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26 January, 2018 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 27 Shead Tigerettes move up to fifth place by Jason Garnett On January 9 Woodland High School hosted the Shead Tigerettes basketball team. The Lady Dragons won 49-41. The CASSIDEE LAWRENCE of the Shead Tigerettes sets up to take a shot for a basket during a game against East Grand on January 18. (Don Dunbar photo) high scorers for the Tigerettes were Just- ine Cheney with 11 points and Halle Sul- livan and Cassidy Wilder, who pitched in with 10 points each. On January 12 the Shead Tigerettes hosted the Narraguagus Lady Knights. The Lady Knights won 59-35. The high scorers for the Tigerettes were Wilder with 14 points and Madison Greenlaw with 8 points. On January 15 the Shead Tigerettes hosted Highview Christian Academy. The Tigerettes won 70-24. The high scorers for the Tigerettes were Cheney, Greenlaw and Maleeka Barnes with 10 points each. Ryleigh Andrews and Wilder chipped in 9 points apiece. Sullivan con- tributed 8 points. On January 18 the Tigerettes hosted the East Grand Lady Vi- kings. The Tigerettes won 58- 47. The high scorer for the Tigerettes was Wilder with 16 points. Cheney added 14 points, and Sullivan provided 10 points and a 3-pointer. On January 20 the Fort Fair- field Lady Tigers hosted the Shead Tigerettes. Fort Fairfield won, 28-18. The high scorer for the Tigerettes was Greenlaw with 6 points. On January 22, the Machias Lady Bulldogs hosted the Shead Tigerettes. The Tiger- ettes won the game 35-24. High scorer was Cassidy Wilder with 19 points. On January 24, The Shead Tigerettes hosted the Jonesport-Beals Royalettes. The Tigerettes won 52-47. AI of January 24, the Tigerettes have a record of 8-7 and are currently in fifth place in Class D North. AUSTIN ASHBY of the Shead Tigers takes a shot to score a basket against East Grand on January 18. (Don Dunbar photos) Tigers now in 1 lth by Jason Garnett On January 9 Woodland High School hosted the Shead Tigers basketball team. The Dragons won 84-47. The high scorers for the Tigers were Darren Turner with 22 points and one 3-pointer and Ethan Lank with 10 points for Shead. On January 11 the Tigers hosted the Narraguagus Knights of Harrington. The Ti- gers pulled off a tough win by a final score of 50-45. The high scorer was Ethan Lank with 21 points. Turner chipped in with 16 points and a 3-pointer. On January 15 the Tigers hosted Highview Christian Academy. The Tigers won 64- 33. On January 18 the Tigers hosted the East Grand Vikings, winning 48-36~ The high scor- ers were Turner with 20 points and Ethan Lank with 13 points. Turner shot three 3-point shots and led the Tigers to victory. On January 23, the Shead Ti- gers hosted the Machias Bull- dogs. Shead made a valiant attempt but came up short. The final score was Machias 60, Shead 35. The high scor- ers were Ethan Lank with 9 points and place with 6-7 record Darren Turner and Damien Lank with 8 points each. AJ Lank and Darren Turner both got a 3-point shot. SHEAD TIGER Logan Trott goes over the defense for a basket during a game against East Grand. The Shead boys are currently sitting in 1 lth place in Class D North with a record of 6-7. SHEAD TIGERETTE Justine Cheney drives in high to the hoop to score two points against East Grand on January 18. (Don Dunbar thoto) Game promotes breast cancer awareness The Calais Lady Blue Devils will host the sixth annual Pink Zone game against the Woodland Lady Dragons on Wednes- day, January 31, with the junior varsity team starting at 5 p.m. and the varsity team taking the floor at 6:30 p.m. Calais Regional Hospital is sponsoring the game to raise awareness about breast cancer. All fans wearing pink will be eligible motioal items and the chance to win an Andnd tablet. 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