BANGOR - Making it to the tourneys at the Bangor Auditorium is a huge victory in and of itself for most of the state's high school basketball players. However, this year it wasn't just the players who were making memories on the hardwood. Those behind the scenes also made history when they helped broadcast the last games to ever take place inside the 'Mecca,' which is being replaced by the new Cross Insurance Center next year.

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Wednesday, 20 February 2013 11:34

Basketball Tournament Updates

Camden Hills pulls off huge upset over Oceanside

BANGOR - The seventh seed Camden Hills Girls basketball team won 54-39 over second seed Oceanside.

Leading the way for Camden Hills was senior forward Jordan Knowlton with 20 points and 12 rebounds.

A key for Knowlton and her team was being able to key their emotions in check amongst the crazy atmosphere that the tournament brings.

'I just try to stay controlled and poised. That's the best way to win. You've got to stay controlled,' said Knowlton.

Camden Hills Center Rachel Pease put in 15 points and had nine rebounds. Bekhah Hilt added seven points.

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