The Wolverines went toe-to-toe on the basketball court with the Seahawks at Boothbay Region High School Friday night but came up short 48-34.
Kateleen Trask had a big night for Wiscasset Middle High School with a game high 17 points. A dozen came from trifectas. She made four of 10 attempts from behind the 3-point arc. Bri Olson-Orr netted eight points and Kailee Colby had a three-pointer.
Chloe Arsenault finished with 11 points and Maddy Faulkingham had seven for BRHS. The Seahawks led their Mountain Valley Conference rivals 15-5 after the first period, by nine points at the half, 28-17, and 40-25 headed into the final quarter.
According to stats kept by WMHS Assistant Coach Bob Applebee, Kylie Peoples had another good game under the backboards finishing with a team high eight rebounds. Natalie Potter had five. Trask had six steals, Waltz four. The Wolverines made about 25 percent of their shots from the floor.
At Jay on Jan. 8, Spruce Mountain High School won handily, 72-19. Vaycee Cole scored 19 points, Marryah Fournier, 12 and Auriana Armandi nine for the Phoenix.
Trask led the Wolverines’ offense with six points. Waltz had four and Olsen-Orr hit a three-pointer. Under the backboards, Peoples grabbed seven rebounds, Madison Carrier five and Latisha Wright four.
WMHS, at 0-10, has eight games left. It hosts class B Oak Hill, 7-3, on Tuesday, Jan. 14, and travels to Bethel to play Telstar Thursday, Jan. 16. Like the Wolverines, the Rebels are still looking for their first MVC win this season.