November 18, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Wotton powers Lynx to victory over Ponies

LINCOLN – Lynn Wotton came off the bench and had a big third period to help lead the host Mattanawcook Academy Lynx to their second schoolgirl basketball win in two outings, a 60-52 victory over Foxcroft Academy here Thursday night.

After the score had been tied 26-all at intermission, Wotton ignited an MA rally in the third with 8 of her 10 points, including the game’s only 3-pointer.

Holly Ludden led the winners with 15, Nicolette McGinley had 11, and Wotton 10.

The Ponies of Dover-Foxcroft, 0-2, were led by Leah Thistle with 12 and Jennifer Michaud with 10.

Mattanawcook (60)

Ludden 5(5), Nt. McGinley 5(1), Wotton 4(1), McLaughlin 2(3), Lyons 2(2), Bennett 3, Bruce, Lane, Parks, Nl. McGinley, Windsor

Foxcroft (52)

Thistle 6, J. Michaud 4(2), King 4(1), T. Michaud 4, Knight 2(1), Tilton 2, Rush 1, Englebert 1, London, Packard, Sockabasin, McBreairty

3-pt. goals: Wotton Mattanawcook 11 26 48 60 Foxcroft 9 26 37 52

JV: Foxcroft 38, Mattanawcook 20

Dexter 56, Penquis 45

At Dexter, Mandy King and Karen Hersey each scored 18 points to pace the Dexter offense as the Tigers downed Penquis of Milo in their opening game of the season.

Eva Wing scored 10 points for the Tigers.

For the Patriots, Tina Harris scored 16 points, Jessica Carey had 12 and Renee Cote added 10.

Dexter (56)

King 8(2), Smith 2(2), Hersey 6(2), Lobdell (1), Wing 4(2), Conners 1(1), Bagley, Levenseller, Downing, Washington Penquis (45)

Carey 5(2), Freese 1, Cote 4, Harris 7(2), Haley 2, Davis (1)

3-point goals: Hersey 4; Harris 2 Dexter 16 34 41 56 Penquis 12 20 32 45

Central-EC 67, PCHS 59

At Guilford, 6-foot sophomore center Beth Miller scored 21 points to power the Central of East Corinth Red Devils past the Piscataquis Pirates.

Cherie Greatorex chipped in with 15 points for the 2-0 winners. Sue Allen added 11 points and Amanda Call netted 10.

Rachel Cookson paced 2-1 PCHS with 15 points and Melissa Thompson added 14. Tammy McKenney chipped in with 13 points.

Central (67)

Greatorex 4(7), Wilson 1, Allen 5(1), Wallace 2, Miller 10(1), Call 5, Hatch 1, Ramsey 1, Dearborn, Dunham, Lugdon, McCorrison PCHS (59)

K. Johnson 4, Thompson 6(2), Cookson 6(3), Smiley 3(1), McKenney 5(2), Draper 1, Melia, H. Johnson, Edwards

3-pt. goals: McKenney Central 7 27 51 67 PCHS 8 28 42 59

JV: Central 37, PCHS 35

Schenck 52, Houlton 38

At East Millinocket, Amy Morin, Cynthia Deveau, and Mary Beth Currier led a balanced scoring attack for host Schenck with 11 points each.

The host Wolverines evened their record to 1-1 with the win.

For the 1-1 Shiretowners, Liz Nelson scored 12 points and Ellen Lee added 10.

Schenck (52)

Morin 2(7), Currier 3(5), Deveau 4(2), Clark 4(1), Chevarie 2, Tetu 3, Purcell (3), Lynch, Daigle, Cox, Mayer Houlton (38)

Lee 4(2), Nelson 5(2), Dahl 2(1), Sullivan 1, Buswell 1, Tilley 3(1), Sargent, Dobbins, Swallow, Donato

3-point goals: Deveau Schenck 11 22 36 52 Houlton 6 14 22 38

JV: Houlton 40, Schenck 28

Katahdin 47, Hodgdon 39

At Hodgdon, the visiting Cougars from Sherman Station gradually pulled away from the hosts to grab their second win in three outings.

For Katahdin, Kelly Stubbs had 19 points to lead all scorers. Shannon Craig chipped in 13.

For the Hawks, who slipped to 0-3, Martha Putnam had 14 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists. Audra Karnes added 10 points.

Katahdin (47)

Stubbs 6(7), S. Craig 4(5), Richardson 3(1), L. Craig 1(4), A. Gonya 1, Robinson, L. Gonya, Patterson, Greenlaw, Lord

Hodgdon (39)

Putnam 5(4), A. Karnes 5, Gwilliam 2(2), Larson 2, T. Karnes 1, Ingraham 1, McPhee, Merritt

3-pt. goals: T. Karnes Katahdin 15 26 35 47 Hodgdon 12 25 30 39

JV: Hodgdon 28, Katahdin 26 (OT)

CAHS 60, Wisdom 31

At Mars Hill, the Central Aroostook Warriors jumped out to a 26-8 halftime lead and went on for the win over the Pioneers of St. Agatha.

Angela Allen and Stori Shaw each scored 11 points to pace the 2-0 winners.

Shannon Levesque scored 7 points for 0-2 Wisdom.

Central Aroostook (60)

S. Shaw 5, Boyce 1, Folsom 2, Jan. Kinney, Bell 2, N. Shaw 1, E. Shaw 4, Faggiole, Allen 4(1), McGraw 1, Jen. Kinney 3(2), Clark 3(2) Wisdom (31)

Aldrete 1, Bourgoin, Collin 1(2), Cyr 1(3), Lagasse 2(3), Derosier 1, Levesque 3, Ouellette 1, Daigle (1), Paridis, Killarney 1, Roy

3-pt. goals: S. Shaw, Allen Central Aroostook 14 26 47 60 Wisdom 5 8 19 31

JV: Wisdom 32, Central Aroostook 31

Jones.-Beals 67, Woodland 50

At Woodland, Sandy Carver scored 18 points to lead Jonesport-Beals to its second win against one loss.

Bobbi-Jo Faulkingham chipped in with 11 points for the winners.

Betty Neddeau scored 10 points for Woodland, now 0-2.

Jonesport-Beals (67)

Carver 7(4), Beal 4(1), Alley (4), Farnsworth 1(1), Faulkingham 3(5), Kenney 1, Lakeman 1, Smith 3, Stevens 1(2), Johnson 2(5) Woodland (50)

Neddeau 5, Gould 4(1), Tobey 1, Kneeland 3(2), Guiggey 4, Cox (2), Smith 2, Poulin 1, Deschene 1, Bailey 1(1)

3-pt. goals: Smith 2 Jonesport-Beals 15 32 44 67 Woodland 12 20 34 50

JV: Jonesport-Beals 52, Woodland 40

Madawaska 43, Van Buren 34

At Madawaska, the Owls went to 2-0 for the season with a third period rally that outscored the visiting Crusaders 12-7 and held on to win. The game had been tied 20-20 at the half.

Leading the Owls’ scoring was Kelly Picard with 14 points. Brenda Hebert had 13. Picard also grabbed a game-high 19 rebounds.

For the 0-1 visitors, Hillard Smith had 15 points and 11 rebounds, while Stephanie Lapierre scored 10.

Madawaska (43)

Madore 4, Landry (1), Hebert 5(3), Picard 7, Jandreau 1(1), Dube 1(2), Legace

Van Buren (34)

Lajoie 2(1), Roy 1(1), Smith 6(3), Lapierre 2(6), Caron, Watahiki, Towns

3-pot goals: Lajoie Madawaska 14 20 32 43 Van Buren 7 20 20 34

JV: Madawaska 32, Van Buren 29 (OT)

Fort Kent 48, Fort Fairfield 17

At Fort Fairfield, the visiting Warriors held Fort Fairfield scoreless in the fourth quarter to ice the victory.

Joni Pelletier scored 14 points to pace the 2-0 Warriors. Kendra Marquis had 10 points.

The loss dropped the host Tigers to 0-2.

Fort Kent (48)

K. Marquis 5, Pelletier 7, Joler 2(1), Desjardins (2), Robertson 1, B. Gagnon 1, Rossignol 1, McBreairty 1, Levesque 1, Toussaint 1, B. Gagnon 1, Hartt, J. Marquis Fort Fairfield (17)

Cormier 1, Deschesne 2, Cyr 2, Michaud 2(1), Plant 1, Saucier, Prue, Voisine, S. Everett, K. Everett, Libby, Jones

3-point goals: Joler, McBreairty, Levesque Fort Kent 14 28 34 48 Fort Fairfield 4 14 17 17

JV: Fort Kent 50, Fort Fairfield 30

WA Raiders 57, ‘Guagus 51

At East Machias, Kari Dennison scored 15 points to lead the host Washington Academy Raiders to the win over Narraguagus of Harrington.

For the 2-1 Raiders, Heather Gardner had 13 points. Freshman Stephanie Tuck had 9 points and 6 steals.

Saundra Lord led the way for the 1-2 Knights with 24 points. Heather Strout chipped in with 18.

Washington Acad. (57)

Dennison 6(3), Gardner 5, Tuck 4(1), Holmes (2), Webb 4, Cates (1), Seeley 2, Wentworth 2(1), Olsen Narraguagus (51)

Lord 12, Strout 7(4), Cashman 1(1), Clark, Hammond (4), Kearns 1, Reynolds

3-point goals: Gardner 3 Washington Acad. 4 22 43 57 Narraguagus 6 17 39 51

JV: Narraguagus 55, Washington Acad. 40

Calais 63, Shead 57

At Eastport, Tracy Mulholland scored 20 points to lead the Calais Blue Devils to the victory over host Shead.

Danielle Dupuis chipped in with 11 points for 1-1 Calais.

For the 2-1 Tigers, Heather Reynolds scored 19 points. Ivy Newcomb and Jenny Lincoln scored 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Calais (63)

Mulholland 9(2), Dupuis 5(1), Carter 1, Gipson 2(4), Bell 3(2), Rhode 3, Leavitt 2, Leishman 1(1), Olsson Shead (57)

Reynolds 8(2), Newcomb 3(5), Lincoln 4(2), Johnson 2(2), Wentworth 3(1), Raye 1, Ritchie, Lingley

3-point goals: Leavitt; Reynolds, Wentworth 2 Calais 11 28 42 63 Shead 17 31 37 57

JV: Calais 47, Shead 23

Ashland 63, Easton 44

At Easton, Jennifer Clark scored 26 points, 9 in the fourth quarter, to lead the Ashland Hornets past the host Bears.

For the 2-0 Hornets, Amy Murphy added 11 points.

Toni Day had 11 points and 16 rebounds for the 0-2 Bears. Heather Keep added 10 points.

Ashland (63)

Clark 12, Murphy 4(3), Belskis 3, Hope Carney 3, Theriault 3, Holly Carney 2(1), Baker 1, Cates Easton (44)

Day 5(1), Keep 5, Ireland 4(1), Driscoll 3, Lamoreau 1(2), Clark 2

3-point goals: Clark, Belskis Ashland 13 30 41 63 Easton 10 22 34 44


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