Two local Maine Senior women's basketball teams got to the championship game of the recent National Senior Games in Cleveland. The Maine Quick Silver wound up winning the gold medal of the 55-59 age division.
Left to right: Janice Pendleton (Brunswick), Anne Dunne (Scarborough), Laurie Bjorn, Linda Packard, Tammie Higgins (Portland), coach Mario Barros.
The Maine Flashes were the runners-up, losing to the Quick Silver in the final.
Left to right: Deb Smith (Portland), Nancy Richardson (South Portland), Joan Howard, Nancy Fortin, Joanne Lannin, Sue Dunn, coach Lisa Hodge.
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