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The Rebound • March 2018

Volume 4, the March, 2018 edition of The Rebound has been published. In it, MABC President Peter Murray shares valuable information and resources that address issues that basketball coaches are faced with during the season. He also does a nice wrap up of the McDonald's All Star Weekend and shares some information about the Fall Showcase, a new event spearheaded by TJ Maines in the Fall of 2017. Click here to download.

2019 McDonald's Senior All Star Weekend

Maine McDonalds All Star Games Logo blackSaturday, March 9, 2019
Newman Gymnasium, Husson University, Bangor, Maine
Tickets: $8/adults     $5/children

Now in it's 39th year, you don't want to miss this years NORTH vs. SOUTH Basketball action!
All-Star athletes from across the State come together to put on a amazing show for you, complete with slam-dunk and foul shooting contests!

Your ticket is good for all Four action packed games.  Enjoy all the games with your friends, family and teammates!

All net proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Maine.

Join us for the 39th annual Maine McDonald’s All-Star High School Basketball Games in partnership with the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches.   

The games will be held at Husson University on Saturday, March 9 with an awards banquet held on Friday, March 8 at the Anah Shrine Hall, beginning at 6:30pm. This statewide event recognizes and celebrates 120 high school seniors, as well as their schools, coaches, and athletic programs that continually teach the value of teamwork, discipline, and academics.

100% of the net proceeds will directly benefit the children and families served by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maine. Since 1983, RMHC Maine has been a place of comfort, care, and hope for thousands of families on the medical journey of their child’s illness. In this home away from home, families are met with a welcoming smile from a friendly volunteer, a home-cooked meal to enjoy after a long day at the hospital, and a restful night’s sleep in a caring environment.

For more information, visit the official McDonald's© Senior All Star website.



State Foul Shooting Championships

The MABC will be holding their 2019 State Foul Shooting Championships as part of McDonalds© Senior All Star Weekend. The competition finals will pit representatives from four divisions of the state prior to the all-star games at Husson Universary on Saturday, March 9th. This year's competitors and regional champions are:

North Region: 

Boys:  Chris Albert - Old Town High School - Made 46 of 50 and 8 of 10 in shootout.

Girls:   Faith Sjoberg - Presque Isle H.S.  - Made 45 of 50

East Region: 

Boys:  Jeremy Richard - Foxcroft Academy -  Made 46 out of 50 and 8 of 10 in Shootout 

Girls:   Peyton Grant - Dexter Regional H.S. - Made 49 out of 50 

Central Region: 

Boys:  Parker Desjardins - Made 45-50

Girls:  Annie Cooke - Made 45-50

South Region: 

Boys: Nicco Petre - Falmouth High School - Made 48/50

Girls: Faith Blethen - Boothbay Region HS - Made 46/50

Bouchard & Moss Named 2018 Miss/Mr. Basketball

Kolleen Bouchard of the Houlton High School Shiretowners was named the 2018 Miss Maine Basketball at the Maine McDonald's Senior All-Star Banquet in Bangor on March 9th. Bouchard, who led Houlton to State Championships in 2015 and 2016 and regional titles in 2017 and 2018. She is the second member of her family to be named the outstanding MABC player of the year. Her brother Kyle was names Mr. Basketball in 2015. Kolleen plans to attend Bentley College in the fall. Other Miss Maine finalists were Page Brown of Boothbay Regional High School and Emily Wheaton of Presque Isle High School.

Terion Moss of the Portland High School Bulldogs earned the title of Mr. Maine Basketball for 2018. The 5 foot 10 inch guard averaged 19.9 points, 4.6 assists and 4 rebounds and 2.9 stals this past season. He is the two-time Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year. He took the awards presentation as an opportunity to announce his verbal commitment to play for the Universtiy of Maine next season. Moss led Portland to State Class AA Championships in 2016 and 2017 and a 17-1 regular season record this past season. Taylor Schildroth of George Stevens Academy and Ian McIntyre of Hampden Academy were the other two finalist. 

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