The Portland Recreation High School Basketball League was won by Riverton Rec last week, which downed the undefeated Yellow Jackets of the Portland Boys and Girls Club, 65-59, at the Portland Expo. Riverton's title was its second in a row. The Riverton team consists of players from Deering High School. The long-running competitive Rec league is comprised of 12 teams from Portland, South Portland and Auburn/Lewiston.
Front row (left to right): Ben Peterson, Mike Thurston, Eddy Koma, Ismail Abdi.
Back row: Coach Jason Bradley, Jamal Ali, Adam Amabile, Allen Seyler, Drew Waterhouse, David Matthew, King Cua, Caleb Angell.
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