GSA boys’ basketball overcomes flu to top Ellsworth

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first_img Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Latest Posts Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Biocenter_img Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] ELLSWORTH — Taylor Schildroth could barely stand.It was late in the second half of the George Stevens Academy boys’ basketball team’s game against Ellsworth, and the junior guard had his hands on his knees as he headed to the free-throw line. Schildroth, one of the best players in the area when healthy, was sick with the flu.With his team ahead by three, Schildroth made the first free throw but missed the second. Yet as the ball came off the front of the rim, he took a leap toward the basket and got a hand on it. The ball went right to teammate Jarrod Chase, who scored a layup to put a stop to an Ellsworth run that had given the home team momentum.“I’ve never been this tired before,” Schildroth said. “This was a bad week for us all to get sick, but we didn’t want to let that stop us tonight.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textDespite Schildroth and three of the team’s other players battling the flu, GSA beat Ellsworth 74-67 on Friday. The win gave GSA revenge for last season, in which Ellsworth handed the visitors their only loss on the same floor.The start of the game didn’t look nearly as promising for GSA, which found itself down 19-14 at the end of the first quarter. From there, though, GSA went on a 20-0 run and didn’t allow Ellsworth to score for nearly seven minutes of game time. The visitors went to the locker room with a 39-28 lead.“[The 20-0 run] was so key for us,” GSA head coach Dwayne Carter said. “Our team just seemed to get it going on both offense and defense during that second quarter, and the cushion we got from that helped us later when sickness started to take a toll on some of our players.”A solid third quarter on both ends of the floor from Ellsworth’s Bryce Harmon, Zach Harris and Dylan Taplin cut GSA’s lead to six points, and Ellsworth continued to hit its stride in the fourth. The Eagles got clutch 3-pointers from Bryce Harmon, Jackson Curtis and Troy Folmer to cut the GSA lead to three with just over three minutes to go.After Ellsworth fouled on the ensuing play, Schildroth’s tap-out to Chase after the missed free throw allowed the GSA bench to breath easier. Ellsworth had been fouling Schildroth all quarter, and he knew what to expect.“That was what they were doing — sending me to the line,” Schildroth said. “With how exhausted I was [from the flu], having to take those extra shots so late in the game just added to it more. I missed a bunch of them, but I made just enough in the end.”Ellsworth head coach Peter Austin said the Eagles weren’t trying to foul, but there were times when doing so seemed to be working — Schildroth made just 8 of 16 free throws in the game’s final quarter, and Ellsworth frequently scored on the possessions that followed to chip away at the lead.Although Ellsworth’s efforts forced it to sweat late in the game, GSA was still able to produce enough offense elsewhere to secure the win. Ellsworth outscored GSA 30-3 overall from 3-point range, but Carter’s team’s dominance around the basket late in the game proved to be too much for the home team to handle.“With Percy [Zentz] and Max [Mattson], we have a good combo of size and athleticism,” Carter said. “There were a lot of open looks and opportunities around the basket, and we took advantage of them.”Schildroth scored 25 for GSA, and Chase, Mattson and Percy Zentz combined for 40. Stefan Simmons scored the remaining nine for GSA, and Mattson also added six rebounds and three blocks in what was a dominant effort on the boards for his team.For Ellsworth, Harmon led in both points and assists with 29 and eight, respectively. Harris had 16 points, Taplin, Folmer and Jared Hamilton each had six, and Curtis finished with four.“We played well at times, but we could never get over the hump and take the lead,” Austin said. “[We had] too many fouls, and that second quarter was just an absolute killer for us.”Ellsworth’s next game will be at home against the Mattanawcook Academy Lynx (0-3) at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19. GSA plays at home against the Bucksport Golden Bucks (1-2) at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20. Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020last_img

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