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)

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Lawrence proved to be to much for Bangor in the opening game of the tournament as they took an 18-0 lead at half time and cruised to a 45-6 win.

 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Brianna Poulin scored eight points to top Lawrence in scoring, while Elizabeth Crommett had six points and Mackenzie Nadeau added five points.

Jaycee Thomas scored four for Bangor, and Raegan Sprague added two points,

(Photo by Skip Hawkes)
 
 
In the second pool play game of the day, Hampden was able to steadily increase their lead over Woodland after a close 6-4 first quarter. The Broncos held a 16-10 half time lead, 25-14 after three quarters, and closed out the game with a 12-5 final period for the 37-19 victory,
 
Samantha Bellerose scored a game high 14 points for Hampden, while Chandler Smith added seven and Makayla Miller scored six.
 
Brooke Smith led Woodland in scoring with nine points. Hannah Hockenwitz and Amy Cox each scored four points.
 
 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
 

The more talented Houlton girls held Glenburn scoreless for three quarters as they cruised to a 35-6 win over the host team Glenburn.

Leading Houlton in scoring was Emma Swallow with eight points, Kaitlyn Kenney with seven, and both Gabby Gentle and Camille Callnan scored four points.

Makayla Harburger scored four points for Glenburn, and Kacey Gardner added the other two points.

(Photo by Skip Hawkes)
 

Ellsworth stretched a four point first quarter lead into a 13 point half time lead by holding the Holden girls scoreless in the second quarter. Holden would manage just one point over the second half as Ellsworth cruised to a 36-9 victory.

Casey Carter scored a game high 13 points to pace Ellsworth. Other top scorers for Ellsworth were Laney Oliver with eight points and Devae Reynolds with six points.

Scoring for Holden was Makayla Dore with four points, Lauren Votver and Lillian Higgins with two points each, and Olivia Melvin with one point.



 

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