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GNG J.V. Lady Patriots finish the season undefeated

The J.V. Lady Patriots finish the season strong with a win 45-16 against the Falcons of Freeport. The Patriots came out hard and at the half were ahead 19-8. They outscored the falcons 26 to 8 in the second half to finish the season with a win at home.

Samantha Fortin led the patriots in scoring with a game high 24 points, followed by Sarah Fecteau & Gabriella Sernyk who both had 8 points, Chelsea Davis with 3, & Abigail Michaud with 2 points. Madysen West, Michaud, and Davis were instrumental in getting the ball down the court for the Patriots and making plays to get the ball to the post players. West had 6 assists followed by Michaud and Davis who both had 4.

Freeport Sophomore Hannah Spaulding led the Falcons with 11 points, three of which came from outside the arc.

 

SCORING                                                                                                  
Player 2-FG 3-FG FT Ast Pts
West, Madysen 0 0 0 6 0
Michaud, Abigail 1 0 0 4 2
Davis, Chelsea 1 0 1 4 3
Fecteau, Sarah 4 0 0 2 8
Sernyk, Gabrielle 4 0 0 1 8
Fortin, Samantha 12 0 0 1 24
Totals: 22 0 1   45

The J.V. Lady Patriots won at Poland 44–21

2-2-18 Poland High School:
Sarah Fecteau led the Patriots in scoring with 14 points, followed by Samantha Fortin with 12, Gabriella Chelsea Davis with 8 – 2 from outside the arc. Madysen West had 8, and Gabriella Sernyk added 2 points. Abbey Michaud had 2 assists and was a key player in getting the ball down the court.

PLAYER 2PT 3PT FT AST REB PTS
Michaud, Abbey      #4   2
Davis, Chelsea        #15   2  2   1     8
Fecteau, Sarah       #23   5  4   1 14
Sernyk, Gabriella   #24  2   1 2
Fortin, Samantha   #25   6   2 12
West, Madysen   4   2     8
Bradbury, Madison (Inj)
Dwyer, Whitney

(Inj)

TOTALS: 15    6 8  6  3 44

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