The Casco Bay Pee Wee Tier I hockey team, consisting of players from Forecaster Country, beat the Maine Gladiators 8-0 Sunday to win the state championship, extending their unbeaten streak to 42 games over two seasons.
Standing (left to right): Zac Doucette, coach Dave Weatherbie, Ted Hart, coach Brad Weller, Zach Luce, Griffin Py, coach Paul Freeman, Sam Michaud, Max Watson, coach John Hart, Sterling Weatherbie.
Kneeling: Lucas Michaud, Colin Merrill, Stephen Barry, Dane Pauls, Ben Freeman, Will Coleman, Mitchel Donovan, Alden Weller, Cody Pierce, Reid Howland.
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