Two balanced Falmouth 5th grade boys' basketball teams finished second and third in the 14-team Cape Elizabeth travel basketball league this season.
(Back row, left to right): Emmett Hamilton, Deacon Waitkevitch, Macklin WIlliams, Michael Simonds, Brady Douglas, Nate Rogers, Jack O'Hanlon, Sam Morrill, Max Orestis.
(Front row): Josh Grube, Lucas Olteanu, Joe DiPhilippo, Joe Dye, Austin Carpenter, C.J. Jones, Garrett Daniels, Alex Smith.
Absent: Josh LeFevre.
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Parades and observations honoring America's war dead will take place from Scarborough to Bath on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27.»