April 02, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Bangor cheering earns PVC championship

HAMPDEN – The 16-member Bangor varsity cheerleading squad won the Penobscot Valley Conference Class A championship Saturday.

The members of the team are Kristin Cole, Jenny Barry, Michelle Winchester, Jill Savage, Logan Svoboda, Jessica Tran, Jocelyn Pinkney, Katy Truscott, Jennifer Parker, Katie Vigue, Marianne Fortier, Jodie Harnisch, Dawn Miller, Lacey Bogan, Erin DePhilippo and Jessica Kandel.

Bangor also won the A-B combined competition.

Old Town’s squad won the Class B competition, garnering 69.75 points. The team members are Renea Anderson, Sara Avery, Staci Davis, Marie Dionne, Missy Dorr, Tara Drinkwater, Natasha Grenier, Kate Hogan, Candace Johnson, Danielle King, Shawna Moore, Stephanie Smalley, Jessica Stoup, Darcy Thibodeau and Michelle Dunn. The Indians were the first runner-up in the A-B combined contest.

The Class C-D competition went to Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln, which tallied 65.75 points. Squad members are Rachel Doan, Chris Gendreau, Elizabeth Kenney, Nicole McDonald, Sarah McLaughlin, Bobbi-Lyn Reed, Candace Sabol, Erin Scott, Taryn Turcotte, Kati Whitney and Laci Whitney.

Brewer finished in second place in the Class A contest. Bucksport was the Class B runner-up and Sumner of East Sullivan was second in the Class C-D competition.

Girls basketball

Belfast 67, Wiscasset 34

At Wiscasset Saturday, Belfast jumped out to a 12-point lead after one quarter and maintained the double-digit advantage as the Lions defeated the Redskins.

Abby Peaslee led Belfast with 16 points. Amanda Brown had 11 points and Amy Flood added 10.

Kari Siviski topped Wiscasset with 12 points.

Belfast (4-5) 67

Marden 3-2-8, McClure 1-1-3, Herbig 2-2-6, Kelley 1-0-2, Welch, Flood 4-2-10, Redman 1-3-5, Faulkingham 3-0-6, Brown 5-1-11, Peaslee 8-0-16, Lahaye Wiscasset (1-8) 34

Bryant, Applebee 1-0-2, Carr 1-1-3, Hill 0-2-2, Leyden 1-0-2, Kwantz 1-2-4, Mueller 2-0-4, Frasier, Beyler 0-2-2, Siviski 6-0-12, Bryant 1-0-2, Bragdon 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: none Belfast 16 33 52 67 Wiscasset 4 15 23 34

George Stevens 71, John Bapst 55

At Blue Hill Saturday, Nikki Allen poured in 12 points in the third quarter and finished with 35 to lead George Stevens Academy.

Lora Trenkle chipped in with 18 points for the Eagles.

For John Bapst of Bangor, Meaghan Young and Vanessa Moore each scored 13 points. Heather Evans added 10.

John Bapst (7-5) 55

M. Young 5-1-13, Moore 4-5-13, Evans 5-0-10, Albair 1-0-3, K. Young 4-1-9, E. Young 0-1-1, Pooler 3-0-6, Crotty, Noble George Stevens (7-4) 71

N. Allen 13-4-35, Trenkle 8-2-18, M. Allen 2-0-4, Wood 2-0-4, Ashe 2-0-4, Pemberton 1-4-6, Jackson, Haney, Bishop

3-pt. goals: N. Allen 5; M. Young 2, Albair John Bapst 16 30 39 55 George Stevens 15 36 54 71

BC Patriots 47, Bobcats 31

At Richmond, the Bangor Christian Patriots pulled away in the second half as they faught to a road victory over Richmond.

Rachel Sobey led the Patriots with 14 points and Megan Brewster added 10 points. Nicole Duval paced Richmond with nine points. Becky Emmons had 12 steals.

Bangor Christian (7-2) 47

R. Sobey 5-4-14, Brewster 5-0-10, Matula 3-0-6, L. Sobey 2-2-6, Niles 2-2-6, Ross 1-1-3, Mick 1-0-2, Haverlock, Meserve Richmond (3-5) 31

Duval 3-1-9, Emmons 3-2-8, Anders 3-2-8, Roy 2-0-4, Pearson, Pinkham, Sidelinger, Joyce, Gilmore

3-pt. goals: Duval 2 Bangor Christian 10 22 35 47 Richmond 8 15 21 31

Bangor 65, Caribou 11

At Red Barry Gym in Bangor on Saturday, the Rams used tight defense to beat the Vikings.

Freshman Jlynn Frazier and Jennifer Harriman paced Bangor with 14 and 13 points, respectively.

Jennifer Jose led Caribou with four points.

Caribou (2-5) 11

Butler 1-0-2, Karagory, Nason, Theriault, Gagnon, Griffeth 0-2-2, Kane, Jose 2-0-4, Monahan 0-1-1, Willey, Soucie 1-0-2 Bangor (4-3) 65

Dionne 1-4-6, Strout 3-1-7, Wells 3-0-8, Morse 2-0-4, Frazier 5-2-14, Curtis 0-1-1, Wright 1-0-2, Mingo 0-1-1, Kenny 0-1-1, Crockett 4-0-8, Harriman 6-1-13

3-pt. goals: Wells 2, Frazier 2 Caribou 2 3 7 11 Bangor 18 38 54 65

MDI 72, Hermon 43

At Hermon, Katy Lawson scored 20 points as Mount Desert Island earned the victory Saturday.

Jenn Gott and Coley Stetler added 12 and 10 points, respectively for the winners.

Katy Calligan led Hermon with 18 points.

MDI (11-1) 72

Walls 1-0-3, Lawson 6-8-20, Reed 1-0-2, Kaldo 4-0-8, J. Gott 4-4-12, Haskell 2-0-4, Graves 2-0-4, Stetler 3-4-10, M. Gott 2-5-9 Hermon (0-10) 43

Calligan 4-9-18, Hichborn 0-2-2, Szasz, Darrah 1-0-3, McDonald, Stevens, Overlock 1-1-3, Cyr 1-1-3, Duplisea 3-1-9, Doughty 0-1-1, Porter, Lane 2-0-4, Small, Hare

3-pt. goals: Walls; Calligan, Darrah, Duplisea 2 MDI 20 31 43 72 Hermon 14 26 33 43

JV: Hermon 31, MDI 28

Shead 57, Deer Isle-Stonington 41

At Deer Isle, Morgan Seeley fueled a 14-3 second-quarter advantage with five points as the Shead Tigers downed the Mariners.

Seeley led Shead of Eastport with 15 points while Laura Davis tossed in 11. Angie Douglass had a game-high 22 points for Deer Isle-Stonington.

Shead (4-6) 57

Mills 2-4-8, Seeley 7-1-15, Preston 2-0-4, Davis 3-5-11, Ingersoll 2-2-6, Richer 3-0-6, Matheson 3-1-7, Lingley DI-Stonington (2-9) 41

Douglass 8-6-22, Douvarjo 2-0-4, Christiansen 3-2-8, Santospago 2-0-4, Ab. Gross 0-1-1, Monteith, Lane, Fifield 1-0-2, Ap. Gross, Thompson, Austin

3-pt. goals: none Shead 15 29 42 57 DI-Stonington 15 18 24 41

Boys basketball

Central 69, Mattanawcook 42

At East Corinth Saturday, John King led Central with 21 points and Ryan Rivera added 13.

Dan Welch scored 14 points and Nick Albert had 10 for Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

Mattanawcook (7-5) 42

Welch 5-4-14, Sochulak 2-1-5, Reed 2-0-5, Birtz 1-1-3, Willette 1-1-3, Hurd 0-2-2, Albert 4-0-10, Thibodeau, Turner, McLellan, Jordan, N. Shorey, Proctor, Wotton, C. Shorey Central (4-4) 69

J. King 10-1-21, Rivera 4-5-13, Ladd 0-2-2, G. King 3-1-7, McDonald 0-2-2, Salvia 1-4-6, Straub 1-4-6, Tatro 0-4-4, McKay 3-0-6, Noel 1-0-2, Smith

3-pt. goals: Reed, Albert 2 Mattanawcook 11 19 30 42 Central 12 32 47 69

JV: Mattanawcook 53, Central 50 (OT)

Ellsworth 61, Foxcroft Acad. 46

At Ellsworth Saturday, Nick Johnston tossed in 16 points to pace the Eagles and Mike Seltzer added 13.

Nate Laita led Foxcroft Academy with 18 points.

Foxcroft Academy (7-5) 46

Lander 1-2-4, Hartford, Oakes 0-1-1, Kruschet, Clawson 1-0-2, Kimball 3-0-6, Robbins 2-0-5, Lizotte 2-0-4, Sands, Stevens 2-0-4, Grant 1-0-2, Laita 9-0-18 Ellsworth (8-3) 61

Johnston 5-4-16, Seltzer 6-0-13, Sirois, Alley 1-0-2, McDonald 2-0-4, Lindsey 1-0-2, Donaldson 3-4-10, Salsbury, Chan, Conley 3-2-8, Cochrane 1-0-2, Spreng 1-0-2, Garreans 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Robbins; Johnston 2, Seltzer Foxcroft Academy 8 22 30 46 Ellsworth 16 26 48 61

DI-Stonington 61, Shead 50

At Deer Isle, Nick Wiberg and Chris Hutchinson combined for 38 points and 20 rebounds for the Mariners.

Corey McPhail paced Shead of Eastport with 13 points and Ricky Cox added 12. Willie Suddy scored 11 points.

Shead (4-7) 50

Cox 5-1-12, Suddy 3-5-11, C. McPhail 6-1-13, Morang 3-2-8, Small 2-1-6, Cook, Wentworth, Mitchell, Ritchie, Mattheson, J. McPhail, Griffin DI-Stonington (6-4) 61

Wiberg 8-4-20, Hutchinson 7-4-18, Whitsett 2-2-6, Williams 3-0-7, M. Billings 0-2-2, Carter, Eaton 4-0-8, Albert J. Billings, Higgins, Bye, Brewer

3-pt. goals: Cox, Small; Williams Shead 15 31 43 50 DI-Stonington 18 30 44 61

JV: DI-Stonington 60, Shead 55 (OT)

Dexter 61, Searsport 45

At Dexter, Billy Keyte scored 10 points during an eight-minute, 14-2 run in the second half as the Tigers outgunned the Searsport Vikings.

Keyte led all scorers with 22 points for Dexter. Greg Haven added 15 points. Greg Bogan pulled down 11 rebounds.

Ben Dudley and Nate Hall paced Searsport with 14 points apiece.

Searsport (2-6) 45

Dudley 7-0-14, Tripp 1-5-7, Kenney 1-2-4, Hall 7-0-14, Tupper 0-1-1, Saucier 2-1-5, Light Dexter (6-3) 61

Patterson 2-2-6, Cooper 2-1-5, Haven 5-5-15, Keyte 7-6-22, Mountain 1-0-2, Conners 1-3-5, Small 1-0-2, Bogan 2-0-4, Vafiades

3-pt. goals: Keyte 2 Searsport 10 19 32 45 Dexter 13 23 38 61

Orono 68, Bucksport 50

At Bucksport, Bill Enos scored 17 points to lead Orono Saturday.

Ian Torry had 14 points for the winners while Joel Johnson and David Means each tossed in 13.

Buzz Simpson paced Bucksport with 12 points and Craig Harvey added 10.

Orono (2-8) 68

Doucette 0-6-6, Wade, Johnson 3-6-13, Stinson 1-3-5, Means 3-7-13, Enos 8-1-17, Torrey 5-4-14, Chandler, Markowsky Bucksport (3-7) 50

Gray 2-1-5, Mott 1-0-2, Simpson 5-0-12, Beck 1-1-3, Gifford 1-0-2, Harvey 5-0-10, Giroux 2-1-5, Astbury 0-2-2, Clough 4-1-9, Russell, Pollard, White, Austin

3-pt. goals: Johnson; Simpson 2 Orono 17 35 52 68 Bucksport 9 26 37 50

JV: Bucksport 56, Orono 40

Bangor 69, Caribou 35

At Red Barry Gym in Bangor, the Rams turned in a stellar defensive performance en route to victory over the Vikings.

Tom Waterman paced a list of four Bangor double-figure scorers with 14 points. Elliot Blackstone tossed in 12 points, Mike Arsenault contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Joe Merrill chipped in with 10 points.

Lance Belanger led Caribou with 12 points.

Caribou (2-5) 35

Holabird 1-0-2, Richards, Gorneault, Sterris 1-0-2, Belanger 3-5-12, Ryan Soucie 4-0-10, Umphrey, Sam 1-0-2, Plourd 2-0-4, Martin 1-1-3, Reitmeyer, Blanchette Bangor (6-1) 69

Waterman 5-3-14, Loukes 1-3-5, Gildart, Peoples 3-0-6, Blackstone 4-1-12, Crane, Gallant, Leture 1-0-2, Arsenault 4-0-11, Pitula 1-0-2, Chadbourne 0-1-1, Clarkson 2-0-4, Merrill 5-0-10, Webber, Turner 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Belanger, Soucie 2; Waterman, Blackstone 3, Arsenault 3 Caribou 7 20 25 35 Bangor 18 28 45 69

Brewer 86, Cony 77 (2OT)

At Brewer, Tim Hughes scored 20 of his 24 points in the second half and overtimes as Brewer earned the double-overtime victory.

Pat Griffin scored 19 points and Chris Leighton tossed in all 16 of his points in the second half for the winners. Mike Sieber added 11 points.

Kevin Bunker paced Cony of Augusta with 22 points and Josh Cushman had 17. Ryan Moore and Aaron Young scored 16 and 12 points, respectively.

Cony (6-2) 77

Bunker 10-2-22, Jos. Cushman 5-4-17, Moore 5-5-16, Young 5-2-12, Ray 2-2-6, Ulmer 2-0-4, Joh. Cushman, Sousa, Hanna Brewer (2-4) 86

Hughes 9-5-24, Griffin 7-4-19, Leighton 6-3-16, Leeman 3-1-9, Sieber 2-6-11, Johnson 2-3-7, Largay, Howard, Dearborn, Snell

3-pt. goals: Jos. Cushman 3, Moore; Hughes, Griffin, Leighton, Sieber Cony 7 30 47 64 73 77 Brewer 12 21 45 64 73 86

JV: Cony 72, Brewer 50

Ice hockey

Hampden 2, Foxcroft 1

At Bouchard Arena in Brewer, Shane Achey scored the game-winner at 4:34 of the second period on an assist from Matt McInnis as Hampden picked up the win.

Sean Tardiff added a goal for 2-5 Hampden on an assist from Scott Tardif. Brian Cataldo made 26 saves on 27 shots.

Jamie Costa scored on a pass from Ryan Kluj for 4-6 Foxcroft Academy. Ben Orton stopped 19 of 20 shots.


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