October 20, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Worcester’s 36 lifts Narraguagus past Raiders

EAST MACHIAS, Rob Worcester poured in 36 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead the Narraguagus Knights to a 100-77 schoolboy basketball win over the Washington Academy Raiders Friday night.

Peter Joyce and Peter Roeber each added 16 points for Narraguagus of Harrington. Todd Benner and Jason Lyford rounded out the balanced scoring attack with 13 points each.

For Washington Academy, Paris Calor led with 19 points. Justin Crosman and Dallas Quarels both had 17 points.

Narraguagus (10-6) 100

Roeber 6-4-16, Beal 1-0-2, Worcester 15-1-36, Huntley 2-4-8, Benner 6-0-13, Lyford 5-1-13, Joyce 3-10-16, Look, Chipman Washington Academy (14-2) 77

Sprague 2-0-5, Grant 1-2-4, J. Crosman 5-5-17, Seeley 0-1-1, Feeney 0-0-0, Calor 6-6-19, Davis 0-0-0, D. Crosman 2-3-7, Erickson 2-0-4, Libby 1-0-3, Quarels 7-3-17, Cates 0-0-0

3-pt. goals: Worcester 5, Benner, Lyford 2; Sprague, J. Crosman 2, Calor, Libby Narraguagus 25 58 84 100 Washington Academy 21 48 67 77

JV: Narraguagus 62, Washington Academy 60

Ashland 88, Limestone 59

At Ashland, Zach Kinnear scored 24 points to lead the Ashland Hornets to the season-ending win over Limestone.

Ryan Caron had 20 points and 12 rebounds while Dean Rafford contributed 11 points for the Hornets.

For the Eagles, Paul West scored 22 points and Danny Huston had 12. Rashaan McCravey and Shane Overbay each had 10 points.

Limestone (10-8) 88

Kinnear 9-3-24, Caron 8-4-20, Rafford 4-2-11, Legassie 3-3-9, Sjogren 3-0-6, Harold 2-2-6, Skidgel 2-0-5, LaFontaine 1-2-4, Plante 0-2-2, Haines 0-1-1, Larson, Jacobs Limestone (4-14) 59

West 9-4-22, Huston 5-1-12, McCravey 4-0-10, Overbay 4-2-10, Giggey 1-0-2, Beaulier 1-2-4, Mazerolle 0-1-1, Lloyd, Palmer, Quinn, West, Blaisdell, Hand

3-pt. goals: Huston; Kinnear 3, Rafford, Skidgel Limestone 8 21 41 59 Ashland 21 40 68 88

JV: Limestone 94, Ashland 76

Houlton 85, Madawaska 64

At Houlton, Travis Beaton powered in 22 points and Bryan Swallow added 20 more, carrying the Shiretowners to victory in the regular-season finale.

Joe Ulmschneider contributed 17 points for Houlton.

For Madawaska, John Clavette led all scorers with 30 points, including five 3-point shots. Luke Michaud chipped in with 12 points.

Houlton (8-10) 85

Beaton 10-2-22, Swallow 9-0-20, Ulmschneider 8-0-17, Bell 3-0-7, Noonan 2-1-5, Hanscom 2-0-4, Nelson 2-0-4, Socoby 1-0-2, Howe 0-2-2, Adams, Spencer Madawaska (2-16) 64

Clavette 10-5-30, Michaud 5-2-12, Marshall 3-1-9, D. Cyr 2-0-5, Cowie 3-0-6, Dyer 1-0-2, Garon, Morin, Hassel, Albert, R. Cyr, Bourgoin

3-pt. goals: Swallow 2, Ulmschneider, Bell; Clavette 5, Marshall 2, D. Cyr

Madawaska 13 24 44 64 Houlton 27 43 67 85

JV: Houlton 89, Madawaska 43

Sumner 79, Searsport 68

At Searsport, Sumner used 10 third-quarter points from Brian Jordan to break open a close game.

Linden Curtis paced the Tigers with 26 points, while Jordan finished with 20, David Seward contributed 18 and James Schwartz chipped in with 10.

Jason Krienke scored 25 points for Searsport, while Ethan Brown contributed 21 and Josh Treat 11.

Sumner (8-8) 79

Curtis 11-3-26, Jordan 8-4-20, Seward 6-4-18, Schwartz 5-0-10, Parritt 1-3-5, Sites, Knowlton, Childers

Searsport (9-7) 68

Krienke 10-4-25, Brown 7-6-21, Treat 4-3-11, Solovei 3-3-9, Smith 1-0-2, Peak, Bishop

3-pt. goals: Seward 2, Curtis; Krienke, Brown Sumner 14 40 60 79 Searsport 13 32 44 68

Lee 70, Mattanawcook 67

At Lee, the Pandas pushed a five-point lead to 12 in the fourth quarter and held off Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln for the win. The Lynx missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer which would have sent the game into overtime.

Lance Dube sparked the Pandas with 16 points and 11 rebounds, Jamie Phelps added 15 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists, and Reggie Rice had 12 rebounds.

For the Lynx, Erroll Libby and Jamey House scored 12 points each, and Libby pulled down 10 rebounds.

Mattanawcook (4-14) 67

E. Libby 4-4-12, House 4-4-12, Be. Greenlaw 1-2-5, Br. Greenlaw 1-0-2, R. Libby 3-0-7, Clemons 2-1-6, McConnell 0-2-2, Gill 2-0-6, Knights 3-0-7, McGowan 2-0-4, Hanscom 2-0-4 Lee (4-14) 70

Dube 6-3-16, Phelps 4-7-15, Osgood, Rideout 1-0-2, Faulkner 3-0-6, Sibley 4-0-9, Bunker, Aldrich, Cormier 3-2-9, Dicker, Cole, Rice 2-2-6, Sockabasin 3-0-7, Noble

3-pt. goals: Gill 2, Be. Greenlaw, R. Libby, Clemons, Knights; Dube, Sibley, Cormier, Sockabasin Mattanawcook 14 32 45 67 Lee 16 36 50 70

JV: Mattanawcook 65, Lee 62

Stearns 48, MDI 46

At Wentworth Gym in Millinocket, Ryan Babbidge hit both ends of a one-and-one with 24 seconds left to lift Stearns to the win.

Drew O’Connor lead Stearns with 10 points in the closely contested game, as neither side was able to pull away. Babbidge finished with nine points.

Jared Polchies paced MDI with 14 points, which missed a half-court shot at the buzzer. Lucas Dunbar added 12.

MDI (8-10) 46

Polchies 6-0-14, Dunbar 4-2-12, Myers 2-5-9, Gilbert 2-3-7, Asher 1-0-2, Corliss 1-0-2, Worsceter, Daly, Gray

Stearns (13-5) 48

O’Connor 5-0-10, Babbidge 3-2-9, Portwine 3-0-9, Reeves 2-5-9, McAvoy 2-1-5, Corson 2-0-4, Kenyon 1-0-2, Cyr

3-pt. goals: Polchies 2, Dunbar 2; Portwine 3, Babbidge MDI 11 23 36 46 Stearns 12 26 38 48

JV: MDI 68, Stearns 61

Jones.-Beals 82, Shead 73

At Eastport, Elliott Peabody scored 24 points to lead a balanced Jonesport-Beals attack as the Royals defeated the host Tigers.

Chris Crowley netted 13 for Jonesport-Beals, while Tony Beal and Jared Fagonde had 12 apiece.

Scott Marsh nailed three 3-pointers en route to a game-high 29 points for Shead. Aaron Urquhart added 21 with four 3-pointers.

Jonesport-Beals (14-4) 82

Peabody 9-3-24, T. Beal 5-2-12, C. Crowley 6-1-13, Fagonde 4-4-12, R. Crowley 6-1-13, Look 3-2-8, S. Beal 1-2-4, Kenney, D. Beal, Libby, Bean, Alley, Johnson, Tibbetts Shead (8-10) 73

Marsh 11-4-29, Urquhart 7-3-21, T. Raye 4-1-9, Penney 1-3-5, Newcomb 1-1-3, Barnes 1-0-2, Cook 0-2-2, Downes 1-0-2, M. Raye

3-pt. goals: Peabody 3, R. Crowley; Marsh 3, Urquhart 4 Jonesport-Beals 12 37 60 82 Shead 10 31 50 73

JV: Shead 56, Jonesport-Beals 55

Woodland 61, Calais 42

At Calais, the Dragons took advantage of a Blue Devil scoring drought in the second quarter and parlayed that 11-0 quarter into the win.

Jim Wirkala scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for Woodland. Nate Martell added 15 and John Bell had 11.

Josh DelMonaco had 10 points for Calais. Bryan Campbell scored 10 more and had 10 rebounds.

Woodland (9-9) 61

Wirkala 10-0-20, McArthur 1-0-3, Richards 1-2-5, Burtt 1-1-3, Dwelley 1-1-3, Bell 3-4-11, Sherman 0-1-1, N. Martell 7-1-15, D. Martell, McLaughlin Calais (7-11) 42

DelMonaco 4-1-10, Ayer 2-1-5, Griffin 1-2-4, Worster 1-0-2, Hill 1-1-3, Campbell 4-1-10, Sousa 1-0-2, Marsh 2-0-6, Dana, MacDonald, Cheney, Kneeland

3-pt. goals: McArthur, Richards 2, Bell; DelMonaco, Campbell, Marsh 2 Woodland 14 25 39 61 Calais 12 12 24 42

JV: Calais 61, Woodland 52

CAHS 76, SAHS 52

At Dyer Brook, the Central Aroostook Panthers of Mars Hill placed four players in double figures and capped a 17-1 regular season with the win over the host Southern Aroostook Warriors.

Matt Townsend led Central Aroostook with 20 points. Ben Allen netted 11 and Randy Libby and Mitchell Orser added 10 apiece.

Kyle Fox scored 19 points and 16 rebounds for the Warriors. Matt Burpee finished with 15.

Central Aroostook (17-1) 76

Mahan 0-2-2, Boyd 1-0-2, Orser 3-4-10, Kearney 1-1-3, Brewer 2-4-8, Townsend 9-0-20, Locke 0-2-2, Allen 5-1-11, Libby 4-2-10, Shaw 3-0-6, MacDonald 1-0-2 Southern Aroostook (3-13) 52

M. Burpee 3-9-15, A. Burpee 1-1-3, Fox 7-5-19, Hunt 2-1-5, Greenlaw 2-2-6, Rockwell 2-2-6, Jones 1-0-2, White, Brooks, Porter

3-pt. goals: Townsend 2 Central Aroostook 14 33 52 76 Southern Aroostook 12 24 36 52

JV: Southern Aroostook 67, Central Aroostook 65

Hodgdon 80, Fort Kent 58

At Hodgdon, Jared Stewart scored his 1,000th career point in the third quarter as the Hawks held Fort Kent to 16 second half points.

Stewart finished the game with 22 points and eight rebounds, returning to the game following a hand injury. Glen Cole added 13 points, Justin Gricus pumped in 12, and Jeremy White 10. Roman Karnes grabbed 20 rebounds.

Corey Thibodeau lead Fort Kent with 20 points and 18 rebounds, and Brad Curry added 15.

Fort Kent (13-5) 58

C. Thibodeau 10-0-20, Curry 7-1-15, Martin 3-1-9, Berthiaume 3-0-8, D. McBrearity 2-0-4, M. Thibodeau 1-0-2, Boucher, J. Thibodeau, Michaud, Pelletier, R. McBrearity

Hodgdon (14-3) 80

Stewart 8-4-22, Cole 6-0-13, Gricus 5-2-12, White 4-2-10, S. Henderson 4-0-9, Karnes 4-0-8, Sjoberg 2-0-4, Folsom 1-0-2, A. Henderson, C. Quint, J. Quint

3 pt. goals: Martin 2, Berthiaume 2; Stewart 2, Cole, S. Henderson Fort Kent 26 42 52 58 Hodgdon 23 48 62 80

JV: Hodgdon 68, Fort Kent 60

Lawrence 77, Messal’skee 46

At Oakland, Tommy Reynolds had 18 points, 10 steals, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds to spearhead the victorious Bulldogs from Fairfield.

Alan Richards also scored 18 points for Lawrence. Billy Cole added 17 points and 7 rebounds. Mike Hamlin scored 11 points.

For Messalonskee, Eric Lewis led with 11 points.

Lawrence (13-2) 77

Seeley 1-0-2, Harrison 0-2-2, Winship 2-0-4, Richards 6-5-18, Hiltz 0-1-1, Reynolds 7-4-18, Cole 4-8-17, Hamlin 5-1-11, Fortier 0-4-4 Messalonskee (1-13) 46

Lewis 4-2-11, Pillsbury 1-0-3, McNeil 1-0-2, Ulmer 0-4-4, Henderson 0-2-2, Doyle 2-4-8, Lenfesty 0-1-1, Woodworth 2-0-4, Poulin 2-5-9, Hebda 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Richards, Cole; Lewis, Pillsbury Lawrence 16 33 51 77 Messalonskee 12 22 33 46

Ellsworth 75, Bucksport 63

At Ellsworth, Ben Hamilton tossed in 23 points and Dana Hodgkins added 14 more as the Eagles closed out the regular season with a win.

Marc LeClerc added 13 points for Ellsworth.

For Bucksport, Mike Farnham led with 24 points. Eric Curtis scored 15 and Nate Bowden chipped in with 13.

Ellsworth (10-8) 75

Hamilton 10-0-23, Merritt 2-2-7, LeClerc 5-2-13, Thomas 0-0-0, Harriman 1-2-4, Stiffle 0-3-3, Hodgkins 4-6-14, Newman 1-0-2, Hellum 4-1-9 Bucksport (10-8) 63

Stewart 3-0-7, Curtis 2-9-15, Bowden 5-1-13, Gobel 1-0-2, Ahart 1-0-2, Farnham 6-12-24

3-pt. goals: Hamilton 3, Merritt, LeClerc; Stewart, Curtis 2, Bowden 2 Bucksport 9 28 40 63 Ellsworth 18 35 51 75

JV: Ellsworth 61, Bucksport 49

Orono 57, John Bapst 54

At the Bangor Auditorium, Orono held off a late John Bapst surge behind Shawn Hews’ 14-point effort as the Red Riots closed out the regular season with a win.

Aaron Gavett added 10 points for Orono.

For John Bapst, Norman Loukes led with 19 points. Ryan Thomas chipped in with 11.

Orono (15-3) 57

Myers 1-2-4, Hews 6-2-14, White 0-0-0, Salvage 3-1-7, Thibodeau 4-1-9, Pyle 1-0-2, Gavett 5-0-10, Stinson 3-1-7, Main 2-0-4 John Bapst (9-9) 54

Thomas 5-1-11, Loukes 5-9-19, Melvin 2-0-4, Halben 1-0-2, Baxter 3-3-9, Hall 4-1-9, Dzurec 0-0-0, Buswell 0-0-0

3-pt. goals: none Orono 12 20 37 57 John Bapst 6 16 30 54

Cam-Rock 70, Rockland 61

At Camden, 6-foot-7 junior Dale Landrith and 6-foot-3 senior Mike Geisler combined for 44 points and 33 rebounds as the Windjammers turned away rival Rockland.

Geisler scored 23 points and grabbed 19 rebounds and Landrith had 21 points and 14 boards for Camden-Rockport. Corey Staples scored 16 more for the winners.

Mike Norton led the Tigers with 17 points, while Ryan Baker and Cam Brown had 11 each.

Rockland (8-10) 61

Norton 7-3-17, Baker 4-3-11, Brown 4-3-11, York 3-1-6, Seavey 3-0-8, Savage 1-4-7, Fowlie 0-1-1, Black, Breen, Gledhill, Goeke, Cook Camden-Rockport (16-2) 70

Geisler 10-3-23, Landrith 8-5-21, Staples 3-9-16, Weatherwax 2-1-5, McKenzie 1-1-3, Clark 1-0-2, MacDonald, Travers, Sallinen, Hart, Dailey, Crabtree, Luce

3-pt. goals: Seavey 2, Savage Rockland 9 24 46 61 Camden-Rockport 25 42 53 70

JV: Camden-Rockport 72, Rockland 51

Waterville 73, Skowhegan 61

At Skowhegan, Darren Meader scored 18 second half points as the Panthers picked up the victory.

Meader finished with 34 points, and Jason Achorn pumped in 20 for Waterville.

Nham Meisner lead Showhegan with 14 points, while Woddy Moore and Seth Searls added 12 each.

Waterville (12-3) 73

Meader 12-7-34, Acorn 4-9-20, Hamel 1-4-6, Bailey 3-0-6, Nadeau 2-0-4, Bowen 0-2-2, Scott 0-1-1, Gordon, Labbe, Bragg, Hanley

Skowhegan (11-4) 61

Meisner 6-2-14, Moore 4-3-12, Searles 4-4-12, Jarvis 3-2-9, Fitzpatrick 2-0-6, Lauze 1-3-5, Arnold 1-0-3, Kane, Conway, Hight, Domareki

3-pt. goals: Meader 3, Acorn 3; Fitzpartick 2, Moore, Arnold, Jarvis Waterville 15 33 54 73 Skowhegan 11 25 43 61

JV: Skowhegan 53, Waterville 50

Foxcroft Academy 70, PCHS 53

At Dover-Foxcroft Thursday, Duane Walton and Derek Grant scored eight points apiece to spark a 25-10 fourth quarter as the Ponies came away with the win.

Walton finished with 23 points, 17 rebounds, and seven blocked shots for Foxcroft Academy, while Grant finished with 18 points.

Matt Thomas and Dan Cookson led Piscataquis Community of Guilford with 15 points each. Kam Kimball netted 10.

Piscataquis Community (11-7) 53

Thomas 6-3-15, Kimball 4-2-10, Shearer 3-1-7, Cookson 7-1-15, Graffam 3-0-6, King, Hachey, Draper, Brown Foxcroft Academy (6-12) 70

Walton 11-0-23, D. Grant 9-0-18, Saunders 4-0-8, Nelson 1-0-3, C. Grant 2-0-4, Lovell 1-3-5, Bragan 1-0-2, Smith 3-0-7, Estes, Sprague

3-pt. goals: Walton, Nelson Piscataquis Community 17 26 43 53 Foxcroft Academy 12 32 45 70

JV: Foxcroft 75, PCHS 57


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