April 02, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Crawford, Rodgerson, Smith lead Hampden by PI

HAMPDEN – The Hampden Academy Broncos used a balanced scoring attack to notch a 61-56 schoolgirl basketball victory over the Presque Isle Wildcats Saturday.

Amy Jo Crawford tossed in 19 points for Hampden, Amanda Rodgerson added 16 and Jody Smith put in 13.

Brianna Blanchard scored a game-high 28 points for PI.

Presque Isle (3-3) 56

Blanchard 10-4-28, Peers 3-6-14, McPherson 3-0-6, Hayward 1-0-3, Piper 1-1-3, Pilley 1-0-2, Milliard, Hallett Hampden (5-1) 61

Crawford 7-3-19, Rodgerson 7-2-16, Smith 4-2-13, Peet 4-0-8, Ross 1-0-3, O’Donnell 1-0-2, Estey, Baeza-Miller

3-pt. goals: Blanchard 4, Peers 2, Hayward; Crawford 2, Smith 3, Ross Presque Isle 19 31 43 56 Hampden 19 38 46 61

JV: Hampden 31, Presque Isle 19

Stearns 64, Hermon 51

At Millinocket, Amanda Ripton scored 28 points and notched five assists to lead Stearns.

Katie Calligan netted 24 points for the Hawks, who were 24-for-36 from the foul line. Dawn Cyr added 11 points.

Hermon (0-7) 51

Calligan 6-11-24, Darrah 0-2-2, Stevens 1-0-2, Overlook 1-2-4, Cyr 3-3-11, Duplisea 1-4-6, Small 0-2-2, Hichborn, Doughty, Lane Stearns (5-3) 64

N. Boynton 0-1-1, Shead 3-0-6, Larlee 2-4-8, S. Boynton 4-0-8, Ripton 8-10-28, Morse 1-0-2, Page 5-1-11, Legassey

3-pt. goals: Ripton 2; Calligan Stearns 22 30 47 64 Hermon 10 2 33 51

JV: Hermon 33, Stearns 29

Lee Academy 48, Central 38

At East Corinth, Shanonn Cole and Katie Cormier combined for 21 points for Lee Academy.

Sarah Matulis led Central with 11 points and Jen Greatorex added 10.

Lee Academy (2-6) 48

Cole 4-3-11, Cormier 4-2-10, Nute 2-0-4, Jipson 2-1-5, House 2-1-5, Scott 1-2-4, Fogg 1-0-2, Worster 1-0-2, Linscott 1-1-3, Krapf 1-0-2, Bowen Central (2-6) 38

Matulis 4-3-11, Greatorex 3-2-10, Young 2-1-5, Downs 1-1-3, Rozelle 1-0-2, Cookson 1-2-4, Iwaniszek 0-2-2, Strout 0-1-1, Blish, Libby, Stevens

3-pt. goals: Greatorex 2 Lee 6 20 32 48 Central 2 16 20 38

JV: Central 67, Lee 37

Bangor 57, Nokomis 49

At Newport, Bangor outscored Nokomis 11-1 over the first five minutes of the game and held the lead to secure the victory.

Emily Morse, Kristin Strout and Kara Crockett led the Rams by scoring 10 points apiece.

Laura Pelkey netted a game-high 15 points for Nokomis. Kristy Pine contributed 12 points and Tonya Cray grabbed 10 rebounds.

Bangor (3-2) 57

Dionne 1-0-2, Strout 3-4-10, Morse 4-1-10, Frazier 3-0-9, Curtis, Wright 0-3-3, Smith 3-1-7, Hutchinson, Kenney, Crockett 4-2-10, Harriman 2-2-6 Nokomis (1-3) 49

Kurro, Mendell 1-0-3, L. Pelkey 6-3-15, A. Pelkey 1-0-3, Pine 4-3-12, Cray 2-3-7, Faloon 1-0-3, Nickerson 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: Frazier 3, Morse; Mendell, A. Pelkey, Pine, Faloon Bangor 11 30 41 57 Nokomis 6 20 31 49

JV: Bangor 62, Nokomis 46

Dexter 28, Sumner 21

At Dexter, Megan Hughes scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had six steals to lead Dexter.

Stacie Warren led Sumner with seven points.

Sumner (2-5) 21

Mickel 1-0-2, Scott 2-2-6, Burrell 1-0-2, Lane 2-0-4, Warren 1-5-7, Willey, Richardson, Defilippo Dexter (5-3) 28

Titus 1-3-5, Clukey 1-2-4, McKusick 0-1-1, Hughes 3-4-10, McCormick 1-0-2, Gilbert 3-0-6, Haskell, McKinley

3-pt. goals: none Sumner 4 12 19 21 Dexter 6 14 21 28

JV: Dexter 33, Sumner 29

John Bapst 47, MCI 43

At Eastern Maine Technical College in Bangor, Vanessa Moore led a 10-point, fourth-quarter turnaround with six free throws as the Crusaders rallied to defeat the Huskies.

Erin Pooler led John Bapst with 15 points. Kira Young added 11 points and Moore contributed 10.

Amanda Leavitt and Kirsten Hanson led Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield with 10 points apiece.

MCI (5-2) 43

Leavitt 4-2-10, Hanson 4-2-10, Hodges 3-0-7, Crudell 2-2-6, Bradeen 3-0-6, Brown 2-0-4, Jensen, Raleigh, Baker, Graham John Bapst (4-4) 47

Pooler 7-1-15, K. Young 4-3-11, Moore 1-8-10, Albair 1-2-4, Evans 2-0-4, M. Young 1-1-3, Sockbeson

3-pt. goals: Hodges MCI 11 28 37 43 John Bapst 11 23 31 47

JV: John Bapst 47, MCI 27

Camden-Rock. 75, Maranacook 47

At Camden, Megan Cressler played just half the game, yet she still bolstered the Windjammers to the win with 13 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

Anna Sommo added 14 points and Megan Bedford chipped in with 10.

Sika Stanton scored 15 points for Maranacook of Readfield.

Maranacook (1-5) 47

Mason 0-2-2, Calligan 3-0-6, Stanton 3-9-15, Masse 2-8-12, Meyer 2-1-5, Sinclair 1-2-4, Pruett 0-1-1, Fike 1-0-2 Camden-Rockport (7-1) 75

Sommo 6-2-14, Bedford 4-2-10, Cressler 6-1-13, M. Brown, S. Brown 1-0-2, Neville 1-0-2, Gramm 2-0-4, Osborne 3-1-7, Williams 2-1-5, Dailey 3-0-6, Goodale 2-0-5, Stammen 1-0-2, Magro 2-0-4, Dickey 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: none Maranacook 8 15 31 47 Camden 18 47 64 75

JV: Camden-Rockport 67, Maranacook 14

Boys basketball

Central 71, Lee Academy 47

At East Corinth, John King paced Central with 20 points and five rebounds.

Ryan Rivera added 13 points for the winners.

Chris Carr had 20 points and nine rebounds for Lee.

Lee Academy (2-5) 47

Carr 8-4-20, Peters 4-2-11, Ripley 2-0-6, Jacobs 1-0-3, Worster 1-1-3, Rastad 1-0-2, Nicholas 1-0-2, Wyman, Dana, Dicker Central (3-3) 71

J. King 7-6-20, Rivera 3-5-13, Salvia 4-0-8, G. King 3-1-7, Tatro 2-2-6, Staub 2-0-4, McDonald 2-0-4, McKay 3-0-6, Ladd 1-0-3, Noel

3-pt. goals: Ripley 2, Jacobs, Peters; Rivera 2, Ladd Lee 11 23 35 47 Central 25 42 54 71

Stearns 56, Orono 55

At Orono, Corey Streams scored the final three points, including the winning free throw with no time left, to give the Minutemen from Millinocket the victory.

Orono led 55-52 with three seconds left, but Matt Ayotte sank a free throw for Stearns and Streams rebounded Ayotte’s miss on the second shot and scored to tie it.

Orono then turned the ball over and Streams was fouled on the inbounds play to set up his winning free throw, which came on his second attempt. Streams paced Stearns with 23 points.

Ian Torrey scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Orono. Joe Johnson added 17 points and David Means had six steals.

Stearns (2-5) 56

Carr, J. Cote, Civiello, Streams 9-5-23, Neal, Comber 1-1-3, Fling 1-0-2, Ayotte 7-4-18, L. Cote 1-1-3, Lankhorst 3-1-7 Orono (1-7) 55

Johnson 6-0-17, Means 2-1-6, Bishop 0-1-1, Enos 1-0-2, Torrey 9-2-20, Chandler, Wade 2-0-6, Doucette 1-0-2, Markowsky 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Johnson 5, Means, Wade 2 Stearns 2 22 41 56 Orono 8 21 35 55

Searsport 61, Greenville 50

At Greenville, the Vikings built their lead to 15 points after three quarters and held on for the win.

Nate Hall led all scorers with 29 points for Searsport. Hall also grabbed 18 rebounds. Josh Tripp added 11 points.

Tom Demming and Ian Morrill led Greenville with 12 points apiece.

Searsport (2-7) 61

Hall 12-3-29, J. Tripp 3-5-11, Light 1-2-4, Tupper 1-0-2, Dudley 2-2-6, Hruby 1-1-3, Kenny 2-0-5, A. Tripp 0-1-1, Saucier, O’Rourke, Kimball, Daly, Ogden, Ward Greenville (1-7) 50

Demming 3-6-12, Morrill 3-6-12, Walden 3-5-11, Driscoll 1-2-4, Aucoin 2-0-4, Levine 2-0-4, Dinkins 1-0-2, Narbus 0-1-1, Breton, Deimer, Hanson

3-pt. goals: Hall 2, Kenny Searsport 15 28 42 61 Greenville 11 18 27 50

Narraguagus 60, GSA 59

At Blue Hill, the George Stevens Academy Eagles stormed back from an 11-point deficit in the third quarter to close within one with seconds left, but missed two foul shots with one second to play before the Knights dribbled away the last second for the win.

Jared Look led 6-1 ‘Guagus of Harrington with 27 points.

Nick Malinowski scored 23 to lead GSA and Chad Mattson added 15.

Narraguagus (6-1) 60

Williams 6-1-13, Ja. Look 8-9-27, Lyford 6-0-12, Fraser 2-0-4, Jo. Look, Crowley 2-0-4, Davis, Hall, Worcester George Stevens (2-6) 59

Malinowski 10-2-23, Mattson 6-2-15, Austin, Foss 1-1-3, Cole 3-0-7, Allen, Sadlier 3-1-7, Hutchins 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Ja. Look 2; Mattson, Cole Narraguagus 18 37 45 60 George Stevens 11 26 40 59

JV: George Stevens 65, Narraguagus 53

Sumner 72, Washington Acad. 64

At East Sullivan Friday night, Willy Seward scored 14 of his game-high 24 points in the first quarter for Sumner to give them the early lead.

Jeff Crowley scored 11 points and Justin Ossolinski had 14 points and 10 rebound for the winners.

Washington Academy (7-1) 64

Smith 7-4-20, Ashby 7-1-18, Wood 2-0-4, Ramsdell 3-2-8, Saumur 2-0-4, Look 1-0-2, Davis 2-4-8 Sumner (5-2) 72

Seward 10-2-24, Ossolinski 7-0-14, Crowley 3-5-11, Williams 4-1-9, Welch 1-0-3, Bickford 2-0-4, Freeman 1-3-5, Fisher 1-0-2, Pruett

3-pt. goals: Smith 2, Ashby 3; Seward 2, Welch Washington Academy 14 38 48 64 Sumner 29 38 53 72

JV: Sumner 65, Washington Academy 60


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