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Messalonskee Stays Undefeated, Wins at Brewer

Postby Media » Tue Jan 03, 2017 6:43 am

Messalonskee Girls Basketball Stays Undefeated, Wins at Brewer
MESSALONSKEE 54, BREWER 44
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Re: Messalonskee Stays Undefeated, Wins at Brewer

Postby Therealslimshady » Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:47 pm

Brewer is an undersized, scrappy team that could give a higher seed prelim team fits.
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Messalonskee girls too much for Waterville

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jan 05, 2017 6:37 am

Messalonskee girls too much for Waterville
Eagles use balanced attack to earn victory.

... “We know that we have to prove (it) every night,” said Holmes, who added six rebounds. “Any team can beat us, and every night we want to beat them by a large margin to prove that we are the team to beat.”

Few teams can beat Messalonskee (7-0) when it plays the way it did Wednesday night. Three players scored in double figures and five had eight or more points for the Eagles, who seemed to click no matter who had the ball, or from where on the court they shot it.

“We’ve really worked on ball movement. Including everybody, getting contributions, however small, from one to 10,” coach Keith Derosby said. “I was really proud of the effort the girls put in tonight. This is a tough Waterville team that’s going to win a lot of games.”

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Messalonskee girls pull away from Lawrence

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:22 am

Messalonskee girls pull away from Lawrence
Eagles establish themselves as team to beat in Class A North.

... “We’ve still got to take it one game at a time,” said senior Sophie Holmes, who scored a game-high 19 points. “We still haven’t played Skowhegan, Gardiner and Nokomis. Until then we can’t say much.”

The Eagles stymied the Bulldogs guard tandem of Hunter Mercier and Morgan Boudreau with bigger players. Makayla Wilson stuck with Mercier and held her to four points, while 5-foot-11 point guard Ally Turner blanketed Boudreau.

“They’ve got too much size,” said Lawrence coach John Donato, whose team fell to 5-5. “We couldn’t penetrate. We couldn’t get the ball into the offense and we got beat back a few times. They had a lead and we couldn’t cut into it.”

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