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)
Holbrook opened the game with an 11-7 first quarter lead, but the Chargers battled back to out score the Red Devils 12-7 in the second quarter to take a 19-18 lead into the half time break. Sydney Ronco knocked down two 3-point baskets in the second quarter to spark Glenburn.

 Holbrook's Logan Daigle looks to pass the ball. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Unfortunately for the Chargers, the half time lead would be the final one of the game. After a 22-22 tie with 3:30 left in the third period, Holbrook ran off six unanswered points to take a 28-22 lead with two minutes left on the clock. That would remain the score of the game as the third period came to an end.

 Holbrook's Lillian Higgins gets set to take a foul shot. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

The Red Devils went on a 7-2 run to open the final period, and with 5:53 remaining in the game they took 35-24 lead and never looked back. Holbrook would end up out scoring Glenburn 25-9 over the second half to pick up the win.

Also scoring for Holbrook was Logan Daigle (6), Jayden Schoppe (2), Morgan Downs (2), Karessa Anderson (2), and Kaylee Dore (1). The Red Devils went 3-for-12 from the free throw line.

 Glenburn's Abby Hogan sets herself to take a foul shot. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Abby Hogan scored a game high 12 points to pace Glenburn in scoring. Ronco added eight points, Kendra Fournier scored six, and Shayla Mailman chipped in with two points. The Chargers had three 3-point baskets, two by Ronco and one from Hogan, and they went 3-for-6 from the charity stripe.

Glenburn's Shayla Mailman takes a look at the ref after winning a loose ball battle. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)


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