The Hermon boys basketball team already is in rarefied competitive air this winter as it enters postseason play ranked atop the Class B North standings for the second straight year.
It’s a position similar to that held by George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill, back on top of the Class C North standings and seeking its third consecutive state championship.
In Class D, the race for the No. 1 seed was set to go down to the final days with No. 1 Woodland and No. 2 Jonesport-Beals set to meet for the second time in five days in their mutual regular-season finale.
In Class B, Hermon began the final week of regular-season play at 17-0 and was one of just two unbeaten boys basketball teams statewide along with defending Class A state champion Greely of Cumberland Center.
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