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    Waterville Senior High School’s Liz Bell, center, holds the Gold Ball after the Purple Panthers edged Lake Region 52-51 in the 2007 Class B state championship game at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland.

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    Cindy Blodgett, far right, and Lawrence High teammates Taffy Witham, left, and Marsha Hamlin, center, celebrate after they won the Eastern A championship over Stearns in March 1992 at the old Bangor Auditorium.

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    Cony High School’s Katie Rollins dribbles past Mt. Ararat High School defender Erin Johnson during a January 31, 2004 game at Cony High School.

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    Valley senior caption Nick Pelotte runs past James Godley, of East Grand, during a March 2001 game.

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    The 1944 Waterville boys basketball team went 27-0 and won the Maine Class A title. The Panthers then went on to win the New England high school championship.

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    Valley High School’s Luke Hartwell leaps into brother Jason’s arms after the Cavaliers won their fifth consecutive state championship in Augusta on March 3, 2002. Brian Andre, in background, Chris Atwood (12) and Lucas Melcher (14) join the celebration.

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