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GNG sports: Winter reviews

NEW GLOUCESTER—With the winter seasons in our collective rear view, but spring still several weeks out, now is an optimal time to reflect on the Patriots’ recent efforts.

Boys Basketball
The Gentlemen Patriots turned in a fantastic season: As their current crop of players has gained experience over the past couple years, they’ve become an ever-greater threat to opponents.

“This current core group as made great strides every year. It’s the most wins for our program since 1991,” said G-NG head coach Ryan Deschenes. “And the first regional semifinal appearance since that year as well. Josiah Rottari made it to the Expo three of his four years; it’s been a very long time since a player from G-NG has been part of [such a run].” Keep reading

The J.V. Lady Patriots won handily at Fryeburg Academy

1-30-18 Fryeburg Academy:  The J.V. Lady Patriots won handily at Fryeburg Academy 40–11.

Sarah Fecteau led the Patriots in scoring with 14 points, followed by Samantha Fortin with 11, Gabriella Sernyk with 8, and Abbey Michaud with 7. Chelsea Davis had 10 assists & 2 rebounds.

PLAYER 2PT 3PT FT AST REB PTS
Michaud, Abbey      #4   3  1   2 7
Davis, Chelsea        #15 10   2
Fecteau, Sarah       #23   7 14
Sernyk, Gabriella   #24   4   1 8
Fortin, Samantha   #25   4 3   2   7 11
Dwyer, Whitney

(Inj)

Bradbury, Madison (Inj)
West, Madysen        (Inj)
TOTALS: 18 4 14 10 40

Gray-New Gloucester J.V. Lady Patriots won 45-28, Varsity lost Gray-New Gloucester J.V. Lady Patriots won 45-28 at home against the J.V. Greely Rangers

Gray-New Gloucester J.V. Lady Patriots won 45-28 at home against the J.V. Greely Rangers.

The Patriots JV team who are depleted due to injuries had some help from Eliza Hotham (So), and Mikaela Ryan (Jr), who moved down to JV to assist with substitutions.
The Patriots never trailed in this outing, keeping the Rangers at bay for the entirety. The Rangers did not give up and brought it within 11 by the end of the third by scoring 12 points. The Patriots scored 23 in the second half keeping their lead until the end.

Samantha Fortin (4 FG 2 FT – 10 pts), Eliza Hotham (2 FG – 1-3Pt. = 7pts), Mikaela Ryan (6 pts), Chelsea Davis (2 – 3pt. FG = 6 pts), Abigail Michaud (3 FG = 6 pts), Sarah Fecteau (3 FG – 6 pts), Gabriella Sernyk (2 FG – 4 pts)

The Rangers were led by # 24 (Not on roster) with 7 FG for a game high 16 pts.

1-26-18; The Varsity Lady Patriots lost at home to the Greely Rangers 66-58

The Patriots fought hard throughout the game and kept it close for the first 3 quarters, however, the accuracy of the Rangers 3 point shooters is spot on and accounted for 30 of their 66 points.

Player 2-FG 3-FG FT Pts
Michaud, Abigail 0 0 2 2
Thayer, Alexa 1 0 3 5
Jordan, Brianna 6 1 1 16
Hotham, Eliza 2 1 1 8
Ryan, Mikaela 1 0 0 2
Grant, Jordan 8 0 6 22
Fortin, Samantha 0 0 0 0
Davis, Chelsea 0 1 0 3
Totals: 18 3 13 58

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1-27-18; The Lady Patriots Varsity team beat the Waynflete Flyers in Gray 65-22. The Patriots took control early and kept it throughout the game. All of the active players for the Patriots scored in this game. The Patriots scoring was led by Jordan Grant with 16 points, and Briana Jordan with 11.

   
Player 2-FG 3-FG FT Pts      
Michaud, Abigail 1 0 1 3
Thayer, Alexa 1 0 3 5
Jordan, Brianna 3 1 2 11
Hotham, Eliza 4 0 0 8
Davis, Chelsea 1 0 0 2
Ryan, Mikaela 3 0 0 6
Fecteau, Sarah 0 0 4 4
Sernyk, Gabriella 2 0 0 4
Fortin, Samantha 3 0 0 6
Grant, Jordan 6 0 4 16
Totals: 24 1 14 65

 

GNG Patriots Girls JV Basketball

1-24-2018 – The Old Orchard Beach J.V. Seagulls fell to the Gray-New Gloucester J.V. Lady Patriots 32-29 in OOB. The Patriots who were without any subs had an 8 point lead going into the half. The Seagulls fought hard in the second half & sunk 2 shots from outside the arc to bring the score to within 3 points. However, the Patriots were able to hold them off in the end for the win.
Samantha Fortin (12 pts – 2 assists), Gabrielle Sernyk (11 points), Chelsea Davis (4 pts – 5 assists), Abbey Michaud (3pts – 2 assists) & Sarah Fecteau (2 pts – 1 assist). Patriots – Whitney Dwyer was forced out early in the game with a leg injury, and Madison Bradbury is out with an injured arm. The Seagulls were led by Audrey Anderson with 8 points & 5 other players contributing to their score.
E.J. Fortin