The Portland Junior Pirates U-19 girls' hockey team won the recent state of Maine championship with a win over the Maine Moose. The Junior Pirates will next compete in the New England regionals.
The team consists of:
Devan Kane (Scarborough), Olivia Drew (York), Sam Nablo (Scarborough), Kendall Carr (York), Drew Barry (Portland), Ariel Potter (Yarmouth), Tori Stocks (York), Sandra Strogen (Madbury, N.H.), Meg Finlay (Greely), Paige Tuller (Greely), Sarah Martens (Scarborough), Jenna Pepin (Sanford), Gabrielle Boualavanh (Berwick Academy). Katie Roy (Cheverus), Coach Matt Libby.
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