High school football rivalry game in Maine played 1 week after mass shooting

LEWISTON, Maine — The city of Lewiston took another tentative step in its recovery from Maine’s deadliest mass shooting as a storied high school football rivalry resumed Wednesday night.

He was found dead Friday, days after shooting and killing 18 people and injuring 13 others at a bowling alley and a bar in Lewiston. Residents in both Lewiston and Auburn lost family and friends in the Oct. 25 shooting.

Then the person read out the names of the 18 who were killed, saying,”Let us not forget these names.” Fans and students decked out in school colors began arriving about two hours before kickoff to snag good seats. Blue and white balloons hung from a fence near the field, and a banner displayed the interlocked first letters of Lewiston and Auburn and the phrase,”We stand together.” headtopics.com

“It’s like they say, ‘Lewiston strong.’ We are all here together as one,” Barrett said.”This is probably the perfect setting, because it’s against your crosstown rival. It’s going to be great game. It’s going to be a game of unity.”

“It’s definitely good to see everyone,” she said.”We missed everyone. We couldn’t see each other. We were worried about one another.” , formerly known as Twitter. In it, Ferrell stares into the camera as if he is a coach prepping his players for the big game. headtopics.com

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