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    Girls’ basketball finalists - Photos by Derek Davis/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Maybe it will be Alicia Dumont standing out for Gray-New Gloucester in the Class B state final against Houlton. Maybe it will be somebody else. That’s the type of team the Patriots have. No real standouts but on the other hand, just try and beat them. Go ahead. Try.

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    Kaylea Lundin of Gorham loves to run, as Edward Little will find out in the Class AA final. Just loves it. The problem comes when you try and stop her. Many have tried …

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    Girls’ basketball finalists - John Ewing/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Sure, Rick Clark will be coaching his final game for York after 34 seasons. But he’s done a good job keeping the focus off himself and onto the players, and he has some good ones, including Shannon Todd.

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    Nia Irving is the big-time player, the one headed to Division I basketball with Boston University. But when opponents take her game away, Dominique Lewis, left, among others, has the ability to step up.

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    And then there’s Page Brown, also of Boothbay Region. Also a standout. And also has a mother who was on that state championship team of 1984. Brown and Blethen get that chance to follow in their footsteps. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

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    Faith Blethen. Remember the name. She’s a freshman standout for Boothbay Region and if she seems to have it in her genes to be a winner, it’s because she does. Her mom was a Boothbay state champion in 1984. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

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