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Presque Isle girls extend winning streak to 56

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DOVER-FOXCROFT-- The Presque Isle Wildcats girls basketball team has a 56 game winning streak.

The Wildcats may have had their biggest threat to that streak on Saturday afternoon.

Hannah Graham scored 31 points to lead the Wildcats to a 50-48 overtime victory over the Foxcroft Academy Ponies.

Brianna Skolfield scored 28 points to lead the Ponies, including the basket late in regulation that sent the game to overtime.

Presque Isle defeated Foxcroft 75-35 just three weeks ago.

The Wildcats will look to extend their streak when they host Fort Kent on Tuesday evening.

Presque Isle (12-0) will play their next four games at home, including senior day on January 25th against MDI.

The schedule remains difficult for the Ponies. Foxcroft (6-5) will look to snap a two game losing streak when they travel to MDI on Tuesday evening.



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