BANGOR--Mackenzie Worcester powered the Washburn Beavers to a 75-55 victory over the Richmond Bobcats in the class D girls basketball state championship game played Saturday afternoon.
Worcester recorded 20 points (including her 1000 career point), eight steals, seven assists and five rebounds to lead Washburn to the championship in the final class D girls state title game to ever be played at the Bangor Auditorium.
Carmen Bragg added 16 points and seven steals for the Beavers.
It is the third consecutive season that Washburn has defeated Richmond in the state championship game.
Worcester scored her 1000 career point when she converted a free throw with 4:15 remaining in the third quarter.
The sophomore scored seven more and has 1007 after two years of high school basketball.
The Beavers forced 39 Richmond turnovers.
Nicole Olsen added 14 points and two blocks for Washburn (22-0). Joan Overman recorded nine points, nine rebounds, three assists and two steals.
Carsyn Koch added seven points, seven rebounds and two steals for the Beavers.
Jamie Plummer led the Bobcats with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Richmond finished the season with a 17-4 record.