Hews, Haggerty spark Glenburn 3/4 boys come from behind win
GLENBURN - Sunday morning at the Glenburn School, the Glenburn Chargers 3/4 boys rallied back from a 9-point half time deficit to pull out a 37-32 Eastern Maine Basketball League travel game over Ellsworth.
Ellsworth opened the game on an 8-0 run, and took a 12-4 first quarter lead, and held a 20-11 lead at the half time break.
Glenburn's Brady Hews (left) looks to pass the ball as Ellsworth's Logan Crowley moves in to defend during a 3/4 boys travel game in Glenburn on Sunday. Glenburn won the game 37-32. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
The Eagles had no answers for the Chargers over the second half, as Brady Hews and Colby Haggerty combined for 24 points to help out score Ellsworth 26-12 and overcome the first half deficit for the win.
Glenburn's Colby Haggerty (front) looks to the basket before putting up a shot. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Hews scored a game high 23 points and Haggerty added 12 second points. Jacob Murzyn chipped in for two points.
Ellsworth was led in scoring by Dawson Curtis with 12 points and Logan Crowley with eight points. Alex McGowan and Brennick Parks each scored four points, and both Calvin Carter and Cooper Mitchell scored two points.
Glenburn's Jacob Murzyn (5) gets some air time against Ellsworth's Dawson Curtis during the fourth quarter. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Glenburn's Aidan Ouellette (43) works his way past the Ellsworth defense towards the basket. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
ELLSWORTH (3-2) 12 8 8 4 -- 32
GLENBURN (5-0) 4 7 15 11 -- 37