The Maine Juniors 15-Gold volleyball team recently competed at Winterfest, the largest volleyball tournament in New England, in Hartford, Conn., and qualified for the quarterfinals of the Gold Bracket, finishing sixth out of 30 teams in their age bracket. The tournament attracts over 180 teams from New England and New York, in age brackets from 14-18.
Bottom row: Dianna Kolb (Gorham), Aleeya Jones (Wiscasset), Madison Tait (Falmouth).
Middle row: Rose Punsky (Cape Elizabeth), Kiera MacWhinnie (Waynflete), Malia White (Falmouth), Paige Pandora (Windham).
Top row: Coach Lee Burkhardt, Jamie Jannarone (Windham), Abby Snow (Scarborough), Amanda Watson (Falmouth), Coach Jim Wilberg.
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