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The 8-2 Lady Blue Devils are sitting in third place in Eastern C action with an 8-2 mark. This past Tuesday Calais traveled to WA where Logan Huckins scoring 19-points kept the Lady Raiders in the game to the buzzer. Calais had a 26-22-advantage midway and played to a 53-48 victory. Maddy McVicar led all scorers with 23-points, Carson Hold put down 11, Kaylee Johnson 10, and Olivia Smith 6 in the win.

Calais12 26 35 53

WA8   22 34 48

With only loses to Ellsworth and Houlton, the Lady Blue Devils hosted Ellsworth on Thursday, whom they had lost to earlier by 27-points, for a big rematch. Over the 32-minutes of regular play this game proved to be a thriller and deadlock as the two top rated teams played to a 54-54 tie. In the OT Maddy McVicar carried her squad to a 67-63 win hitting 9-points including 6-6 from the bonus stripe. The big difference in the game saw Calais capitalize on 21-points from the free throw line, while the guests managed only 10. Maddy made 9-free throws, Kaylee Johnson 6, and Olivia Smith 6 in the win. Maddy paced the Calais attack with a big 32-points, Kaylee hit 14, Olivia 12 and Faith Tirrell 5. Berry led the guests at 26, Card 13, Langley 11, and Mason 9.

Ellsworth9   20 41 54 63

Calais10 20 40 54 67

In Jonesport the Shead Tigerettes jumped ahead early and powered their way to a 42-29 decision. Seeley and Mitchell paced the attack scoring 10-each and Preston added 8 in the win. Kali Alley led all players hitting 19 for the Royalettes.

 The Lady Knights traveled to Woodland on Wednesday and collected a narrow 22-17 edge after 16-minutes of action. Sprague and Cox paced the first half earning 5–each. In the third Woodland managed only 5-points allowing their guests to secure a 38-23 advantage. The final stanza Ellsworth gained only 2, taking a 51-34 win. Kelli Kennedy continued to pace the visitors with 28 and Leighton added 12.

Narraguagus9  22 38 51

Woodland6  17 23 34

On Monday Shead played at Woodland and played even through the opening frames putting the score at 23-22 midway for the Tigerettes. Over the final two stanzas Eastport took advantage of being on the free stripe 33-times helping them to secure the 52-42 win. During the full contest Shead hit 21-points from the bonus line, making the difference in the outcome of the contest. Jennie paced her club with 17, Brown hit 7 and Fitch for the Lady Dragons. Ciera Seeley scored 20 for the Tigerettes, Kirshman 13, with 6-each by Ketelyn Mitchell and Ieisha Mitchell.

Shead13 22 38 52

Woodland15 23 34 42