February 17, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Brown sparks C-R past Mount View

THORNDIKE – Stacy Brown scored eight of her 15 points to fuel a fourth-quarter surge and help carry Camden-Rockport to a 55-43 schoolgirl basketall win over Mount View Tuesday night.

The Windjammers outscored Mount View 17-6 in the final eight minutes to pull away. Amanda Roberts netted 15 points and Darrah Roberts had 10 for the winners.

Amanda Hayes powered the Mustangs with 14 points and 18 rebounds while Leslie Weed scored 12 points.

Camden-Rockport (7-10) 55

D. Roberts 5-0-10, Parker 2-1-5, Rogers 2-1-5, A. Roberts 7-1-15, Berg 2-1-5, Hibbard, Cleveland, Pease, Hopkins, Thatcher Mount View (7-10) 43

Weed 5-0-12, Wood 3-0-6, Cochrane 1-0-2, Williams 3-0-9, Hayes 6-2-14, Aitken, White, Nason

3-pt. goals: Weed 2, Williams 3 Camden-Rockport 12 20 38 55 Mount View 12 20 37 43

JV: Camden-Rockport 42, Mount View 37

Stearns 37, John Bapst 35

At the Bangor Auditorium, Kelly Gates and Rachelle Cummings scored four points each in the fourth quarter as the Minutemen pulled ahead in the final minutes to beat the Crusaders.

Gates led the Minutemen from Millinocket with 13 points and Cara Moir contributed 11.

Becky Goggins powered the Crusaders with 18 points.

Stearns (14-3) 37

Boyington, Gates 5-3-13, Cummings 4-1-9, MacArthur, Moir 5-1-11, Alley 1-2-4, Ryan John Bapst (10-7) 35

Collenburg 2-0-4, Lolar 3-1-7, Berry, Pardilla 2-0-4, McCabe 1-0-2, M. Goggins, B. Goggins 8-2-18

3-pt. goals: none Stearns 6 13 23 37 John Bapst 8 16 27 35

JV: Stearns 23, John Bapst 18

Lawrence 62, Brewer 41

At Fairfield, a 17-point effort from Chrissy Roy, combined with 13 points from Carolyn Tabone and 11 from Erika Veilleux, allowed Lawrence to come away with the win over Brewer.

Brynn Clough led the Witches with 13 points, and Sara Burnett added 10 in a losing effort.

Brewer (8-6) 41

Clough 5-3-13, Burnett 5-0-10, Flagg 1-2-4, Hewes 2-0-4, Garland 2-0-4, Ferris 1-0-2, Sevigny 2-0-4, Brudges, Cammack Lawrence (10-4) 62

Roy 7-3-17, Tabone 5-3-13, Veilleux 3-5-11, Johnston 1-1-3, St. Thomas 1-0-2, M. Clark 3-0-7, Jonassen 0-1-1, Bogle 2-1-6, S. Clark 1-0-2, Lovitz

3-pt. goals: M. Clark, Bogle Brewer 14 24 30 41 Lawrence 14 21 45 62

JV: Lawrence 56, Brewer 55

Lubec 33, Temple Christian 17

At Lubec, the Hornets outscored the Seahawks 11-2 in the second quarter to take the lead for good.

Abby Pratt powered the Hornets with a game-high 11 points.

Sarah Cousins led the Seahawks with eight points.

Temple Christian (2-11) 17

L. Cousins 2-0-4, S. Cousins 4-0-8, M. Cousins 1-0-2, Logan 1-0-2, N. Stranova 0-1-1, Reed, D. Stranova Lubec (5-11) 33

Robinson 4-0-8, Pratt 4-3-11, Riggs 0-1-1, M. Davis 4-1-9, Rogers 1-2-4, Matthews, Norris, L. Davis, Archer

3-pt. goals: none Temple Christian 6 8 15 17 Lubec 2 13 24 33

Orono 51, Ellsworth 36

At Orono, Jen Freese’s 16-point effort helped the Orono Red Riots notch their 13th win of the season.

Amy Taylor also contributed with 12 points for the Riots. Susan Gardiner grabbed nine rebounds.

Erin Shaw, Shannon Hamilton, and Amanda Auld each scored 10 points for the Eagles.

Ellsworth (9-8) 36

Shaw 3-4-10, Hamilton 4-2-10, Auld 4-2-10, L. Billings 1-2-4, Beekman 1-0-2, M. Billings, Palmer, Snow, Hildreth Orono (13-4) 51

Taylor 5-0-12, Freese 4-8-16, Cota, Hamilton 3-0-6, Locke 1-0-2, Upham 1-0-2, Zoerheide 1-0-2, Gagnon 3-0-6, Gardiner 1-3-5

3-pt. goals: Taylor 2 Ellsworth 8 12 21 36 Orono 12 18 30 51

JV: Orono 36, Ellsworth 24

Rockland 61, Belfast 40

At Rockland, the host Tigers got a balanced effort to key the victory over the Lions.

Jen Bosica led the Tigers with nine points.

Lisa Batchelder scored 11 for the Lions.

Belfast (0-17) 40

Batchelder 5-1-11, Annis 1-3-5, Russ 2-1-5, Maguire 1-2-4, Smith 1-0-2, Knight 2-2-6, Catlin 0-2-2, McClure 1-1-3, Bennett 1-0-2, Barry, Brown, Phillips, Luce Rockland (12-5) 61

Bosica 4-0-9, Dowling 4-0-8, Dyer 2-0-5, Lowe 2-0-4, Burgen 1-2-4, Gushee 0-2-2, Oliver 2-2-6, Kenniston 3-0-6, S. Mazurek 2-0-4, L. Mazurek 2-3-7, Waterman 1-0-2, Brickel 2-0-4, Brannan

3-pt. goals: Bosica, Dyer Belfast 4 17 27 40 Rockland 22 36 52 61

JV: Rockland 52, Belfast 38

Winslow 48, MCI 46

At Winslow, Tiffany Bona made a free throw with 4.5 seconds left to help the host Black Raiders hold on for an important victory over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

Winslow, currently 11th in Eastern Maine Class B, is battling to reach at least the ninth spot and a playoff berth. Neither team led by more than two points during a seesaw fourth quarter.

Devon Quirion led Winslow with 11 points and five assists and Bona scored 11 points. Abby White had 10 points and eight rebounds and Heather Twombly 10 points and five assists for the winners.

Alison Cropley and Jaime Jensen netted 16 points each for the Huskies.

Maine Central Institute (9-8) 46

Jensen 7-1-16, Wintle 2-0-5, Cianchette 1-0-2, Friend 2-3-7, Cropley 7-2-16, Bradeen, Hinckley, Walker Winslow (9-8) 48

Taylor, Bard 3-0-6, White 5-0-10, Twombly 4-2-10, Gordon, Bona 5-1-11, Quirion 5-0-11, Johnson, Gagnon

3-pt. goals: Jensen, Wintle; Quirion MCI 4 15 34 46 Winslow 7 25 35 48

JV: MCI 48, Winslow 35


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