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Date Posted: 20:48:12 03/02/08 Sun
Author: Seacoast Fan
Subject: OR Fan
In reply to: Mike 's message, "Oyster River loses to Pembroke Academy" on 14:09:08 03/02/08 Sun

Again, pretty good player is not a put down but Maynard is NOT a very good player, he plays with 4 other pretty good players. And do not get carried away about Brownell, he is a good defender---- i would take the following as better defenders, Formella from Hanover, Walker from Hollis, Costa from Pelham, Abrams from Portsmouth, Mglauglin from St. Thomas, just to name a few. Again not a put down but you must be able to shoot outsde jumpers to be considered a very good high school player and Brownell has no outside game and he is a guard. You must put away your OR pom-poms!!

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