRLS’ HOCKEY

MT. ARARAT 5, CHEVERUS 3: Maddie Young scored twice in the second period and Ema Hawkes got two goals in the third as Mt. Ararat/Morse/Lisbon (8-5-1) defeated Cheverus/Old Orchard Beach (11-4) at Family Ice Center.

Lucia Pompeo scored two goals and assisted on Elle Cooney’s second-period goal that gave Cheverus a 2-1 lead.

Megan Reed opened the scoring for Mt. Ararat.

YARMOUTH 8, BRUNSWICK 1: Yarmouth/Freeport (8-9) got goals from seven players, including two from Sadie Carnes, to beat the Dragons (1-14) at Travis Roy Arena.

Katie Hughes, Chloe White, Hannah Swift, Olivia Bradford, Sophie Newberg and Emma Moll contributed a goal apiece, and Kate Tracy and Paige Rinaldi each had two assists.

Elena Palmer scored for Brunswick with six seconds left.

WINSLOW 5, PORTLAND 3: Winslow/Gardiner/Cony (8-5-1) got goals from Alayna Blier, Lindsey Bell and Julia Hinkley in a span of 52 seconds early in the third period to rally past Portland/Deering (8-7) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Caroline Lerch scored twice in the first period and assisted on a second-period goal by Lucy Howe for Portland.

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