The Greely junior varsity girls' team won the third annual Loyola Classic tournament held Feb. 6 at Cheverus High School. The Rangers were one of eight teams in the field. They went 3-0 in pool play, then downed North Yarmouth Academy, 38-29, in the semifinals, before defeating Westbrook, 31-30, in the championship game. Ellie Weickert had 12 points per game in the tournament. Jaclyn Storey averaged 8.
Front row (left to right): Courtney Nielsen, Kristy Littlefield, Caton Beaulieu, Meghan Bickford, Abby Ferrar.
Back row: Marina Goding, Taylor Lovering, Ellie Weickert, Haylee Munson, Jaclyn Storey, Allie Day, coach Brittany Gregoicus, Caroline Hamilton.
Not pictured: Julia Mitiguy.
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