Former Cony players and assistant coaches yell “1, 2, 3, together!” after posing for a group shot at the Game On For Vachon fundraiser Thursday at the Quarry Tap Room in Hallowell. The cheer was the way coach Paul Vachon always ended practices. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Don Ponitz walks down to the basement Wednesday at the 1902 Bank Block building on Main Street in Oakland. The basement once held a tin shop, he said. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

An Atlantic sturgeon leaps from the water Thursday as people fish on the Kennebec River in Waterville. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

People stand on the Bridge Street bridge Saturday, June 27, near A1 Diner, to view sturgeon swimming upstream in Cobbosseecontee Stream in downtown Gardiner. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Jay Hayes and his wife, Diane, pass the Colby College White Mule sculpture Tuesday as part of a 5-mile trek around the Waterville campus. Jay Hayes is a custodian at the college’s student center, Cotter Union. They say they walk the same route daily. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

The North’s Aillie Erdt (14) of Hermon gets tripped by the South’s Madelyn Breton-Tuplin (1) of Lisbon during an all-star game at Thomas College in Waterville on Saturday, June 24. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

Christopher Cart, left, Jen Greta Cart, behind him, install The Historic Hallowell Mural Monday, June 19, on the back of 89 Water Street in Hallowell. The window behind them is Hallowell City Hall where the blank sections were spread out so that they could draw a large circle in July 2019. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Lead actors of “The Story Of My Life” Christopher Blonski, left, and Zack Lopez Roa, perform in a dress rehearsal on Thursday. The Theater at Monmouth presents “The Story Of My Life” in Cumston Hall from July 1 to Aug. 12. Ashley Allen/Kennebec Journal

An antique car with 1923 Maine license plates leads the way Sunday, June 25, through Vassalboro. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Jack Quinn, 15, left, and his caddy Jade Haylock, 16, bump fists after Quinn sank a 20 foot putt for a birdie on the first hole during the opening round of the Maine Event on Monday at the Augusta Country Club in Manchester. Haylock, who was also competing, caddied a few holes before she needed to report for her tee time. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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