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Miss Maine’s Outstanding Teen Program Now Accepting Registrations

The Miss Maine’s Outstanding Teen Program is accepting applications for “At Large” Contestants to compete in the Miss Maine’s Outstanding Teen pageant in mid-June at Crooker Theater at Brunswick High School in Brunswick.  The Miss Maine’s Outstanding Teen Pageant is the official state preliminary to the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Pageant held each August in Florida.

All contestants, aged 13-17 and not a high school senior,  will compete in the following phases of competition: interview, scholastic achievement, talent, evening gown, and physical fitness.  Contestants need to choose a platform of their choice to promote awareness within their community.   All the necessary elements Miss Maine’s Outstanding Teen contestants execute will help develop life-long skills, which will make them great leaders of tomorrow.

5TH QUARTER: Red Claws Holiday Tourney, Day One

PORTLAND (NEWS CENTER) - The opening day of the Red Claws Christmas Tournament at the Portland Expo featured several teams in our boys Fifth Quarter/MBR Top 5 polls. 

Results: 

Falmouth 66, Portland 61

Deering 70, Greely 43

Bonny Eagle 52, Penquis Valley 38

Falmouth 73, South Portland 35

Yarmouth 56, Sanford 45

Melo's monster night paces Red Claws win

BOISE, Idaho -   Justin Holiday had 21 points, seven assists, three steals and two blocks, but his tremendous all-around effort could not stop the Maine Red Claws from beating the Idaho Stampede 108-94. Coby Karl added 16 points, seven assists and five rebounds for Idaho (1-11).

Maine's Fab Melo, on assignment from the Boston Celtics, had 32 points, nine rebounds and nine blocked shots, just a few days after his record-setting triple-double in which he had 14 blocked shots, a D-League record. DaJuan Summers had 21 points and 10 rebounds and all five starters finished in double-figures for Maine (8-4).

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Armed "open carry activist" creates stir in Portland neighborhood

PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - There was a scare in Portland's Parkside neighborhood Monday.

Police received dozens of calls of a man walking around carrying an AR-15 assault rifle - the same type of weapon used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings.

When confronted by police, the man identified himself as an open carry activist, exercising his second amendment right.

Police let the man continue on his way but kept an eye on him as he roamed the area for another 2.5 hours before leaving without incident.

The president of the Maine Gun Owner's Association (MGOA) says that the activist is not representative of their group or of the majority of Maine gun owners.

In a media release, MGOA President Jeff Weinstein says:

Red Claws' Mack headed back to the NBA

PORTLAND (NEWS CENTER) - Red Claws point guard Shelvin Mack's tenure with Maine lasted an enitre 10 games.  The team's leading scorer and playmaker signed with the Washington Wizards. 

The Wizards second-round pick in the 2011 NBA draft averaged 20.1 points a game and 7.1 assists per contest in leading Maine to a 7-4 record during his time with the Red Claws.

Mack was acquired by the Red Claws with the fourth overall selection of the NBDL draft five days after being released by Washington on October 28th.

Mack played in 22 games for the Wizards during his rookie, season averaging 3.6 ppg and 2 assists in just over 12 minutes of action. 

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