Trio one-hits Central Maine in 5-3 Bridgton Academy baseball win

Connor Andrews (1) had two hits, scored two runs, and added an RBI for Bridgton Academy

Connor Andrews (1) had two hits, scored two runs, and added an RBI for Bridgton Academy

BA starter and winner Patrick Webler

BA starter and winner Patrick Webler

(North Bridgton, ME) A trio of Bridgton Academy pitchers limited Central Maine Community College to one hit in a 5-3 win on Wednesday afternoon on the BA campus.

Patrick Webler started for the Wolverines (7-5) followed by Colby McMahon and closer Declan Donahue.

The Mustangs (4-4-1) lone hit was off a Trent Spaulding grounder in the sixth inning that BA pitcher Colby McMahon deflected and slowed down enough for Trent to reach first safely.

Joe Webber (2 hits/2 runs/1 rbi), Connor Andrews (2 hits/2 runs/1 rbi), and Joe Brady (1 hit/2 rbi) sparked Bridgton Academy to a 5-0 lead after four innings.

The Wolverines, however, came unglued in the field in the sixth inning and it cost them three runs.  Any time you put together a hit batsman, a walk, a balk, and an outfield error in one inning you’re begging to be scored on.

Central Maine shortstop Kyle Moore tosses to 2B Trent Spaulding

Central Maine shortstop Kyle Moore tosses to 2B Trent Spaulding

But in this seven-inning game, CM had only three baserunners total in the other six innings thanks to some pretty good BA pitching.

This non-league game was a rematch of a 4-2 BA victory three weeks ago in Auburn.

Brandon Varney took the loss for CM.  Alex Biron, Bryce Walker, and Matt Turner also pitched for the Mustangs.

In the first inning, DH Joe Webber doubled down the left-field line, stole third, and scored the first BA run on Joe Brady’s infield out.

In the second inning, Stefan Strachan singled, stole second, and reached third on a bad throw by catcher Matt Toth.  Connor Andrews singled past third to score Stefan and later Joe Webber doubled to right bringing Connor across with the 3rd BA run.

Joe Webber (3) had two hits, two runs scored, and an RBI

Joe Webber (3) had two hits, two runs scored, and an RBI

The Wolverines added two more runs in the fourth.  Connor Andrews (single) and Joe Webber (walk) reached base and advanced on a passed ball.  Sam Majewski drove in Connor with an infield out and Joe Brady’s infield single plated Joe Webber.

CM gathered all their runs in the sixth inning.  They loaded the bases against Colby McMahon with a hit, a hit batsman, and a walk.  Colby’s balk scored Trent and advanced the other runners (Kyle Moore and Jacob Albert) into scoring position.  After a strikeout the inning looked over on a line drive to center but CF Stefan Strachan dropped the ball and both runners scored.

BA turned a 1-6-3 double play in the final inning.

The new turf field at Bridgton Academy is very nice.  The sun was very tough on the right side of the field.  CM first baseman Nick Bagley came to the dugout after one of the middle innings saying that he couldn’t see anything out there.

Stefan Strachan slides into second as Trent Spaulding leaps for the throw

Stefan Strachan slides into second as Trent Spaulding leaps for the throw

In the first matchup between the teams, BA faced Evan Roberts who fanned seven of them.

In the fifth inning Stefan Strachan appeared to have stolen second but was tagged out by 2B Trent Spaulding when he got up from the slide.

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Central Maine starter Brandon Varney

Central Maine starter Brandon Varney

3B Sam Majewski

3B Sam Majewski

2B Zach Silva

2B Zach Silva

CM pitcher Alex Biron

CM pitcher Alex Biron

Evan Roberts set to swing

Evan Roberts set to swing

Jacob Albert crosses home with the 3rd Mustangs run

Jacob Albert crosses home with the 3rd Mustangs run

Trouble in the outfield for CF Stefan Strachan

Trouble in the outfield for CF Stefan Strachan

Sun trouble at first for Nick Bagley

Sun trouble at first for Nick Bagley

Sidearming Colby McMahon

Sidearming Colby McMahon

 

 

 

 

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Greely wins in overtime at Lake Region 3-2 on Elizabeth Brown goal

Elizabeth Brown (2) scored the OT game-winner for Greely

Elizabeth Brown (2) scored the OT game-winner for Greely

Elizabeth Brown's game-winning shot

Elizabeth Brown’s game-winning shot

(Naples ME) In case you missed the first meeting two weeks ago, the results the second time around were very similar.

The Greely Rangers (4-3) defeated winless Lake Region, 3-2, in overtime in Class B field hockey action at summer-like Naples on Tuesday afternoon.

Junior Elizabeth Brown scored the OT game-winner in the rematch at 3:41 assisted by first-meeting, game-winning scorer Maddy Perfetti.

What scares me about field hockey

What scares me about field hockey

I want to put my cards on the table right near the start: I have never covered a field hockey game before!   I will also admit that I had no idea what all the whistles were about.

That being said, this was a game that either team could have won.  The Lakers (0-6) twice had the lead in the second half and threatened early in overtime.

I thought that the Lakers ran out of energy in overtime after they pressured early in OT.  Why do I say that?  Elizabeth Brown got the ball in the Lakers’ end in the middle from Maddy Perfetti and moved in unchallenged for a close, open shot.  No defenders in sight for LR goalie Maddie Nelson to help her prevent the game winner.

Kaitlyn Plummer had both of the Lakers’ regulation goals.  She was assisted by Paige Davis and Liz Cole.

Sophomore Maddy Perfetti had both regulation goals for the Rangers.  She was assisted by Sydney Meredith-Pickett and Wren Payne.

Kylie Rogers gets the blocker on a LR shot

Kylie Rogers gets the blocker on a LR shot

Key to the win for the team from Cumberland was the goal-tending of Kylie Rogers.  One time she used her blocker to get a high shot while later made a terrific kick save of a shot heading for the cage.

Impressed by the territory covered by Maddy Perfetti, Paige Davis, and Dessi Berry.

Lake Region won state titles in 1977, 1980, and 1988.  Greely notched their lone title in 2003.

Greely was 5-10 last season and already have four wins this season with a lot of schedule left.  The team has no seniors.

Sydney Meredith-Pickett (7) set to block an LR rusher

Sydney Meredith-Pickett (7) set to block an LR rusher

Sydney Meredith-Pickett was listed this season by the Portland Press Herald as one of their “Players to Watch.”

Lake Region did not play like a winless team.  Should be some “W’s” ahead for them.

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Isabelle Bachelder, Maddy Perfetti, Elizabeth Brown

Isabelle Bachelder, Maddy Perfetti, Elizabeth Brown

Kelsey Apovian

Kelsey Apovian

Kaitlyn Plummer

Kaitlyn Plummer

Maddie Nelson and Dessi Berry

Maddie Nelson and Dessi Berry

Crowd gathers close to LR goal

Crowd gathers close to LR goal

Ella Novick (18) fires from close in at LR goalie Maddie Nelson

Ella Novick (18) fires from close in at LR goalie Maddie Nelson

Hailey Parsons and Elizabeth Brown

Hailey Parsons and Elizabeth Brown

Greely goalie Kylie Rogers blocks a shot

Greely goalie Kylie Rogers blocks a shot

Isabelle Bachelder (5) prevents a LR goal in the first half

Isabelle Bachelder (5) prevents a LR goal in the first half

Kaitlyn Plummer (5) sends a shot past the Rangers defense

Kaitlyn Plummer (5) sends a shot past the Rangers defense

Maddy Perfetti and Hailey Parsons (10)

Maddy Perfetti and Hailey Parsons (10)

Maddy Perfetti (2 goals) on the move

Maddy Perfetti (2 goals) on the move

Air ball near the Greely goal

Air ball near the Greely goal

Kaitlyn Plummer congratulated by Julia Murch after 2nd goal

Kaitlyn Plummer congratulated by Julia Murch after 2nd goal

Kaitlyn Plummer's shot goes past Greely goalie Kylie Rogers for second goal

Kaitlyn Plummer’s shot goes past Greely goalie Kylie Rogers for second goal

Kendyl Ridlon (left) covers Ella Novick (18)

Kendyl Ridlon (left) covers Ella Novick (18)

Maddy Perfetti (3) watches as her shot eludes the LR defense for the tying goal

Maddy Perfetti (3) watches as her shot eludes the LR defense for the tying goal

Action in front of the Greely cage

Action in front of the Greely cage

Kylie Rogers (00) kicks away a rebound from Paige Davis (white 13)

Kylie Rogers (00) kicks away a rebound from Paige Davis (white 13)

Delaney Meserve (1) Kaitlyn Plummer (5), Courtney Rog (8)

Delaney Meserve (1) Kaitlyn Plummer (5), Courtney Rog (8)

 

 

 

 

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Marcus Smart for Nerlens Noel?

This deal is being proposed by CBS Sports.  I’ve seen worse!

Boston Celtics

  • Marcus Smart for Nerlens Noel

Some people are very high on Smart’s potential. In many ways, he’s a lot like Noel — a lights-out defender with elite potential on that end, but a serious project on the offensive end. Smart, in fact, had the worst two-year shooting start to a career in NBA history, but he’s a better offensive weapon than you’d assume and did show flashes of a work-in-progress jumper in the playoffs.

From the Sixers’ perspective, this addresses their perimeter issues, and while you could argue you’re selling low on Noel here, you could also argue you’d be buying low on Smart. For Boston, it would be all about roster flexibility.

The Celtics are guard-heavy at the moment, and adding Noel would give them one of the best defensive frontcourts in basketball (if not the best) with Jae Crowder, Noel and Horford. Also, he’d be a great lob partner for guys like Isaiah Thomas and Avery Bradley to use in the pick-and-roll. You can play Noel with Kelly Olynyk, as well, to cover up Olynyk’s defensive issues.

Look, it’s not a perfect deal for either side, but it’s not bad at all. It’s something both sides should be thinking about right now. It could end up yielding great value both ways in a win-win down the road.

 

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Franklin Graham brings Decision America tour to Boston

Reception at the Omni Parker House in Boston

Reception at the Omni Parker House in Boston

Franklin Graham spoke at the reception and on the Boston Common later

Franklin Graham spoke at the reception and on the Boston Common later

(Boston MA) I took the train into Boston for a second look at Franklin Graham’s Decision America tour on Tuesday. This was the 39th stop on the 50-state tour.

It was a lovely day to be in the middle of Boston.

The reception was at the Omni Parker House on School Street and the gathering was on the nearby Boston Common at noon.

A week ago I arrived early in Augusta (Maine) for the same event there.  My 9AM arrival in Boston gave me first access to the breakfast buffet.  Didn’t know about it in Augusta but was well aware of it in Boston.

I was early enough in Boston so that I was invited to the staff’s prayer gathering on the 14th floor Alcott Room.

I could not resist taking several skyline shots from the 14th floor location.

da-A9-young-tour-guideDA-A8-Old-tour-guideAfter the buffet I had plenty of time to walk down to the Common.  On the way I got into the cemetery (next to Park Street Church) to check out the tombstones of Samuel Adams and John Hancock.  I also caught a couple of tour guides in costume.

Boston Common before the rally.

Boston Common before the rally.

Boston Common during the rally

Boston Common during the rally

The platform was set up on the Boston Common so that the State Capitol building was in the background.

I returned to the elegant Omni Parker House and took the elevator to the 14th floor to return to the Alcott Ballroom.  By now plenty of folks had gathered including some from Hope Community Church (Newburyport) where my wife and I attend.

I learned fast that Franklin was using the same material at both the reception and at the rally.  It was good stuff and well received at both places.

Nice to see such a large, enthusiastic gathering concerned for the spiritual condition of America.

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Franklin heads for the platform on the Boston Common

Franklin heads for the platform on the Boston Common

Reception attendee

Reception attendee

Boston Common rally

Boston Common rally

Boston Common rally

Boston Common rally

Skyline from the Alcott Room

Skyline from the Alcott Room

Skyline from the Alcott Room

Skyline from the Alcott Room

Skyline from the Alcott Room

Skyline from the Alcott Room

The elegant Omni Parker House lobby

The elegant Omni Parker House lobby

 

 

 

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All is well for Wayne Helliwell as he wins the 43rd Oxford 250

 

Wayne Helliwell got the checkered flag after winning the 43rd OPS 250

Wayne Helliwell got the checkered flag after winning the 43rd OPS 250

The trophy, the car, and an excited crew.

The trophy, the car, and an excited crew.

(Oxford ME) Travis Benjamin led the 43rd annual Oxford 250 for 159 laps but it wasn’t enough as Wayne Helliwell led the final five laps to earn the checkered flag on Sunday night at Oxford Plains Speedway.

After the last of the cautions (12) on lap 227 an entertaining battle unfolded between 2-time champ Travis Benjamin and Wayne Helliwell of Dover (NH).

By then most of the non-contenders were off the track and there was plenty of open territory ahead for the two leaders after the restart.  But at the speed the two front-runner were going you knew that the race would eventually be won in the traffic ahead.

Travis on the high side and Wayne on the inside early in the race

Travis on the high side and Wayne on the inside early in the race

Wayne was on the inside and Travis was on the next line up.  Travis had used that line to get by many cars during the race.

In lap 244 the two leaders approached field-trailer Garrett Evans (#64).  Garrett was on Travis’ lane and Wayne was on the inside lane beside Travis.  Travis said afterwards that he hesitated when he approached the 64 because didn’t know what the 64 was going to do.  That “hesitation” allowed Wayne to fly by on 64’s inside and forced Travis to drop down in back of him.  Travis would never recover from what happened with the 64 and had to settle five laps later for, what had to be, a disappointing second place.

Travis said afterwards that he thought the difference was that Wayne had pitted for tires fifty laps after he did.  Those fresher tires allowed Wayne to keep up with Travis and to eventually get to the front.  I’ll still go with what happened dealing with the 64 as the actual difference maker.

Wayne Helliwell pits for tires

Wayne Helliwell pits for tires

Exciting race to say the least.

Wayne finished seventh in the OPS 250 last year.  This time he won the race and received a check for $29,500.

DJ Shaw came in third.

Last year’s winner Glen Luce was strong in the early going.

TJ Brackett came out of the very first caution unable to get his car to start and was quickly done for the night.

Travis Benjamin stays high and will get past Mike and Ben Rowe

Travis Benjamin stays high and will get past Mike and Ben Rowe

Ben Rowe finished 4th while his dad Mike ended up 24th.

A couple of the young favorites (Reid Lanpher and Derek Griffith) got into benders early and never could challenge the leaders.  Reid was 2nd last year.

I saw the race from above the sky boxes on the roof.  Nice and breezy up there on a hot afternoon/evening with an extraordinary view.

Only problem with that lofty perch was that it was impossible to get down from there to the track in time to get pictures of the early post-race celebrating.  But you can’t have everything!

Thanks to Tom/Mary Mayberry for arranging the media credentials.

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Mike Rowe explains some of the finer points of racing to TJ Brackett

Mike Rowe explains some of the finer points of racing to TJ Brackett

Derek Griffith before the race

Derek Griffith before the race

Reid Lanpher before the race

Reid Lanpher before the race

Wayne Helliwell introduced

Wayne Helliwell introduced

Travis Benjamin introduced

Travis Benjamin introduced

Austin Theriault

Austin Theriault

Fender bender involving Jeff Taylor (88), Kyle Treadwell (44), Cassius Clark (13) and Mike Hopkins (15).ops-A14-fb2ops-A13-fb3ops-12-fb-4

DJ Shaw after the race

DJ Shaw after the race

Travis Benjamin after the race

Travis Benjamin after the race

Travis Benjamin pit stop

Travis Benjamin pit stop

Travis got past the 64 early in the race

Travis got past the 64 early in the race

2015 winner Glen Luce pressured by Travis Benjamin

2015 winner Glen Luce pressured by Travis Benjamin

Politics on a fender

Politics on a fender

TJ Brackett out early

TJ Brackett out early

 

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Yoan Moncada, Mauricio Dubon, and Aneury Tavarez shine in Portland win over Trenton

Yoan Moncada (left) and Aneury Tavaraz (right) in the Portland dugout

Yoan Moncada (left) and Aneury Tavaraz (right) in the Portland dugout

Yoan Moncada playing third

Yoan Moncada playing third

(Portland ME) Any win over the Yankees is a good win.  And Portland got one, 4-3, over Trenton on a nice Thursday evening at Hadlock Field.

I was surprised that Yoan Moncada was still with the Sea Dogs so I opted for one last look at Boston’s #1 prospect in action.

Yoan is playing third these days so I chose the edge of the Trenton dugout as the spot where I would take pictures from.  I saw him make a real nice fielding play from that location.

Ronald Herrara (21) started for The Thunder

Ronald Herrara (21) started for The Thunder

I had good feelings about the pitching matchup between Portland’s Mitch Atkins and Trenton’s Ronald Herrera.  Both pitchers are in the top four of the Eastern League in strikeouts so there were plenty of missed bats in this one.

Mitch ended up with ten K’s and the win.

I came to see Yoan Moncada, and I did, but the more I see of shortstop Mauricio Dubon the better I like him as a prospect.

Kevin Thomas (Portland Press Herald) had an interesting comparison between Mauricio and Mookie over a similar sampling of games at Portland.  The numbers put up by both players are very, very similar.

But we’re talking about a shortstop.  What are Mauricio’s chances of moving up with Xander and Marco Hernandez ahead of him?  Maybe Mauricio will start to work out at 3B??

Back to Yoan.  Having seen Andrew Benintendi at Portland I can tell you that their hitting styles are very different.  Andrew was patient.  Yoan is aggressive.  There are lots of strikeouts in his future unless he gets more selective.

Mauricio Dubon has dazzled at Portland

Mauricio Dubon has dazzled at Portland

The win was a sweet one for Portland because it sets Trenton’s playoff hopes back a bit.  The Thunder still have a very nice 81-50 record.

I noticed that Trenton has really gone with young players.  The four top prospects on their roster are 22-years-old and younger.

Portland has a few young players but many of the other starters are 25+.

I mentioned Mauricio Dubon and I also must mention Aneury Tavarez.  The Portland rightfielder is leading the Eastern League in batting average and looks to have a bright future.  Expect him at Pawtucket to start 2017.

The most fortunate person at Hadlock tonight was Mike Davis of Falmouth.  Mike bought a ticket and came through the gate as fan #9 million.  That got Mike a Sea Dogs’ jersey with a “9” on it plus nine years of season tickets.  His daughter, Wagner, threw out the first pitch of the game.

Slugger?  Of course he lost.  That’s what he always does.  Sometimes the big guy gets up against a little kid who isn’t sure what bases to run to.  Not tonight.  This kid was a dart and he knew exactly what was going on.  By the time Slugger reached second this kid was close to third.  It was no contest.  Slugger even tried some aerodynamics but it was futile.

horseback trouble

horseback trouble

The inflatable horse race was interesting.  One of the contestants was too short and her feet didn’t touch the ground.  There was no way she was going to be able to get that horse to go anywhere.  So one of the Sea Dogs’ staff members pulled her toward the finish line.

Thanks again to Chris Cameron for arranging tonight’s visit.  Hadlock continues to be a great spot to visit to seeing rising baseball stars as well as to get entertained.  Tickets are a bargain.

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Mark Payton touches them all after a 2-run homer

Mark Payton touches them all after a 2-run homer

Yoan Moncada heads for third

Yoan Moncada heads for third

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Billy McKinney

Billy McKinney

Pitcher Kevin Couch

Pitcher Kevin Couch

Wagner and Mike Davis

Wagner and Mike Davis

Slugger futilely tries to fly

Slugger futilely tries to fly

Miguel Andujar is the Yankees' #8 prospect

Miguel Andujar is the Yankees’ #8 prospect

Tyler Wade

Tyler Wade

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Ryan Court

Ryan Court

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Aneury Tavarez leads the EL in batting average

Aneury Tavarez leads the EL in batting average

 

Mauricio Dubon caught in a rundown after driving in a run

Mauricio Dubon caught in a rundown after driving in a run

 

 

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Franklin Graham brings Decision America Tour 2016 to Maine

Part of the estimated crowd of 3,200 listening to Franklin Graham at Capitol Park (Augusta ME)

Part of the estimated crowd of 3,200 listening to Franklin Graham at Capitol Park (Augusta ME)

Franklin Graham on his way to the stage in Augusta

Franklin Graham on his way to the stage in Augusta

(Augusta ME) I was in the crowd today as Franklin Graham’s Decision America 2016 Tour came to Maine on a sunny Tuesday.

Part of the reason for going was getting an invite from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association to attend a reception prior to the rally.

I wondered at first why I had even gotten an invitation for such an event.  Later I surmised that long-time donors to BGEA made the list.  My wife and I decided many years ago that tithing was important and that we needed to be supporting worthwhile ministries on a monthly basis.  BGEA was on our list and we may have been contributing to them for over thirty years.

The reception was at the Governor Hill Mansion starting at 10:30AM.  I was there just after 9AM!  Not real familiar with Augusta.  Not sure about parking.  Rather be early than rushing around late.

I was so early that there was hardly anyone there.  I checked in and had a muffin and then decided to go out and enjoy a sunny, cool morning.

I got back about 10:15 to find the Columbus Room nearly filled.  I found a seat on the outside aisle about halfway up.  Good spot for picture taking.

Franklin speaks at the reception at the Governor Hill Mansion

Franklin speaks at the reception at the Governor Hill Mansion

After a short intro, Franklin came on.  He delivered plenty of stories about the different ministries BGEA is involved in.  Nothing makes a contributor happier than to learn about how their financial support makes a difference.

After Franklin’s half hour another gentleman spoke briefly about some gifts that each of us would get as we left.  One was a prayer journal.  I appreciated the fact that the BGEA staff was aware of the sunshine outside and that a ten-minute walk was in our future.  They offered bottles of cold water to each of us.  Very considerate.

The main rally was supposed to be at the State Capitol but BGEA couldn’t get a permit for it because of the expected size of the crowd.  So the event was across the street at the Capitol Park.

What was nice about that spot was that there were plenty of trees providing plenty of shade.  The crowd estimate was 3,200 but I wonder how any figuring could have been done.

I realized quickly that I would not be able to get close enough to the stage to get any kind of picture.  My goal was to get Franklin before he got to the stage.  But where would he be coming from?  I figured that mystery out shortly after I figured out where their tour bus was.  Outside the bus was what looked like security so I knew he was on the bus and would be coming my way.  That information set up a couple of pretty good pictures.

Dennis Agajanian

Dennis Agajanian

Prior to Franklin’s stage arrival a singer named Dennis Agajanian performed.

Franklin spoke forcefully.  He made it clear that he didn’t trust either the Democrats or the Republicans.  He also had nothing good to say about the current administration.  He made it clear that we needed to trust in God.  He stressed the importance of prayer.  He also spelled out the salvation message.  It was all good stuff for sure.

At a gathering of this type you always wonder if there might be some kind of protest.  The only evidence I saw of someone not enthralled with what was going on was a lady carrying a sign that said, “Unabashed Atheist.”

This was the 37th state that Franklin has visited.  He’ll end in North Carolina in October.  Tomorrow he’ll be in Vermont and Thursday in New York.  He’ll be in Massachusetts next Tuesday and I may take the train in, from Newburyport, to be there.

The visit today to Augusta was informative and uplifting.   The BGEA is doing some terrific things.

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"Unabashed Atheist"

“Unabashed Atheist”

Crowd from behind the stage

Crowd from behind the stage

Franklin greets an attendee

Franklin greets an attendee

Franklin Graham

Franklin Graham

Franklin walking from the tour bus to the stage

Franklin walking from the tour bus to the stage

Franklin speaking at reception

Franklin speaking at reception

Ready for the sun

Ready for the sun

Crowd at Columbus Hall

Crowd at Columbus Hall

Governor Hill Mansion

Governor Hill Mansion

Dennis Agajanian

Dennis Agajanian

Maine state capitol

Maine state capitol

Tour bus

Tour bus

Speaking at Columbus Hall in Augusta before the rally

Speaking at Columbus Hall in Augusta before the rally

 

 

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