The Lady of Hope eighth grade boys' basketball team from Portland won the Division I bracket of the first annual Boston Courage Challenge, then took their third consecutive state AAU championship, beating Downeast Basketball, 60-40, in the finals. The team has qualified for D1 nationals in Orlando, Fla., July 10-16.
From left: Omar Contreras, Sabri Najar, Emanual Yugu, Griffin Foley, Owen Martinson, Blaize Vail, Connor Buckley, Zach Broome, Ethan Mondor and coach Peter Buckley.
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