Aroostook League All-Star Games scheduled March 7

The annual Aroostook League Senior All-Star Basketball Game will be held at Caribou High School on Wednesday, March 7, with the girls game starting at 5:30 p.m. and the boys game at 7 p.m.
Proceeds from the game funds the Aroostook League Scholarship program. In 2017 the Aroostook League awarded 10 $400 scholarships at the annual Aroostook League Scholar/Athlete Banquet held in March.
The scholarship winners were chosen by a drawing and the scholarship was awarded at the beginning of the students’ second semester of their first year in college.
All those involved — referees, coaches, ticket takers, ticket sellers, announcer, the Maine Dance Academy, time keepers and scorekeepers — are volunteering their time to aid the Aroostook League Scholarship program.
This is the final time for basketball fans in Aroostook County to watch many of the outstanding senior boys and girls basketball players display their skills on the hardwood.
Admission is $3 for elementary, middle and high school students and $5 for adults.
Students from the Maine Dance Academy will present a dance performance at halftime of both games.

Aroostook League Senior All-Stars

Boys

Ashland: Baily Clark; Caribou: Nick Allen; Central Aroostook: Caleb Harris; East Grand: Thomas Gilman; Easton: Collin Sotomayor; Fort Fairfield: Isaac Cyr, Jared Harvey, Alex Sprague; Fort Kent: Jacob Daigle; Hodgdon: Wyatt Foster; Houlton: Cameron Cleary, Nick Perfitt; Katahdin: Hunter Craig, Brody Guiggey; Madawaska: Ben Hebert; Presque Isle: Griffin Guerrette; Shead: Ethan Lank; Wisdom: Jack Guerrette; Woodland: Matthew Miller, Justin Worden; Coaches: Randy Norsworthy, Steve Shaw

Girls

Ashland: Amber Chasse, Morgan Doughty; Caribou: Searra Herbert, Gabrielle Marquis; Central Aroostook: Kassie Levesque; East Grand: Haleigh Shay; Easton: Isabelle Morin; Fort Fairfield: Sadie Edgecomb; Fort Kent: Libby Lapointe, Cassidy Lovley; Hodgdon: Sydney Howell; Houlton: Kolleen Bouchard, Aspen Flewelling, Kristen Graham; Katahdin: Natalie Rickards; Madawaska: Hannah Nadeau; Presque Isle: Chrissy Skidgel, Emily Wheaton; Shead: Cassidy Wilder; Woodland: Jennie Cox; Coaches: Ron Ericson, Diane Trams

 

Pete Warner

About Pete Warner

Pete is a Bangor native who graduated from Bangor High School, Class of 1980. He earned a B.S. in Journalism (Advertising) from the University of Maine in 1986. He has been a full-time member of the Bangor Daily News Sports staff since 1984. Pete lives in Bangor with his wife of 32 years, Annia. They have two adult sons, Will and Paul. Pete is fluent in Spanish and enjoys visiting his in-laws and friends in Costa Rica. His hobbies including hunting, fishing and listening to jazz.