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GSA wins some, loses some
Senior Ben Eley avoids a steal
Senior Ben Eley avoids a steal by Ellsworth.
Sophomore Kelsey Allen works his way down the court
The boys fought to a 64-39 loss against Bucksport in a December 18 away game, then lost 72-48 at home against Ellsworth on December 22, but got back on track with back-to-back wins over Central (71-57) and PCHS (67-65) on December 28 and 29. This leaves the boys at 3-5 for the season with six weeks of regular play still to go. The boys face Searsport on January 3, Narraguagus on January 5 and Bucksport on January 9, all at home, all with a 7 p.m. tip-off.
Shown, sophomore Kelsey Allen works his way down the court against Bucksport.
Sophomore Alice Dillon hangs onto the ball
Sophomore Alice Dillon hangs onto the ball in first period play against Ellsworth.
Junior Jennifer McKenney takes the rebound
The Lady Eagles won 58-47 at home against Narraguagus on December 29, after a 32-46 loss to Ellsworth one week earlier on December 21. The girls are 2-4 for the season, with both wins coming out of their last three games. The girls play at Bucksport on January 2, at PCHS on January 4 and return home against Deer Isle-Stonington on January 10. Game times are 7 p.m.
Shown, junior Jennifer McKenney takes the rebound off a missed shot by GSA against Narraguagu.
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