|St. George's Seana Montgomery takes a foul shot during Wednesday's South Division Championship game against Nobleboro. Mongomery led the Dragons to a 42-32 win. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
As were the games between these two teams in the regular season, this was a hard fought close game from start to finish with the Dragons taking the 42-32 win and the division championship.
The win also takes them to Wiscasset Friday, Jan. 20 for the Busline League Small School Championship where they will tip off against the North Division champion Hope who defeated Vinalhaven today as well.
At the end of the first quarter St. George was up 6-4 and took a 20-16 lead into the halftime break. The Dragons lead stayed at four points after three quarters of play, 30-26. St. George played stronger in the fourth quarter outscoring Nobleboro 12-6 for the 42-31 win.
|St. George's Grace Cody brings the ball up the floor. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
For Nobleboro, Maddy York had 10 points; Katelin Tozier six; Olivia Styles five; Eliza Spear four; Kadence Barbour and Hayley Phillips two each; and Paige LaFrance one.
|Nobleboro's Eliza Spear gets the ball inbounds and looks to advance it up the floor. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|St. George's Noelle Delano takes a foul shot during Wednesday's championship game. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|St. George's Seana Montgomery made moves like this splitting the defense for two of her game-high 18 points. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Schoolmates from St. George rush the girls team after the team won the South Championship. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|