The China Middle School girls varsity basketball team experienced a fantastic season, capped off by a win in the SVAC championship game against Vassalboro Community School. Both China and Vassalboro had only one loss each during the regular season, to each other, with both games decided by one point. On February 17, the two teams met for a third time for the conference championship with the China girls pulling out a thrilling three-point victory. Schools participating in the SVAC are China, Windsor, St. Michael’s, of Augusta, Vassalboro, Palermo, Chelsea, Temple Academy, of Waterville, and Whitefield. China team members include, front row, from left to right, Courtney Paine, Mackenzie Roderick, Hayden Hoague, Madison Lully and Sarah Praul. Back row, Samantha Golden, Catherine Durant, Katie Bourque, Coach Ryan Reed, Acadia Senkbeil, Madyx Kennedy, Julia Barber, Emily Clark, Lili Lefebvre, and assistant coach Mike Crommett. Absent from photo, Emma Jefferson.
The Winslow Youth Wrestling team went through another successful season. Front row, from left to right, Ben Thomas, Hunter Bussell, Liam McKenney, Kael Segars, Ryder Rodrigue, Ethan Larrabee, Owen Vigue and Noah Young. Back, coach Kris Segars, Morgan McKenney, Gunner Bussell, Ian McKenney, Troy Hachey Chase Larrabee, Benjamin Ireland and coach Frank Ouellette.
Photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff
The Central Maine Youth Hockey Association Bantam Hornets won the gold medal at the MHD March showdown tournament, posting a 4-1 record during the event. Front, goalie Thomas Thornton. Front row, from left to right, Wyatt Grenier, CJ Larson, Tyler Harris, Ethan Timmins, Joel Parker, Owen Evans and Chase Cuevas Bumps. Back row, Coach Evans, Dominic Burgoyne, Nathan Miller, Nicolas Fontaine, Dominic Rodrigue, Coach Rodrigue, Abigail Ross, Katie Bailey, Connor Evans, Thomas Fortin and Coach Gendreau.
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