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Drumlin Heights snags SMBA Classic


ST. BERNARD – Drumlin Heights Eagles went 4-0 to capture the Stingray Classic tournament trophy over the weekend, with Yarmouth Vikings claiming second place with a 3-1 record.

St. Mary’s Bay Academy senior boys’ basketball team played host to the second annual tournament with teams from Parkview and Annapolis filling out the five-team roster.

SMBA Stingrays won their first game against Parkview Panthers 75-54 on Friday afternoon.

Shayne Mullen had a game-high 25 points for the Stingrays, while Sebastian Mullen dropped in 16 and Graham Cromwell netted 15.

Cromwell was named Player of the Game for the Stingrays.

The Stingrays dropped a disappointing 67-61 match to the Yarmouth Vikings Friday night. The host team led 39-23 at the half, but failed to keep the momentum.

Player of the game for the Stingrays was Shayne Mullenm who had a game high 27 points in the loss. Ethan Mullen chipped in 14 points.

SMBA fell 80-67 against Drumlin on Saturday morning. The Eagles soared to a 46-27 first half lead but the Stingray 26-13 fourth quarter win wasn’t enough to close the gap.

Shayne Mullen scored 22 points and player of the game Jacob Gaudet finished with 15.

The highest scoring game of the tournament was the Stingrays 86-84 double overtime loss to AWEC.

Sebastian Mullen scored 23 points, Alex Prime netted 15, Jacob Gaudet had 13 and Shayne Mullen finished with 11 in the loss.

Stingray coach Brian Campbell said the team showed true heart as they battled Annapolis.

“The team held their own in the last overtime with all starters fouled out except point guard Graham Cromwell,” Campbell said. “They showed true hustle as they worked really hard to stay in the game.”

Campbell said the team’s last game of the tournament was awesome and proved to the team what he had been telling them all along that they could beat AWEC.

“Annapolis has beaten us by well over 20 points in each of our last two meetings and just got by us by a couple tonight,” he said. “It was a great game to end the tournament and it showed me that my bench had more depth than I thought.” 

Campbell added that the Stingrays played very well all weekend based around a strong performance from Shayne Mullen.

Parkview took fourth place and AWEC finished fifth.

Campbell said all five teams played an excellent weekend of basketball and was pleased with SMBA’s third place finish.

 

St. Mary’s Bay Academy senior boys’ basketball team played host to the second annual tournament with teams from Parkview and Annapolis filling out the five-team roster.

SMBA Stingrays won their first game against Parkview Panthers 75-54 on Friday afternoon.

Shayne Mullen had a game-high 25 points for the Stingrays, while Sebastian Mullen dropped in 16 and Graham Cromwell netted 15.

Cromwell was named Player of the Game for the Stingrays.

The Stingrays dropped a disappointing 67-61 match to the Yarmouth Vikings Friday night. The host team led 39-23 at the half, but failed to keep the momentum.

Player of the game for the Stingrays was Shayne Mullenm who had a game high 27 points in the loss. Ethan Mullen chipped in 14 points.

SMBA fell 80-67 against Drumlin on Saturday morning. The Eagles soared to a 46-27 first half lead but the Stingray 26-13 fourth quarter win wasn’t enough to close the gap.

Shayne Mullen scored 22 points and player of the game Jacob Gaudet finished with 15.

The highest scoring game of the tournament was the Stingrays 86-84 double overtime loss to AWEC.

Sebastian Mullen scored 23 points, Alex Prime netted 15, Jacob Gaudet had 13 and Shayne Mullen finished with 11 in the loss.

Stingray coach Brian Campbell said the team showed true heart as they battled Annapolis.

“The team held their own in the last overtime with all starters fouled out except point guard Graham Cromwell,” Campbell said. “They showed true hustle as they worked really hard to stay in the game.”

Campbell said the team’s last game of the tournament was awesome and proved to the team what he had been telling them all along that they could beat AWEC.

“Annapolis has beaten us by well over 20 points in each of our last two meetings and just got by us by a couple tonight,” he said. “It was a great game to end the tournament and it showed me that my bench had more depth than I thought.” 

Campbell added that the Stingrays played very well all weekend based around a strong performance from Shayne Mullen.

Parkview took fourth place and AWEC finished fifth.

Campbell said all five teams played an excellent weekend of basketball and was pleased with SMBA’s third place finish.

 

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