HS gives Maine players game to cherish, chance to improve

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HS gives Maine players game to cherish, chance to improve

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 17, 2018 1:48 am

High school basketball gives Maine players game to cherish, chance to improve

High school basketball in Maine has changed markedly since Lauren Webster helped lead the Boothbay Region High School to the 1984 Class C state championship.

The 3-point arc was soon to be introduced, followed by the introduction of AAU and other offseason travel basketball programs during the 1990s.

Add in the growth in the number of media outlets covering this rite of winter — and the explosion of public yet often anonymous critique of the sport through social media — and the fates of teenage players around Maine have become one of the more heavily scrutinized activities of the high school experience.

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