A Mid-Coast farewell to winter sports

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(Ed. Note: The basketball season was recapped last week)

Regardless of the winter sport, there were plenty of thrills to be had in the Mid-Coast this year.

Brunswick’s boys’ hockey team made a trip to the playoffs.

Track once again produced many superb performances. Mt. Ararat’s boys were second at the Class A state meet.

In the pool, Morse’s girls were runners-up.

Local skiers and wrestlers were also solid from start to finish.

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Winter Individual Champions

Swimming
Emily Buczkowski, Morse, girls’ 50 freestyle, Class A
Emily Buczkowski, Morse, girls’ 100 free, Class A
Kristin Snipe, Mt. Ararat, girls’ diving, Class A

Track
Alexis Dickinson, Brunswick, girls’ 55, Class A
Kathleen McMahon, Brunswick, girls’ two-mile, Class A
Mike Slovenski, Brunswick, boys’ pole vault, Class A
McKenzie Gary, Mt. Ararat, boys’ 55, Class A
McKenzie Gary, Mt. Ararat, boys’ 200, Class A
McKenzie Gary, Mt. Ararat, boys’ long jump, Class A
Randi London, Mt. Ararat, girls’ shot put, Class A

Wrestling
Jared Jensen, Brunswick, Class A 130-pounds
Jake Oh, Mt. Ararat, Class A 145
Malcolm Marshall, Mt. Ararat, Class A 152

Junior Dylan Towle and the Brunswick boys’ hockey team made a run to the playoffs this winter.

Morse standout Emily Buczkowski was named the Class A girls’ swimmer of the meet last month.

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