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BOYS HOCKEY - SEASON HIGH LIGHTS
Enjoy a video of the season high lights of the Boys 2013-14 Hockey team ... View video
WINTER SPORTS SEASON HIGH LITES VIDEO
Video of Season Hi-lites for the 2013-14 Winter Sports season ... View Video
INTERVIEW WITH SAM WOOD AND NATE MACKWNZIE
Nordic Skiers Nate Mackenzie and Sam Wood discuss the EHSC race ... Listen
WRESTLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Pierce Knorr was the top Eagles performer by advancing all the way to the finals ... Read more
Mar 6, 2014 - Interview with Nate Mackenzie and Sam Wood
Mar 6, 2014 - Boys Hockey Season Hi-Lites
Mar 5, 2014 - 2013-14 Winter Sports Season Summary Video
Mar 2, 2014 - Sam Wood In a Come From Behind Victory at EHSC Qualifier
The EHSC Qualifier Race was held at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center under ideal conditions for Nordic Skiing.
The Classic portion of the race was held in the morning and the Pursuit (Freestyle or Skate) event was held in the afternoon. After the morning run, Mt Ararat's Sam Wood found himself sitting in second place, trailing Fort Kent's Lance McKenney by a whopping 29 seconds. In the Skate event, Sam overcame that deficit to post a 5 second victory over McKenney and the rest of the field to finish as the top qualifier for the J2 Event in Chittenden, Vermont scheduled for Mar 14-16. Sam posted times of 13:41.2 in the Classic portion and an eye-popping 12:58.8 in the Skate portion. The Eagles' Nate Mackenzie put together two solid races to finish 35th overall. Nate finished with times of 15:35.0 in the Classic event and 15:10.9 in the Skate portion.
Torri Pelletier represented the Eagles Girls Nordic team along with Brunswick's Lena Martin. Torri also qualified by finishing 24th overall. Lena qualified as the first alternate with a 26th place finish. Torri posted times of 18:50.5 in the Classic portion with Lena cruising in at 19:25.7. Lena edged out Torri in the Freestyle event finishing with a time of 17:40.1 just ahead of Torri's 17:41.2.
MacDonalds All Star Basketball Game and Festivities
On March 8, 2014, MacDonalds will be featuring an all-day festival of Basketball Games and Competitions. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children. All proceeds from this game benefit the Ronald McDonald Houses of Maine. See See Brochure for more information
Accolades Continue to Pour in
Shyheim Ulrickson received Honorable Mention to the Eastern Maine All-Tournament team, while Jordon Castonguay and Jake Demosthenes were named to the All-Academic team.
Caitlin LaFountain was a named to the second team and she also picked up All-Academic honors. Caitlin will be playing in the KVAC Senior All-Star game on Tuesday, March 4 at 7:00 PM and again on Saturday, March 8 at Husson College at 9:15 (AM). Nikki Bradstreet was named Rookie of the Year.
In wrestling, Robert Hetherman and teammate Brandon Jusseaume were KVAC Second Team picks.
Eagles Named to Girls Hockey All Star Team
Congratulations to Nellie Anne Hetherington, Devon Hutchins, Carly Raymond and Bailey Sullivan who have been chosen to represent Mt Ararat at the East-West All Star game. The game will be played Sunday, March 2nd at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn at 3:45.
Sam Wood Awarded State Champion Trophy - video by Jay Burns
Feb 20, 2014 - Ditto - Sam Wood Captures Nordic Ski Freestyle State Championship
It was a Goldilocks kind of day. Conditions were juuust right with blue sky, brilliant sunshine, and pristine snow. Not that it would have mattered to the Eagles' Sam Wood, but it was kind of nice for the spectators. Sam pretty much blew away the competition winning by a healthy margin of 12 seconds over runner up Gabe Mahoney of Falmouth. Sam was methodical in his approach and a beast on the hills. He passed the 3K mark approximately 150 yards behind the lead racer (it was a 15-second staggered start). By the 4K mark, which was located at the top of a grueling, uninterrupted climb of approximately 600 meters, Sam had narrowed the lead to 20 yards. That's a lot of mileage to pick up in that short a distance. From there it was academic. So Sam joins his sister, Emma, as the second overall State Champion that the Mt Ararat Sports Machine has produced in just their 7th season of existence.
You have to admire Nate Mackenzie, who in his last high school race, put all the chips on the table. A lot of people would play it conservatively, but there is a time to take a risk, and for Nate, this was the day. But when you roll the dice, sometimes bad things happen. Nate survived a crash as he sped around a dangerous corner (known as the 'Bowling for spectators' corner by the assembled
ten pins crowd), but he picked himself up and fought his way back into competition with a very respectable 30th place finish. Well played, Nate! Jonah Levy moved up the pecking order with a 43rd place finish which was an improvement of four places from yesterday's Classic race. Two consecutive days of racing may have taken its toll on Nate Sprague as he dropped from 47th to 50th. Ted Burns stepped in for Kellen Radulski and finished 53rd. I suspect Connor Read finished first in the varsity football player category (and a lineman at that) as he knocked off 30 seconds from his KVAC Skate time.
For the Girls, it was Torri Pelletier finishing in 12th place breaking the 20-minute mark. Torri is just entertaining to watch as she is all arms, legs, deterination, and great facial expressions (and she has a smidgen of talent too (a very large smidgen). Little Lena Martin, our adopted Brunswick cousin, had plenty of vocal support and recognition as Brunswick's only competitor from the crowd, and she had another strong race with a 25th place finish. Emma Levy (32), Eleanor Skinner (46), Dani Ingle (50), and Marie Ring (51) are all multi-talented young ladies who ended their high school careers with solid races in this very physically demanding sport.
Congratulations to all for a great season.
Feb 19, 2014 - Sam Wood Captures Nordic Ski Classic State Championship
Sam Wood added to his impressive collection of awards by gliding to a first place finish in the Classic portion of State Championship held at the Rangeley Lakes trail Center. Sam cruised home in 17:34.5 over the 5K course six seconds in front of runner up, Ben Allen of Portland. The Skate competition will take place today at 10:30. Other Eagle finishers included Nat Mackenzie (29), Nate Sprague (47), Jonah Levy (49), Kellen Radulski (51), and Connor Read (56).
Torri Pelletier was the top Eagles Girl competitor with a solid 11th place finish. Lena Martin, technically of Brunswick, followed close behind in 19th place. Other Eagle finishers were Emma Levy (28), Marie Ring (43), Eleanor Skinner (45), Dani Ingle (47), and Laurel Streeter (52).
Feb 16, 2014 - Eagles 9th at States
Pierce Knorr was the top Eagles performer by advancing all the way to the finals, before he lost a 7-2 to Massabesic's Jason Dragon (too bad he doesn't wrestle for Brunswick). The Eagles finished 9th out of 20 teams. Robert Hetherman made it to the quarter finals where he pinned Logan Martin, also from Massabesic, to take third place honors. Brandon Jusseaume, Adam Ewing, and John Hetherman also competed for the Eagles. Christian Jensen of Brunswick, who trains with the Eagles, finished 3rd.
Feb 17, 2014 - Eagles at State Championship
The Eagles had a small but talented group compete at the State Championship held at USM.
Kelly Lynch and Kate Frizzle, representing two different ends in the 4 x 200 of the Indoor Track spectrm of events, were the top performers for the Girls. Kelly legged out a strong 800 to finish 12th in a deep field and Katie muscled the shot 30-06.75 that also placed her 12th. Sara Napoleon continued her promising career with an 18th place finish in the High Jump. Summer Gray ran gazelle-like to a 20th place finish in the grueling 400 Meters and Lauren Grant went air-born 30-07.50 in the Triple Jump to place 25th. In the relays, Kelly Lynch led off and Lindsey Papa, Alana Weaver, and Amy Segars finished in 17th place in the 4 x 800. In the 4 x 200, Alyssa Scannevin, Summer Gray, Lauren Grant, and Kelly Lynch finished 18th.
Andrew McCracken soared into the rarefied air and tied the School record in the Pole Vault that he set last week at the KVAC's with another vault of 13-00 feet. Andrew's effort was good for second place as Brewer's Alec Wortman also cleared 13-00 feet, but on fewer attempts to claim first place. Justin Pierce, Mt Ararat's other space cadet, cleared 5-10 in the High Jump to reach the podium in 5th place. Ty Veno had a strong outing in the 200 with a 15th place finish and Matt Gott has had better days in the 2 Mile, but he still finished in a respectable 25th place. In the relays, it was Jake Papa, Isaac Bradshaw, Steven Johnson, and Eric French finishing 11th in the 4 x 800. In the 4 x 200, Deshaun Ulrickson, Devon Drew, Hiro Soya, and Ty Veno sprinted to a 14th place finish.
Feb 15, 2014 - Eagles Compete at State Championship
Ben Wade placed 15th in the 100 Free and 16th in the 50 Free at the State Championship meet held in Orono. Freshman diver Noah Brillant placed 11th in the Diving event with 187 points. For the Girls, Laura Secone, Kaylin Huey, Molly Huey, and Maddy Wade teamed to finish 14th in the 400 Relay.
Click here to view a season summary for each individal swimmer's times and events.
Feb 15, 2014 - Dragons Move On with Win Over Eagles 73-54
In the rubber match between these two rivals, Brunswick came out with the hot hand and it seemed they could do no wrong. The final score gives no indication of the closeness of this game. It was a two possession game with 2:30 left in the game. Derek Devereaux had a great game both offensively and especially defensively. He "held" (sometimes literally) Shy Ulrickson to 25 points, but he made Shy earn every one of them. On offense, along with Blake Gordon, they had the answer each time the Eagles mounted a run.
Jake Demosthenes gave the Eagles an early lead with a strong drive to the hoop for the Eagles. Derek Devereaux countered with a drive of his own to tie the game at 2-2. Two Kevin Carter free throws were offset by an Alex Bandouveres hoop. Brunswick's Blake Gordon got his mojo on with a couple of baskets to give the Dragons an 8-4 lead before Mike Crawford and Shy Ulrickson drained a pair of treys to give the Eagles a 10-8 edge. But as happened so often throughout the game, Derek Devereaux had a quick response. this time he finished off a drive, was fouled, and completed the three-point play. Shy Ulrickson tied the game with free throw, before Devereaux hit on a put back and Gordon drained a pair of free throws. The quarter ended with Brunswick holding a 15-11 lead.
The Dragons came out breathing fire to open the second quarter. Eliot Boyd and Blake Gordon connected before Mt Ararat's Kevin Carter hit a soft 5-foot jump hook. Carter then converted both ends of a 1 and 1 to narrow the Brunswick lead back to 19-15. After two Blake Gordon free throws, Shy finished off a nice left-handed baseline drive. Devereaux and Ulrickson exchanged hoops the rest of the quarter. Devereaux drove for two, Shy hit a mid-range baseline jumper. Devereaux nailed a trey and Shy matched it. Devereaux hit a 12 -foot J, Shy hit another three-pointer. With 1:43 left, Shy was driving when he spotted Jake Demosthenes underneath and sent a laser pass that Jake laid in to give the Eagles a 29-28 lead. Brunswick had an immediate response when, two seconds later, Devereaux was fouled and converted both free throws. Blake Gordon closed out the half with a drive for two that gave the Dragons a 32-29 lead. Shy had 10 points in the quarter and Devereaux had 9.
Blake Gordon sandwiched a pair of treys around a conventional three-point play by Derek Devereaux to boost the Dragons lead quickly to 41-29. Mt Ararat called a time out to regroup. A Shy Ulrickson three-pointer cut into the lead, but Brunswick continued its hot shooting. The teams went back and forth.
A Blake Gordon drive was answered by a pair of free throws by Mike Crawford. A Brady Larson three-pointer was followed by a seeing eye bullet from Shy to Mason Griffin underneath, who strong-manned it in, was fouled and completed the old school three-point play. A Shy jumper and a Mason Griffin power move wrapped around a pair of free throws by Ryan Black gave the Dragons a 47-41 lead. As in the previous two quarters, Blake Gordon closed out the scoring giving the Dragons some additional breathing room, 49-41.
The Eagles continued to battle. A Shy three-pointer, three free throws, and Mike Crawford hitting both ends of a 1+1 kept the Eagles within range. Mason Griffin hit a three pointer with 2:29 left to narrow the Brunswick lead to six, 58-52 and it was still anyone's game. But Brunswick went on a 13-2 run fueled by accurate foul shooting down the stretch to pull away and cement the victory.
There was a good-sized crowd on hand for both schools. Brunswick won the awards for most inane cheer - 'We like turtles'. There was a rare instance of a ball sitting on the rim (not wedged - just sitting there) that resulted in a jump ball.
Feb 15, 2014 - Video HiLites of Qtr-Finals vs Brunswick by Greg Emerson
Jan 8, 2014 - Hi-Lites from KVAC Championship
Feb 8, 2014 - Senior Night vs Edward Little - Eagles Lose 4-0
It was Senior Night at "the Sid" and the Mt Ararat / Lisbon fans honored its seniors Bru Abreu, Sean Bolduc, Brett Gravel, Jason Kenney, and their families. In addition, MTA alumnus Logan McGuire presented the Hobey Baker Award to Sean Bolduc who best exemplified the traits of sportsmanship and character. Jessica Wright got things started with a mellifluous rendition of the National Anthem.
This was a big game for the Eagles in terms of qualifying for the playoffs, but the Eddies (10-5) proved they were a little too strong for the Eagles. The Eddies controlled from the start with Sedrick Simons putting Kyle Welsh, the Eagles netminder, to the test. Kyle was equal to the task. For the Eagles, Shane Pennell created some havoc in front of the EL net, but was unable to get off a shot on net. At 11:21, after the Eagles failed to clear, the Eddies' Cody Woodward skated in from the circle and shot. Kyle Welsh got his pad on it, but the shot deflected into the corner of the net to give EL a 1-0 lead. The Eddies broke in with a 3 on 1 on the ensuing face off, but Kyle made the save. Kyle continued his backstopping with a big save on Max Giard who marched in after winning the face-off. At 6:22, Kyle again was called on to make a save on a breakaway and two subsequent rebounds. Kyle Welsh was keeping the Eagles in the game with several fantastic saves within a minute on quality scoring opportunities. Two penalties hurt the Eagles and the Eddies took advantage of the second one when Ben Steele scored. Kyle Lussier had a good chance on a break out and Mark Abreu and Tyler Halls threatened around the two minute mark. The Eagles were out-shot 17-2 in the period.
The Eddies broke open the game on their first shot of the second period when Cody Woodward struck again. The Eddies were assessed a five minute penalty for a head hit at 10:29. Brett Gravel immediately got off a good shot that sent the Devin Dumont, the Eddies goalie, sprawling. That was the best chance the Eagles would have. Branden Dyer added a goal with 6:58 left in the second quarter. It was 4-0 after two with the Eagle being out-shot 25 to 8.
Sean Bolduc had a couple of chances in the slot. First Brett Gravel set him up and then Sean interrupted a break out attempt, stole the puck, wheeled, and fired just wide. Play devolved and got a little chippy as both teams were assessed a variety of penalties. Kyle Welsh ended up with 29 saves.
Feb 8, 2014 - Boys Hockey Senior Night Video Hi-Lites vs Edward Little by Greg Emerson
Feb 6, 2014 - Video Hi-Lites from Girls Basketball Senior Night vs Brunswick by Greg Emerson
Feb 6, 2014 - Dragons Burn Eagles in OT 52-49
This game had many twists and turns en route to a final showdown between each team's premier player. Mt Ararat's Caitlin LaFountain and Brunswick's Julia Champagne put on an exhilarating show in the closing minutes of regulation and continued their act in overtime. Neither girl disappointed. It was not a case of who would out play the other, it was a case of who would have the ball last. Unfortunately for Eagles fans, it was Julia Champagne who had the last possession. The Eagles were down by two with 39 seconds left in OT. Everyone in the packed gym knew the ball was going to Caitlin. It did and Caitlin thrilled the partisan Eagles crowd with a power drive through a double team to tie the game at 49 each with 28 seconds left. Then, it was Julia's turn. Again everyone in the building knew the ball was going to Julia. She proceeded to dribble through traffic and float a teardrop that fell with less than a second showing. She was fouled on the play and she coolly sank the free throw, which was academic at that point.
The game started with the Eagles threatening to run away with it. The first period saw its share of jitters with neither team establishing a smooth flow. Libby Davis (do I have to tell you again how much I love watching Libby's style of play?), starting on Senior Night, got the Eagles on the board with a free throw. On the next possession, Alison Melcher sent a message with a block along the end line. After a Bwick hoop, Caitlin started her and the Eagles' engines with a trey. Lindsey Cornelison added a pair of free throws to give the Eagles a 6-2 lead with three minutes left. Brunswick responded with a bucket, and then Caitlin hit from the top of the key to make it 8-4 with 2:35 left. The remainder of the quarter was scoreless.
The Eagles started the second quarter with a 6-point mini run. An Eagles basket and a hoop by Lindsey Cornelison off a nifty Sara Lamb feed made it 12-4 and caused enough anguish for the Dragons that they called a time out. Sara Lamb must have been in the Brunswick huddle and heard what was said during the TO, because she immediately came up with a steal in the defensive end an went coast-to-coast for a lay up that made it 14-4 Eagles. Brunswick's Julia Champagne began to put her imprint on the game. She hit a pair of free throws before Libby Davis hit a 10-foot pop. Julia then hit a trey followed by a 2 to get the Dragons back in the game. Another Bwick basket and all of a sudden it was 16-13. This time it was the Eagles who needed to call a time out. The strategy worked as Nikki Bradstreet took off on a fast break and fed a streaking Alison Melcher for a lay up. Nikki took off another fast break and deftly dropped in a floater to extend the Eagles lead back to a more comfortable 20-13. But the Dragons' Lyse Henshaw, in a harbinger of last second Dragon heroics that would follow, dropped in a three-pointer with less than a second left in the half to narrow the Dragon deficit to 20-16.
Caitlin LaFountain continued to lead the Eagles attack with a full court rush that lead to an old -fashioned three-point play. On the next Eagles possession, it was Caitlin again - this time off a cut and a nice Alison Melcher feed. At the four-minute mark, Lindsey Cornelison collected an air ball and put it right back up and the Eagles had what seemed like a commanding 27-16 lead. But Caitlin LaFountain was in foul trouble and had to sit out for a while. Brunswick started to press and forced several turnovers. After two free throws by Julia Champagne, Lyse Henshaw hit a pair of three-pointers on consecutive possessions and suddenly that 11-point Eagles lead was down to five. Alison Melcher hit a free throw, but Brunswick's good looking freshman Madeline Suhr sank two free throws to narrow the Eagles lead to 30-26 after three quarters.
Young Ms Suhr calmly sank a three-pointer to open the fourth quarter to make it 30-29 Eagles and a steal and hoop gave the Dragons their first lead since (well in a long time). Sara Lamb and Kate Guerin hooked up on a nice give-and-go with Sara culminating the play with a left-handed lay up as the lead see-sawed back to the Eagles 32-31. A Gillian Doehring free throw and a put back gave the Dragons a 34-32 lead. Sara Lamb, who was in the thick of things all night long, connected with Alison Melcher on the cut through the lane for a lay up and a tie game. Two clutch free throws by Alison Melcher returned the lead to the Eagles, 36-34. A Julia Champagne trey momentarily gave the Dragons a 37-36 lead.
With a little more than three minutes left and a 39-36 lead, Brunswick went into a stall, a strategy that almost always signals the death knell of the team that employs it. After a Brunswick hoop, Alison Melcher and Caitlin LaFountain both connected on a pair of free throws and Sara Lamb hit a 10-foot stop-and-pop with 37 seconds left to bring the Eagles within one, 43-42. After Brunswick committed two turnovers on an out of bounds play and traveling call, Caitlin LaFountain put the Eagles ahead 44-43 with 17 seconds left. 17 seconds is too long to give Julia Champagne and she hit a foul shot to tie the game with 5 seconds left in regulation. Caitlin LaFountain rushed the length of the court and forced a shot off a drive that had a chance, but just would not fall.
In OT, Brunswick scored first. Then, Lindsey Cornelison scrambled to detatch the ball from a Brunswick player and Nikki Bradstreet picked up the ball and was off to the races for a lay up and another tie at 46-46. Caitlin and Julia then went to work, mano a mano. Caitlin hit a free throw and Julia countered with a steal and a floater on the fly to give Brnswick a 48-47 ead. A big free throw by Brunswick senior Sabrina Levesque made it a two point lead. That set up the final show down between Caitlin and Julia.
Julia Cajmpagne finished with a game high 25 points and Lyse Henshaw and Madeline Suhr both contributed 9 points. Caitlin LaFountain led the Eagles with 17 with Sara Lamb and Lindsey Cornelison adding 10 each. Alison Melcher had 9 points for the Eagles.
It was Senior Night and the Eagles honored their two seniors, Caitlin Lafountain and Libby Davis. If you never got to see Caitlin play, you missed one of the finest athletes both as a basketball player and a field hockey player, that has ever graced the halls of Mt Ararat. On the other hand, Libby Davis never set any records, but she is the consumate competitor who always got the most out of her abilities and possessed all those intangibles that made the teams she played on better. She is funny, upbeat, and her attitude is point A to point B is a straight line and that's where I am going. Coach LaFountain, ever the classy person, also honored the Brunswick seniors Lyse Henshaw, Anna Dimick, and Sabrina Levesque in the pregame ceremony. the band was playing, the cheerleaders were cheering, and the fans were chanting in (mostly) appropriate, if not necessarily creative, ripostes.
Feb 6, 2014 - Boys Basketball Senior Night vs Brunswick Video HiLites
Feb 6, 2014 - Dragons Slay Eagles 45-36
Brunswick's Blake Gordon came out smoking hot scoring the first 11 points for Brunswick, including three consecutive three-pointers as the Dragons jumped out to an early 13-4 first quarter lead. The Eagles chipped away and got within 3 points with just under five minutes left in the game, but their aggressive defense led to fouls and Brunswick converted as they extended their lead down the stretch.
It was a rematch between these two rivals and the Dragons were eager to extract a measure of revenge against an Eagles team that upset them earlier in the season on their home turf. Blake Gordon delivered the message early via three consecutive bombs from three-point land. Maybe his arm was getting tired because on his fourth shot, he settled for a two-pointer. His 11 points more than offset a baseline drive by Shy Ulrickson to give the Dragons an 11-2 lead with just under two minutes remaining in the quarter. The Eagles Kevin Carter looked smooth as silk as he swished a 10-footer to make it 11-4, but Brunswick's Alex Bandouveres added a basket to close out the scoring with the Eagles trailing 13-4.
The Eagles had their work cut out for them, but it was Brunswick who continued to put the pedal to the metal. Baskets by Bandouveres and Eliot Boyd extended their lead to 17-4. With just over three minute showing on the clock, a Mason Griffin off-balance fall-away kissed the glass and went in. A minute later, Mason struck again. with (what else) a power drive. Brunswick's Thomas Hanson then drained a three-pointer before Shy Ulrickson completed an old school three-point play to end the half with the Eagles trailing 22-11.
The Eagles doubled their first half output in the third quarter as they outscored the Dragons 12-7. Shy Ulrickson got things going with a three-pointer. Shy then followed with a prototypical twisting penetration and beautiful dish to Kevin Carter, who laid it in. Blake Gordon struck again with a two-pointer and the Dragon lead was 10 at 26-16 with 4:25 to play in the quarter. Jake Demosthenes spearheaded a chalk book-like play with a feed to Kevin Carter in the post who no-looked a pass to Mason Griffin cutting through the lane for an easy two. Grif had the hot hand, so the Eagles continued to play it. Mason received the ball at the top of the key, drove, and finished off with a twisting, reverse lay-up. Brunswick called a time out to stanch the bleeding after watching their lead shrink to 5 points. After Brunswick converted 3 free throws, Mason Griffin again drove toward the net, managed to sneak through two defenders who were draped all over him like a cheap suit, pirouette, and beat a third defender with another reverse lay-up right before the buzzer sounded. The crowd was shaking its head in collective disbelief wondering how did he do that.
Shy Ulrickson opened the final quarter with a 15-foot stop and pop. After Brunswick's Bandouveres connected on two free throws, Mike Crawford took off on a fast break and laid it in. Shy Ulrickson hit a running right-hander and was fouled on the play. Of course, he converted and the Brunswick lead was looking very slim at 33-30. Brunswick called a time out and with 4:39 left, it was anyone's ballgame. Brunswick's Derek Devereaux hit a couple of key free throws and Alex Bandouveres, the big guy, showed he has a good range by connecting on a hoop from just inside the arc to stretch the Dragon lead back to 37-30. The Eagles made a final run with Mason Griffin adding a hoop and Shy Ulrickson converting two free throws to shrink the Eagle deficit to 37-34, but the aggressive defensive play by the Eagles in the final two minutes led to fouls and both Brunswick's Devereaux and Gordon were perfect from the line.
Blake Gordon led all scorers with 20 points and Derek Devereaux and Alex Bandouveres both added 8. For the Eagles, Shy Ulrickson scored 15 and Mason Griffin had 13 points.
It was Senior Night and Coach Watson, their teammates, and their fans acknowledged all the hard work the players have put in as well as all the support and sacrifices the parents have made to contribute to their athlete's success. So a huge woot-woot to Jordon Castonguay, Zach Curtis, Jake Demosthenes, and Joe Thomas.
Feb 4, 2014 - Boys Basketball vs Lewiston Video HiLites