Travis Roy Award presented to the best Class A hockey player in Maine

The Travis Roy Award for the best high school hockey player in Maine Class A was presented on Sunday to Ryan Pomerleau of Lewiston High School.The award is traditionally presented during an awards banquet, but that banquet was canceled this year due to the coronavirus restrictions. Instead, the ceremony was livestreamed and the Lewiston hockey coach delivered the award to Pomerleau’s home as a surprise.The other finalists this year were: Liam McGibbon of the South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete co-op; Dawson Gendreau of Scarborough; and Sawyer Wirsing of Thornton Academy.Pomerleau scored 17 goals in leading Lewiston to the state championship. He is the fourth Blue Devil to with the Travis Roy Award.

The Travis Roy Award for the best high school hockey player in Maine Class A was presented on Sunday to Ryan Pomerleau of Lewiston High School.

The award is traditionally presented during an awards banquet, but that banquet was canceled this year due to the coronavirus restrictions. Instead, the ceremony was livestreamed and the Lewiston hockey coach delivered the award to Pomerleau’s home as a surprise.

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The other finalists this year were: Liam McGibbon of the South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete co-op; Dawson Gendreau of Scarborough; and Sawyer Wirsing of Thornton Academy.

Pomerleau scored 17 goals in leading Lewiston to the state championship. He is the fourth Blue Devil to with the Travis Roy Award.