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    Sam Skop of Falmouth could rebound. Never much doubt about that. But told to be more involved in the offense, he responded with 35 points in three postseason games, helping the high-scoring Coyne brothers. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer)

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    Deandre White, left, has been one of the South Portland players who have starred in the postseason.

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    Jack Fiorini and his South Portland High teammates knew they would be in the Class AA South tournament but still, losing nine games in the regular season wasn’t good. But Fiorini and his teammates have put it together when it matters, and will play Portland in the state final.

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    Sure, Portland has shown a lot of talent while breezing through this one-loss season. Yet it’s not just the stars, but players like the do-everything Griffin Foley, second right, who have made a difference.

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    Milo Belleau was a huge reason Waynflete beat Winthrop to win the Class C South title, earning the right to twirl the net while his crestfallen opponents could only watch. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

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    Yeah, Nate Smth remembered. So did his Lake Region teammates. After suffering a loss that lingered to Cape Elizabeth in a regional final a year ago, they were ready to rise just a little higher this season, and made it to the Class B championship game Friday night against Ellsworth at Bangor. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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