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Calais girls look for seventh state title in class C game against Carrabec

The Calais Blue Devils defeated Orono in the class C regional final
The Calais Blue Devils defeated Orono in the class C regional final
Jeff Hoak

The Calais Blue Devils girls basketball team has won 13 consecutive games, after losing two straight in early January.

The Blue Devils will bring that streak into their class C girls state championship game against the Carrabec Cobras.

Calais (19-2) defeated their three (Washington Academy, Houlton, Orono) tournament opponents by an average of 21 points.

Calais defeated Orono 49-30 to claim their 12th class C regional championship.

Junior Madison McVicar has been the best player in class C all season and she carried that right through the regional tournament.

McVicar was named BDN Eastern Maine class C tournament MVP for the second straight season.

Paige Gillespie gives the Blue Devils a solid threat in their inside game.

Calais will be looking for their seventh class C state championship when they take the floor on Saturday @ 7 p.m. at the Augusta Civic Center.

The last state title for the Blue Devils was in 2010, when they defeated Madison.

Gillespie was selected to the class C/D McDonald's Eastern Maine all star team.

The Cobras will be playing in their first state championship game.

Carrabec (17-4) started their tournament run by defeating the defending regional champion Waynflete 49-37.

They followed that with a very impressive 58-52 victory over second seeded Maranacook.

They claimed their first regional title when they defeated rival Madison 54-50.

Macy Welch is the floor general for Carrabec.

Emma Pluntke has stepped up her game to give the Cobras a threat near the basket.

Welch was selected to the class C/D McDonald's Western Maine girls basketball all star team.

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