BANGOR-- Wednesday was a good day for MDI senior standout Hannah Shaw.
In the afternoon, Shaw was announced as one of the ten Miss Maine Basketball semi-finalists by the local Maine McDonald's Owner/Operators and the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches (MABC).
In the evening, Shaw scored 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the Mount Desert Island to a 46-44 victory over Nokomis is a Maine Principals' Association class B semifinal game played at Cross Insurance Center.
Raychel Alley had a solid year for the Stearns Minutemen and was also named a semi-finalist.
The other semi-finalists for Miss Maine Basketball include- Parise Rossignol (Van Buren), Anna Mackenzie (Nokomis), Emily Quirion (Cony), Allie Clement (McAuley), Olivia Smith (McAuley), Nina Davenport (Freeport), Tiana Jo-Carter (Lake Region), and Alison Furness (Wells).
Rossignol broke her father's record for most points in school history. Rossignol and the Crusaders defeated Fort Fairfield in a class D semifinal game on Thursday evening.
Van Buren will play in the regional championship game on Saturday morning.
Trevor Lyford scored 39 points, including hitting a game tying three pointer at the end of the first overtime to lead the Penquis Patriots to a dramatic 66-61 double overtime win over Washington Academy in a class C quarterfinal game on Monday.
Lyford was named as one of the 11 semi-finalists for Mr. Basketball.
The other semi-finalists include- Isaiah Bess (Hampden), Zach Gilpin (Hampden), Jon Phelps (MDI), Isaiah Stone-Patterson (Oceanside), Dustin Cole (Bonny Eagle), Michale McDevitt (Greely), Jayvon Pitts-Young (Portland), Justin Zukowski (Portland), Serge Nyirikamba (Waynflete), and Jacob Moody (Wells).
The six finalist (three girls and three boys) will be announced after the completion of the high school basketball state tournaments.