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9 February, 2018 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 31 Tigerettes by Jason Garnett On January 27 the Hodgdon Hawks hosted the Shead Tigerettes. The Tiger- SHEAD TIGERETTE Justine Cheney drives in for a layup against Woodland. head to tourney in fourth place ettes won the game, 37-31. The high scor- ers for the Tigerettes were Cassidy Wilder and Madison Greenlaw, each with 11 points. Justine Cheney made one 3-point- er. On January 30 the Jonesport-Beals Lady Royals hosted the Tigerettes. Shead ended up winning the contest by a score of 49-36. On February 6 the Tigerettes hosted the Lady Dragons of Woodland. The Dragons won, 49-24. The high scorers for the Tig- erettes were Cheney and Wilder with 6 points each. The current record for the Shead Tiger- ettes is 10 wins and 8 losses. The Tiger- ettes are in fourth place in the heal point standings as of February 7. The Tigerettes will be playing the Ka- tahdin Cougars in the Class D North quar- terfinals at the Bangor tournament on Monday, February 19, at 2:05 p.m. They have been Class D North champions for the past two years. CASSIDEE LAWRENCE of the Tigerettes pulls up and takes a shot from under the basket to score against Woodland on February 6. (Don Dunbar photos) WCCC sets winter break adventure camp While the winter climate can be an im- ation program. "It provides students in the pediment to some outdoor activities, there Adventure Recreation and Tourism pro- are many other options in which those in gram with genuine leadership opportuni- eastern Maine can partake. Youth between ties to apply the leadership theory that the ages of 8-12 with an interest in having they're learning in the classroom in a real outdoor adventures over winter break can world environment." do so at Washington County Community This is the second year that WCCC has College, where a four-day guided day offered camps for area youth over school camp sponsored by the Outdoor Adven- vacation week in an effort to engage the ture Center will be taking place, community and spread awareness about Every day of the camp will feature dif- the outdoor activities eastern Maine of- ferent activities, from cross country skiing fers. "We hope that through this outdoor to building snow shelters and geocaching, programming we're really providing the When indoors, campers will be able to test connection between the kids and their lo- their mettle with WCCC's rock climbing ca/natural environment," Fraser says. wall. Learning about winter ecology and The winter camp costs $80 per attendee identifying tracks will be a theme through- with discounts granted to families with a out the week. military identification card or those who The camps are organized and run by are eligible for the free/reduced lunch pro- the senior students of the Adventure Rec- gram. There is a maximum of 12 partici- reation and Tourism program as part of pants, and pre-registration is required. To their required experiential studies. "It's a pre-register, visit and wonderful model using students," says click on the link for Winter Break Adven- Scott Fraser, director of the Outdoor Ad- ture Camp. The camp will run from Feb- venture Center and the Adventure Recre- ruary 20-23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ill Medical Cannabis Certification hours by appointment 6O Pam Koenig, FNP Maine Licensed, Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Water Street, Eastport, ME 04631 207-214-0097 pkoenig.fnp@gmail.eom DARREN TURNER of the Shead Tigers drives into the basket to score against Jonesport- Beals on January 25. (Don Dunbar photo) Tigers end regular season in 1 lth place by Jason Garnett On January 25 the Shead Tigers hosted the Jonesport-Beals Royals. The Royals won, 66-56. The high scorers for the Ti- gers were Darren Turner with 22 points and Ethan Lank with 12 points. Turner and Damien Lank each made two 3-pointers. On January 27 the Tigers traveled north to play the Hodgdon Hawks. The Hawks won, 57-47. The high scorers for the Ti- gers were Ethan Lank with 16 points and Turner and Logan Trott with 10 points each. Turner made two 3-pointers. On January 29 the Jonesport-Beals Royals hosted the Tigers. The Royals won, 63-39. The high scorers for the Tigers were Turner with 17 points and Ethan Lank with 10 points. Turner and Trever Fenderson made one 3-pointer each. On February 2 the Tigers hosted Great- er Houlton Christian Academy (GHCA). GHCA won, 60-51. The high scorers for the Tigers were Ethan Lank with 21 points and Turner with 18 points. Ethan Lank and Turner both made two 3-pointers. On February 5 the Tigers hosted the Woodland Dragons. The Dragons won, 85- 38. The high scorers for the Tigers were Ethan Lank and Turner with 11 points each. Damien Lank made one 3-pointer. The current record for the Shead Tigers is 6 wins and 12 losses, and the boys are in 1 lth place in Class D North as of Feb- ruary 7. They will be playing a prelimi- nary post-season game on Wednesday, February 14, to try to earn a spot in the tournament in Bangor. SHEAD TIGER Jakob Klentzman takes a shot from under the basket to score during the boys' last home game against Wood- land on February 5. (Don Dunbar photo) CASSIDY WILDER was crowned Miss Tiger on February 6. With her are Shead Tiger seniors Aaron Lank Jr Jakob Klentzman and Ethan Lank. (Don Dunbar photo) T & G Cedar paneling available now. Call for pickup or delivery. Pembroke Lumber Company (207) 853-4419 5/4 eased edge cedar decking 4 x 4 cedar posts 2x4, 2x6 and 2x8 cedar Cedar shiplap Spruce, pine and hemlock available Raised garden bed material Custom sawing Sawmill located on Rt. 214, Pembroke Building a camp? Try our 5" x 5" natural round Log Cabin material. Call to receive a quote.