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Maine athletes are taking on March Madness. Here's how to watch.

Mar. 22—Several talented athletes who played high school basketball in Maine are competing in the 2024 NCAA basketball tournaments. Here are details on when their teams play and how you can watch the games.

Check back for updates on how these players and their teams fared.

— The University of Maine women lost to Ohio State, 80-57, in a first-round game in Columbus, Ohio. Sarah Talon of Windham had two points, three rebounds and two assists in 11 minutes of action, and Jaycie Christopher of Skowhegan had two rebounds.

— Brady Cummins of York started for Patriot League champion Colgate and had two points, three rebounds and a steal in a 92-67 loss to Baylor in a first-round game in Memphis, Tennessee.

— Nick Fiorillo of Scarborough started for America East champion Vermont but battled fouled trouble and was scoreless in a 64-47 loss to Duke in Brooklyn, New York. Fiorillo had one rebound and one assists and took only two shots.

Mackenzie Holmes of Gorham, recently honored by as an Associated Press third-team All-American, scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds as the Indiana women beat Fairfield, 89-56, in the first round. The fourth-seeded Hoosiers advance to face No. 5 Oklahoma on Monday.

— Cumberland's Anna DeWolfe played in the NCAA women's tournament for the first time as a starting guard for Notre Dame. She had 12 points as the second-seeded Irish beat Kent State, 81-67, to advance to the second round against No. 7 Ole Miss on Monday.

— Former South Portland High star J.P. Estrella saw only one minute of action as Tennessee, ranked No. 6 in the latest AP poll, defeated Texas 62-58 to reach the Sweet 16 for the second straight year.

— Earlier this week, Dom Campbell of Scarborough (Waynflete) played 11 minutes off the bench for Howard University in its 71-68 loss to Wagner in a "First Four" matchup of 16 seeds in the men's tournament. Campbell scored six points and had eight rebounds.

— Two men who played for Gould Academy, a prep school in Bethel that competes against teams throughout New England, are also in the NCAA Tournament. Boo Buie of Albany, New York, is a guard for Northwestern, and Wildens Leveque of Brockton, Massachusetts, is a power forward for Texas A&M. Buie scored 22 points Friday in a 77-65 overtime win over Florida Atlantic, which reached last year's Final Four. Leveque had one point and two rebounds in Texas A&M's 98-83 win over Nebraska.

Sports on TV: Friday, March 22, 2024

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