Falmouth's Patty Stogsdill and Mary Whited and Scarborough's Cyndi Bona were part of the Maine senior women's basketball team which won a gold medal at the National Senior Games in Palo Alto, Calif., last week. Maine went 8-1 and defeated the Colorado Herd, 28-27, in double-overtime, in the final. It was the first gold medal won by a Maine women's team at the National Senior Games.
Left to right: Cyndi Bona, Patty Stogsdill, Kathy Sanborn, Mary Whited, Lana Merchant, coach Maureen McInnis.
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