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Clem LaBree

Clem is a native of Old Town and has covered sports locally for 20 years. As a lifelong resident of the area, he knows the importance of local sports to the communities and the passion that fans in those communities have for their teams. In 1999, Clem was named Maine Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. Additionally he has received 18 awards form the Maine Association of Broadcasters and the Maine Associated Press for his work in reporting and play-by-play. Some of his most memorable moments in sports include the UMaine women’s basketball win over Stanford in the NCAA Tournament, attending the “Snow Bowl” game when the Patriots beat the Raiders in the AFC playoffs and calling the Senior League World Series Championship when Bangor played Aruba. Clem is a graduate of Old Town High School and the New England School of Communications and lives in Bradley.
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Tool of the Week: Palisades High School or Tommy Lineberry? [POLL]

This week's nominees are Palisades High School in California who has decided to let NBA outlaw Ron Artest - aka - Metta World Peace work as an assistant coach with their girls basketball team.

Tommy Lineberry is the other name on the ballot. He is the golf cart driver at last weeks U.S. Open who drove over the foot of a State Trooper and was arrested for OUI.

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Old Town’s Martin Wins Top PVC Awards

 

Old Town junior pitcher Rachel Martin took home the top two conference post-season honors in high school softball. Martin has been named the PVC Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year after posting a record of 12-0 with a 1.33 E

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Tool of the Week: Manny Machado or Steve Coburn? [VOTE]

This week's nominees are the Orioles Manny Machado for "allegedly" throwing the bat at A's pitcher Fernando Abad. Machado goes against California Chrome co-owner Steve Coburn for his post Belmont Stakes tirade.

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