February 17, 2020
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Harriman helps Hermon 63-54

ELLSWORTH – Curt Harriman scored 18 points to help the Ellsworth Eagles upset the Hermon Hawks 63-54 in a high school boys basketball game Friday night.

Ellsworth is now 4-10 and Hermon is 11-3.

Andy Higgins chipped in with 14 points for the winners and Ted Buswell netted 10.

Hermon put four scorers in double figures while the rest of the team managed a combined three points. Wade Brazier led the way with 15 points while Brent Thayer had 14, Matt Alaimo had 12, and Jason Hannan 10.

Ellsworth (63)

Harriman 6(6), Higgins 6, Buswell 5, Hamilton 3(1), Merritt 1, Kenny 1(1), Newman 2(5), Hodgkins Hermon (54)

Brazier 4(5), Thayer 5, Alaimo 5, Hannan 4(2), Peary (1), Crowell 1, Watson, Patten

3-pt. goals: Higgins 2; Thayer 4, Alaimo 2, Brazier 2 Ellsworth 15 25 44 63 Hermon 7 24 37 54

JV: Ellsworth 88, Hermon 60

Lawrence 63, Winslow 60

At Fairfield, Tommy Reynolds scored 18 points as the Bulldogs held off the upset-minded Black Raiders.

Aaron Harris added 17 points for the 8-1 Bulldogs while Billy Cole hauled down 11 rebounds.

Mark McInnis finished the game with 18 points for the 2-9 Black Raiders, including the 1,000th of his career in the third quarter. Dan Giroux was also in double figures with 18.

Lawrence (63)

Dyer 1, Patterson 1, Richards 1(3), Harris 8, Reynolds 8(2), Cole 4, Goggin 5, Witham, Harrison Winslow (60)

McInnis 8(2), Peters 4, Bailey 4(1), White 3, D. Giroux 9, Breton, K. Giroux, Morse, Cheesman, Crook

3-pt. goals: Harris, Cole, Peters Lawrence 19 34 48 63 Winslow 20 33 46 60

JV: Lawrence 68, Winslow 58

Medomak 81, Skowhegan 73

At Skowhegan, Josh Nash scored 32 points to pace the Medomak Valley Panthers of Waldoboro to the win over Skowhegan.

The Panthers went on an 11-4 run to close out the last three minutes of the game and lengthen the lead.

Troy Smith scored 17 points and Tyler Lupien had 14 for the 10-2 Panthers.

For the 8-2 Indians, Woody Moore scored 26 points, Garrett Quinn added 18, and Seth Searles had 10.

Medomak Valley (81)

Nash 9(11), Lupien 5(3), Smith 7(3), Smith 7(3), Lash 3(1), Reed, Miller 2, Benner 1, K. Reed, Spear 2 Skowhegan (73)

Moore 8(5), Quinn 5(8), Searls 3(4), Jarvis 1, Fitzpatrick 3, Lauze 1, Conway

3-pt. goals: Nash 3, Lupien, Miller; Moore 5, Fitzpatrick Medomak Valley 14 35 58 81 Skowhegan 15 35 54 73

JV: Medomak Valley 59, Skowhegan 54

Searsport 59, Islesboro 48

At Searsport, Ethan Brown led three Viking players in double figures with 13 points as they downed the Eagles.

Josh Treat added 12 for the 3-11 Vikings while Brian Rooney netted 10.

For the 5-6 Eagles, Zach Conover led all scorers with 22 points. Jessie Day added 13.

Searsport (59)

Brown 4(50, Treat 5(2), Rooney 4(2), McCarthy 1, Weymouth 1(1), Solovei 3(2), Krienke 2, Goodwin, Critchley, Ruuska Islesboro (48)

Conover 9(3), Day 5(3), Davis 2, Berry 2, Clayton 1, Gras 1(1), Butcher, Baron

3-pt. goals: Conover Searsport 13 27 41 59 Islesboro 13 24 39 48

Bucksport 87, Belfast 75

At Belfast, Brent Emerson scored 12 of his game-high 23 points in the first quarter as the Golden Bucks went on to defeat the Lions.

Mike Farnham added 21 points for the 8-6 Golden Bucks while Dan Skillin chipped in with 10.

John Cox led the 5-7 Lions with 17 points. Cliff Littlefield tossed in 16.

Bucksport (87)

Goodwin 2, Smith 2(2), Winchester 2(3), Achorn, Curtis 4, Bowden 2(3), Skillin 5, Emerson 9(3), Farnham 7(7) Belfast (75)

Farris 3, Way 4, Keene (1), White 2, Payson 1(2), Littlefield 7(2), McGray 1(2), Drinkwater 1(2), Cox 6(5), Chasse 1(1), Fuller 3(1)

3-pt. goals: Emerson 2, White Bucksport 35 59 73 87 Belfast 13 31 52 75

JV: Bucksport 48, Belfast 46

J.-Beals 110, Temple Chr. 79

At Ellsworth, Tony Beal tossed in 24 points, spearheading an offensive charge that placed five Royals in double figures as Jonesport-Beals posted the win over the Temple Christian Academy Seahawks.

Billy Look and Jason Harmon added 17 and 16 points, respectively, for the Royals, now 10-3. Braden Alley had 13 points and Mike King chipped in with 11 more.

For 6-6 TCA, Nate Campbell scored a game-high 25 points while Adam Bien added 14 and Emery Bamford 10.

Jonesport-Beals (110)

T. Beal 10(4), Look 8(1), Jason Harmon 8, Alley 5(3), King 5, Peabody 4, S. Beal 3, C. Crowley 3, R. Crowley 2, Fagonde 2, Johnson, James Harmon Temple Christian (79)

Campbell 10(4), Bien 7, Bamford 4(2), Logan 3(3), Haynes 3(2), Blackstone 3(2), Reardon 2(1)

3-pt. goals: King, R.Crowley; Campbell Jonesport-Beals 23 49 85 110 Temple Christian 14 39 54 79

GSA 89, Washington Acad. 75

At East Machias, Jonas Allen poured in 30 points to lead the George Stevens Academy Eagles past the Raiders.

Shawn Blair chipped in with 19 points for the 8-6 winners of Blue Hill, Tom Pickering netted 11, and Josh Barlow netted 10. GSA secured the win with a 15-for-20 effort from the line in the fourth quarter.

Dallas Quarles paced 7-6 WA with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Pat Feeney and Chris Bridges each added 11 points.

George Stevens (89)

Allen 11(8), Blair 5(9), Pickering 4(2), Barlow 4(2), Holloway 3(3), Haney 1(1), Grindle 1, Carlow 1, Candage 1, McDonald (1), Sherman Washington Academy (75)

Quarles 8, Feeney 2(7), Bridges 3(5), Crosman 3(2), Sprague 3(1), Moore 2, Calor 1(2), Erickson 1, Cates 2, Ingalls 1(2), Seeley, Wentworth, Grant

3-pt. goals: Pickering; Feeney, Crosman, Sprague 2, Cates George Stevens 18 45 66 89 Washington Academy 13 35 57 75

JV: Washington Academy 92, George Stevens 70

Sumner 77, DI-Stonington 48

At Deer Isle, the Tigers outscored the host Mariners 19-2 in the second quarter and cruised to their fifth victory.

Bo Stanley scored 11 points for the 5-9 Tigers of East Sullivan.

For DI-S, now 5-8, Ryan Jones poured in 25 points.

Sumner (77)

Ford 2(3), Mitchell 3, Seward (2), Sargent 1, Warren 2, Stanley 5, Perry 1, Barnes 3, Curtis 3(1), Parrit 1(1), Jordan 3(2), Merchant 3(1), Harmon 2(2), Schwartz 2 DI-Stonington (48)

Eaton (3), Morey 3, Larrabee 1, Dodge, Rice, Webb, Grant 1, Jones 12(1), Hayward, Wendell 2(4)

3-pt. goals: Stanley, Curtis Sumner 12 31 51 77 DI-Stonington 13 15 29 48

JV: Sumner 58, DI-Stonington 52

Greenville 65, BC Patriots 30

At Greenville, Jarrod Strid tossed in a game-high 22 points to lead the host Lakers to the victory over Bangor Christian.

Scott Anderson added 12 points and seven steals for the 6-8 winners.

Josh Campbell and Mark Purvis had eight points each for the 3-10 Patriots.

Greenville (65)

Strid 8(6), Anderson 5(2), B. Morrill 2, J. Morrill 4(1), Mi. Burgess 3, Ma. Burgess 1, Turner 1, Nile 3(2), Saucier, McEachern, Crockett Bangor Christian (30)

Campbell 3(2), Purvis 4, Ricker 2(2), Treadwell 2, Simmons 1, Booker 1, Eckstein, Mick

3-pt. goals: none Greenville 14 24 40 65 Bangor Christian 3 8 22 30

JV: Bangor Christian 54, Greenville 48

Limestone 92, SAHS 64

At Dyer Brook, Tony Tobin scored 30 points to lead the attack for the Limestone Eagles as they defeated host Southern Aroostook.

Darian Smith and Trevor Patten scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the 11-2 Eagles. Tim Morse and Clarence Williams each had 10 points.

For the 2-12 Warriors, Matt Burpee had 19 points while Snapper Legassey and Kyle Fox each scored 13. Fox added 11 rebounds.

Limestone (92)

Tobin 13(1), Smith 6, Patten 5(1), Morse 4(1), Williams 4(2), Blaisdell 1, Malfatti 3, Yates 3(1), Houston 1(1) So. Aroostook (64)

Legassey 6, M. Burpee 7(1), Fox 6(1), McLellan 1, A. Burpee 2, Greenlaw (2), Hunt 4, Willey 1, Hamm, Masters, Porter

3-pt. goals: Tobin 3, Morse, Malfatti; Legassey, M. Burpee 4, Willey Limestone 28 54 73 92 Southern Aroostook 14 34 50 64

JV: Limestone 103, SAHS 40

Calais 46, Machias 30

At Calais, the Blue Devils outscored the deliberate Bulldogs 14-6 in the fourth quarter to take the victory. Jeff Hinton scored eight of his 27 points in the fourth to spark the winners, now 8-5.

Joey Waycott chipped in with 10 points for Calais and Shawn Marsh had eight assists.

Leigh Noyes scored eight points for 7-7 Machias.

Calais (46)

Tapley (1), Napoleoni 1, Hinton 9(8), Walther 1, Waycott 4(2), Parks 1, Marsh (1), Spearin Machias (30)

Noyes 3, Dube 2, Coffin 1, Hennessey 1(1), Manchester 2(1), Pritchard 2, Bailey 1

3-pt. goals: Hinton, Parks; Noyes 2, Pritchard 2 Calais 15 22 32 46 Machias 4 9 24 30

JV: Calais 59, Machias 35

Hodgdon 70, Easton 62

At Easton, Jered Stewart led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points as Hodgdon improved to 9-3.

Jeremy Sjoberg and Chad Merritt each tossed in 13 points for Hodgdon. Roman Karnes added 11 points.

For Easton, 4-10, Brad Wolverton hit four 3-pointers on the way to 26 points. Matt Burtt added 18 points and Brad Winger scored 12.

Hodgdon (70)

Stewart 4(6), Sjoberg 5(3), Merritt 6(1), Karnes 5(1), Oliver 2, Cole 2(2), Bell 1, Grieves 2 Easton (62)

Wolverton 9(4), Burtt 8(2), Winger 4(3), Clark 2, Demerchant (1), Richardson

3-pt. goals: Stewart; Wolverton 4, Winger, Clark Hodgdon 18 28 44 70 Easton 16 25 38 62

JV: Hodgdon 74, Easton 52 Washburn trips Panthers 61-56

WASHBURN – Todd Laferriere poured in 26 points to help the Washburn Beavers upset the Central Aroostook Panthers 61-56 in schoolboy basketball action here Friday night.

Laferriere nailed four 3-pointers as Washburn improved 5-7. CAHS of Mars Hill slipped to 9-4.

Washburn jumped out to a 13-2 lead and held off the Panthers down the stretch.

Chris Hallet added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the winners.

Central Aroostook was led by Randy Libby’s 19 points while Tim Brewer had 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Washburn (61)

Laferriere 9(4), Hallet 5(3), Harris 1, Cray 1(2), Cunningham 1(4), McPherson 1, Brown, Bragg 3 Central Aroostook (56)

Libby 8(3), Brewer 4(5), Bradbury, Caron, Hitz, Robbins 2(2), York 3(1), Shaw, Allen 1, Townsend 3(2)

3-pt. goals: Laferriere 4; Townsend Washburn 13 32 45 61 Central Aroostook 2 15 38 56

JV: CAHS 83, Washburn 55

Shead 87, East Grand 47

At Danforth, Jason Cook tossed in 33 points, including six 3-pointers, to power Shead of Eastport to the win.

Aaron Urquhart added 15 points for the winners, who improved to 6-8.

For East Grand, 1-10, Jay Frye led with 25 points. Chris Cyr hit for 11.

Shead (87)

Cook 11(5), Urquhart 5(5), Marsh 2, Bouchard 3, Morrison, Penney 4, Mullen 1(2), Barnes, Townsend 1(1), Raye 1, Newcomb 3(1), Downes 1(2) East Grand (47)

Frye 10(2), Cyr 4(3), Shain 2, Gilman 2, Davis 1, Shaw, Cropley, Mason, Godley, Ellingwood, Stinson, Emery

3-pt. goals: Cook 6, Marsh; Frye 3, Gilman Shead 17 41 65 87 East Grand 7 19 32 47

Limestone 92, SAHS 64

At Dyer Brook, Tony Tobin scored 30 points to lead the attack for the Limestone Eagles as they defeated host Southern Aroostook.

Darian Smith and Trevor Patten scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the 11-2 Eagles. Tim Morse and Clarence Williams each had 10 points.

For the 2-12 Warriors, Matt Burpee had 19 points while Snapper Legassey and Kyle Fox each scored 13. Fox added 11 rebounds.

Limestone (92)

Tobin 13(1), Smith 6, Patten 5(1), Morse 4(1), Williams 4(2), Blaisdell 1, Malfatti 3, Yates 3(1), Houston 1(1) So. Aroostook (64)

Legassey 6, M. Burpee 7(1), Fox 6(1), McLellan 1, A. Burpee 2, Greenlaw (2), Hunt 4, Willey 1, Hamm, Masters, Porter

3-pt. goals: Tobin 3, Morse, Malfatti; Legassey, M. Burpee 4, Willey Limestone 28 54 73 92 Southern Aroostook 14 34 50 64

JV: Limestone 103, SAHS 40

J-Beals 110, Temple Chr. 79

At Ellsworth, Tony Beal tossed in 24 points, spearheading an offensive charge that placed five Royals in double figures as Jonesport-Beals posted the win over the Temple Christian Academy Seahawks.

Billy Look and Jason Harmon added 17 and 16 points, respectively, for the Royals, now 10-3. Bradan Alley had 13 points and Mike King chipped in with 11 more.

For 6-6 TCA, Nate Campbell scored a game-high 25 points while Adam Bien added 14 and Emery Bamford 10.

Jonesport-Beals (110)

T. Beal 10(4), Look 8(1), Jason Harmon 8, Alley 5(3), King 5, Peabody 4, S. Beal 3, C. Crowley 3, R. Crowley 2, Fagonde 2, Johnson, James Harmon Temple Christian (79)

Campbell 10(4), Bien 7, Bamford 4(2), Logan 3(3), Haynes 3(2), Blackstone 3(2), Reardon 2(1)

3-pt. goals: King, R.Crowley; Campbell Jonesport-Beals 23 49 85 110 Temple Christian 14 39 54 79

Calais 46, Machias 30

At Calais, the Blue Devils outscored the deliberate Bulldogs 14-6 in the fourth quarter to take the victory. Jeff Hinton scored eight of his 27 points in the fourth to spark the winners, now 8-5.

Joey Waycott chipped in with 10 points for Calais and Shawn Marsh had eight assists.

Leigh Noyes scored eight points for 7-7 Machias.

Calais (46)

Tapley (1), Napoleoni 1, Hinton 9(8), Walther 1, Waycott 4(2), Parks 1, Marsh (1), Spearin Machias (30)

Noyes 3, Dube 2, Coffin 1, Hennessey 1(1), Manchester 2(1), Pritchard 2, Bailey 1

3-pt. goals: Hinton, Parks; Noyes 2, Pritchard 2 Calais 15 22 32 46 Machias 4 9 24 30

JV: Calais 59, Machias 35

Hodgdon 70, Easton 62

At Easton, Jered Stewart led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points as Hodgdon improved to 9-3.

Jeremy Sjoberg and Chad Merritt each tossed in 13 points for Hodgdon. Roman Karnes added 11 points.

For Easton, 4-10, Brad Wolverton hit four 3-pointers on the way to 26 points. Matt Burtt added 18 points and Brad Winger scored 12.

Hodgdon (70)

Stewart 4(6), Sjoberg 5(3), Merritt 6(1), Karnes 5(1), Oliver 2, Cole 2(2), Bell 1, Grieves 2 Easton (62)

Wolverton 9(4), Burtt 8(2), Winger 4(3), Clark 2, Demerchant (1), Richardson

3-pt. goals: Stewart; Wolverton 4, Winger, Clark Hodgdon 18 28 44 70 Easton 16 25 38 62

JV: Hodgdon 74, Easton 52

GSA 89, Washington Acad. 75

At East Machias, Jonas Allen poured in 30 points to lead the George Stevens Academy Eagles past the Raiders.

Shawn Blair chipped in with 19 points for the 8-6 winners of Blue Hill, Tom Pickering netted 11, and Josh Barlow netted 10. GSA secured the win with a 15-for-20 effort from the line in the fourth quarter.

Dallas Quarles paced 7-6 WA with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Pat Feeney and Chris Bridges each added 11 points.

George Stevens (89)

Allen 11(8), Blair 5(9), Pickering 4(2), Barlow 4(2), Holloway 3(3), Haney 1(1), Grindle 1, Carlow 1, Candage 1, McDonald (1), Sherman Washington Academy (75)

Quarles 8, Feeney 2(7), Bridges 3(5), Crosman 3(2), Sprague 3(1), Moore 2, Calor 1(2), Erickson 1, Cates 2, Ingalls 1(2), Seeley, Wentworth, Grant

3-pt. goals: Pickering; Feeney, Crosman, Sprague 2, Cates George Stevens 18 45 66 89 Washington Academy 13 35 57 75

JV: Washington Academy 92, George Stevens 70

Sumner 77, DI-Stonington 48

At Deer Isle, the Tigers outscored the host Mariners 19-2 in the second quarter and cruised to their fifth victory.

Bo Stanley scored 11 points for the 5-9 Tigers of East Sullivan.

For DI-S, now 5-8, Ryan Jones poured in 25 points.

Sumner (77)

Ford 2(3), Mitchell 3, Seward (2), Sargent 1, Warren 2, Stanley 5, Perry 1, Barnes 3, Curtis 3(1), Parrit 1(1), Jordan 3(2), Merchant 3(1), Harmon 2(2), Schwartz 2 DI-Stonington (48)

Eaton (3), Morey 3, Larrabee 1, Dodge, Rice, Webb, Grant 1, Jones 12(1), Hayward, Wendell 2(4)

3-pt. goals: Stanley, Curtis Sumner 12 31 51 77 DI-Stonington 13 15 29 48

JV: Sumner 58, DI-Stonington 52

Greenville 65, BC Patriots 30

At Greenville, Jared Strid tossed in a game-high 22 points to lead the host Lakers to the victory over Bangor Christian.

Scott Anderson added 12 points and seven steals for the 6-8 winners.

Josh Campbell and Mark Purvis had eight points each for the 3-10 Patriots.

Greenville (65)

Strid 8(6), Anderson 5(2), B. Morrill 2, J. Morrill 4(1), Mi. Burgess 3, Ma. Burgess 1, Turner 1, Nile 3(2), Saucier, McEachern, Crockett Bangor Christian (30)

Campbell 3(2), Purvis 4, Ricker 2(2), Treadwell 2, Simmons 1, Booker 1, Eckstein, Mick

3-pt. goals: none Greenville 14 24 40 65 Bangor Christian 3 8 22 30

JV: Bangor Christian 54, Greenville 48

Lawrence 63, Winslow 60

At Fairfield, Tommy Reynolds scored 18 points as the Bulldogs held off the upset-minded Black Raiders.

Aaron Harris added 17 points for the 8-1 Bulldogs while Billy Cole hauled down 11 rebounds.

Mark McInnis finished the game with 18 points for the 2-9 Black Raiders, including the 1,000th of his career in the third quarter. Dan Giroux was also in double figures with 18.

Lawrence (63)

Dyer 1, Patterson 1, Richards 1(3), Harris 8, Reynolds 8(2), Cole 4, Goggin 5, Witham, Harrison Winslow (60)

McInnis 8(2), Peters 4, Bailey 4(1), White 3, D. Giroux 9, Breton, K. Giroux, Morse, Cheesman, Crook

3-pt. goals: Harris, Cole, Peters Lawrence 19 34 48 63 Winslow 20 33 46 60

JV: Lawrence 68, Winslow 58

Ellsworth 63, Hermon 54

At Ellsworth, Curt Harriman’s 18 points led the Ellsworth Eagles to the upset of the Hermon Hawks.

Andy Higgins scored 14 and Ted Buswell had 10 for the winners, now 4-10.

Hermon, which slipped to 11-3, placed four scorers in double figures while the rest of the team managed a combined three points. Wade Brazier led the way with 15 points while Brent Thayer had 14, Matt Alaimo had 12, and Jason Hannan 10.

Ellsworth (63)

Harriman 6(6), Higgins 6, Buswell 5, Hamilton 3(1), Merritt 1, Kenny 1(1), Newman 2(5), Hodgkins Hermon (54)

Brazier 4(5), Thayer 5, Alaimo 5, Hannan 4(2), Peary (1), Crowell 1, Watson, Patten

3-pt. goals: Higgins 2; Thayer 4, Alaimo 2, Brazier 2 Ellsworth 15 25 44 63 Hermon 7 24 37 54

JV: Ellsworth 88, Hermon 60


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