March 29, 2020
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Quint heroics lead Hodgdon to 5th victory

HODGDON – Holly Quint nailed a 3-pointer with 30 seconds left, then Amanda Quint made one of two from the foul line in the closing seconds Monday night as the Hawks eked out a 44-42 schoolgirl basketball victory over the Tigers.

Hodgdon limited Fort Fairfield to four points in the fourth quarter, including a late basket by Sarah Nason that kept the Tigers close. Holly Quint paced the Hawks with 13 points and Mia Chabot netted 12.

Kathy Russell tossed in a game-high 16 points for Fort.

Fort Fairfield (5-4) 42

McCrea 3-0-6, VanderWende, Bubar 1-0-2, Nason 4-0-8, Russell 6-2-16, Jewett 4-0-8 Hodgdon (5-3) 44

Beals, London, Fitzpatrick 1-0-2, Aldrich 2-0-4, Chabot 4-4-12, Wallace 1-2-4, H. Quint 6-0-13, A. Quint 3-3-9

3-pt. goals: Russell 2; H. Quint Fort Fairfield 14 22 38 42 Hodgdon 11 21 33 44

JV: Hodgdon 45, Fort Fairfield 40

Wisdom 78, Limestone 32

At St. Agatha, Tracy Guerrette scored 18 points, made 10 assists and grabbed six rebounds to help the Pioneers roll to victory.

Loni Gervais chipped in with 18 points for the winners.

Amy Berube paced Limestone with 10 points.

Limestone (3-5) 32

St. Pierre 0-2-2, Bell 2-3-7, Dugal 2-2-6, Brooker 2-0-4, Rivard 0-3-3, Berube 5-0-10 Wisdom (8-2) 78

Paradis 1-0-2, K. Cyr 2-3-7, L. Gervais 8-3-19, Guerrette 7-2-18, Michaud 3-2-8, T. Cyr 2-0-5, J. Derosier 3-1-7, Lavoie 2-0-4, J. Gervais 4-0-8, M. Derosier, Pelletier, Lowe

3-pt. goals: Guerrette 2, T. Cyr Limestone 12 18 27 32 Wisdom 15 38 57 78

JV: Wisdom 60, Limestone 42

Katahdin 47, So. Aroostook 37

At Dyer Brook, Katahdin of Sherman Station converted seven of 11 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off Southern Aroostook.

Casey Carver scored a game-high 19 points for the Cougars, while Jill Kelley added 10, including three fourth-quarter foul shots.

Kim Collier scored 16 points for the Warriors, while Kristin Swallow pulled down 13 rebounds.

Katahdin (5-3) 47

Landry 1-0-2, Carver 8-1-19, R. Kelley 2-2-6, McNally 2-2-6, J. Kelley 3-4-10, Ordway 1-0-2, Mann Southern Aroostook (6-2) 37

Chambers 1-0-2, Collier 7-1-16, Greenlaw 2-0-4, Swallow, Diekmann, Lyons 1-1-3, Tarr 2-0-4, Edkins 1-0-2, Willigar 3-0-6, Smith

3-pt. goals: Carver 2; Collier Katahdin 8 16 31 47 So. Aroostook 8 17 25 37

JV: Southern Aroostook 39, Katahdin 33

CAHS 75, Madawaska 41

At Mars Hill, Jaime Alexander connected on five 3-pointers to score 37 points for Central Aroostook.

Tiffany Nelson finished with 11 for Madawaska.

Madawaska (1-5) 41

Nelson 3-4-11, Cyr 3-1-7, Gagnon 2-2-6, Pelletier, Hutching 2-1-5, Daigle 2-1-5, Fournier, Deschaine 0-1-1, Hebert, Nadeau 2-2-6 Central Aroostook (10-0) 75

J. Alexander 12-8-37, Lunn 4-1-11, Robinson 4-0-8, Whited 2-2-6, Mahan 1-1-3, Boyd 1-0-2, Pratt 1-0-2, Long 1-0-2, T. Alexander 2-0-4, Bell, Lundeen, Dyer

3-pt. goals: Alexander 5, Lunn 2; Nelson Madawaska 4 13 25 41 Central Aroostook 13 36 53 75

JV: Central Aroostook 62, Madawaska 41

Washburn 58, Easton 14

At Washburn, Billie Jo Fitzherbert scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Beavers’ victory.

Amanda Umphrey scored eight points and tallied 12 steals. Wendy Carson finished with eight points.

Sarah Hopkins scored Easton’s team-high seven points.

Easton (0-9) 14

Hopkins 1-5-7, Blackstone 2-0-5, K. Williams 1-0-2, Sutherland, Manning-Harris, Rice, Sullivan, M. Williams, Spiers Washburn (2-8) 58

Hafford 3-0-6, Busse 1-2-4, Doody 3-1-7, Howard 1-0-3, Flanigan 1-0-3, Carson 4-0-8, Fitzherbert 5-2-12, Woollard 1-0-2, Umphrey 4-0-8, Conley 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Blackstone; Howard, Flanigan Easton 1 1 12 14 Washburn 6 29 40 58

JV: Washburn freshmen 55, Presque Isle 25

MDI 69, GSA 55

At Mount Desert Island, Crystal Graves poured in 20 points and Melissa Gott chipped in with 13 for the Trojans.

Katy Lawson added 12 for MDI.

For George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill, Nikki Allen scored the team-high 17 points. Mandi Allen finished with 16 and Lora Trenkle tallied 11 points for the Eagles.

George Stevens Academy (5-2) 55

N. Allen 6-1-17, M. Allen 6-4-16, Trenkle 4-3-11, Pemberton 3-3-9, Ashe 1-0-2, Jackson, Haney, Bishop Mount Desert Island (8-1) 69

Graves 8-2-20, M. Gott 5-3-13, Lawson 3-6-12, Stetler 4-0-8, Kaldro 2-0-4, J. Gott 2-0-4, Reed 1-1-3, Walls 1-0-3, Haskell 1-0-2, Kane

3-pt. goals: Graves 2, Walls; N. Allen 4 GSA 18 34 42 55 MDI 23 38 52 69

JV:GSA 60, MDI 28

Boys basketball

Presque Isle 73, Fort Kent 33

At Presque Isle, John Blanchard had the team-high 13 points and grabbed four rebounds for the Wildcat victory.

Chris Tuttle and Marc Wood each added 10 points for Presque Isle.

Chad Fournier had the game-high 18 points for Fort Kent.

Fort Kent (3-3) 33

Drolet 1-0-3, Lovley 1-0-2, Raymond, Desjardins 0-1-1, Murphy, Murray 2-0-5, Morneault 1-0-2, Caron, Fournier 7-4-18, Daigle, Nadeau 1-0-2 Presque Isle (4-3) 73

Larsen 3-0-7, Donovan, Tuttle 4-0-10, McPherson 4-0-8, Blanchard 5-3-13, Gardiner 2-0-5, Constant 2-1-5, Graves 1-0-3, Wood 4-2-10, Robertson 3-0-6, Czosnek 1-0-3, Griffin 0-3-3

3-pt. goals: Tuttle 2, Larsen, Gardiner, Graves, Czosnek; Drolet, Murray Fort Kent 11 17 23 33 Presque Isle 18 34 45 73

JV: Presque Isle 62, Fort Kent 49

Narraguagus 60, GSA 59

At Blue Hill Saturday, 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 visiting Knights dribbled away the last second for the win.

Jared Look led 6-1 ‘Guagus with 27 points. Centrale Williams and Nick Lyford scored 13 and 12 points, respectively.

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, ‘Guagus 53


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