Wednesday, 13 June 2018 22:35

Smith named one of seven Miss Maine Softball finalists

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STATEWIDE - The title of best senior softball player in Maine has been narrowed down to seven. Six girls from the south and only one from the north.

Old Town pitcher McKenna Smith has been announced as one of the Miss Maine Softball finalists. Smith led the Coyotes to the No. 2 seed in the Class B North tournament. Old Town was upset by Oceanside in the semis.


The Coyotes were the two-time defending Class B state champs. Smith joins Noble's Mackenzie Aleva, Wells' Anya Chase, Biddeford's Brook Davis, Traip's Reilly Eddy, Scarborough's Chloe Griffin and Gorham's Grace McGouldrick as the other finalists.


The winner will be announced June 28 at Colby College.


Andrew Badillo

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Andrew Badillo joined the ABC 7 and FOX 22 sports team in August 2017.

Before ABC 7 and FOX 22, Andrew graduated from Quinnipiac University with a degree in broadcast journalism. At Quinnipiac, Andrew was a member of the school's student-run television station, Q30 Television, where he served as its general manager, vice president, sports anchor and reporter. He gained experience covering Quinnipiac Athletics and was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists and College Media Association for his work.

In addition to his experience at Q30, Andrew also gained professional experience at MLB Network and News 12 Connecticut.

Originally from Orangeburg, New York, Andrew is excited to get his career started in Bangor. He is especially eager to get to know the great local sports community in the North Region.

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