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The Riverhawks beat Bucksport 62-24, Belfast 60-31, Brewer 60-30, Camden 66-21, Mt.Ararat 60-30, and Oxford Hills 51-34.
Lash recognized the 2012 West B cheering champions; the 2012 boys’ KVAC champions, coach Nick DePatsy for being KVAC Class B Coach of the Year; Alanna Vose for scoring her 1000th point and for being KVAC Class B girls’ Player of the Year; Taylor Pelkey for being KVAC Cheering Athlete of the Year; and Stefan Nicholls for breaking three school wrestling records.
Lash announced that MVHS received a $1900 check from First Hoop.
Lash recognized swimming, track and ice hockey athletes.
Admission on Friday is $2 for adults, $1 for students. Admission on Saturday is $3 for adults and $2 for students. Tournament format is round robin with the best two teams facing each other for the championship. Concessions will be available.
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They opened their season with a win over Morse. At the Great Harbor Shootout in Bar Harbor, they lost to Hamden, beat Erskine and lost to Hermon.
At the Augusta Y last weekend they beat Mt.Valley, Leavitt, Dirigo, and Cony to advance to the championship game with MDI. The Panthers lost to MDI by four for second place.
Emily Leach competed at elementary level one in the tournament.