Maine Elite Lacrosse, featuring several top middle school players from local towns, competed in the recent Novembuurrr Lacrosse Tournament in Epping, N.H. MEL finished 2-1-1 and tied Shrewsbury, Mass., 8-8 in the championship game. Scarborough's Andrew Farrington had seven goals and an assist in the four games. Scarborough's Austin Doody added five goals and three assists. Brunswick's Chris Mrvichin played goalie and made 20 saves.
Left to right: Head coach Don Glover, Thomas Lawson, Chris Mrvichin, Isaac Sinclair, Matt Murphy, Cameron Glover, Austin Doody, Cam McMullen, Bailey Koch, Jimmy Talbott, Andrew Farrington, Brad Gilbert, assistant coach Tom Talbott, assistant coach Tobey Farrington.
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