Can anyone in the North stop them? Medomak moves to 7-0 with domination of Brunswick

Tuesday night the Medomak Panthers took their undefeated record one step further with a solid all-around game against visiting Brunswick as the Panthers took a 65-35 win to move to 7-0 on the season.

Medomak Valley coach Nick DePatsy gets interviewed by Charlie Crockett prior to the varsity game Tuesday night in Waldoboro. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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Cameron Allaire has drawn a lot of attention in the first six games, justifiably so, but when you double and triple team him in the paint to hold him to 13 points you are leaving Kyle Donlin one on one and that is usually not a good thing for the opponent as Donlin poured in a game-high 26 points in basically three periods of play. You can't stop them both.

Brunswick jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead only to have Medomak come back with a 6-0 run never allowing Brunswick back in the game.

Medomak's Kyle Donlin poured in a game-high 26 points in the win. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
Medomak Valley took an 18-9 first quarter lead and held a 27-16 halftime advantage. By the end of three-quarters, the Panthers were up 44-26 and played the bench the final five minutes of the game to capture the win.

Scoring for Medomak Valley was, Donlin 26 points; C. Allaire 13; Brent Stewart eight; Gabe Allaire five; Zidane McMurrin three; and Ryan Creamer, Cale Gee, Cameron Martin, Ethan Spear and Nathan Emerson two each.

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Medomak was 14-of-17 (82 percent) from the foul line and they knocked down seven 3-point baskets, three from Donlin, two from Stewart and one each from G. Allaire and McMurrin.

For Brunswick, Nate Benoit had nine points; Sam Sharpe six; Josh Dorr five; Corban Teel, Alejandro Garcia-Sancho and Colby Bucknam four each; Jack Bates two; and Jacob Lamoureux one.

The Dragons were 10-of-16 (63 percent) from the foul line and they had three 3-point baskets all from Benoit.

Medomak's Cale Gee goes in hard for a layup and Brunswick's Kyle Hanson was called for flopping. This was the first offensive play for the Panthers. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak's Cameron Allaire, (25) found himself double and triple teamed all night, but still dominated the boards and put in 13 points. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak's Zidane McMurrin makes a move to the left before pulling up for a shot. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak's Cameron Martin keeps the ball active as he looks for the pass to make. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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