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Camire and Mackie are 2023 Foul Shooting Champions
Braden Camire of Thornton Academy and Audrey Mackie of Oceanside High School are our 2023 Maine State Foul Shooting Champions. The sharp shooters earned the titles in a competition during the Maine McDonalds Senior All Star Basketball game weekend at Husson University in Bangor.
Camire, a 5'10" McDonalds All Star guard, was perfect from the line, sinking all 50 of his shots. Mackie, a 5'8" senior guard and McDonalds All Star, imade 46/50 of her free throws. Congratulations to all of our competitors. Photo Gallery at rvgphotos.com
South C/D Girls Defeat North
In the final game of the 2023 Maine McDonald's Senior All-Star Weekend at Husson University in Bangor, the girls from the South defeated the North girls 64-50. Leading the South was Elise MacNair of Old Orchard Beach. The Miss Maine Basketball Finalist, who just led the Seagulls to the Class C State Championship, scored 14 points. Lindsay Hamilton of Carrabec HS and Amanda Trepanier of Hall-Dale HS each added 10.
The North was led by Penobscot Valley's Holly Loring who tallied 13 points. Jaydin Anderson of Machias HS added 11.
MacNair and Loring were named game MVPs for their respective teams.
The Maine Association of Basketball Coaches would like to thank the Maine McDonald's Owner/Operators, our host Husson University, players, coaches, fans, the referees who donated their services and all our sponsors, who were instrumental in making the weekend's event a very successful one.
All net proceeds from this 43rd Annual All-Star Weekend go to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maine, whose Ronald McDonald House Programs in Bangor and Portland provide a home away from home for families who need to be close while their seriously ill children receive medical care.
South C-D Boys defeat North
The C-D boys from the South got their region's first victory of the day with a 110-82 decision over the North at Husson University. Earlier in the day, the girls and boys from the AA-A-B classes were both victorious.
The South, who had a 52-40 lead at halftime, were led in scoring by Landon Johnson of Old Orchard Beach with 23 points. Charlie Houghton of Dirigo HS had a terrific all-around game and scored 21 points. Conner Vachon of Richmond HS had 15 points and Trenton Hutchinson of Dirigo added 10.
6'4" guard/center Will Kusnierz of Dexter HS led the North scoring with 16 points. Jace Cook of Calais HS, Graham Siltz of Southern Aroostook HS and Woodland's Ethan Monk scored 13 points each. Also tallying double figures was Jonesport-Beals' Damon Beal with 10 points.
Named MVPs of the game were Kusnierz and Houghton.
North Boys Defeat South in Large School Contest
The 2nd game of the 2023 McDonald's All-Star Weekend saw the boys from the North defeating the South, 82-79. With the victory, the North teams took a 2-0 lead over their Southern Maine counterparts.
6'2" point guard Malachi Cummings of Presque Isle High School led the North in scoring with 16 points, all in the second half. North Game MVP Silvano Ismail of Cheverus HS added 10 points, as did Oxford Hills' Cole Pulkkinen.
The South was led by South MVP Andrew Perry. The Marshwook HS star scored a game high 18 points. Tom Hardy of the Brunswick Dragons scored 12 and Falmouth's Judd Armstrong added 10.
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