A group of Falmouth 4th graders defeated Topsham, 36-6, and Oak Hill, 38-4, to advance to the championship game of the Mt. Ararat Youth Basketball Tournament, where they defeated Gardiner, 20-16, to capture the championship for the second consecutive year.
Front row (left to right): Allie Cunningham, Cameron Birks, Camille Clement, Carly Piers.
Back row: Coach Hester, Lexi Bugbee, Annika Hester, Lauren Welch, Hilary Bouchard, Coach Cunningham, Coach Clement.
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