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Parise Rossignol named finalist for Miss Maine basketball

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Parise Rossignol from Van Buren high school was named a finalist for the Miss Maine basketball award, this morning by the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches (MABC) and local Maine McDonald's owner/operators.

Rossignol surpassed the 2000 career point plateau, passed her father for most career points at Van Buren, and came just seven points shy of Cindy Blodgett's all time career point total for the state of Maine.

She will be playing her college basketball for the University of Maine

The Crusaders reached the regional final.

Rossignol joins Tiana-Jo Carter from Lake Region and Allie Clement from McAuley as finalist for the award.

Carter recorded 21 points, 17 rebounds, and six blocks in leading the Lakers to a 56-47 victory over Mount Desert Island (MDI) in the class B state championship game.

Carter will be playing her college basketball at the University of Albany.

The Lions won the state title all four years that Clement played.

She scored 17 points in a 67-41 victory over Oxford Hills in the 2014 state title game.

Clement will be playing her college basketball at Marist College.

The winner of Miss Basketball will be announced at the McDonald's all star banquet on Friday evening.

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