Monday, February 20, 2017

Lawrence claims championship in Glenburn Rec 5/6 girls tourney

GLENBURN - After being knocked out of the 2016 Glenburn Rec 5th/6th grade girls basketball tournament in the semifinals, the Lawrence Bulldogs returned for the 2017 tournament a bigger, stronger, and more talented team and won the championship with a 29-17 victory over DEFY-Ellsworth.

The Lawrence 5th/6th grade girls team poses for a team photo after winning the 2017 Glenburn Rec Invitational Tournament on Sunday in Glenburn. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


Sunday, February 19, 2017

Lawrence, Hampden, Houlton, Ellsworth early winners in Glenburn girls 5/6 tourney

GLENBURN - Saturday morning at the Glenburn School, the Glenburn Rec opened their four weekend travel basketball tournaments beginning with the 5th and 6th grade girls. This years participants include Houlton, Bangor, Lawrence, Hampden, Woodland, Holden, Ellsworth, and host Glenburn.

Lawrence and Bangor teams opened the Glenburn Rec 5/6 girls tournament on Saturday morning at the Glenburn School. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Reardon sparks Red Devils to boys championship win

GLENBURN - Ashton Reardon scored eight points in the fourth quarter as the No. 1 Holbrook boys expanded a 2-point third quarter lead into a six point margin of victory with a 43-37 win over No. 2 Glenburn to claim the Penobscot Valley Middle League B Division Championship.

Holbrook's Ashton Reardon (54) looks to get a shot off over Glenburn defender Colby Cook during the boys middle school B Division championship game in Glenburn on Friday. Holbrook won the game 43-37. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


Big second half gives Holbrook girls PVML B Division Championship

GLENBURN - Friday afternoon at the Glenburn School, Makayla Dore, Jammie Satterfield, and Lillian Higgins each scored 10 points to help lead the Holbrook Red Devils to a 43-28 come from behind win over the Glenburn Chargers in the Penobscot Valley Middle League girls B Division championship game.

The Holbrook Middle School girls celebrate their B Division Championship after defeating Glenburn 43-28 on Friday afternoon in Glenburn. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
 

Friday, February 17, 2017

One bad quarter gives Skowhegan the win over Oceanside in Augusta - UPDATED

AUGUSTA – The No 10 Oceanside girls traveled to the Augusta Civic Center for a Class A North quarterfinal against No. 2 Skowhegan where they fell 50-41.

Oceanside senior Alexis Mazurek focuses on this free throw for a basket. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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Nokomis girls eliminate Camden Hills from playoffs - UPDATED

AUGUSTA – The No. 6 Camden Hills girls traveled to the Augusta Civic Center for the Maine Principals' Association High School Tournament to take on No. 3 Nokomis of Newport in a Class A North quarterfinal with the Warriors running away with a 55-41 win over the Windjammers.

Camden Hills Kassie Krul puts up a shot on the run as MiAe DeWaard looks on. Camden Hills fell to Nokomis in the Class A North quarterfinal 55-41. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Camden Hills just falls short with Lawrence; playoffs up next

ROCKPORT – The Camden Hills varsity girls basketball team matched up with Lawrence of Fairfield Saturday in a make-up game from this past week's winter weather.

Camden Hills Mara Dostie, right, puts pressure on Lawrence's Hunter Mercier. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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Windjammer JV girls fall to Lawrence in season finale

ROCKPORT – The Camden Hills junior varsity girls played well, however, the Lawrence girls on the strength of a big third-quarter took home a 49-30 win that was a better game than the score would indicate.

Camden Hills Kesha Lane, right, hits her head on a Lawrence players knee as they go to the ground in a scramble for a loose ball.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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