|St John's-bound Amir Garrett was impressive for Bridgton|
#NPS: Bridgton - Lee - MCI- Bridgton Academy split a pair last weekend at the NERR #NPS, pulling out a close one in their first game before dropping their second. On Friday afternoon, Bridgton squared off against St John's Military Academy (WI) and came back in the final few minutes to pull out a 74-71 victory. Leading the way for Bridgton was St John's-bound Amir Garrett, who finished with 17 points and 9 boards....In Game 2 on Saturday, the Bridg dropped a tight one, falling 90-86 to a powerful Hargrave Military Academy (VA) ball-club, with the first-five of Jarryn Skeete, Amir Garrett, Darrick Wood, Malik Nichols, and Markus Crider accounting for 81 of 86 Bridgton points. Garrett again led the way with 20 points and he also grabbed 6 boards, while Markus Crider threw in 18 on 7-10 shooting. Meanwhile, Wood and Nichols each had 17 while Skeete had 9 from the point....Another club who went 1-1 was Maine Central Institute, who defeated La Jolla Prep 106-86 on Saturday before falling to Northfield Mount Hermon on Sunday. Leading the way for MCI in their win was Xavier-bound power forward James Farr, who went for 23 points and had 7 rebounds, while Joey Boyle chipped with 17, Sean James and Jared Brandon had 16, Tristan Thomas had 15, and Jean Pierre-Charles had 12...The NEPSAC AAA defending champs will be the cause of many headaches once again this winter in the New England Wood....The third Maine ball-club which split their pair was Lee Academy, who won their first game on Friday against Fork Union Military Academy (VA) before falling to La Lumiere Prep (IN) on Saturday. Guards Drew Crudup and Kiefer Douse both looked good for Lee as did swing-man Roddell Wigginton. Another NE Advil Club.