This year marks the 25th anniversary of the first Shrine Lobster Bowl Game.
The Lobster Bowl Board of Directors would like to invite all former coaches (Head Coaches and assistants) to attend a reception before the game at Waterhouse Field.
The reception will be at 3:00 P.M. on July 19th 2014 at Waterhouse Field. 

2012 Lobster Bowl Recap

Final Score:

West 40

East 24

Most Valuable Player Awards:

West     Spencer Cooke, Cheverus

East      Sam Dexter, Messalonskee

Schmidlin Award Recipients:

Class A     Luke Libby, Thornton Academy

Class B      Jack Cooleen, Falmouth & Jake Ouellette, Leavitt

Class C      Tyler Reeve, Winthrop

Hats off to the Shriners for their hard work in presenting another excellent Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic.  This continues to be one of the foremost sporting events in Maine.

Hats off to all coaches and players for dedicating their time and effort to the week of preparation and to the game.

2012 Lobster Bowl Rosters & Coaching Staffs – click on the link below

Kora Shriners | Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Info

Maine Shrine Lobster BowlThe Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic, played each summer at the end of July is entering its 23rd year.

This High School Senior All-Star football game is the only Kora Shrine sponsored event where 100% of the net proceeds from the game are for the benefit of the 22 Shrine Hospitals for Children across the US, Canada, and Mexico. The Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Game has been created to raise money and to help make the public aware of the expert orthopedic and burn care facilities available, at NO cost, to children who desperately need this specialized care.

This East vs West match-up, brings over 160 student athletes and coaches from all over the state together to help produce what is considered the premier High School sporting event held in Maine. All participants commit to a week long training camp where they make new friends and more importantly, learn why we play the game…so that ”Strong Legs Run … So that Weak Legs May Walk”.

The student athletes are high school seniors who have just graduated and are about to enter college. They are nominated to play in this prestigious game by their coaches and selected by a committee from the Maine Athletics Association.

Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic Intro


7th Annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic Golf Tournament

Saturday, July 14th, 2012
Turner Highlands Country Club, Turner, Maine
9 am Shot Gun Start-Scramble Format

8:00 am registration
Cost $400 a foursome or $100 per person

There will be a 50/50 raffle, Door Prizes and many pre-tournament gifts. We will have a hole-in-one opportunity to win $10,000.

Net proceeds benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children

More information and registration information to be posted soon.


The Lobster Bowl is on Facebook & Twitter

The Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl is actively seeking past participants of the game. Former players and cheerleaders and coaches are asked to join our Facebook group or follow us on Twitter.

Group Name: Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic Alumni

Twitter Page:

With a partnership that began in 2009, when the Maine Games National Anthem Vocalist performed at the Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic, the Maine Games and Kora Shrine Temple, in Lewiston teamed up in 2010 to add an official NFL Punt, Pass & Kick “local” competition, with each division’s top athletes competing at half-time of the 2010 Lobster Bowl.



Shriners Hospitals For Children