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    Mackenzie Holmes, center, celebrates after a teammate scored just before the end of regulation in Thursday night's Class AA girls' basketball quarterfinal. Gorham won 63-37

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    Mackenzie Holmes of Gorham drives past Madison Legassey, left, and Katie Fitzpatrick of Maine Girls' Academy.

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    Adele Nadeau of Gorham hits a 3-point shot in the first half. Nadeau finished with 13 points, five rebounds and three steals.

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    Courtney Brent of Gorham drives to the basket as Katie Fitzpatrick of Maine Girls' Academy defends.

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    Michelle Rowe of Gorham and Serena Mower of Maine Girls' Academy reach for a loose ball in the first half.

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    Olivia Michaud of Gorham races up the court in the second half as Madison StoreySmith of Maine Girls' Academy tries to cut off the angle to the basket.

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    Olivia Michaud of Gorham looks for help as Katie Fitzpatrick, left, and Serena Mower of MAine Girls' Academy try to force a turnover.

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