3rd Midcoast HS SR. games ....March 24

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3rd Midcoast HS SR. games ....March 24

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 28, 2018 7:00 am

Third Midcoast High School Senior Basketball Showcase March 24 at Camden Hills

..There will be a girls game at 6 p.m. and boys contest at 7:30 p.m.

Unlike the first two years, there is no cost to attend this year's event; however, donations will be appreciated and accepted to help raise as much money as possible.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the participating schools' athletic departments and used for a variety of sports program needs.

Senior basketball players from Medomak Valley, Oceanside of Rockland/Thomaston, Camden Hills of Rockport, Belfast, Mount View of Thorndike, Searsport, Islesboro, North Haven and Vinalhaven will be invited to participate in the games.

The games will include 20 girls and 20 boys playing in separate court affairs. And, as an added twist, players selected from the same school, who normally are teammates, may be placed on separate teams and pitted against one another for this event.

Area coaches and athletic directors, among others, are invited to coach teams for the games.


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Re: 3rd Midcoast HS SR. games ....March 24

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:59 am

Players, teams, coaches, officials unveiled for Midcoast High School Senior Showcase
Rockport Automotive revs up as lead sponsor of third event; girls practice time changed

ROCKLAND — As the saying goes, the talent assembled for the third annual Midcoast High School Basketball Showcase on Saturday, March 24 at Camden Hills Regional High School is, to borrow a phrase, off the charts.

The group includes top players from a bundle of playoff teams, some of which surged to state and regional championship games, a player who tallied more than 1,000 career points, student-athletes who have the athletic ability to routinely dunk and a handful of participants who stand 6 feet 6 inches — or taller.

The Midcoast's version of March Madness — high school-style — is about to take off on one night, four days after the official start of spring.

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Re: 3rd Midcoast HS SR. games ....March 24

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 26, 2018 2:49 am

Senior athletes put wow factor in final court appearances
Third annual Courier Publications/VillageSoup games prove drama-filled, take overtimes to decide

...However, even those descriptions do not do justice to explain the high-level of performance put forth by area teenagers in the two fun-filled, down-to-the-wire basketball games.

So we will stick with just one word: Wow!

The third annual Midcoast High School Basketball Showcase lived up to its moniker in every sense, as it truly "showcased" the shooting, passing, dribbling and dunking skills of the area's best student-athletes.

Video from both games and boys photos will appear later with this story.

While defense clearly was not evident in the boys clash, while the girls, on the other hand, combined inspired defense and eye-opening offense, the final games of the high school careers of nearly 40 players kept hundreds of fans enthralled with the competitive drama that played out on the court.

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