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Final Score Sanford 65 Marshwood 45

Picture is a graphic from the SHS Athletic’s Instagram Account posting the score from the girls basketball win over Marshwood. Photo: SHS Athletics Instagram

The Sanford High School winter sports season has just begun. For a complete list of game and practice schedules, head to the following link (game dates are subject to change): https://www.mpaschedules.org/public/genie/1142/school/73/

Most of the basketball team’s home games are also live-streamed on WSSRTV’s YouTube page if you can’t attend.

Click here to check out their page.

SHS Wrestling Highlighted in Press Herald’s Season and Individual Previews

Sanford High School wrestling was named one of the five teams to watch in Southern Maine in the Press Herald’s season preview.

Additionally, junior Canton Hill was named one of the newspaper’s wrestlers to watch in Southern Maine for the 2023-2024 season.

Last year, Hill finished fourth in the 195-pound division at the Class A meet.

Click here to read the individual preview. Click here to read the team preview.

SHS Girls Basketball Responds With Strong Win After Season-Opening Loss

After suffering a season-opening loss to Thornton Academy (58-42), the SHS girls basketball team rebounded with a 65-45 win over Marshwood on Tuesday, Dec. 12, in Sanford.

Julissa McBarron scored a game-high 20 points for the Spartans, while Paige Sevigny added 11.

SHS Boys Basketball Handles Marshwood

Makai Bougie paced a balanced scoring attack for the Spartans, who cruised to a 59-43 win over Marshwood on Tuesday, Dec. 12, in South Berwick.

Four Sanford players reached double digits in scoring. Bougie had 15, Tanner McCann added 14, Tyler Sevigny scored 11, and Brady Adams chipped in with ten as the Spartans raced out to a 23-11 halftime lead.

Sanford opened its season with a 69-50 loss to Thornton Academy.

SHS Junior Named to All-State Field Hockey Team

Sanford High School junior Audrey Payeur was recently named to the Press Herald’s All-State Field Hockey team.

Payeur finished with 16 goals and 19 assists while leading Sanford to a 8-6 record in the regular season to earn the No. 7 seed in the Class A South playoffs.

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