5th/6th Grade boys hit the hardwood in final Glenburn Rec Tourney

GLENBURN - In the final of four Glenburn Rec basketball tournaments, the 5th/6th grade boys hit the hardwood Saturday morning. Teams competing in the tournament include Madison, Medomak, MDI (2 teams) , Hermon, Cushing, Foxcroft, and host Glenburn.

 The Glenburn and Madison teams kicked off the Glenburn Rec 5/6 boys tournament on Saturday morning at the Glenburn School. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

The host team Glenburn led at the conclusion of each quarter, but heading into the final period their lead over Madison was just three points (27-24). In the fourth quarter, the Chargers opened up there lead to 36-26 with 3:12 left in the game off a 9-2 run and went on to out score Madison 15-6 in the period.

 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Brandon Butterfield topped all scorers with 19 points, including 9-for-11 from the foul line, for Glenburn. Andrew Day and Ryan Guy each scored seven points for the Chargers.

Callen Franzose scored eight points and Quinn Cornforth had six points to lead Madison.

In the second game of the morning, Isaiah Meklin scored 15 points to lead Cushing to a 29-19 victory over MDI-Green. Landyn Benner added eight points for Cushing.

 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Spencer Laurendeau and Michael Gibson each scored six points for MDI.

In game three, after Medomak scored on a 3-point play to tie the game at 31-31, Aiden Grant went to the foul line with six seconds left in the game and knocked down two free throws to give MDI-White a 33-31 win.

 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Cedar Ellis scored 12 points to pace MDI, and Alex Gray added six points.

Matthew Holbrook scored a game high 20 points, and Kory Donlin had nine points to lead Medomak in scoring.

After a 5-2 first quarter, Foxcroft out scored Hermon 28+9 over he second and third quarters on their way to a 36-17 win.

 (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Caden Crocker scored a game high 14 points, and Cameron Chase added eight points to lead Foxcroft to the victory.

Noah Dupuy scored seven points and Cody Butler had four points to pace Hermon in scoring.


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