McCue sparks Broncs; Wilson leads Brewer to win

This story was published on Jan. 14, 2004 on Page C6 in edition 3 of the Bangor Daily News

OLD TOWN – Daniel McCue hit a 3-pointer with two seconds left in regulation to break a tie and lift the Hampden boys basketball team to a 46-43 victory over Old Town Tuesday night in high school action.

McCue, a freshman, finished with nine points. Jordan Cook scored a game-high 22 for the Broncos.

Corey Miller scored 15 points and Matt Petrie added 10 for the Indians.

Hampden (5-4) 46

Cook 8-6-22, McCue 3-0-9, Meehan 3-0-6, Moran 1-0-2, Uhrin, Ross 1-0-3, Silver 1-0-2

Old Town (6-3) 43

Miller 6-0-15, Petrie 4-2-10, Tracewski 2-4-8, Curtis 3-0-7, Thurston 1-0-3, Conary, Bouchard

3-pt. goals: McCue 3, Ross; Miller 3, Curtis, Thurston

Hampden 13 21 28 46

Old Town 10 18 31 43

Brewer 64, Nokomis 45

At Brewer, sophomore Chris Wilson scored a game-high 20 points as the Witches earned the win.

Andy Frost added 15 points, including eight in the first quarter as Brewer jumped out to a 20-8 lead. Isaac Bell chipped in with 12 points for the Witches.

Evan McDaniel and Tyler Norris each scored 11 points for the Warriors of Newport, while Nate Cahill added 10.

Nokomis (2-6) 45

Gee 2-0-5, Bradstreet 3-2-8, Dunlop, McDaniel 4-2-11, Hobart, N. Cahill 5-0-10, Patten, Norris 5-1-11, Wing

Brewer (3-5) 64

Wilson 7-4-20, Bell 4-2-12, Rees, Frost 7-0-15, Francis 2-0-4, Miller 1-3-6, Babin, MacDonald 3-0-7, Young

3-pt. goals: Gee, McDaniel; Wilson 2, Bell 2, Frost, Miller, MacDonald

Nokomis 8 23 36 45

Brewer 20 39 53 64

JV: Nokomis 62-59

Hermon 72, Ellsworth 63

At Hermon, Jesse Keith netted 31 points for the Hawks as they knocked off the previously undefeated Eagles.

Keith scored 10 points in the second quarter and 11 more in the third, a span during which Hermon outscored Ellsworth 37-20, thus breaking open a six-point game.

Hermon’s Adam Duplisea added 11 points and 10 rebounds. Jason Shorey tossed in 15 points while Adam Gould had six assists.

Adam Tracy led Ellsworth with 17 points. Corey DeWitt netted 15 while brother Joey added 13.

Ellsworth (10-1) 63

C. DeWitt 5-2-15, J. DeWitt 4-3-13, Tracy 7-2-17, Katsiaficas 3-2-8, Jones 3-0-7, Britt 0-1-1, Connors 1-0-2, Berry, Ryan, Jordan

Hermon (10-1) 72

Keith 11-7-31, Duplisea 5-0-11, Shorey 5-4-15, Adams 2-4-8, Gould 1-5-7, Tarr, McGown, Deabay, Danforth, Harding

3-pt. goals: C. DeWitt 3, J. DeWitt 2, Tracy, Jones; Keith 2, Duplisea, Shorey

Ellsworth 9 18 39 63

Hermon 15 28 52 72

JV: Hermon 66-59

Erskine 70, MCI 51

At Pittsfield, Josh Jones poured in 22 points to lead the Eagles of South China.

Darrell Haskell tallied 15 for Erskine while Matt Donar added 12.

Phil Hendricks sparked the Huskies with 19 and Mike Adams notched 13.

Erskine (10-2) 70

D. Haskell 7-0-15, Jones 9-4-22, Donar 4-2-12, Peterson 0-1-1, Dow 0-2-2, Childs 2-0-5, Fleming, Baghdogan, Heath, Dennison 1-2-4, Liebowitz 3-1-7, K. Haskell 1-0-2, Kendall

MCI (2-10) 51

Adams 2-9-13, Hendricks 7-3-19, Trombley, Bennett 2-0-4, Hayama, M. Quint, Huff, Godfrey 4-0-8, V. Quint, Shibuya 1-1-3, Souliere 1-0-2, Curtis 1-0-2, Judkins

3-pt. goals: Hendricks 2; Donar 2, D. Haskell, Childs

Erskine 21 38 55 70

MCI 13 24 34 51

Greenville 73, Averill 34

At Greenville, Anthony Lavigne notched 17 points to pace the Lakers past the Beavers of Hinckley.

Jordon Belmont added 15 and Ryan Edmondson had 12 more for Greenville.

Ryan Lamontage scored 10 points for Averill.

Averill 34

Lamontagne 4-2-10, Graves, Fogg 2-1-7, Deleon, Manchester, Arnold 2-0-4, Stowe 1-0-2, Cushing 1-0-2, Staples 1-0-2, Small 1-0-2, Barrett 2-1-5, Hodge

Greenville 73

Lavigne 7-3-17, Belmont 6-3-15, Edmondson 3-5-12, K. Belmont 3-0-6, Farrington 3-3-9, Lizotte 3-2-8, Graves 2-0-4, Aucoin 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Fogg 2; Edmondson

Averill 7 14 20 34

Greenville 15 37 60 73

Belfast 56, Rockland 51

At Rockland, Alden Gregory notched 20 points for the Lions.

Nick Arthers added 16 more for Belfast.

Greg Crupi shot in 19 and Mike Worster 11 for the Tigers. Nate Grade added 10 more.

Belfast 56

Whalen, Lovely 1-0-2, Arthers 7-0-16, Ratten 0-1-1, Boynton 1-0-3, Martens 2-1-7, Wakemen, Cunnin 3-1-7, Gregory 8-4-20

Rockland 51

Baudanza-Sturks 3-0-7, Cousins, Levenseler 1-0-2, Worster 5-0-11, Moholland, Crupi 7-1-19, Coppola, Feener, Hynes 1-0-2, Grade 5-0-10

3-pt. goals: Arthers 2, Boynton, Martens 2; Baudanze-Sturks, Worster, Crupi 4

Belfast 12 30 41 56

Rockland 13 22 32 51

Camden Hills 88, Oak Hill 41

At Rockport, the Windjammers bolted out to a 21-2 lead after one quarter and were never challenged.

Tim Stammen led Camden Hills with 15 points. David Pike, Tom Dennen and Will Horn had nine apiece.

Adam Labbe notched 14 for the Raiders of Sabattus.

Oak Hill (0-12) 41

Labbe 5-4-14, Guerrette 1-0-2, Eaton 0-1-1, Bisson 1-0-2, Daniele, Camardere 1-0-2, Levesque 0-1-1, Crook 3-3-9, Leavitt, Allard, Hinkley 0-2-2, Tracy 1-2-4, LaBrie 2-0-4, Duechette

Camden Hills (10-2) 88

Stammen 5-3-15, Pike 3-0-9, Dennen 4-1-9, Horn 3-3-9, Davis 3-2-8, Stearns 1-2-4, Moro, Beveridge 1-0-2, Draper 1-3-6, Fitzgerald 3-0-7, Kerr 1-0-3, Scamfer 1-1-4, Calabi 2-0-4, Tedford 2-0-5, Puls 0-3-3

3-pt. goals: Pike 3, Stammen 2, Fitzgerald, Kerr, Scamfer, Tedford

Oak Hill 2 19 27 41

Camden Hills 21 52 67 88

JV: Camden Hills 51-29

Mountain Val. 64, Geo. Valley 57

At Rumford, Matt McCann and Isaac Stickney each had a double-double as the Falcons tipped the Buccaneers.

McCann finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Stickney tallied 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Brett Hutchinson led Georges Valley of Thomaston with 21 points. David Wilgus added 15.

Georges Valley (9-2) 57

Hutchinson 10-1-21, Wilgus 6-3-15, Holbrook 3-0-7, Miller, Staples 1-2-4, Judkins 2-2-8, Thorb-Johnson, Chamberlain 1-0-2

Mountain Valley (11-0) 64

McCann 7-0-14, Stickney 5-3-13, Shorey 2-0-4, Glaus 1-0-2, Stairs, Paoner 1-4-6, Z. Feregola 3-1-8, Childs 1-2-4, T. Feregola 1-3-5, Oldham 4-0-8

3-pt. goals: Judkins 2, Holbrook; Z. Feregola

Georges Valley 15 27 43 57

Mountain Valley 16 32 53 64

JV: Mountain Valley 56-55

Hockey

Stearns 10, Old Town 0

At Houlton’s Millar Arena, Josh Harmon, Devin Pelkey and Ryan Boucher each knocked in two goals to carry the Minutemen of Millinocket to their first win of the season.

Tyler Pelkey, Derek McGillicuddy, George Surrette and Matt Houston added a goal each for 1-6 Stearns. Jake Kim had 26 saves on 28 shots.

Nate Cote and Michael Miller had a goal each for the 0-10 Indians. J.P. Stowe made 33 saves against 43 shots.

Girls basketball

Bangor 37, John Bapst 27

At the Bangor Auditorium, the Rams held the Crusaders to three points in the fourth quarter and picked up their sixth straight win.

Caroline Weymouth led Bangor with 10 points. Amanda Webb followed with nine points on three second-quarter 3-pointers.

Katie Andrle paced John Bapst with 14 points.

Bangor (8-1) 37

Angst 1-0-3, Porter 2-0-5, Clarke 1-2-4, Weymouth 4-1-10, Webb 3-0-9, Dubois 1-4-6, Curtis, McAllian, White

John Bapst (2-7) 27

Andrle 6-2-14, S. Miller 1-0-3, Baldus 2-1-5, Wickstrom 1-0-3, Hunter 1-0-2, Freeman, D. Miller, McGuan

3-pt. goals: Webb 3, Angst, Porter, Weymouth; Home

Bangor 7 21 25 37

John Bapst 4 12 24 27

Sumner 56, Bangor Christian 27

At Husson College’s Newman Gym in Bangor, Jody Pinkham scored 12 of her game-high 16 points in the first half to pace the Tigers of East Sullivan.

Katrina Beal added eight points for Sumner.

Emily Jenkins led the Patriots with 10 points, and Jen Hutchins posted eight.

Sumner (6-4) 56

Beal 1-6-8, Tucker 1-0-2, Rock 1-2-4, Alley 0-2-2, Klausmeyer 2-3-7, Page 2-2-7, Robinson 1-0-2, 1-0-2, Bridges 1-0-2, Bragdon 1-1-3, Pinkham 8-0-16

Bangor Christian (0-10) 27

Leather, M. French 1-0-2, Hutchins 4-0-8, Wheaton, Spaulding 1-0-2, Jenkins 4-2-10, K. French 1-1-3, Holmes 1-0-2, Moores

3-pt. goals: Page

Sumner 16 27 40 56

Bangor Christian 9 15 23 27

Bucksport 41, Orono 36

At Bucksport, Brianna Kone tallied nine points for the victorious Golden Bucks.

Alice Andrews and Jill Richards chipped in with eight apiece for the winners.

Marie Lint led the Red Riots with 14.

Orono (3-7) 36

Lint 7-0-14, Saucier 3-2-9, Glencross, Young 1-0-2, Alford 2-1-5, Wagner, Artesani, Sypher 2-2-6

Bucksport (3-8) 41

Kone 4-0-9, Andrews 3-0-8, Richards 2-4-8, Muraucks 1-2-4, Allen, Fitzpatrick 0-3-3, Gordon 2-0-4, Gomm 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Saucier; Andrews 2, Kone

Orono 14 19 25 36

Bucksport 9 23 34 41

JV: Bucksport 50-45

MCI 49, Erskine 45

At South China, the Huskies of Pittsfield made nine of their 11 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter to help seal the win.

Macky Sullivan paced Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield with 17 points. Megan Ferland had 13 rebounds. Victoria Huff had eight rebounds and six assists. Ashley Currier grabbed nine rebounds and Kasey Dodge had four steals.

Morgan Malley tossed in 12 points and had 10 rebounds for the Eagles, while Ashley Shanholtzer had 12 points and four steals.

Maine Central Institute (5-5) 49

M. Dodge, Holt, Currier 3-2-8, K. Dodge 3-0-8, Sullivan 5-6-17, Lemari, Ferland 2-4-8, V. Huff 4-0-8, Ky. Huff

Erskine (3-7) 45

Philbrook, Dow 2-3-7, St. Amand 1-0-2, Gleaton 3-1-7, Hall, Malley 5-2-12, McKenney 1-0-2, Proctor 1-1-3, Shanholtzer 4-3-12

3-pt. goals: K. Dodge 2, Sullivan; Shanholtzer

MCI 8 21 36 49

Erskine 15 24 34 45

JV: Erskine 72-17

Maranacook 45, Winslow 31

At Readfield, Toby Martin poured in 22 points, 10 of which came from the free throw line, to lead the Black Bears to their 10th win against just one loss.

Shannon Bean chipped in with 11 for Maranacook.

Sarah Roderigue’s nine points led the Black Raiders.

Winslow (9-3) 31

Roderigue 3-2-9, Bossie 3-1-7, Boutin 1-0-2, Carter 1-0-2, LaPointe 1-0-2, Morin 1-2-4, Byrne 2-0-5

Maranacook (10-1) 45

Martin 5-10-22, Bean 4-0-11, Violette 2-0-4, Denbow 1-0-2, Bardaglio 1-0-2, Nason 1-2-4, Poulin 1-2-4, Poulin, Marzik

3-pt. goals: Byrne, Roderigue; Bean 3, Martin 2

Winslow 8 16 26 31

Maranacook 18 25 33 45

Piscataquis 57, Foxcroft 41

At Guilford, Charley Bradford went 10-for-11 from the free-throw line en route to 18 points in a win for the Pirates.

Heather Woodbury chipped in with 17 points and eight rebounds for Piscataquis, which rallied from an early deficit. Bradford had nine rebounds.

Ashley Hall paced the Ponies with 14 points and Coral Goggin scored 10.

Foxcroft (0-10) 41

Weymouth 1-0-2, Shepard, S. Hall 0-3-3, Brown 1-0-2, A. Hall 6-0-14, Curry 2-0-4, Marden 2-0-4, Goggin 4-1-10

Piscataquis (2-8) 57

Crouse 0-1-1, Woodbury 5-6-17, Levesque 1-1-3, Bailey 3-1-7, Shufelt 1-2-4, C. Martell 3-0-7, K. Martell, Littlefield, Knight, McKusick, Bradford 4-10-18

3-pt. goals: A. Hall 2, Goggin; Woodbury, C. Martell

Foxcroft 11 18 27 41

Piscataquis 10 20 33 57

JV: Piscataquis 29-27

Greenville 52, Averill 22

At Greenville, Susan Muzzy tossed in 11 points as the Lakers picked up their ninth win.

Greenville’s Beth Bartley and Elizabeth Farrington each added eight points in a well-rounded scoring effort.

Danielle Gowan scored 14 for the Beavers of Hinckley.

Averill (0-11) 22

Holt, Timp 1-0-2, Seavey 3-0-6, Gowen 5-4-14, Oliver, Mailey, Moyderman, Tomlin, Richardson, Higgin

Greenville (9-2) 52

Muzzy 5-1-11, Farrington 4-0-8, R. Breton 3-0-6, Larsen 2-0-4, Ward 2-0-4, B. Bartley 4-0-8, Harris 1-3-5, H. Breton 2-0-4, Nystrom 1-0-2, Hanson, Smith, M. Bartley

3-pt. goals: none

Averill 2 2 13 22

Greenville 20 35 39 52

Mount View 52, Lincoln Acad. 43

At Thorndike, Amy Miles had four steal, six assists and 12 points to help the Mount View Mustangs.

Kristy Clements and Lindsay Miles each added nine more.

Kaye Hagar and Sara Wyman each netted nine points for the Eagles of Newcastle.

Lincoln Academy 43

Hartford 1-0-2, Prior 0-3-3, Wajer 1-0-2, Harlow 0-2-2, Hagar 3-0-9, Gaeth 0-2-2, Wyman 2-5-9, York 1-0-2, Russell 3-0-6, Neal 2-0-6

Mount View 52

A. Miles 2-8-12, Hunter 1-2-4, Stevens 0-3-3, L. Miles 3-2-9, Mehuren 3-1-7, Kaler 3-2-8, Clements 4-1-9

3-pt. goals: or; L. Miles

Lincoln Academy 6 17 32 43

Mount View 8 25 34 52

JV: Lincoln Academy 51-50

Limestone 58, GHCA 47

At Limestone, the Eagles outscored Greater Houlton Christian 21-12 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the victory.

Nicki Michaud paced the winners with 24 points and Lindsey Beaulieu added 14.

Amanda Jago scored 18 points for GHCA. Lacey Farrar put in 11 and Megan Korhonen netted 10.

Greater Houlton Christian (8-3) 47

A. Jago 7-4-18, Sjoberg 2-0-4, Farrar 5-1-11, Scott, Hartin, Vargas, Korhonen 5-0-10, Boutilier, J. Jago, Livsey

Limestone (5-6) 58

Weatherhead 2-2-6, Bealieu 4-4-12, St. Pierre 1-1-3, Peers 1-0-2, Michaud 11-2-24, Redmond 4-1-9, O’Neal, Beaton

3-pt. goals: Beaulieu 2

Greater Houlton 20 27 35 47

Limestone 18 27 37 58

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