April 05, 2020
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Sprague leads Dragons to win over Jonesport-Beals

JONESPORT – Heather Sprague poured in 21 points to lead Woodland over Jonesport-Beals 68-65 in overtime Friday in girls basketball action.

Angela Robb tossed in 16 points for the Dragons, and Ann Dolan added 10.

Tricia Carver scored a game-high 34 points for Jonesport-Beals and Renee Davis and Sam Stewart each added 10.

Woodland (7-3) 68

Ann Dolan 4-2-10, Angela Robb 7-1-16, Heather Sparague 9-3-21, Seavey 2-0-4, Noyes 2-0-4, Smith 2-5-9, Higgins 1-0-2, Brown, Wearne, Worster Jonesport-Beals (7-3) 65

Sam Stewart 4-1-10, Tricia Carver 10-14-34, Renee Davis 4-2-10, Alley 0-1-1, Andrews 0-2-2, Merchant 2-0-4, Durkee 2-0-4, Beal, Woodward

3-pt. goals: Robb; Stewart Woodland 18 31 45 59 68 Jonesport-Beals 19 29 43 59 65

JV: Jonesport-Beals 32, Woodland 31

Hodgdon 50, Madawaska 28

At Madawaska, Amanda Quint and Tracy Aldrich combined for 15 third-quarter points as the Hawks outscored the Owls 17-5 to take a commanding lead.

Aldrich led all scorers with 14 points for Hodgdon. Holly Quint and Amanda Quint added 10 points each.

Kelly Daigle paced Madawaska with 12 points.

Hodgdon (9-3) 50

Aldrich 6-0-14, Chabot 2-0-4, H. Quint 5-2-12, A. Quint 4-2-10, Suitter 1-0-2, Fitzpatrick 1-1-3, Nason 0-1-1, Wallace 0-2-2, Willett 1-0-2, Beals, London, Griffin, Bell Madawaska (1-9) 28

Daigle 6-0-12, Gagnon 3-3-9, Michaud 2-0-5, Deschaine 1-0-2, Cyr, Nadeau, Hebert, Morneault

3-pt. goals: Aldrich 2; Michaud 1 Hodgdon 12 23 40 50 Madawaska 2 10 15 28

Narraguagus 79, Lubec 19

At Lubec Thursday, Andrea Caler led the Knights of Harrington with 19 points.

Megan Skinner added 17 points for Narraguagus, which took a 29-9 halftime lead en route to the win.

Lubec’s Sara McConnell recorded a double-double with 11 points and 16 rebounds.

Narraguagus (7-2) 79

Knapp 2-0-4, Skinner 8-1-17, Meserve 1-0-2, Wallace 1-2-4, Portrie 4-0-8, Moore 1-0-2, Caler 9-1-19, Barbee 3-3-9, Strout 1-0-2, Morse 3-0-6, Beal 1-0-2, Howe 1-0-2, H. Strout Lubec (0-7) 19

Stevens 2-2-6, McConnell 5-1-11, Brown 1-0-2, Davis, Case, Jones, Campbell, Farner, Mathews, Leseur

3-pt. goals: none Narraguagus 18 29 46 79 Lubec 4 9 15 19

JV: Narraguagus 65, Lubec 28

Washington Acad. 55, Machias 26

At Machias Thursday, Becky Seeley put down 13 points to power the Raiders of East Machias.

Sarah Carter led Machias with 10 points.

Washington Academy (4-6) 55

Seeley 5-1-13, Bordeau 1-3-5, Dennison 1-1-3, Fergerson 2-4-8, Kurz 2-5-9, Ham 3-0-6, Sawyer 2-4-8, Cats 0-1-1, Francis 1-0-2, Dow, Gaddis, Stauffer, Priest, Townsend Machias (2-7) 26

Carter 4-2-10, Day 1-0-2, McDonald 0-5-5, Smith 3-1-7, Fortinin 0-2-2, Rogers, Atwood, Feeney, Wood, Armstrong, Stemplinski

3-pt. goals: Seeley 2 Washington Academy 9 26 41 55 Machias 6 14 18 26

JV: Washington Academy 34, Machias 26

Houlton 73, Fort Fairfield 64

At Houlton Thursday, Erica McGary and Jen Bell each scored eight points in the fourth quarter as Houlton outscored Fort Fairfield 28-18 for the win.

Kelly Socoby had 21 points to pace the winners and Jenny Cowperthwaite scored 17. Bell had 12 points, and McGary contributed 10.

Devin Jewett’s 22 points and Sarah Nason’s 12 points led Fort Fairfield.

Fort Fairfield (5-7) 64

Jewett 10-2-22, Nason 5-1-12, McCrea 3-0-6, VanderWende 1-0-2, Bubar 3-0-6, Cyr 1-0-2, Russell 4-0-9, Ireland 2-1-5

Houlton (5-5) 73

Socoby 8-1-21, Cowperthwaite 7-3-17, McGary 5-0-10, Bell 4-4-12, Tingley 1-0-2, Gentle 2-2-6, Prosser 2-1-5, Weber, Jackett, Drake, Haggerty, Griffin

3-pt. goals: Socoby 4, Nason, Russell Fort Fairfield 8 23 46 64 Houlton 10 30 45 73

JV: Houlton 64, Fort Fairfield 34

Penquis 52, Schenck 38

At Milo Thursday night, Erin Weston paced the Patriots by scoring 17 of her 22 points in the second half in Penquis’ 33-18 scoring surge. She nailed 9-of-10 shots from the foul line.

Erica Franck scored 12 points for the Wolverines of East Millinocket.

Schenck (3-7) 38

Johnston 2-4-8, Nic. Brown, Nik. Brown, Nicholson, Wyman 0-3-3, Glidden 0-1-1, Franck 5-2-12, Duprey, Birt 3-0-8, Larlee 3-0-6 Penquis (9-1) 52

Cail 2-2-6, Hamlin 2-4-8, Grant, Weston 5-9-22, Gray 2-0-4, Bailey 0-4-4, Nuite 0-1-1, Marsh, Newbert 3-1-7, Morey

3-pt. goals: Birt; Weston Schenck 11 20 28 38 Penquis 11 19 31 52

Foxcroft 47, Hermon 34

At Hermon Thursday, Jodie Nelson had 14 points and 12 rebounds, Becky Warren scored a game-high 16 points, and Amy Kelley had 12 points in the Ponies’ win.

Dawn Cyr led Hermon with 10 points. Brianna Lane collected 14 rebounds.

Foxcroft (7-4) 47

Warren 6-3-16, Nelson 7-0-14, Kelley 4-4-12, Lavoie 0-1-1, Mueller 0-4-4, Eliason, Dow, Merrill Hermon (0-8) 34

Cyr 5-0-10, Overlock 2-2-6, Duplisea 3-0-8, Doughty, Lane 1-0-2, Small 2-4-8, Darrah, Calligan, Hichborn, Stevens, Doughty

3-pt. goals: Warren, Duplisea 2 Foxcroft 10 16 24 47 Hermon 5 19 23 34

JV: Hermon 47, Foxcroft 39

Limestone 48, Washburn 45

At Limestone Thursday, Amanda Brooker tossed in 17 points and Amy Berube added 16 for the Eagles.

Wendy Carson led Washburn with 11 points and Missy Conley chipped in with 10.

Washburn (2-8) 45

Doody 2-2-6, Howard 1-0-2, Flanagin 2-0-4, Carson 3-5-11, Fitzherbert 4-0-8, Umphrey 2-0-4, Conley 4-2-10, Woollard, Busse Limestone (4-7) 48

St. Pierre 1-0-2, Dugal 0-1-1, Harvey 2-4-8, Brooker 7-3-17, Rivard 2-0-4, Amy Berube 5-6-16, Bell, O’Bar

3-pt. goals: None Washburn 8 18 27 45 Limestone 6 22 31 48

JV: Washburn 44, Limestone 21

Fort Kent 63, Caribou 61

At Fort Kent Thursday, Robin Lamar scored a game-high 19 points, Andrea Marquis had 18, and Trista Leblanc registered 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Warriors.

Jen Jose led four Vikings in double figures with 18 points. Ashley Soucie scored 13, Tiffany Nason had 12, and Ashley Monahan added 11 for Caribou.

Caribou (2-6) 61

Jose 8-2-18, Nason 5-0-12, Soucie 6-1-13, Monahan 2-7-11, Griffeth 3-1-7, Butler, Theriault, Gagnon, Kane, Willey Fort Kent (7-4) 63

Lamar 7-3-19, Marquis 6-6-18, Leblanc 4-2-10, Simard 0-1-1, M. Saucier 3-2-8, Cyr 1-1-4, Harvey 1-0-2, Sirois 0-1-1, N. Saucier, Long, Dufor

3-pt. goals: Nason 2, Lamar 2, Cyr Caribou 13 28 47 61 Fort Kent 15 34 53 63

JV: Fort Kent 49, Caribou 46

Rockland 46, Belfast 41 (2OT)

At Rockland Thursday, Emily Gushee scored 11 of her game-high 18 points in both overtimes for the Tigers.

Abby Peaslee led Belfast with 14 points. Jamie Marden had 11 and Liz Kelley scored 10.

Belfast (3-5) 41

Marden 5-1-11, Peaslee 6-2-14, Kelley 4-0-10, Herbig 2-0-4, Faulkingham 1-0-2, McClure, Welch, Flood, Redmond, Brown Rockland (5-5) 46

Gushee 6-4-18, Cook 3-0-6, J. Wiggin 1-0-2, Irvin 3-1-8, K. Wiggin 3-0-6, Hamlin 3-0-6, Fitzgerald, Tolman

3-pt. goals: Gushee 2, Irvin, Kelley 2 Belfast 5 14 21 28 37 41 Rockland 11 18 22 28 37 46

JV: Belfast 48, Rockland 38

MDI 52, Ellsworth 34

At Ellsworth Thursday, Melissa Gott poured in 13 points and Katy Lawson scored 11 for the Trojans.

Erica Page led Ellsworth with 13 points.

MDI (9-1) 52

Gott 5-3-13, Lawson 4-3-11, Haskell 1-0-2, Graves 2-5-9, Stetler 3-1-7, Caldro 2-2-6, Walls 1-1-3, J. Gott 1-2-4, Kane, Reed Ellsworth (2-7) 34

Page 5-3-13, Lemar 1-1-3, Smallidge 4-0-8, McDonald 1-0-2, Saunders 2-2-8, Dill, Cirois, Beekman, Johnston, Merchant, Smith

3-pt. goals: Saunders 2 MDI 12 24 39 52 Ellsworth 8 14 25 34

So. Aroostook 45, Ashland 25

At Dyer Brook Thursday, senior guard Kim Collier scored 15 of her game-high 24 points in the third quarter as Southern Aroostook, which had scored only one point in the first period, outscored Ashland 17-7 to break the game open.

Emily Marecaux’s 12 points led Ashland.

Ashland (2-7) 25

Marecaux 5-2-12, Campbell 3-0-6, Larson, Belanger 1-0-2, Theriault, Dwyer 2-1-5, O’Clair, Bennett, Bessey

Southern Aroostook (9-2) 45

Collier 10-3-24, Chambers, Greenlaw, Swallow 0-3-3, Diekmann, Lyons 2-0-4, Tarr 2-3-7, Edkins 1-0-2, Willigar 1-1-3, Smith, Dickinson, Crandall 1-0-2.

3-pt. goals: Collier Ashland 4 8 15 25 Southern Aroostook 1 12 29 45

JV: Southern Aroostook 57, Ashland 26

Wisdom 69, Easton 34

At Easton Thursday, Lori Gervais connected for a game-high 29 points to go with 13 rebounds, Trisha Cyr hit for 13 points, and Tracy Guerrette had 11 points for the Pioneers of St. Agatha.

Jessica Blackstone led Easton with 16 points and 10 rebounds, aided by Sarah Hopkins with 13 points.

Wisdom (11-2) 69

Paradis 1-0-2, L. Gervais 14-1-29, Guerrette 5-0-11, Pelletier 1-0-2, Cyr 3-4-13, Lavoie 3-0-6, M. Derosier 2-0-4, J. Gervais 1-0-2, Derosier Easton (0-10) 34

Hopkins 4-5-13, Blackstone 6-2-16, Sullivan 0-1-1, M. Williams, 1-0-2, K. Williams 1-0-2, Sutherland, Manning-Harris, Rice, Spiers

3-pt. goals: Cyr 3, Guerrette, Blackstone 2 Wisdom 12 33 48 69 Easton 8 16 20 34

Boys basketball

Sumner 69, Searsport 40

At Searsport, Matt Welch drilled five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 17 points as Sumner coasted to victory.

Jeff Crowley scored 14 points and Willy Seward added 13 for the winners. Alex Williams had 10 points.

Nate Hall paced Searsport with 10 points.

Sumner (7-2) 69

Seward 3-4-13, Crowley 5-4-14, Ossolinski 2-0-4, Williams 5-0-10, Welch 5-2-17, Brickford 1-0-2, Freeman 0-1-1, Carter 1-0-2, Sargent 1-0-2, Joy 2-0-4, Fisler, Pruett Searsport (2-8) 40

J. Tripp 3-3-9, Hall 5-0-10, Saucier 3-3-9, Light 1-0-2, Tupper 0-2-2, Dudley 0-2-2, Hruby 1-0-2, Kenney 1-0-2, O’Roak 1-0-2, A. Tripp, A. Ward

3-pt. goals: Seward 3, Welch 5 Sumner 18 29 59 69 Searsport 14 20 26 40

Narraguagus 82, Shead 56

At Narraguagus Thursday, Nick Lyford led four players in double-figure scoring with 19 points along with 14 rebounds for the Knights.

Centrale Williams poured in 18 points, Jared Look had 15, and David Fraser contributed 10 for Narraguagus.

Dan Morang led Shead with 18 points, Corey McPhail scored 12, and Ricky Cox had 10.

Shead 56

Morang 8-1-18, McPhail 5-2-12, Cox 4-2-10, Suddy 1-6-8, Small 2-0-5, Wentworth 1-0-2, Mitchell 0-1-1, J. McPhail, Mattheson, Ritchie Narraguagus 82

Lyford 8-3-19, Williams 5-6-18, Ja. Look 6-2-15, Fraser 3-4-10, M. Worcester 4-0-9, Davis 1-0-3, Gage-Croll 1-0-2, C. Worcester 1-0-2, Hall 1-0-2, Leighton 0-1-1, Jo. Look, Farren, Beal, Crowley

3-pt. goals: Small, Morang; Williams 2, Ja. Look, Davis, M. Worcester Shead 8 25 44 56 Narraguagus 16 36 56 82

JV: Narraguagus 69, Shead 47

Sumner 72, DI-Stonington 51

At Deer Isle Thursday night, four Sumner players finished in double digits for the win.

Willie Seward led the Tigers with 16 points, Jeff Crowley scored 14, and Matt Welch and James Freeman chipped in with 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Nick Wiberg of Deer Isle-Stonington led all scorers with 27 points.

Sumner (6-2) 72

Seward 5-5-16, Crowley 4-6-14, Welch 3-2-11, Freeman 3-4-10, Ossolinksi 1-0-2, Williams 2-0-5, Bickford 2-0-4, Pruett 3-0-6, Carter 1-0-2, Jay 1-0-2, Fisher DI-Stonington (5-4) 51

Wiberg 10-7-27, Whitsett 3-0-7, Hutchinson 3-0-6, M. Billings, Williams, Carter, Eaton 1-0-3, Albert 1-2-4, Hardy 1-0-2, J. Billings 0-2-2, Higgins, Bye, Brewer

3-pt. goals: Seward, Welch 3, Williams; Whitsett, Eaton 2 Sumner 9 30 47 72 DI-Stonington 16 30 39 51

Woodland 62, Mattanawcook 58

At Woodland Thursday, Josh Thornton made four free throws in the final minute, hit five 3-pointers, and had 31 points to go with six steals for the Dragons. Dave Nicholson recorded 12 rebounds and four steals.

Jared Willette led the Lynx with 16 points. Zac Reed had 12.

Mattanawcook (7-4) 58

Willette 8-0-16, Reed 5-0-12, McLellan 2-0-5, Shorey 1-0-2, Birtz 3-2-8, Albert 2-0-4, Watton 3-0-6, Welch 1-3-5, Jordan, Hurd, Sochulak Woodland (5-3) 62

Thornton 10-6-31, Dwelley 4-0-8, Speed 2-3-8, Nicholson 3-1-7, Huwa 3-0-6, Chandler 1-0-2, Kesel

3-pt. goals: Reed 2, McLellan; Thornton 5, Speed Mattanawcook 11 24 44 58 Woodland 14 33 38 62

JV: Woodland 61, Mattanawcook 56

Penquis 51, Bucksport 49

At Milo Thursday night, Casey Hamlin hit one free throw with 1:30 left and another with five seconds left to give the Patriots the winning margin. Hamlin finished with 20 points.

Greg Harvey paced the Golden Bucks with nine points.

Bucksport (3-6) 49

Gray, Russell, Simpson 2-3-8, Pollard 2-1-5, Beck 1-2-4, Gifford 4-0-8, Harvey 4-1-9, Giroux 4-0-8, Astbury 3-0-7 Penquis (8-3) 51

Hamlin 8-3-20, Heal 3-0-6, Pokrywka 4-1-9, Knowles, Marino, Gillis 1-2-4, Allen 1-0-2, Demers 1-4-6

3-pt. goals: Simpson, Astbury; Hamlin Bucksport 15 23 44 49 Penquis 15 32 41 51

Jonesport-Beals 122, Lubec 86

At Jonesport Thursday, Brian Alley had 22 of his game-high 32 points in the second and third quarters as Jonesport-Beals outscored Lubec 63-43 to pull away for the win.

Josh Knowlton had 27 points, 21 rebounds, and six steals, and Alley had nine rebounds. James Robinson had 20 points, including 10 in the third quarter; Allan Thibodeau contributed 13 points, Dan Redman had 12, and Ray Mills scored 10.

Matt Olson’s 27 points led Lubec. Chris Feltner had 17 and Kris Fergerson tallied 10 points.

Lubec (3-5) 86

Blake 4-0-8, Feltner 7-2-17, Olson 10-7-27, Rouse 2-2-6, L. McGonigal 1-0-2, Kr. Fergerson 4-2-10, Jackson 1-0-2, Ke. Fergerson 1-0-2, Laskey 0-1-1, Moores 3-0-9, R. McGonigal 1-0-2, Newman, Rier Jonesport-Beals (5-4) 122

Davis 1-0-2, Beal 2-0-4, Knowlton 11-5-27, Alley 15-2-32, Redman 6-0-12, Robinson 8-1-20, Mills 4-1-10, Thibodeau 6-1-13, Kelley, Urquhart

3-pt. goals: Moores 3, Feltner; Robinson 3, Mills Lubec 23 41 66 86 Jonesport-Beals 24 51 87 122

JV: Jonesport-Beals 47, Lubec 46

Ellsworth 81, MDI 79

At Ellsworth Thursday, Mike Seltzer and Ben Donaldson each poured in 22 points to lead the Eagles.

Nick Johnston added 17 points, 12 of which came on 3-pointers. Rick McDonald scored 11 and grabbed eight rebounds.

Aaron Gray led the Trojans with 22 points, and Ian Jones hit five 3-pointers en route to 21 points. Chris Seely chipped in with 14.

Mount Desert Island (7-3) 79

Norwood 4-0-10, Jones 7-2-21, Ingrisano 6-0-12, Roix, Wardman, Hebron, Gray 10-2-22, Seely 6-2-14, Walls Ellsworth (6-3) 81

Johnston 6-1-17, Seltzer 9-2-22, Alley, McDonald 4-2-11, Donaldson 9-4-22, Chan, Conley 2-0-4, Lindsey 2-0-5, Garreans

3-pt. goals: Norwood 2, Jones 5; Lindsey, Johnston 4, Seltzer 2, McDonald

MDI 17 37 55 79 Ellsworth 15 32 62 81

Hodgdon 60, Katahdin 57

At Hodgdon Thursday, the Hodgdon Hawks withstood a late rally by the Katahdin Cougars of Sherman Station to pull out the upset and notch their third straight win.

After Hodgdon took a 60-53 lead with 35 seconds left, the Cougars mounted a desperate comeback that fell just short as Willie Sleeper’s shot at the buzzer missed.

David Gray led the Hawks with 19 points, Darren Murray had 12, and Mike Wallace scored 10.

Sleeper led the Cougars with 12 points, while Wade Stubbs, Shawn Cyr, and Brandon McCarthy each scored 10.

Katahdin (7-3) 57

Stubbs 5-0-10, McCarthy 3-2-10, Sleeper 6-0-12, Cyr 5-0-10, Mooney, McNally, Schmidt 1-0-2, Carver 3-2-8, Rush 2-1-5 Hodgdon (3-8) 60

Gray 6-6-19, Murray 5-2-12, Wallace 3-2-10, Cummings 3-0-7, Hill 3-0-6, Hanning 2-2-6, Bell

3-pt. goals: McCarthy 2; Gray, Wallace 2, Cummings Katahdin 14 33 47 57 Hodgdon 13 25 46 60

JV: Katahdin 55, Hodgdon 45

Women’s basketball

UM-Machias 65, Atlan. Union 32

At Machias Thursday, the Clippers used a tough man-to-man defense to create turnovers and subdue Atlantic Union College of South Lancaster, Mass.

Lori Morrow poured in 24 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead UMM, Shelley Steel scored 15 points, and Ann-Marie Cochrane added 11 points and nine assists.

The Clippers held the Flames’ Hannah Moody, the NAIA Div. II scoring leader, to 15 points, 11 below her average.

Atlantic Union 32

Hissock 4-0-8, Harrington, Medina 1-0-2, Ramos, Moody 5-5-15, Southard, Berthiaume 3-1-7 UM-Machias (6-5) 65

Steel 7-0-15, Saunders, Morrow 12-0-24, Cochrane 5-0-11, Mckinnon 2-3-7, Hildreth 2-0-4, Andrews, Mclaughlin 2-0-4, Poulin, Sawyer

3-pt. goals: Steel, Cochrane

Halftime: UM-Machias 32, Atlantic Union 15


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