Bisson, McMahon lead Glenburn "B" boys to win over Orono
GLENBURN - Tony Bisson and Logan McMahon each scored in double digits to lead the Glenburn Chargers to a 35-29 win over the Orono Red Riots in a "B" Division boys basketball game at Glenburn Middle School on Thirsday afternoon.
The Chargers opened the first quarter on a 9-0 run highlighted by a Jack Schuck 3-point basketwith 2:30 to play in the quarter. The basket by Schuck was his first of his career, as he is in his first year of basketball.
Glenburn's Tony Bisson (5) gets some air time as he passes the ball into the pain during a "B" division game at Glenburn on Thursday. Glenburn defeated Orono 35-29 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Glenburn's Jack Schuck (Left) sends a pass around Orono's James Hogan. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Orono out scored Glenburn 8-7 in the second quarter to make it a six point game at half time (18-12). The Chargers put the game away in the third period with a 12-4 score to take a 30-16 lead into the final period. Orono out scored the Glenburn bench 13-5 in the final period, falling short of the Chargers by six points.
Glenburn's Christian Mooers (13) tries to keep the ball out of reach of the Orono team. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Bisson scored a game high 13 points and McMahon added 11 points to pace the Chargers. Schuck scored three points, while Pierson Schools, Christian Mooers, Ever Zamora, and Keno Navarro each chipped in with two points.
Glenburn had two 3-point baskets, one each by Schuck and McMahon, and they went 1-for-3 from the charity stripe.
Glenburn's Pierson Schools looks to pass the ball during the first half. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Wyatt Farnham scored 12 points to pace the Red Riots, and Hashim Wise added eight points. Caden Gray scored five points, while James Hogan and Noah Jones each scored two points.
Orono had one 3-point basket by Gray, and they went 0-for-2 from the foul line.
Orono's Caden Gray looks over the floor before driving to the basket. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
ORONO 4 8 4 13 -- 29
GLENBURN 11 7 12 5 -- 35