With a big chunk of the state still dark, games were few and far between last night and information about them was pretty sparse, so we've got a shorter newsletter today.
Maren Maxon had 20 points to lead Wells to a 46-45 win over Marshwood. That win moves them to 4-0 on the year.
Cally Gudroe was one of 3 Dexter players in double figures against Central. She had 20. Dexter is now 3-0 on the year and in 6th place in a very competitive C North.
The AA Round-Up
Gorham's Thomas Curtis is back with the second edition of the AA Round-Up, a new newsletter focusing on the largest group of schools in the state.
If you subscribe to the AA Round-Up, you'll get those in your inbox and I know Thomas will appreciate that.
And! He's also teamed with Thornton Academy's Cole Purvis for a podcast about AA, which you can listen to wherever you podcast.
Over on Facebook, WHOU has the video of Dylan Burpee's 1,000th point.
You can add the legendary Dicky V. to the fans of Cooper Flagg.
Your national soccer coaches of the year have been announced by the United Soccer Coaches and there's a familiar name on the very short list.
We've got a full schedule today, but they're already dropping like flies. There's 11 postponements already and I suspect more will roll in.
The Scoreboard is going to be your best source of what games are actually happening, so make sure you check that before you get in the car.
We're back in AA where Cheverus continues their daunting early schedule, opening the season with each of last season's Regional Finalists. They're 3-0 so far and they'll finish the run with Portland in what is starting to look like an early battle for the top seed in AA North.
If we've got a 3-way race for the top in a 7 team Region, the top seed becomes extremely valuable, as not only do you get a bye, but you don't have to play in the 2/3 semifinal game.
Portland will be streaming this on their Hudl account, if you've got enough electricity to watch it.
The rest of today's games are after the jump.