April 07, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

‘Guagus girls hand Calais first loss

CALAIS – Narraguagus got eight points or more from five different players and used that balance to upend previously undefeated Calais 56-46 in schoolgirl basketball action Wednesday night.

Laura Morse paced the Knights of Harrington with 10 points.

Kristen Gower tossed in 13 and Kristen Clark had 12 for the Blue Devils.

Narragaugus () 56

Knapp 3-2-8, Skinner 3-2-8, Meserve 4-1-9, Wallace 3-1-7, Strout 3-2-8, Morse 5-0-10, Howe 3-0-6, Caler Calais (8-1) 46

J. Clark 2-3-7, Churchill 4-0-8, DeWitt 1-0-2, R. Clark 5-2-12, Gower 5-3-13, Crossman 2-0-4, Goodine, Redding, Reynolds, Francis

3-pt. goals: none Narraguagus 14 27 43 56 Calais 11 21 33 46

JV: Narraguagus 44, Calais 44

Machias 43, DI-Stonington 33

At Machias, Sarah Carter led the Bulldogs with 22 points and teammate Genevieve Rogers collected 10 rebounds.

Angie Douglas scored 10 points for the Mariners.

Deer Isle-Stonington (2-7) 33

Douglas 3-4-10, Douvarie 2-1-5, Christensen 3-0-6, Santospago 3-0-6, Gross, Fifield, Monteith Machias (3-6) 43

Carter 9-4-22, Rogers 1-4-6, Day 2-3-7, McDonald 1-1-3, Smith 1-3-5, Wood

3-pt. goals: none Deer Isle-Stonington 4 10 21 33 Machias 15 23 28 36

Ashland 44, Easton 28

At Ashland, Erin Campbell scored all 12 of her points in the third quarter to key a 20-0 Ashland outpouring in the period on Tuesday night and the Hornets posted the win.

Emily Marecaux paced the Hornets with 15 points and Amy Larson grabbed 10 rebounds.

Sarah Hopkins and Christina Spiers each tossed in eight points for Easton.

Easton (0-8) 28

Hopkins 3-2-8, Blackstone 2-2-7, Rice 1-1-3, M. Williams 1-0-2, Spiers 4-0-8, Sutherland, Manning-Harris, Sullivan, K. Williams Ashland (2-6) 44

Marecaux 4-7-15, Campbell 5-2-12, Larson 3-2-8, Belanger 2-0-4, Dwyer 1-0-2, Bennett 1-1-3, Theriault, Bessey, Millett, Muffler

3-pt. goals: Blackstone Easton 6 14 14 28 Ashland 2 10 30 44

Fort Kent 53, Fort Fairfield 46

At Fort Fairfield Tuesday, Fort Kent outscored Fort Faifield 14-4 in the fourth quarter to grab the win.

Andrea Marquis led the Warriors with 20 points and Trista Leblanc added 10.

Devin Jewett scored 12 points and hauled down 12 rebounds for the Tigers, Kiersten McCrea pumped in 12 points while Jessica Ireland and Sarah Nason added 10 points.

Fort Kent (6-3) 53

Simaud, M. Saucier 0-1-1, Leblanc 4-2-10, N. Saucier 1-0-2, Lemarr 3-2-8, Cyr 3-0-7, Harvey 1-0-2, Marquis 9-2-20, Sirois 1-1-3 Fort Fairfield (5-6) 46

McCrea 5-1-12, VanDerWende, Bubar 1-0-2, Nason 4-2-10, Cyr, Russell, Jewett 4-2-12, Ireland 4-2-10

3-pt. goals: Cyr; McCrea Fort Kent 16 28 39 53 Fort Fairfield 9 24 42 46

JV: Fort Kent 45, Fort Fairfield 31

Caribou 50, Houlton 45

At Caribou Tuesday, Tiffany Nason and Jenny Jose combined for 29 points for Caribou.

Alissa McGary and Jen Bell scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, for Houlton.

Houlton (4-5) 45

Webber 1-2-4, Socoby 1-2-4, Cowperthwaite 3-0-6, A. McGary 7-2-16, Bell 6-3-15, Gentle, E. McGary, Jackett, Prosser Caribou (2-5) 50

Butler, Kergory, Nason 6-1-17, Theriault 2-0-4, Griffeth 3-0-6, Jose 6-0-12, Monahan 4-1-9, Willey, Soucie 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Nason 4 Houlton 7 19 29 45 Caribou 12 20 41 50

JV: Caribou 40, Houlton 39

Boys basketball

Machias 60, DI-Stonington 57

At Machias, Ben Reynolds poured in 26 points for the host Bulldogs, who held on for the win.

Seth Kilton scored 14 points and Ben Edwards had 10 points for Machias.

Nick Wiberg led the Mariners with 20 points. Jacob Whitsett and Chris Hutchinson each scored 10.

Deer Isle-Stonington (6-3) 57

Wiberg 9-2-20, Whitsett 4-0-10, Hutchinson 2-6-10, Eaton 3-0-7, Carter 2-1-6, Hardy 0-2-2, Williams 1-0-2, M. Billings, J. Billings, Albert Machias (4-3) 60

Reynolds 12-1-26, Kilton 6-1-14, Edwards 5-0-10, Strachen 2-2-6, Buck 1-0-2, McCarthy 1-0-2, Snowdeal, Whitney

3-pt. goals: Reynolds, Kilton, Whitsett 2, Carter, Eaton Deer Isle-Stonington 14 26 43 57 Machias 15 36 42 60

Rockland 61, MCI 56

At Rockland, Matt Wall led four Tigers in double figures with 15 points.

Donnie Williams scored 12 points, and Travis Reynolds and John O’Dell had 10 apiece for Rockland.

Jeff Giallombardo led MCI with 15 points and Josh Plamondon had 12.

MCI (3-5) 56

J. Giallombardo 6-0-15, Plamondon 6-0-12, Vad 1-0-2, S. Giallombardo 2-2-6, Sousi 2-4-8, Cummings 2-4-8, St. Claire 2-0-5, Collins, Shirer, Smith, Littlefield, O’Brien Rockland (6-4) 61

Wall 5-2-15, Reynolds 3-2-10, O’Dell 2-6-10, Williams 2-4-12, Labree 2-0-4, Bongani 1-2-3, Stewart 3-1-7, Grindle, Tower

3-pt. goals: Wall, Reynolds 2, J. Giullondo, Gill, St. Claire MCI 8 21 37 56 Rockland 14 31 42 61

Hodgdon 65, Washburn 59

At Washburn, David Gray led Hodgdon with 19 points Tuesday night.

Jerry Hanning and Mike Wallace each had 13 points for the winners and Darren Murray added 10.

Nick Thompson scored a game-high 25 points for Washburn. Tim Gagnon and Jason Castonguay scored 11 and 10 points respectively.

Hodgdon (2-8) 65

Gray 7-3-19, Hanning 5-0-13, Wallace 3-6-13, Murray 5-0-10, Cummings 1-4-6, Blanchette 1-0-2, Hill 1-0-2 Washburn (3-9) 59

Thompson 9-5-25, Gagnon 4-0-11, Castonguay 4-2-10, Turner 1-2-4, Cunningham 1-0-3, Baker 1-0-3, Aquino 1-0-2, Collins 0-1-1, Kelley

3-pt. goals: Gray 2, Hanning 3, Wallace; Thompson 2, Gagnon 3, Cunningham, Baker Hodgdon 15 37 52 65 Washburn 12 19 28 59

JV: Hodgdon 47, Washburn 42

Houlton 94, Stearns 63

At Millinocket Tuesday, Lucas Ritchie fired in 33 points to lead Houlton to its ninth win.

Andrew Guy pumped in 16 for the Shiretowners, while Shane Lee and Michael Weston added 12 each.

Corey Streams led Stearns of Millinocket with 22 points and Matthew Ayotte added 13.

Houlton (9-0) 94

Ritchie 13-7-33, Guy 6-0-16, Lee 5-2-12, Weston 6-0-12, Austin 0-1-1, Distefano 1-0-2, Hipsley 2-2-6, Cowperthwaite 2-0-4, Trojanowski 1-2-4, Adams 1-0-2, Thomas 1-0-2, Carter Stearns (2-6) 63

Streams 6-10-22, Ayotte 5-3-13, Lankhorst 2-0-4, L. Cote 3-0-6, Comber 1-0-2, Neal 1-0-2, J. Cote 1-2-5, Carr 4-0-8, Bouchard 0-1-1, Fling, A. Civiello, G. Civiello, Folsom

3-pt. goals: Guy 4; J. Cote Houlton 22 51 79 94 Stearns 15 28 40 63

JV: Houlton 72, Stearns 43

Van Buren 68, Madawaska 62

At Van Buren, Jesse Cormier scored 20 points to pace Van Buren Tuesday night.

Kirt Castonguay and Chanel Wright each tossed in 13 points. Brian Pelletier and Nathan Marquis added 11 and 10 points respectively.

Shawn Pelletier had a game-high 26 points and 12 rebounds for Madawaska.

Madawaska (6-3) 62

Pelletier 13-0-26, Marshall 3-0-6, E. Cyr 3-0-6, Clavette 4-0-8, Nadeau 2-2-6, Pennington 5-0-10, D. Cyr, Michaud, Martin Van Buren (9-2) 68

Pelletier 3-5-11, Lajoie 0-1-1, Cormier 5-7-20, Castonguay 4-5-13, Wright 5-3-13, Sirois, Marquis 3-2-10

3-pt. goals: Cormier 3, Marquis 2 Madawaska 8 20 36 62 Van Buren 23 37 45 68

JV: Madawaska 66, Van Buren 56 Fort Fairfield 99, CAHS 93

At Mars Hill, John Hayes scored 10 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter as Fort Fairfield earned the victory Tuesday night.

Jason Cunningham scored a game-high 29 points and Doil Hayes and Chris Norsworthy each added 13.

Brandon Bell paced Central Aroostook with 25 points. Jon Codrey and Adam Orser each scored 17 points and Craig Allen added 12.

Fort Fairfield (7-2) 99

Ouellette 4-1-9, Cunningham 11-7-29, D. Hayes 4-2-13, Bugbee 4-0-8, Willette, Solomon 4-0-9, J. Hayes 7-0-18, Norsworthy 5-3-13 Central Aroostook (6-5) 93

Bradstreet 3-1-9, Codrey 8-1-17, McKenna 1-0-2, Durost 4-0-8, Allen 4-3-12, Orser 6-4-17, Fields, Walsh 1-0-3, Bell 7-6-25

3-pt. goals: D. Hayes 2, Solomon, J. Hayes 4; Bradstreet 2, Allen, Orser, Bell 5, Walsh Fort Fairfield 25 47 63 99 Central Aroostook 25 48 71 93

JV: CAHS 57, Fort Fairfield 40


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