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1979 - Washington Academy sports boys basketball teams Ellsworth to scrimmage with '13 perennial power. ,, bys team in a game consisting of beat the Ellsworth Eagles. It practice game for the aria great uplift, too. re was a productive pep rally before .n.opener last Tuesday evening e e varsity boys basketball team telarraguagus Knights 78-59, with otter turning in a brilliant 34 point nce. The Narraguagus junior var- S prt Elementary basketball Eastport Elementary School boys )asketball teams have been select- essions are being held four ,eek in the gym. team consists of Stephen le, Stephen Miliano, Roy Rumery, Thomas Wright, Tony Me- ,bin Stuart, Chris Hicks, Steven It, Frank Lank, David Lindquist IQton Small. The managers are Jim John Verge and Greg Stevens. coached by Robert Davis. team consists of Natalie Mit- irothy Barnes, Barbara Hicks, cCannell, Donna Arseneau, Judy Irenda Cook, Lisa Farris, Susan ,/dora Patterson, April Townsend, 'oung, Nancy Miliano, Shefla Sel- td Julie Ramsdell. Ellen Selwood ers and the roached by Peggy Davis. basketball program for in. grades five through eight will the Christmas vacation. Saturday mornings beginning in the third and fourth grade stud- be involved in clinics which will fundamentals and skills of bas- tball schedule is as follows:- Home-Boys & Girls 5:00 Home-Boys & Girls 5:30 :dais Home-Boys & Girls 3:30 loodland Home-Boys & Girls 3:30 ,ubec Away-Boys & Girls 4:00 t. Stephen Home-Boys & Girls 3:30 =.mbroke Away-Boys & Girls 5:00 Away-Boys & Girls 4:00 ,ubec Home-Boys & Girls 4:30 Stephen Away-Boys 3:30 Away-Boys & Girls 3:30 oodland Away-Boys & Girls 6:00 sity beat Washington Academy's junior varsity 58-53 though. On December 3rd, the Narraguagus girls basketball squad found the home court to their advantage, as they downed Washing- ton Academy, 54-43. Heidi Huckins led the Narraguagus scoring drive with 17 points to her credit. She was followed by Sonya Grant with 13 points. None of the Washington Academy , players took their individual scoring into the double numbers, but Tracy Look,  Karen Moore and J. Grady each pulled down nine points each. In Junior Varsity action, the host team was again the victor, this time by an over- whelming 58-7. The girls varsity team in a game on November 28th lost against Woodland in a hard-fought basketball game. Lubec basketball season opens The Lubec High School Hornets open- ed their basketball season with a win over Shead High School in a game in Eastport Tuesday night. The score, Lubec 70, Shead 49. High scorers for Lubec were Kevin Wilcox with 23 points, Mike Bridges with 19 and Brett Ramsdell with 14. In junior varsity action Lubec lost to Shead, 53-40. In spite of the loss of Paul Cook by graduation, Coach Don Farrell has a lot of confidence in his team even though he Ms only two seniors and two returning members of last year's starting five. Returning from last year's starting five are Dale Leighton, senior guard, and Brett Ramsdell, junior center. Two new additions to the team are Bruce Pelletier, a junior, and Kris Washburn, a sophomore, who join Lewis Jones, a senior and juniors Rod Eves and Kevin Wilcox in the 6-foot or more class in height. Other team mem- bers are Danny Fitzsimmons and Larry Jones, also Shawn Tinker and Mike Bridges. Lubec Grammar School basketball schedule 1979-80 7&8 7&8 Date Team ........................... ,B_qy._...Girh__ 1"o. 30 St. Andrews* 5:30 Dec. 3 Pembroke 6:30 5:00 Dec. 6 *Calais 5:30 Dec. 13 * St. Stephen 4:00 Dec. 17 Woodland 6:00 6:00 Dec. 20 *Eastport 5:00 4:00 Jan. 2 *Edmunds 7:00 Jan. 7 *Machias 6:30 5:00 Jan. 10 Calais 6:00 Jan. 14 St. Andrews 5:30 Jan. 17 Eastport 6:00 4:30 Jan. 21 Cal. 4:30 Jan. 24 *Pembroke 6:30 5:00 Jan. 25 St. Stephen 4:00 Jan. 30 *Edmunds 7:30 Jan. 31 *Calais 4:30 Feb. 4 Machias 6:30 5:00 -Home Games for Scholars which was held at the Eastport Munici- (Quoddy Tides Photo) Page 35 ! SHEAD GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM reaches for the basket at the December lOth Woodland game. ( Quoddy Tides Photo) Shead Sports, TIGERETTES START REGULAR SEASON On Tuesday, November 27, the Shead Tigerettes hosted a very tough team from St. Stephen, N.B. in a scrimage game. The two teams played five, 8 minute games. Shead's Tigerettes lost the first two 'games. They battled back to tie the next 2 games, then they were defeated in the last game. Coach Mitchell stated that he thought the reason that the girls didn't do better was because they were out of shape. He had them running extra laps and practic- ing harder to get ready for the season's opener with Washington Academy. The whole team is very excited about this season and have hopes to go to the tournament again this year. SHEAD CHEERLEADERS The Shead Varsity Cheerleaders are all excited about their f'trst game and the voting for the 1979-80 Miss Tiger. The cheerleaders have been so busy practicing they were all disappointed when their pom-pom routine was not ready for the first game. But they hope to have one before the end of the season. The cheerleaders are all hoping to have a fan of the week this season, they have not decided what will be given to the winner. Last year's Fan of the Week were Jim Follis and Buck Suddy of Eastport. Campobello Men's Basketball standing _W...L... L .....A_ _ _P.t.s.. Lakers 3 0 311 261 6 Celtics 2 1 292 293 4 Leftovers 1 2 304 348 2 76ers 0 3 301.3060 .L e. a di.n_a r e rs. 1. Donnie Fletcher, Celtics 44.0 2. Jim Case, Leftovers 28.0 3. Carl Hood,Leftovers 27.7 4. Alan Matthews, Lakers 26.0 5. Rick Snell, 76 ers 24.7 6. Dexter Lyons, Lakers 23.3 7. Ritchie Lahey, 76 ers 22.0 8. Mike Matthews, 76 ers 21.0 9. Dwight Allingham, Celtics 18.3 10. Rod Lahey, Celtics 17.3 The Shead basketball season started off with a loss this year as the Tigers Varsity team dropped a decision to the Lubec Hornets 70-49. Shead's high scorer was Sheril Sprague who tallied 19 points in Shead's first game which was at home. Shead next travelled to Wisdom where the Varsity Tigers took two easy decis- ions. The first game the Tigers payed saw the Tigers easily walk away with a vic- tory. The final score was Shead 78-49. Sheril Sprague was high scorer with 35 points, Greg Hastings had 22 points. Shead's second game with Wisdom was much like the first-Shead easily won 79-54. Sheril Sprague was once again high scorer with 28 points. Greg Hastings had 15, Scott Young 15, and 19 re- bounds, Arthur Muncey had 11 points. Shead Varsity Tigers are now 2-1. Lubec H. S. basketball schedule 1979-80 27 Jan.3 5 8 11 14 15 16 18 22 26 29 Feb. 1 5 12 Gir.E._J...V_: _.V.a..r. 6:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 10 a.m. 6:00 7:30 Dec.3 *Calais 4 Eastport 5 *Woodland 7 *Allagash 8 *Allagash 11 *East Grand 12 *Eastport 6:30 14 *Wash. Acad. 6:30 14 Wisdom 6:30 8:00 15 Wisdom 10 a.m.ll:30 a.m. Christmas Tournament Wash. Acad. 3:30 6:30 8:00 J-B at UMM 4:30 6:30 8:00 'Machias 4:30 6:30 8:00 (Glad Tidings 6:00 7:30 Eastport 6:00 *Eastport 6:30 8:00 Woodland 6:30 *Jonesport-Beals 4:30 6:30 8:00 *Woodland 6:30 8:00 East Grand 6:00 7:30 " Machias 4:30 6:30 8:00 *Wash. Acad. 6:30 8:00 Woodland 6:30 8:00 Glad Tidings 6:30 8:00