BLUE HILL — Three Trojans scored in double figures as the Mount Desert Island girls romped to a 49-22 win over the George Stevens Academy Eagles on Thursday.
It was the fourth consecutive win without a loss for the Trojans and they made it look easy.
The host Eagles enjoyed one lead, scoring the first point of the game on a foul shot by Stevie Theoharidis.
But the Eagles managed just seven more through the first two periods as the Trojans raced to a 30-8 lead, with senior Mackenzie Curtis scoring eight of her 10 points in the first half.
For the Eagles, the lid was on the basket as shots, whether from the perimeter or around the basket, were consistently off the mark.
MDI’s offensive output slowed considerably in the second half, but the Trojans still outscored the Eagles 19-14 over the final two periods and gave coach Brent Barker ample opportunity to go to his bench.
In addition to the 10 points by Curtis, senior Sara Carroll had a game-high 14 points and junior Megan Phelps contributed 12 for the Trojans.
Senior India Frazier led the sputtering GSA offense with eight points as the Eagles saw their record slip to 3-2 with the loss.