The Star-Herald

Top Hotshots advance to states

CARIBOU, MaineThe Maine Recreation and Parks Association/Maine Red Claws Regional Hotshot Competition was held in Caribou Monday, March 4. The first and second place finishers advanced to the state competition in Portland on March 10.

The winners in the 9-10 year-old boys division were, first place, Chandler St. Peter of Caribou, 128 points; second place, Logan Sherman of Houlton, 113.

For 9-10 year-old girls: first place, Blayne Tardif of Presque Isle, 106 points; second place, Lenora Curtis of Presque Isle, 81.

Advancing in the Hotshot competition in the 9-10 year-old division are, from left, Logan Sherman, Blayne Tardif, Lenora Curtis and Chandler St. Peter. (Courtesy of Caribou Parks & Rec. Dept.)

In the 11-12 boys division, first place went to Chase Flewelling of Easton, 108 points; and in second was Dawson St. Pierre of Caribou, 104.

The 11-12 girls winners were, in first, Madelynn Deprey of Caribou, 104 points; and second, Anna Oliver of Houlton, 94.

In the 13-15 boys division, Walker Oliver of Houlton and Kaden Tardif of Presque Isle finished in a tie for first with 133 points. In second was Dawson Beaulieu of Presque Isle with 121.

For 13-15 girls, Kassidy Gorneault of Fort Fairfield took first with 100 points. Emma Lamoreau of Easton was second with 74.

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