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Shelburne Rebels tip off basketball season

The Shelburne Rebels went up against a Bridgewater team during the tournament.
The Shelburne Rebels went up against a Bridgewater team during the tournament.

MIDDLETON -The Shelburne Regional High School Senior Boys basketball team opened their season at the 44th Annual Middleton Marquis Tournament on Nov. 13-14.

In game 1 the Rebels faced the Parkview Panthers. In the first half the teams went back and forth, neither team leading by more than a couple of baskets. In the second half the Panthers came out firing and took a 20-point lead into the 4th quarter. The Rebels fought hard and trailed by 6 points in the final two minutes but ran out of time and lost the game 85-75. Scoring for the Rebels were Drew Jacklin 24 points, Skye Buchanan 14, Daniel Slack 11, Trevor Fehr 10, Tyson Hartley 6, Allan Hallett 6, Ryan Hardy 2, and Cam Trevors 2. Player of the game was Daniel Slack.

On Saturday morning Shelburne played the Central Kings Gators. The Gators came out flying and took an 18-2 lead early in the game. The Rebels re-grouped and made the game close heading into the half. In the second half, turnovers cost the Rebels and they lost the game 85-75. Scoring for the Rebels were Ryan Hardy with 16 points, Drew Jacklin 15, Skye Buchanan 14, Colton Wagner 8, Allan Hallett 4, Cam Trevors and Tyson Hartley with 3, Zac Nickerson and Daniel Slack with 2. Player of the game was Ryan Hardy.

In the final game of the tournament the Rebels were up against the Bridgewater Vikings. The Rebels found their stride and took control of the game from the start. Drew Jacklin had the crowd on their feet with an open court dunk and Ryan Hardy nailed a buzzer beating three pointer heading into half time. The Rebels carried the momentum into the second half and won the game 92-69. Scoring for the Rebels were Drew Jacklin with 30 points, Skye Buchanan 12, Ryan Hardy 10, Trevor Fehr 9, Allan Hallett 8, Duncan O’Connor 6, Cam Trevors 6, Tyson Hartley 5, Zac Nickerson 2, Daniel Slack 2, and Colton Wagner 2. Player of the game was Drew Jacklin.

The Rebels home opener is Nov. 26 at the Phil Callan Memorial Basketball Tournament.

The Rebels face Lockeport at 7:45 pm.

 

 

 

In game 1 the Rebels faced the Parkview Panthers. In the first half the teams went back and forth, neither team leading by more than a couple of baskets. In the second half the Panthers came out firing and took a 20-point lead into the 4th quarter. The Rebels fought hard and trailed by 6 points in the final two minutes but ran out of time and lost the game 85-75. Scoring for the Rebels were Drew Jacklin 24 points, Skye Buchanan 14, Daniel Slack 11, Trevor Fehr 10, Tyson Hartley 6, Allan Hallett 6, Ryan Hardy 2, and Cam Trevors 2. Player of the game was Daniel Slack.

On Saturday morning Shelburne played the Central Kings Gators. The Gators came out flying and took an 18-2 lead early in the game. The Rebels re-grouped and made the game close heading into the half. In the second half, turnovers cost the Rebels and they lost the game 85-75. Scoring for the Rebels were Ryan Hardy with 16 points, Drew Jacklin 15, Skye Buchanan 14, Colton Wagner 8, Allan Hallett 4, Cam Trevors and Tyson Hartley with 3, Zac Nickerson and Daniel Slack with 2. Player of the game was Ryan Hardy.

In the final game of the tournament the Rebels were up against the Bridgewater Vikings. The Rebels found their stride and took control of the game from the start. Drew Jacklin had the crowd on their feet with an open court dunk and Ryan Hardy nailed a buzzer beating three pointer heading into half time. The Rebels carried the momentum into the second half and won the game 92-69. Scoring for the Rebels were Drew Jacklin with 30 points, Skye Buchanan 12, Ryan Hardy 10, Trevor Fehr 9, Allan Hallett 8, Duncan O’Connor 6, Cam Trevors 6, Tyson Hartley 5, Zac Nickerson 2, Daniel Slack 2, and Colton Wagner 2. Player of the game was Drew Jacklin.

The Rebels home opener is Nov. 26 at the Phil Callan Memorial Basketball Tournament.

The Rebels face Lockeport at 7:45 pm.

 

 

 

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