The states best senior basketball players got together Saturday for the annual McDonald's Senior All-Star games with the east and west winning two games each.McAuley High School's Allie Clement showed why she was named Miss Maine Basketball Scoring four straight baskets in a 2:30 stretch of the second half to finish with a game high 21 points. Clement's A/B west team beat the east 83-44.

In the girls C/D game Raychel Alley of Stearns hit four 3-pointers and led all scorers with 17 points as the east took down the west 73-68. Parise Rossignol of Van Buren added 13 points and Dexter's Abbie Melvin had 10.

Mr. Basketball Dustin Cole of Bonny Eagle poured in 19 points in leading the west to a 143-115 win over the east in the A/B boys game. Hampden's Zach Gilpin led the east with 26 points.

Offense was in full gear in the C/D boys game with the east scoring a 113- 107 win.

Foul Shooting Champions

  • Girls - Emily Kean - Spruce Mtn.
  • Boys - Garvey Melmed - Old Town

3-Point Shooting Champion

  • Allie Clement - McAuley
Dexter Coach Jody Grant (L) congratulates Old Town's Garvey Melmed

 

Dale Duff interviews Miss Basketball Allie Clement

 

Presque Isle Coach Jeff Hudson (L) & Oxford Hills Coach Scott Graffam (R) receive rocking chairs in honor of their 300th career wins.

 

Dale Duff talks with local McDonald's operator Gary Eckmann

 

McDonald's Charities of Maine make a $10,000 donation to the Good Shepard Food Bank.

 

Tip-off for the C/D boys game