I am sure if you are a college basketball fan, you remember the 3-point shot that won the national championship for Villanova last April. North Carolina had just taken the lead when Kris Jenkins launched his now famous 3-pointer. He stated in a Sports Illustrated article that like most kids he had practiced this shot many times on the outdoor courts of the inner city. Most people never have the opportunity to do it in front of so many fans.As the 2016-17 college basketball season gets underway, somebody will probably get that same opportunity next April. Most of the area’s college teams are highly ranked this year. Kentucky, Xavier, IU, and Purdue all have excellent teams. In fact, for Big Ten Fans, they have 5 teams ranked in the top 15. Indiana already has a win over national power, Kansas.Since there is no team that the experts have deemed unbeatable, it should be quite a season for the fans to watch. I hope your favorite team is the one playing for that national championship in April.
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ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth American’s David Roza claimed first place overall in the 5K run at this year’s Roger Willey Road Race on Saturday at the Down East Family YMCA.Roza’s time of 16 minutes, 45 seconds marked his second consecutive win in the race and was 1:14 better than that of the next competitor, Evan Merchant of Beals. Lubec’s Peter Williams was third with a time of 18:19, and Adam Murphy’s 21:48 earned him a fourth-place finish.Tricia Brown of Cherryfield was the 5K’s top female finisher with a time of 23:16. Close behind her was Franklin’s Veronica Wentworth, who crossed the finish line in 24:01 to earn an eighth-place finish overall.In the 10K race, Bangor’s Tracy Guerrette finished first with a time of 37:39. The top male finisher was Erik Knickerbocker of Hampden, who finished in 38:01. Ellsworth’s Rob Shea was third, and Kris Garcia and Chris Holt rounded out the top five.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text