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Foxcroft to host Old Town in class B girls prelim

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Brooke Mishou scored 23 points to lead the Old Town girls basketball team to a 49-46 victory at Foxcroft Academy on February 1st.

That victory gave the Coyotes a tournament spot and another trip to Dover-Foxcroft to face the Ponies in a class B preliminary round game.

Old Town (6-12) won four of their final five regular season games.

Junior Brianna Skolfield and senior Mackenzie Coiley have led the Ponies attack this season. Brittany Dyer provides a threat from three point range.

Julia Annis, Amber Anderson, and Skolfield give coach Blake Smith and the Ponies a solid inside game.

Foxcroft (11-7) won the first regular season match-up against the Coyotes by a score of 76-34 on December 27th.

The game can be heard live on Tuesday, February 11th starting at 6 p.m. on 620 AM WZON and online at

The winner will advance to a quarterfinal game at Cross Insurance Center scheduled for Saturday, February 15th at 1:35 p.m

The winner of the Waterville (10-8) at Winslow (14-4) prelim game will face the Old Town/Foxcroft winner in the quarterfinals.

Other class B girls prelims include- Ellsworth (8-10) at Oceanside (10-8), John Bapst (9-9) at Medomak (10-8), Gardiner (11-7) at Camden Hills (11-7). Click here for the full class B tourney schedule.



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