- Dale Duff Reporting ([email protected])
For Lewiston’s Ryan Pomerleau, the wait was worth it. The ‘Travis Roy Award’ for top Class A high school senior hockey player finally came over the weekend.
The award banquet is usually held in March but got postponed because of the coronavirus situation.
Over the weekend, the award was live-streamed and then yesterday the trophy was officially delievered to Pomerleau at his home in Lewiston.
Ryan Pomerleau actually receiving the Travis Roy Award pic.twitter.com/nUa4sQOhpC
— BlueDevil Athletics (@LHSBlueDevils) May 17, 2020
NOTE: Pomerleau led the Blue Devils to an undefeated season and the Class A state title. He scored 16 goals and had 13 assists in his 18 regular season games…The ‘Travis Roy Award’ is named after the former North Yarmouth Academy player who suffered a serious injury just 11 seconds into his college career at Boston University, leaving him a quadriplegic. His foundation has raised millions of dollars for spinal cord injury survivors and research.