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12/22/2010 2:00:00 PM
Eagles Pick Up First Two Wins Of The Season
Stephen Quinlan prepares to pass baseline for the Eagles.
Stephen Quinlan prepares to pass baseline for the Eagles.
By Paula Roberts

Lincoln Academy boys' basketball team picked up a pair of wins this week to improve their record to 2-2. The Eagles defeated Oak Hill 64-32 in front of their home town crowd in Newcastle Friday night to notch their first win of the season. Lincoln then picked up a win on the road at Rockland Tuesday night, 55-39.
Lincoln 55 - Rockland 39
The Eagles and Tigers battled in first quarter action, with Rockland gaining the upper hand 12-10 at the break. The Eagles went on a 15-2 run in the second to take a 32-22 lead at the half. Everett Martin opened the second half pumped up and scored 11 points in the Eagles 12-0 run at the start of the third quarter. Martin went inside for six hoops, including scoring six points off the offensive glass in the rally. The run put Lincoln up by 22 points and put the game out of reach for Rockland.

Scoring for the Eagles were Marin with a career high 22 points (9R,1B,2A,1S), Stephen Quinlan 12 (4A,1S), Jalen Lincoln 6 (6R,2S), Kyle Scherer 4 (6R,2S,2A), Brandon Reilly 4 (4R,2S,2A,1B), Nic Phinney 4 and Ryley Leavitt 3 (7R,1B). Scoring for Rockland were Sam Meklin 10, Ryan Ecker 9, Isaiah Stone-Patterson 6, Dave Harrison 5, Derek Miller 2, Ben Staples 2, Donald Prescott 2, Shea Davenport 2 and Bronson Philbrick 1.
Lincoln 64 - Oak Hill 32
Lincoln Academy boys' basketball team picked up their first win of the season Friday night at home against Oak Hill, 64-32. The Raiders took a 4-0 lead, before the Eagles exploded offensively to take a 20-8 lead at the quarter break.

Lincoln out scored Oak Hill 20-6 in the second frame to put the game away by halftime, 40-14. Brandon Reilly led the first-half charge scoring 14 of his 16 points. Reilly, Stephen Quinland and Jalen Lincoln hit three straight three-pointers in the second period. Lincoln held a 30-23 advantage on the boards.

Scoring for the Eagles were Reilly 16 (5R,5S,2B,2A), Everett Martin 12 (5R, 1B), Dylan Leavitt 8 (6R), Quinlan 7 (3A), Lincoln 6 (3R,4A,4S), Ryley Leavitt 6 (5R,3A,1B,2S), Nic Phinney 5, Kyle Scherer 2 and Cam Dodge 2.

Scoring for Oak Hill were Cameron Morin 7 (7S,4R), Sam Morin 6, Parker Asselin 4, Trevor Samson 4 (4S,2R), Eric Lapointe 3, Luke Washburn 2, Jamiel Kidd 2 and Cody Provost 1 (5R).

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