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Shelburne Rebels win Classic, SMBA takes silver


Shelburne Junior Rebels cruised past all competitors Saturday on their way to win the Stingrays Classic junior boys’ basketball tournament.

The Rebels defeated host St. Mary’s Bay Academy Stingrays 83-55 in the championship final.

Middleton Monarchs won bronze, Bridgetown Trojans finished fourth, Digby Mariners claimed fifth and Barrington Barons finished in sixth place in the two day tournament held at SMBA on Dec. 12 and 13.

In Pool A, SMBA defeated Middleton 70-49 in the first game of the tournament Friday.

Jack Sabine had a game high 27 points while Sebastian Mullen scored 22 points for the Stingrays.

In Pool B, Bridgetown were 70-44 winners over Barrington in the second game of the tournament.

Middleton downed Digby 66-28 and SMBA slipped by Digby 55-41 in the final game Friday.

Jack Sabine scored 13 points for the Stingrays, while Alex Prime chipped in 10 for the win.

Saturday morning, Shelburne defeated Bridgetown 73-56 and Barrington 69-35 to finish off round robin play in Pool B.

The closest game of the tournament came in the battle for fifth place, with Digby edging Barrington 47-46 in the first crossover match.

SMBA advanced to the championship final with a 75-34 win over Bridgetown in the second crossover match. 

Jack Sabine had a game high 28 points while Sebastian Mullen scored 12 points for the win. The team combined for seven three-pointers.

Shelburne defeated Middleton 84-46 in the final crossover game to advance to the championship final.

In the championship game, Shelburne cruised by SMBA 83-55, with the Rebels building a 49-27 lead at the half.

Sebastian Mullen scored 19 points, Tylor Smith had 15, Jack Sabine added eight and Graham Cromwell finished with six points.

Daniel Slack scored a game high 26 points while Oliver Harding finished with 21 for the Rebels.

“Shelburne proved to be the powerhouse in this tournament with their strong disciplined press,” said Campbell. “But it was good experience for the teams to go up against such a tough squad.”

Stingray coach Brian Campbell felt the tournament was a great success and was pleased by the high level of sportsmanship displayed by all teams.

The Rebels defeated host St. Mary’s Bay Academy Stingrays 83-55 in the championship final.

Middleton Monarchs won bronze, Bridgetown Trojans finished fourth, Digby Mariners claimed fifth and Barrington Barons finished in sixth place in the two day tournament held at SMBA on Dec. 12 and 13.

In Pool A, SMBA defeated Middleton 70-49 in the first game of the tournament Friday.

Jack Sabine had a game high 27 points while Sebastian Mullen scored 22 points for the Stingrays.

In Pool B, Bridgetown were 70-44 winners over Barrington in the second game of the tournament.

Middleton downed Digby 66-28 and SMBA slipped by Digby 55-41 in the final game Friday.

Jack Sabine scored 13 points for the Stingrays, while Alex Prime chipped in 10 for the win.

Saturday morning, Shelburne defeated Bridgetown 73-56 and Barrington 69-35 to finish off round robin play in Pool B.

The closest game of the tournament came in the battle for fifth place, with Digby edging Barrington 47-46 in the first crossover match.

SMBA advanced to the championship final with a 75-34 win over Bridgetown in the second crossover match. 

Jack Sabine had a game high 28 points while Sebastian Mullen scored 12 points for the win. The team combined for seven three-pointers.

Shelburne defeated Middleton 84-46 in the final crossover game to advance to the championship final.

In the championship game, Shelburne cruised by SMBA 83-55, with the Rebels building a 49-27 lead at the half.

Sebastian Mullen scored 19 points, Tylor Smith had 15, Jack Sabine added eight and Graham Cromwell finished with six points.

Daniel Slack scored a game high 26 points while Oliver Harding finished with 21 for the Rebels.

“Shelburne proved to be the powerhouse in this tournament with their strong disciplined press,” said Campbell. “But it was good experience for the teams to go up against such a tough squad.”

Stingray coach Brian Campbell felt the tournament was a great success and was pleased by the high level of sportsmanship displayed by all teams.

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