March 29, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Comeau leads Mattanawcook past PVHS

LINCOLN – Jen Comeau scored seven of her 15 points in the fourth quarter to lead Mattanawcook Academy Lynx to a 52-50 schoolgirl basketball victory over the Penobscot Valley Howlers Saturday.

Brooke Turner grabbed 13 rebounds and Kelley Jensen had 12 for the winners.

Mitchelle Doyon led all scorers with 24 points and Jennie Neal threw in 15 for Penobscot Valley of Howland.

Penobscot Valley (4-8) 50

Doyon 7-10-24, Neal 6-3-15, Oldenburgh 0-4-4, Dawson 0-1-1, Gifford 1-0-2, McGinn 2-0-4, Colbath, Porter, Trafton, Wakefield Mattanawcook (7-5) 52

Comeau 5-4-15, Turner 0-5-5, Jensen 2-5-9, McLaughlin 3-1-8, Reardon 0-2-2, Taylor 0-2-2, Rideout 2-1-5, McCafferty 1-0-2, Pickering 1-0-2, Lowell 1-0-2, Eyles, Fleming, Towele, Emerson

3-pt. goals: Comeau, McLaughlin Penobscot Valley 12 23 38 50 Mattanawcook 13 19 35 52

PVHS 56, Greenville 41

At Greenville Friday, Jenny Neal scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Penobscot Valley of Howland defeated Greenville.

Mitchelle Doyon added 21 points and five steals for the Howlers.

Julie Graham led Greenville with 12 points. Laura Folsom added 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Penobscot Valley 56

Neal 8-9-25, Doyon 6-8-21, Colbath 1-0-2, Oldenburgh 0-1-1, Fafton 0-1-1, Dawson 0-1-1, Wakefield 1-0-2, Gifford 0-1-1, McGinn 1-0-2, Poter Greenville 41

Graham 5-2-12, L. Folsom 1-8-10, Christensen 1-0-2, Douglass 2-1-5, K. Folsom 1-1-3, Shaw 3-1-7, Belmont 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Doyon Penobscot Valley 14 27 41 56 Greenville 5 14 29 41

Mattanawcook 50, Central 27

At East Corinth Friday, Brandi Rideout’s 17 points led Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln to the win.

For the Red Devils, Monica Downs scored a team-high 14 points.

Mattanawcook Academy (6-5) 50

Rideout 6-3-17, McLaughlin 3-1-7, Jensen 2-0-4, Taylor 2-0-4, Comeau 3-0-6, Reardon 1-0-2, Eyles 1-0-2, Fleming 1-1-3, Pickering 1-0-2, Lowell 1-0-2, Towle 0-1-1, McCafferty, Perkins, Emerson, Turner Central (2-6) 27

Downs 7-0-14, Greatorex 2-0-5, Stevens 1-0-2, Rozelle 1-0-2, Libby 1-0-2, Cookson 0-2-2, Strout, Iwaniszek, Matulis, Blish

3-pt. goals: Rideout 2; Greatorex Mattanawcook 18 33 40 50 Central 4 11 21 27

JV: Mattanawcook 34, Central 32

Dexter 44, Searsport 31

At Searsport Friday, Deirdre McCormick’s 13 points led the Tigers to the win. Megan Hughes added 11 points.

Sarah Webster scored a team-high 12 points for Searsport.

Dexter 44

McCormick 6-1-13, Hughes 4-3-11, McKusick 2-0-4, Clukey 1-1-3, Haskell 0-3-3, Titus 1-0-2, McKinley 1-0-2, Casteel 0-1-1, Greaves Searsport 31

Webster 3-6-12, Robert 2-3-7, Harriman 1-2-4, Lavway 2-0-4, Larraby 1-1-3, Suppes 0-1-1, Benjamin

3-pt. goals: none Dexter 6 18 29 44 Searsport 10 19 23 31

Old Town 57, Nokomis 36

At Newport Friday, Jody Kenniston paced Old Town with 18 points and five steals.

Justine Ferland scored 12 points for the winners and Andrea Pardilla had 10 points and eight rebounds.

Tonya Cray led Nokomis with nine points and nine rebounds.

Old Town (7-0) 57

Thurston, Sarica 0-1-1, Cuarisma 1-0-2, Kenniston 6-5-18, Voyer 1-2-4, St. Peters 2-0-4, Spencer 2-0-4, Nadeau 1-0-2, Pardilla 4-2-10, Ferland 6-0-12, Bagley Nokomis (1-4) 36

Kurro 2-1-5, Mendell, L. Pelkey 4-0-8, A. Pelkey, Palmer 1-0-2, Bacon, Pine, Cray 4-1-9, Raymond 3-2-8, Faloon, Dorman, Nickerson 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Kenniston Old Town 22 36 48 57 Nokomis 9 18 18 36

JV: Nokomis 44, Old Town 37

Shead 66, East Grand 39

At Eastport Friday, Tara Mills poured in 19 points as Shead cruised to victory.

Sara Ricker and Tina Mattheson each scored 11 points for the winners.

Megan Amero led East Grand with 16 points.

East Grand (4-5) 39

T. Gilman 0-1-1, Goforth, Whitney, Faulkner 1-0-2, Cropley 3-0-8, Amero 6-3-16, Brackett 2-1-6, Osnoe, B. Gilman, Fish 2-2-6, Shain, Knights Shead (2-6) 66

Mills 8-3-19, Seeley 3-2-8, Preston 3-0-6, Davis 3-2-8, Ingersoll 1-0-3, Ricker 5-1-11, Mattheson 5-0-11, Lingley

3-pt. goals: Cropley 2, Amero, Brackett; Ingersoll, Mattheson East Grand 10 23 31 39 Shead 19 32 47 66

JV: Shead 51, East Grand 19

Van Buren 35, Ashland 26

At Ashland Saturday, the Crusaders scored 16 points in the fourth quarter for the win.

Lukey Gagnon led Van Buren with 10 points.

Emily Marecaux scored 10 for Ashland.

Van Buren (5-4) 35

Ayotte 3-3-9, Ouellette 1-1-3, Marquis 0-4-4, Gagnon 3-4-10, Wright 3-3-9, Lagasse, Parent, Morin Ashland (2-8) 26

Marecaux 4-2-10, Campbell 1-0-2, Larson, Belanger 3-0-6, Dwyer 1-4-6, O’Clair, Bennett 1-0-2, Bessey

3-pt. goals: none Van Buren 5 14 19 35 Ashland 7 14 18 26

JV: Van Buren 41, Ashland 11

Bangor 65, Caribou 11

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

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

East Grand 80, Easton 40

At Danforth Saturday, Megan Amero poured in 28 points as East Grand eased to victory.

Tracey Brackett added 17 points for the winners.

Sarah Hopkins paced Easton with 20 points and Jessica Blackstone had 11.

Easton (0-12) 40

Hopkins 7-5-20, Blackstone 5-0-11, M. Williams 1-0-2, Spiers 3-0-6, Sutherland 0-1-1, Manning-Harris, Rice, Sullivan, K. Williams East Grand (5-7) 80

Amero 10-8-28, Brackett 6-5-17, Goforth 2-0-5, Whitney 1-0-2, Faulkner 4-0-8, Cropley 2-3-8, Fish 4-1-9, Knights 1-0-3, T. Gilman, Osnoe, B. Gilman, Shain

3-pt. goals: Goforth, Cropley, Knights; Hopkins, Blackstone Easton 7 16 25 40 East Grand 17 36 62 80

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.

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

Fort Kent 65, Madawaska 33

At Fort Kent, Robin Lamarr scored 19 points and had eight steals to lead the Warriors Saturday.

Andrea Marquis added 18 points for the winners and Trista Leblanc grabbed nine rebounds.

Tiffany Nelson led Madawaska with eight points.

Madawaska (1-9) 33

Cyr, Gagnon 3-1-7, Nelson 3-2-8, Morneault, Michaud 0-3-3, Daigle 0-1-1, D. Hebert Deschaine 3-1-7, A. Hebert, Nadeau 3-0-7 Fort Kent (8-4) 65

Simard 1-0-2, M. Saucier 2-1-5, Leblanc 3-2-8, N. Saucier, Lamarr 7-4-19, Guimond, Cyr 0-2-2, Long 2-1-5, Harvey, Dufour 2-0-4, Marquis 7-4-18, Sirois 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Nadeau; Lamarr Madawaska 8 14 19 33 Fort Kent 21 37 54 65

JV: Fort Kent 67, Madawaska 29

Woodland 57, Hyde 24

At Woodland, Angela Robb and Jessica Noyes combined for 21 points as the Dragons earned the easy victory.

Kate Juett and Jackie Marcus led Hyde with eight points each.

Hyde (2-3) 24

Jackson, Dee 0-1-1, Juett 4-0-8, Jennings 2-1-5, Merrigan 0-2-2, Marcus 1-6-8, Rantoul, Martin, Shepard, Falcone, MacMahan Woodland (8-3) 57

Dolan 2-0-4, Higgins, Sprague 1-3-5, Wearne 0-5-5, Worster 1-0-2, Boston 1-0-2, Brown 1-0-2, Goding 1-0-2, Robb 3-4-11, Seavey 3-1-7, Smith 1-1-3, Noyes 5-0-10, Stoddard 0-4-4

3-pt. goals: Robb Hyde 3 6 16 24 Woodland 15 28 44 57

Houlton 53, Calais 32

At Houlton, Kelly Socoby and Erica McGary each scored seven first-quarter points as the Shiretowners jumped out to a 16-point lead and eventually took the win.

Socoby finished with a game-high 17 points for Houlton. Jennie Cowperthwaite added 13 points. Jessica Crossman’s seven points paced Calais.

Calais (8-2) 32

Crossman 3-1-7, J. Clark 1-0-2, Goodine 1-2-4, Churchill 0-1-1, Redding 1-0-2, Francis 2-2-6, R. Clark 2-0-4, DeWitt, Reynolds Houlton (6-5) 53

Socoby 7-1-17, Cowperthwaite 4-5-13, Weber 2-0-4, Jackett 2-0-4, Drake 0-2-2, McGary 3-1-7, Prosser 1-0-2, Bell 2-0-4, Tingley, Gentle, Griffin, Haggerty

3-pt. goals: Socoby 2 Calais 7 19 26 32 Houlton 23 31 40 53

JV: Houlton 47, Calais 23

Penquis Valley 38, Dexter 36

At Milo, Erynn Bailey scored the game-winning basket with five seconds left to lift Penquis past Dexter.

Bailey had eight steals to go along with a team-high nine points.

Morgan Titus had the game-high 15 points for Dexter. Megan Hughes added 13.

Dexter (6-4) 36

Titus 4-6-15, Clukey, McKusick 1-1-3, Haskell 1-0-2, Hughes 5-2-13, McKinley, McCormick, Herring, Casteel, Gilbert 1-1-3 Penquis Valley (10-1) 38

Cail 1-2-4, Bailey 4-1-9, Hamlin 4-0-8, Gray 1-3-5, Nuite, Marsh, Newbert 2-0-4, Morey

3-pt. goals: Titus, Hughes Dexter 10 18 27 36 Penquis Valley 6 14 27 38

Boys basketball

Woodland 82, Lee 72

At Woodland Friday, Terry Tibbetts scored 26 points and Josh Thornton 17 as the Dragons earned the victory.

Thornton also had seven steals and dished out 10 assists.

Chris Carr tossed in 25 points for Lee Academy. Adam Peters scored 17 points, and Derek Dicker and Alex Nicholas each added 12.

Lee Academy (2-8) 72

Carr 10-3-25, Peters 7-2-17, Dicker 5-1-12, Nicholas 4-3-12, Jacobs 0-1-1, Worster 1-0-2, Ripley 1-1-3, Wyman Woodland (6-3) 82

Tibbetts 12-2-26, Thornton 5-7-17, Bean 1-0-2, Dwelley 2-4-8, Ferry 0-1-1, Huwa 3-0-6, Kesel 2-3-7, Knowles 2-1-5, Parks 1-0-2, Speed 2-2-8, Chandler, Nicholson

3-pt. goals: Carr 2, Peters, Dicker, Nicholas; Speed 2 Lee Academy 14 28 45 72 Woodland 14 33 52 82

JV: Woodland 83, Lee Academy 56

Dexter 71, Penobscot Valley 55

At Howland Friday, Bill Keyte poured in 25 points and Greg Haven 22 as Dexter eased to victory.

Greg Bogan added 12 points for the Tigers.

Nathan Cyr led Penobscot Valley with 19 points, and Travis Cloukey had 10.

Dexter (5-4) 71

Keyte 10-2-25, Haven 11-0-22, Bogan 5-2-12, Patterson 4-0-8, Mountain 1-0-2, Conners 1-0-2, Cooper, Vafiades, Small Penobscot Valley (5-6) 55

Cyr 8-2-19, Cloukey 4-0-10, Kajkowski 2-3-7, Pelkey 1-0-2, Smith 1-1-3, Hallett 2-1-5, Coyle 3-0-7, Bates 1-0-2, McCannell, Archer

3-pt. goals: Keyte 3; Cyr, Cloukey 2, Coyle Dexter 15 32 50 71 Penobscot Valley 14 28 40 55

JV: Penobscot Valley 56, Dexter 45

Schenck 83, Stearns 70

At East Millinocket Friday, Nate Jamo tossed in 19 points and tallied 13 assists for the Wolverines’ victory over their rivals from Millinocket.

Chris Wyman chipped in with 18 points and Nick Lyons added 17. P.J. Ciarocchi grabbed 11 rebounds to go with 16 points.

Stearns’ Corey Streams led all scorers with 25 points. Aaron Comber and Ben Lankhorst scored 12 and 11, respectively.

Stearns (2-8) 70

Streams 8-6-25, Comber 3-5-12, Lankhorst 5-1-11, J. Cotte 1-0-2, Civiello 1-0-2, Neal 3-1-8, Ayotte 4-0-8, L. Cotte 1-0-2 Schenck (4-5) 83

Jamo 7-0-19, Wyman 7-4-18, Ciarrocchi 8-0-16, Lyons 8-0-17, McDunnah 2-0-4, Landry 1-1-3, Page 1-4-6, Rosebush, Thompson, Jones, Turcotte

3-pt. goals: Jamo 5, Stearns 8 29 47 70 Schenck 25 43 62 83

JV: Schenck 54, Stearns 50

Ashland 40, Wisdom 34

At Ashland Friday, the Hornets held the Pioneers to only six second-half points, including zero in the final quarter, as Ashland escaped with the win.

Chad Cyr led Ashland with nine points and seven steals. Nate Deschaine keyed Wisdom of St. Agatha with 14 points, and Jody Daigle added 12.

Wisdom (5-8) 34

Deschaine 5-3-14, Daigle 5-2-12, Fongemie 2-0-4, Burgoin 1-0-2, Levesque 1-0-2, Michaud, Guerrette Ashland (3-7) 40

Robinson 3-0-6, Bennett 3-1-8, Belskis 1-2-4, Doyle 1-0-2, Tardie 1-0-2, Cyr 2-5-9, Lovewell 1-0-2, McCausland 2-1-5, Perry 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Bennett; Deschaine Wisdom 12 28 34 34 Ashland 8 20 28 40

JV: Ashland 46, Wisdom 42

So. Aroostook 49, Limestone 47

At Dyer Brook Friday, Sam Michaud tipped in a rebound with five seconds remaining to give Southern Aroostook the win.

Michaud led four players in double figures with 14 points for the Warriors. Ben Walker contributed 11 points and Nate Hardy and Jamie Fitzherbert had 10 apiece.

Curtis Coachman led all scorers with 20 points for Limestone. Ethan Bagley added 11 points and 12 rebounds.

Limestone (3-7) 47

Coachman 9-0-20, Bagley 5-1-11, Rasche 1-0-3, Dillon 3-0-7, Chin 2-0-5, Tholl 0-1-1, Ward, Coghill, Danielson, Giacamazzi, Strange, King So. Aroostook (7-3) 49

Michaud 7-0-14, Walker 5-1-11, Hardy 4-2-10, Fitzherbert 4-2-10, N. Russell 1-1-3, J. Shields 0-1-1, Holman, Notto, Wilkins, Gordon, Betschner, Hersey, Smith

3-pt. goals: Coachman 2, Rasche, Dillon, Chin, Tholl Limestone 13 21 34 47 So. Aroostook 13 19 33 49

JV: So. Aroostook 67, Limestone 47

Hodgdon 59, Madawaska 46

At Madawaska Friday, Jerry Hanning hit four of his five 3-pointers in the second half as the Hawks’ perimeter play powered Hodgdon past the Owls.

Hanning finished with a game-high 21 points, Darren Murray popped in 14, and Jeremy Cummings added 11.

Andrew Clavette and Luke Pennington led the Owls with 14 and 13 points, respectively.

Hodgdon (4-8) 59

Hanning 7-2-21, Murray 6-2-14, Cummings 2-6-11, Wallace 3-0-8, Hill 1-1-3, Gray 1-0-2, Bither Madawaska (6-4) 46

Clavette 6-0-14, Pennington 6-1-13, Marshall 3-0-6, D. Cyr 2-0-5, Pelletier 3-0-6, E. Cyr 1-0-2, Michaud, Martin, Nadeau

3-pt. goals: Hanning 5, Wallace 2, Cummings; Clavette 2, D. Cyr Hodgdon 8 20 40 59 Madawaska 8 23 32 46

Machias 66, Calais 61

At Machias Friday, the Bulldogs turned on its pressure defense to outscore Calais 20-9 in the third quarter en route to the victory.

The Bulldogs’ balanced scoring was led by Ben Edwards with 17 points. Eric Buck scored 16 points, Seth Kilton added 13, and Ben Reynolds contributed a dozen.

James Frost hit five 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 23 points for the Blue Devils. Nathan Holst scored 12 and Sean Dow 10.

Calais (2-8) 61

Frost 9-0-23, Holst 5-2-12, Dow 3-4-10, Best 3-0-7, Fox 2-0-4, Olson 2-0-4, Porter, Allen, Pike Machias (5-3) 66

Edwards 8-1-17, Buck 5-6-16, Kilton 6-0-13, Reynolds 5-2-12, Snowdeal 2-0-4, Strachen 0-4-4, McCarthy, Whitney

3-pt. goals: Frost 5, Best; Kilton Calais 21 36 47 61 Machias 16 27 50 66

JV: Calais 56, Machias 32

Van Buren 77, Fort Fairfield 70

At Van Buren, Chanel Wright made seven free throws among his nine fourth-quarter points as Van Buren picked up the win on Friday night.

Nathan Marquis led Van Buren with 23 points. Wright and Kirt Castonguay each scored 19 points, with Castonguay grabbing 10 rebounds. Brian Pelletier added 10 points.

Jason Cunningham fired in 18 points for Fort Fairfield. Doyle Hayes added 17 points, and Peter Solomon had 11.

Fort Fairfield (7-4) 70

Cunningham 6-5-18, Hayes 7-0-17, Solomon 3-2-11, Hayes 3-1-7, Ouellette 1-2-4, Bugbee 2-3-7, Norsworthy 3-0-6 Van Buren (10-2) 77

Pelletier 3-3-10, Cote, Lajoie, Ayotte, Cormier 1-4-6, Castonguay 8-3-19, Wright 6-7-19, Sirois, Marquis 8-3-23

3-pt. goals: Marquis 4, Pelletier; Solomon 3, Hayes 3, Cunningham Fort Fairfield 16 29 48 70 Van Buren 18 36 58 77

JV: Fort Fairfield 40, Van Buren 39

Presque Isle 70, Fort Kent 49

At Fort Kent Friday, Jon Blanchard scored a game-high 29 points to lead Presque Isle. Torey McPherson and George Graves each scored 11 points for the winners.

Jack Murray led Fort Kent with 13 points and Ben Raymond added 12. Presque Isle (6-3) 70

Blanchard 13-2-29, McPherson 4-2-11, Graves 4-0-11, Larsen, Donovan 2-0-5, Tuttle 0-1-1, Gardiner, Constant 2-1-5, Wood, Robertson, Czosnek 3-0-6, Griffin 0-2-2 Fort Kent (6-4) 49

Murray 5-0-13, Raymond 3-6-12, Drolet 1-0-3, Lovley 2-1-5, Murphy 0-2-2, Lozier 3-0-6, Caron, Fournier 2-2-6, Daigle 1-0-2, Nadeau

3-pt. goals: Blanchard, McPherson, Graves 3, Donovan; Murray 3, Drolet Presque Isle 17 32 47 70 Fort Kent 7 16 29 49

JV: Presque Isle 79, Fort Kent 57

Washington Acad. 72, GSA 47

At East Machias Friday, Washington Academy scored 30 points in the fourth quarter to top George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

Brandon Ashby and Josh Ramsdell each tossed in 10 points. Ashby grabbed 11 rebounds, nine of which were offensive boards. James Smith contributed 13 points.

Chad Mattson led the Eagles with 16 points. Eben Foss added 10.

George Stevens Academy (2-7) 47

Mattson 6-4-16, Trenkle 0-1-1, Austin 1-0-3, Foss 4-2-10, Cole 1-2-4, Malinowski 1-2-4, Sadlier 3-0-7, Hutchins 0-2-2, Davies, Allen, Poole Washington Academy (8-1) 72

Ashby 8-4-20, J. Smith 5-2-13, Ramsdell 8-4-20, Saumer 0-3-3, Fergerson 1-0-2, Jer. Look, Davis 3-2-8, Je. Look 2-0-4, Akoa 1-0-2, Wood, St. Pierre, D. Smith

3-pt. goals: J. Smith; Austin, Sadlier George Stevens 9 18 36 47 Washington Academy 11 27 42 72

JV: George Stevens 72, Washington Academy 58

Cent. Aroostook 81, Washburn 68

At Mars Hill Friday, Brandon Bell scored 11 of his 21 points in the second quarter to spark the Central Aroostook victory.

Craig Allen led the Panthers with 23 points. Shane Bradstreet added 13.

For Washburn, Nick Thompson scored the game-high 27 points. Jason Castonguay chipped in with 21, and Brad Turner added 11.

Washburn (3-10) 68

Thompson 10-5-27, Gagnon, Kelly, Turner 3-3-11, Collins, Castonguay 10-1-21, Baker 4-1-9 Central Aroostook (7-5) 81

Bradstreet 6-0-13, Codrey 3-2-8, McKenna, Durost 3-1-7, Allen 10-2-23, Worser 2-3-7, Shaw, Fields, Walsh, Bell 8-3-21

3-pt. goals: Bradstreet, Allen 2, Bell 2; Thompson 2, Turner 2 Washburn 13 30 46 68 Central Aroostook 20 50 67 81

JV: Central Aroostook 70, Washburn 67

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

Houlton 72, Schenck 69

At East Millinocket, Shane Lee’s 3-pointer with 12 seconds remaining provided the difference as the Shiretowners of Houlton remained undefeated.

Lucas Ritchie led Houlton with 23 points. Jake Cowperthwaite added 16 points. Andrew Guy and Lee added 13 and 11 points respectively.

Chris Wyman topped Schenck with 25 points. Nate Jamo tossed in 21 and added seven assists while P.J. Ciarrocchi netted 14 points.

Houlton (10-0) 72

Ritchie 9-5-23, Cowperthwaite 6-1-16, Guy 4-4-13, Lee 4-1-11, Distefano 1-0-2 Schenck (4-6) 69

Jamo 7-4-21, Wyman 8-9-25, Ciarrocchi 5-4-14, Rosebush 1-0-2, McDunnah 2-1-5, Page 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Cowperthwaite 3, Guy, Lee 2; Jamo 3 Houlton 22 33 48 72 Schenck 15 27 48 69

JV: Schenck 63, Houlton 60

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)

Penquis 56, Piscataquis 42

At Milo, Matt Pokrywka tossed in 16 points for Penquis Valley Saturday.

Casey Hamlin and Derek Perkins scored 13 and 10 points respectively for the winners. Tony Heal had 10 rebounds.

Ryan Priest scored 15 points for Piscataquis Community of Guilford.

Piscataquis (4-8) 42

Starbird, Littlefield, DeCastro 1-3-5, Priest 6-0-15, Morrison 2-1-5, Leavitt 1-1-3, Gilbert 1-0-3, Ginn 3-0-6, White 2-1-5 Penquis Valley (9-3) 56

Hamlin 4-3-13, Heal 2-0-4, Pokrywka 7-2-16, Perkins 4-2-10, Knowles, Marino 1-0-2, Gillis, Allen 2-0-4, Demers 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Priest 3, Gilbert; Hamlin 2 Piscataquis 8 20 32 42 Penquis 18 23 38 56

JV: Penquis 61, Piscataquis 60 (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 pulled down 11 rebounds.

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

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.

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

Cheerleading

PVC crowns champions

At Hampden, the Bangor varsity cheerleaders won the Penobscot Valley Conference Class A championship.

The members of the team are seniors Kristin Cole, Jenny Barry, Michelle Winchester, Jill Savage, Logan Svoboda and juniors Jessica Tran, Jocelyn Pinkney, Kayt Truscott and Jennifer Parker.

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 (alternate). 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.

Hockey

Presque Isle 8, Hall-Dale 0

At Presque Isle, Jason Straetz scored three goals and an assist as the Wildcats pummeled Hall-Dale.

Mike Gallagher had two goals for the winners and Derek Derosier added a goal. Josh Hayes scored a goal and an assist and Jamie Brewer had a goal and two assists. Joel Duncan added two assists and Jeremy Fischer scored an assist. Goalie Ted Wright saved all five shots he faced.

Adam St. Onge turned away 40 of 48 shots for Hall-Dale.


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