Each week during the high school sports season the High School Sports Examiner and the Eastern Maine Sports Blog will announce a female and male athlete of the week. You can send your nominations to Marc at firstname.lastname@example.org
When you send your nominations include the athlete, name of the school, stats for the week of the nomination.
2013/2014 Winter season- Week 10-February 3rd- February 9th
Zach Gilpin- Hampden- basketball- Scored 29 points (including his 1000 career point) and pulled down 12 rebounds in 71-30 victory over Mt. Blue.
Scored 31 points in 74-30 victory over Skowhegan as the Broncos finished the regular season 18-0.
The Broncos will go into the class A tournament as the number one seed.
This week, Gilpin was named KVAC player of the year.
Gilpin is the first student/athlete from Hampden Academy to capture athlete of the week.
Kelsey Allen- George Stevens- basketball- Recorded 33 points (11-15 FG) (7-7 FT), six assists, and five rebounds.in 68-56 victory over Central to help clinch GSA a spot in the class C tournament.
Kacey McVey- Stearns- basketball- Scored 30 points in 73-52 win over Mattanawcook. Scored 18 points in 77-55 victory over Schenck.
Seth Pearson- Bangor Christian- basketball- Scored 25 points in 61-39 win over Bangor Christian.
Trevor Lyford- Penquis- basketball- Scored 27 points in 53-37 victory over Orono. Scored 17 points in 44-35 win over Mattanawcook
Hunter Law- Foxcroft- basketball- Recorded eight points, 10 assists, and seven steals in 58-46 victory over PCHS.
Brett Ingraham- George Stevens- basketball- Recorded 17 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, two steals, and two blocks in 68-56 tournament clinching victory over Central.
Ethyn Gould- Dexter- basketball- Recorded 18 points and 10 rebounds in 48-47 victory over Bangor Christian.
Logan Rogerson- Brewer- basketball- Scored 25 points in 65-61 win over Skowhegan.
Hunter Smith- Foxcroft- basketball- Had 23 points and eight rebounds in victory over John Bapst. Recorded 13 points, five rebounds, and two assists in victory over PCHS.