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MAINE ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES
IMPROVING BASKETBALL & RECOGNIZING PLAYERS & COACHES IN MAINE

 

Bangor March 9: Brayden Brescia and Hunter Hartsgrove were crowned the 2024 Maine Association of Basketball Coaches State Foul Shooting Champions at Husson University in Bangor. Competing against competitors of regional winners on the morning of the MABC McDonald's All Star Games, players took 50 shots each.

brayden brescoa 400Brescia, a 5'10" junior guard from Caribou High School, made 46 of 50 shots to win the boys' title. He qualified for the competition by making 48 or 50 shots, followed by a shootout to break a tie, in the regional competition. John Patenaude of Gray-New Gloucester High School came in second place with 45 made shots. Other regional winners competing were Traip Academy's Sam Jordan (42) and Lake Region's Reid Plummer (41).

In the girls' competition, Hartsgrove, a 5'11" senior forward from Katahdin High School, sank 45 of 50 free throws to win the championship. hunter hartsgrove 400She qualified for the free throw championship by making 48 of 50 shots in the regionals. Tied for second place were Tessa Ferguson of Old Orchard Beach High School and Taylor Hodge of Westbrook High School, who made 42 each. Brunswick's Alexis Morin, who had made 49/50 in the regional competition, made 39 in the state championship.

MABC East Vice President Jody Grant of Dexter High School made the award presentations. 

Foul shooting championship photos available at rvg photos logo 180

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hunter hartsgrove free throw champ