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25 December, 2015 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 35 Shead Tigerettes up by Cierra Seeley The Shead Tigerettes now have a 4-2 record, losing only to the Machias Bull- dogs and the Narraguagus Knights. At Woodland on December 10 the Tigerettes came out strong to earn a win against the Dragons. Holly Preston led the Tigerettes with 19 points. Sadie Smith contributed MAKING a lay-up to score against Mach- ias on December 7 is Madison Greenlaw of Shead. (Don Dunbar photo) their record to 4-2 seven points for the Dragons. On December 12 the Tigerettes had a strong win over Deer Isle-Stonington. The Tigerettes faced a tough loss to the Narraguagus Knights by a score of 60-27 on December 14. Kelli Kennedy had the game-high 27 points to pace the Knights over the Tigerettes. Cassidy Osgood fol- lowed Kennedy with 11 points for the Knights. Preston and Hannah Lank each had eight points, and Cierra Seeley had seven points for the Tigerettes. At Jonesport-Beals on December 16, Preston led the Tigerettes over the Royals with 15 points. Cassidy Wilder added 13 points to help propel Tigerettes over the Royals. Reanna Smith led the Royals with 8 points. At the University of Maine-Augusta in Bangor on December 19, the Tigerettes de- feated Highview Christian 45-27. Preston had a game-high 19 points, with Seeley add- ing 13 points for the Tigerettes. Cassidy Lessened led the Knights with 12 points. On December 29 the DAC tournament will be held at Shead, starting at 8 a.m. On Wednesday, January 6, the Tigerettes will host Jonesport-Beals; games will begin at 5 and 6:30 p.m. On Monday, January 11, the Tigerettes will host Woodland; games will start at 5 and 6 p.m. CASSIDY WILDER of Shead takes a shot and scores during a December 7 game against Machias in Eastport. (Don Dunbar photo) Viking basketball teams take on Breakers by Abigail Ross the Vikings began to pull ahead, taking a The Campobello Viking basketball 22-point lead over the Breakers by the teams came to Grand Manan to play De- end of the first period. In the third period cember 19. For the girls' game, the score Caleb Kinghorne of the Grand Manan was close through the entire game, and Breakers went down and had to be carded there were only two time-outs taken. The off of the court, but he was able to return final score for the first period was 17-13, to the game. The game continued on with with Grand Manan in the lead. The Break- the score at the end of the third period ers scored the first points of the second being 79-44, with Campobello in the lead. period, and Grand Manan began to pull Drake Greene made a 3-point shot a away. The final score was 64-40 in favor minute before the buzzer signalled the end of the Grand Manan Breakers. of the game. The final score was 90-59 in The boys' game started out close, but favor of the Vikings. DRIVING through to score against Narraguagus on December 16 is Ryan Eylar of Shead. (Don Dunbar photos) Shead Tigers face tough start to season by Cierra Seeley The Shead Tigers faced a tough loss at Deer Isle-Stonington on December 12 by a score of 45-44. Ryan Eylar paced Shead with 15 points. Krisford Melanio of Deer Isle-Stonington had a game-high 21 points to lead the Mariners over the Tigers. The Tigers suffered another tough loss against the Narraguagus Knights on De- cember 15. Eylar led Shead with 12 points, while Brettin Dinsmore of Narra- guagus had a game-high 21 points to pro- pel the Knights over the Tigers 52-34. At the University of Maine-Augusta in Bangor on December 19, the Tigers had a balanced scoring effort to power them over the Highview Christian Knights. Ethan Lank had 19 points to lead the Ti- gers. Darren Turner and Riley Demolet each chipped in 15 points, and Matt Har- ris and Phillip Farrell netted 10 points each. The Knights were led by Zach Clark with l0 points. The Tigers" record is now 1-3. On Monday, December 28, the Tigers will host Jonesport-Beals; games will be at 5 and 6:30 p.m. On Tuesday, December 29, the Downeast Athletic Conference tournament for the Tigers will be held in Woodland and will be starting at 8 a.m. On Tuesday, January 5, the Tigers will be traveling to Jonesport-Beals; games will start at 5 and 6:30 p.m. On Tuesday, Janu- ary 12, Shead will host Woodland; games will start at 5 and 6:30 p.m. RILEY DEMOLET of Shead takes a shot from inside to score a basket against Nar- raguagus on December 16 in Eastport. HeaithWays Angela Dube:, CAC is available to ielp with Open Enrollment on the Hedth Insurance Marketplace November 1-Jmuary 31. For 1/1/16 coveage, you must apply by 12/15/15. Consultations are FRI of charge. AD Pottle Trucking P.O. 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