As predicted, Schenck was much tougher than a #7 seed and played well. We did not play well until the end, as we committed 23 turnovers. We were tied at the half, 17-17, and trailed by only a point after three quarters despite 9 turnovers in that quarter. We were forcing passes and over passing.
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Stonington select board candidates on why they're running
STONINGTON—Dick Larrabee Sr. is challenging incumbent Donna Brewer, select board chair, in the town election on Saturday, March 5.
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Fills in during search for new superintendent
2021 lobster harvest the most valuable in the history of the fishery
75% increase over 2020
Flores receives Presidential Award for excellence in teaching
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Blue Hill planning board approves hospital plan
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Just For Kids holds its last graduation
Terri-Lee Jones retires
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