November 18, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Gardner free throws propel Orono to OT win

ORONO – Sue Gardner stepped to the free-throw line with two seconds left in overtime and sank both shots to give the Red Riots a 46-44 schoolgirl basketball win over Bucksport on Saturday.

Orono’s Jen Freese scored on a put-back with one second left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Gardner finished with a game-high 24 points and Freese added 10.

Christy Grover led the Golden Bucks with 14 points and Christina Wheeler and Richelle Downes chipped in 10 each.

Bucksport (11-5) 44

Ready 1-0-2, Wheeler 4-2-10, Lord 3-0-6, Downes 4-2-10, Grover 6-2-14, Wardwell 0-2-2, Jellison Orono (15-1) 46

Dekanich 1-2-4, Freese 4-2-10, Gagnon 1-1-3, Gardner 8-5-24, Libby 2-0-4, Ventura 0-1-1, McCorison, MacNevin

3-pt. goals: Gardner 3 Bucksport 8 15 27 42 Orono 5 13 24 42 46

JV: Bucksport 50, Orono 35

Presque Isle 33, Hampden 30

At Presque Isle, the Wildcats clawed their way to victory after a tight defensive game.

Rachel Underwood hit a 3-pointer on her way to 12 points, and Kim Condon added nine.

Jessica Hopkins led the Broncos with 16 points, and Amy-Jo Crawford had eight.

Hampden Academy (10-3) 30

Hopkins 5-6-16, Crawford 3-2-8, Rodgerson 1-0-2, Hathaway 1-0-2, Smith 1-0-2, Bartlett, O’Connor, Peet Presque Isle (10-3) 33

Underwood 5-1-12, Condon 4-1-9, Reynolds 2-2-6, Pulcifer 2-2-6, Donovan, Peers, McAllister, Norsworthy, Hyper

3-pt. goals: Underwood Hampden Acad. 8 15 21 30 Presque Isle 7 15 28 33

Old Town 62, Caribou 60

At Caribou, Kelly Emerson led the Old Town attack with 13 points as the Indians downed the Vikings.

Kendra Brown tossed in 11 for the winners.

Erin Cole-Karagory poured in a game-high 32 points to lead Caribou and Carlyn McCormack netted 15.

Old Town (10-3) 62

Chaisson 1-0-2, Emerson 4-2-13, Case 3-2-8, McDonald 1-2-5, Dolley 1-1-3, Perry 2-0-4, Pardilla 2-4-8, Brown 5-1-11, Susi 3-2-8 Caribou (8-6) 60

Corey 0-3-3, Landeen 1-0-2, Michaud, A. Anderson 0-1-1, Jose 2-0-4, F. Anderson 1-1-3, Cole-Karagory 9-12-32, Hunter, McCormack 5-5-15

3-pt. goals: Emerson 3, McDonald; Cole-Karagory 2 Old Town 16 35 50 62 Caribou 6 24 39 60

Calais 95, Mattanawcook 26

At Calais, Kelly Dow and Holli Tapley each scored 21 points to lead the Blue Devils to their 16th victory.

Abby Carter scored 17 points, Jean DelMonaco tossed in 12 and Erika Severance added 10 for undefeated Calais.

Laura LaVallee led Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln with eight points.

Mattanawcook (4-11) 26

LaVallee 3-2-8, Mayo 3-0-6, Jandreau 1-2-4, Lyons 0-2-2, Taylor 1-0-2, Hainer 1-2-4, Reardon, Clifford, Lowell Calais (16-0) 95

Dow 9-1-21, Tapley 8-4-21, A. Carter 7-2-17, DelMonaco 5-2-12, Severance 4-2-10, Donovan 1-0-2, Farrell 1-0-2, MacMannis 1-0-2, Gower 1-0-2, K. Carter, Sockabasin, Clark

3-point goals: Dow 2, Tapley, A. Carter Mattanawcook 9 16 18 26 Calais 26 51 72 95

JV: Calais 43, Mattanawcook 34

Shead 54, Bangor Christian 33

At Eastport, Bobbi-Lea Ricker scored a game-high 12 points to lead the Tigers of Eastport to the win.

Bobbie Stuart and Erin Klentzman had 10 points each for the winners.

Trisha Matula led the Patriots with her 10 points.

Bangor Christian (5-11) 33

Matula 5-0-10, Haverlock 1-0-2, Sobey 3-3-9, Meserve 1-0-2, Carmichael 2-0-4, Brewster 3-0-6, Niles, Regan, Carson, Treadwell, Rockwell Shead (11-5) 54

Thompson 2-2-6, Stuart 3-4-10, Ricker 4-3-12, Klentzman 3-4-10, Lingley 2-2-6, Mills 3-0-6, Ingersoll 1-0-2, Altvator, Seeley, Preston

3-pt. goals: Ricker Bangor Christian 6 12 21 33 Shead 8 20 36 54

Penquis 78, George Stevens 59

At Milo, the Patriots’ 23-12 march through the third quarter gave them the win.

Kerri Russell powered the Penquis’ push with eight of her 27 points, and finished with eight assists and five steals. Erin Weston added seven third-quarter points on her way to 17.

Deirdre Disney-Hoey kept the Eagles close early with 18 points. Kara Henderson added 14 points and Erin Ledien had 10.

George Stevens Acad. (9-6) 59

Astbury 2-0-4, Ledien 5-0-10, Harrison 0-1-1, McGraw, Carver 3-1-7, Willey 0-1-1, Disney-Hoey 8-2-18, Henderson 7-0-14, Haskell 0-2-2, Lepper, Pemberton 1-0-2 Penquis Valley (13-2) 78

K. Russell 10-6-27, C. Russell 1-2-4, Laux 1-0-2, Demer, Hamlin 3-0-6, Lavigne 3-2-9, Weston 7-3-17, Gray 2-0-4, Chessa 3-1-7, Zimmerman, Nuite, Bowen, Marey 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: K. Russell, Lavigne George Stevens 16 31 43 59 Penquis 18 38 61 78

JV: George Stevens 34, Penquis 30

Maranacook 47, Central 45

At East Corinth, Jessica Demers made two free throws with five seconds to play, lifting Maranacook of Readfield to victory.

Demers tossed in 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Black Bears, who held the Red Devils to six points, no field goals, in the fourth quarter.

Lisa Seger scored 14 points and snatched 11 rebounds for Central and Kristi Clement netted 12 points.

Maranacook (7-9) 47

Gasper 1-1-3, Masse 1-2-4, Demers 8-6-24, Mason, Snowden, Pruett 2-5-9, Whitten 1-2-4, Durton 2-0-4, Sylvester Central (8-8) 45

Seger 6-1-14, Withee 2-1-5, Bracy, Bailey 2-0-4, Clement 4-4-12, Dow, Wright, Mo. Cookson 2-1-5, Ma. Cookson, Allen 1-3-5

3-pt. goals: Demers 2; Seger Maranacook 12 16 29 47 Central 12 25 39 45

JV: Central 49, Maine Central Institute 41

MDI 63, Ellsworth 35

At Mount Desert Island, Jamey Lewis led the Trojan attack with her 12 points as they collected their 13th win.

Brianne Barker and Shelagh Slack added eight points each.

Stacy Snow led the Eagles with 12 points and nine rebounds.

Ellsworth (1-15) 35

Snow 5-2-12, Hildreth 3-0-6, Saunders 2-0-6, Page 2-2-6, Lemar 0-2-2, Stetler 1-0-2, Billings 0-1-1, L. Snow, Robideaux, Griffeths, Beekman MDI (13-3) 63

Lewis 6-0-12, Barker 4-0-8, Slack 2-4-8, Emory 3-0-7, Shaw 2-0-5, Doyle 2-0-5, Sharp 2-1-5, Joy 2-0-4, Hackett 1-2-4, Haskell 1-0-2, Lawson 0-3-3

3-pt. goals: Emory, Shaw, Doyle; Saunders 2 Ellsworth 7 15 25 35 MDI 13 31 44 63

JV: MDI 57, Ellsworth 38

Nokomis 48, Oxford Hills 35

At Newport, the Warriors held the Vikings to only two points in the third quarter to earn the victory.

Katie Nye led Nokomis with 14 points, Kylie Turner scored 12, and Kate Burgess added 11.

Trish Jendrick paced Oxford Hills with her eight points.

Oxford Hills (4-8) 35

Sneed 2-3-7, Ktoir 0-1-1, York 2-2-6, Jendrick 2-4-8, McIntyre 1-0-2, Wyman 1-0-2, Webber 1-1-3, Morrison 1-4-6 Nokomis (6-6) 48

Crudell 0-1-1, Burgess 4-1-11, J. Nye 0-4-4, K. Nye 4-6-14, Turner 6-0-12, Nickerson 2-2-6, Coppa, Pelkey

3-pt. goals: Burgess 2 Oxford Hills 12 21 23 35 Nokomis 7 25 32 48

JV: Nokomis 46, Oxford Hills 31

Rockland 48, John Bapst 43

At Rockland, Jody Kenniston scored 10 of Rockland’s 12 points in a 12-5 second-quarter run to defeat the Crusaders of Bangor.

Kenniston paced the winners with 31 points and nine rebounds.

Megan Goggins scored 12 points for John Bapst.

John Bapst (6-10) 43

Albair 2-4-9, Miragliuolo 1-2-4, Young 1-1-3, V. Moore 2-0-4, M. Goggins 4-4-12, Donnell, Lawlar 3-1-7, C. Moore 2-0-4 Rockland (11-5) 48

Stevens, Dowling 3-0-6, Peters, Gushee 1-0-2, Kenniston 11-8-31, Mazurek 2-0-4, Lowe, Waterman 1-3-5

3-pt. goals: Albair; Kenniston John Bapst 4 19 24 43 Rockland 9 25 37 48

JV: Rockland 44, John Bapst 34

Hodgdon 42, CAHS 39

At Hodgdon, the Hawks limited Central Aroostook to three points in the fourth quarter to pull out the victory.

Jodi Quint paced Hodgdon with 14 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots.

Jessica Clark’s 10-point, 12-rebound performance led the way for the Panthers from Mars Hill.

Central Aroostook (11-6) 39

Clark 4-2-10, Alexander 4-1-9, Lunn 1-0-2, Whited 0-1-1, Lalone 3-0-7, Mahan 1-0-2, Dyer 2-2-8, Smith Hodgdon (12-2) 42

J. Quint 7-0-14, Brown 3-0-6, Duff 2-1-6, Ivey 3-2-8, Chabot 1-0-2, C. Aldrich 1-0-3, T. Aldrich 1-0-3, A. Quint

3-pt. goals: Lalone, Dyer 2; Duff, C. Aldrich, T. Aldrich CAHS 9 20 36 39 Hodgdon 14 25 33 42

JV: Central Aroostook 60, Hodgdon 57 (OT)

Houlton 57, Fort Fairfield 28

At Houlton, the Shiretowners held the Tigers scorless in the first quarter en route to the easy win.

Jen Bell led all scorers with 15 points and Stephanie McCarthy added 10.

For Fort Fairfield, Lindsay Nightingale tossed in 11 points.

Fort Fairfield (7-9) 28

Beckwith 0-1-1, Mraz 0-3-3, Clark, Doak, Nathan 3-3-9, Nightingale 3-5-11, Bubar, Russell 1-0-2, Jewett 1-0-2 Houlton (11-5) 57

Upton 3-1-8, Kelley 1-0-2, Gray 1-0-2, Gentle 0-2-2, McCarthy 4-1-10, Mersereau, McNutt 3-2-8, Wilde 0-1-1, Shaw 1-0-2, Cowperthwaite, Bell 7-1-15, Thomas 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Upton, McCarthy Fort Fairfield 0 10 19 28 Houlton 11 26 39 57

JV: Houlton 48, Fort Fairfield 20

East Grand 45, Lubec 27

At Danforth, Megan Amero tossed in 11 points to lead the Vikings to their ninth win.

Lubec was led by Morgan Buehner’s nine points.

Lubec (4-9) 72

Pratt 4-0-8, Robinson 2-0-4, Archer 1-0-2, Buehner 3-3-9, Wasson 1-0-2, Feltner 1-0-2, Stevens, Case, Cole, Collins East Grand (9-6) 45

D. Shay 1-0-2, M. Shain 4-0-8, Thornton 4-0-8, Godley 2-0-4, Amero 5-1-11, A. Brackett, Hafford, R. Shain, Cropley, Mason, T. Brackett, Lee, Young, Downes

3-pt. goals: none Lubec 5 8 17 27 East Grand 16 22 33 45


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