Varsity Eagles oust Washburn

16 years ago
    LIMESTONE, Maine – The Washburn boys came from behind to tie with Limestone at the half, 22-22, last Thursday on their home court, but the Eagles went on to win 55-36.      Eagle Matt Enman had a dead-aim outside with four three-pointers added up for a game high 29 points.
Fellow Eagle Matt Beaulieu pitched in another 10 points for Limestone.
Washburn’s Frank also had four three-pointers to the team-high 14 points on the Beaver side.
Limestone struggles in weekend games
The Eagles suffered double-defeat in Saturday’s games, one on the road and one at home, to end a rough week of basketball.
The Limestone girls traveled to Dyer Brook to face Southern Aroostook.
The orange and black lost a halftime lead to finish 45-32 in a close game. Kellie Peers put in three three-pointers for Limestone toward a 13-point total. Senior Melanie Allen had the team-high 14 points.
Both Eagles Enman and Josh Forsman proved accurate from the outside with triple three-point success.
However, the long-shooting skills couldn’t overturn the Crusaders who finished 72-52 over the Eagles.
Enman ended four quarters with 21 points, and Forsman had 11 points for Limestone.
Tigers take on Limestone
The Tigers outshot the Eagles in last Friday’s Class D girls’ scrimmage at Limestone.
Fort Fairfield’s Whitney Clark pulled out all the stops for FFHS to put up two three-pointers toward a 20-point total.
Eagles Peers, Stacy Bernier and Allen all had a hand in the Limestone effort. Peers cranked up a three-pointer to a 14 point team-high. Allen and Bernier both added 10 points for Limestone.
The Fort Fairfield led by only one at the buzzer of the first quarter, 15-14, last Thursday night at FFHS against the Madawaska Owls.
However, the Tiger squad soon expanded the lead and took the victory, 67-38.
Austin Dufour scored 14 points in the Fort Fairfield column, and Travis Noyes put in another 10 points.
The Fort Fairfield girls struggled from behind as Hodgdon took a first-quarter lead and went on to victory, 48-44, at Fort Fairfield last Wednesday.
Tiger Whitney Clark put up the team-high 15 points, and Brooke Beaulieu added another 10 points against the Hawks.