Southern Aroostook girls win second straight D title

BANGOR, Maine — The Southern Aroostook High School Warriors from Dyer Brook captured their second straight Class D schoolgirl basketball championship with an impressive 55-30 victory over Greenville at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor Saturday afternoon.

Sydney Brewer had 14 points and five rebounds and Makaelyn Porter notched 13 points to lead the 20-2 Warriors. Kassidy Mathers had seven points and Kacy Daggett added six to go with five rebounds.

Southern Aroostook’s Kacy Daggett is fouled by Greenville’s Halle Pelletier in the second half of the girls class D championship game at the Cross Insurance Center on Saturday. Southern Aroostook won 55-30.
Linda Coan O’Kresik | BDN

Halle Pelletier, Jessica Pomerleau and Tiegan Murray had nine points apiece for 15-7 Greenville.

The Warriors reeled off a 14-0 run in the first quarter to build a 16-5 lead and they took a 29-14 lead into the intermission.

Their pressure defense forced the Lakers into 10 first-half turnovers.

Southern Aroostook also had impressive scoring balance as four of its five starters had at least five points led by Porter’s seven and Brewer’s six.

A Brewer free throw that triggered the 14-0 run was her 1,000th career point.

Brewer had six points in the first half and Mathers had five as did Vining.
Pomerleau and Murray had six apiece for the Lakers.

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