April 08, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Bangor rallies in OT

FARMINGTON – Jen Harriman’s basket with 30 seconds left in overtime gave the Bangor Rams a 61-59 schoolgirl basketball victory over the Mt. Blue Cougars Monday.

The Rams, down by 10 points for most of the game, rallied in the fourth with a 19-9 scoring surge to send the game into overtime.

Jlynn Frazier paced the Rams with 16 points, Allison Smith put in 14, Jen Harriman netted 12, and Emily Morse added 11.

Heather Ernest poured in 22 points for the Cougars and Megan Woodcock scored 13.

Bangor (5-3) 61

Dionne 2-0-4, Strout 1-0-2, Wells 0-1-1, Morse 4-2-11, Frazier 6-3-16, Smith 7-0-14, Crockett 0-1-1, Harriman 6-0-12, Wright, Mingo, Hutchinson Mt. Blue (4-3) 59

Roberts 1-0-3, Merrill 2-2-7, Hodgekins 3-0-6, Dodge 2-1-6, Ernest 5-12-22, Woodcock 4-2-13, Robinson 0-2-2, Maguire, Swett, Sloan

3-pt. goals: Morse, Frazier; Merrill, dodge, Woodcock 3 Bangor 4 19 36 55 61 Mt. Blue 10 29 46 55 59

Bangor Christian 55, Shead 48

At Bangor, Larisa Sobey led Bangor Christian with 16 points, 12 rebounds and five assists.

Rachel Sobey tossed in 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the winners.

Tina Matherson scored 20 points for Shead.

Shead (4-7) 48

Mills 3-2-8, Seeley, Preston 3-0-7, Davis 3-1-8, Ingersol 2-0-5, Ricker, Matherson 8-2-20 Bangor Christian (8-2) 55

Matula 4-1-9, Haverlock 2-0-4, Mick 1-0-2, R. Sobey 4-3-11, Ross 2-0-4, Meserve, Brewster 1-0-2, L. Sobey, Niles 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Preston, Davis, Ingersol, Matherson 2 Shead 14 31 42 48 Bangor Christian 16 28 38 55

JV: Shead 69, Bangor Christian 46

PCHS 43, Central 32

At Guilford, Darby Smiley scored a game-high 15 points for Piscataquis Community. Courtney Martin grabbed 13 rebounds.

Jen Greatorex led Central of East Corinth with eight points.

Central (2-7) 32

Greatorex 3-1-8, Strout 1-0-2, Stevens, Rozelle 2-0-4, Iwaniszek, Downs 3-0-6, Young 3-0-6, Matulis, Libby, Bush, Cookson 3-0-6 Piscataquis Community (4-6) 43

Smiley 5-4-15, kelly 2-0-4, Drew 1-0-2, Korsman 1-5-7, Burdin 3-0-6, Post, Pulkkinen 1-0-2, Regan 1-0-2, Martin 2-1-5.

3-pt. goals: Smiley; Greatorex Central 6 15 26 32 Piscataquis Community 6 15 26 32

JV: Central 38, PCHS 29

Brewer 27, Nokomis 14

At Brewer, the Witches crept out to a 10-6 lead at the half and held off the Warriors of Newport to take the victory.

Allison Wing and Liz Boone each scored seven points to pace Brewer. Tonya Cray scored six points for Nokomis.

Nokomis (1-5) 14

Kurro 0-2-2, L. Pelkey 0-1-1, Pine 1-0-3, Cray 2-2-6, Faloon 0-2-2, Nickerson, A. Pelkey, Mendell Brewer (3-5) 27

Wing 3-1-7, Trott 1-0-2, Frey 2-0-4, Gough 1-0-2, Harburger 0-1-1, Boone 3-1-7, Everett 1-0-2, Gray, Prentiss Nokomis 5 6 11 14 Brewer 5 10 21 27

Orono 67, Hermon 36

At Orono, Susan Gardner scored 19 points and Sarah Marquez had 13 as the Red Riots cruised.

Melissa Overlock scored 10 points to lead Hermon.

Hermon (0-9) 36

Overlock 3-2-10, McDonald 1-3-5, Cyr 4-0-8, Duplisea 2-0-6, Lane 1-0-2, Hichborn, Szasz, Derrah, Stevens, Porter, Small, Hare Orono (7-3) 67

Gardner 7-5-19, Marquez 6-0-13, K. Libby 0-1-1, Ballard 2-2-6, Mehuren 4-0-8, J. Libby 4-0-8, Freese 1-6-8, Taylor 1-0-2, Ventura 1-0-2, Craine

3-pt. goals: Overlock 2, Duplisea 2; Marquez Hermon 8 15 26 36 Orono 10 25 45 67

JV: Hermon 58, Orono 37

Old Town 60, Ha

At Old Town, Jody Kenniston scored 17 points for the Indians as they won their eighth game.

Andrea Pardilla scoreded 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the winners while Justine Ferland added 14 points for the winners.

Amanda Rodgerson paced Hampden Academy with 21 points and Amy-Jo Crawford had 13.

Hampden Academy (6-2) 48

Rodgerson 9-3-21, Crawford 4-4-13, Smith 1-1-3, O’Donnell 1-1-3, Vaeza-Miller 1-0-2, Peet 2-2-6, Ross, Estey Old Town (8-0) 60

Kenniston 7-2-17, Ferland 7-0-14, Pardilla 6-1-13, St. Peter 2-0-5, Cuarisma 3-0-7, Thurston 1-0-2, Voyer 1-0-2, Spencer, Nadeau

3-pt. goals: Crawford; Kenniston, St. Peter, Cuarisma Hamden Academy 10 23 39 48 Old Town 16 31 50 60

JV: Hampden Academy 51, Old Town 36

Boys basketball

Shead 75, Bangor Christian 52

At Bangor, Willie Suddy lead all scorers with 24 for Shead o Dan Morang and Ricky Cox each contributed 13 points and Corey McPhail added 12.

For Bangor Christian, Nate Conley and Chris Foss each scored 12 points, and Kevin Schroehr chipped in with 10. Foss had 10 rebounds.

Shead 75

Cox 4-3-13, Suddy 9-4-24, Small 2-2-6, Morang 6-1-13, C. McPhail 6-0-12, J. McPhail 1-0-2, Wentworth 1-3-5, Griffin, Ritchie Bangor Christian 52

Conley 4-1-12, Foss 4-4-12, Reitsma 4-0-8, McKenna 3-0-7, Schroehr 4-0-10, Silva 1-0-2, Howard 0-1-1, Kent, Tyree, Patterson, Bassett

3-pt. goals: Cox 2, Suddy 2; Conley 3, McKenna, Schroehr 2 Shead 12 35 53 75 Bangor Christian 11 23 39 52

Sumner 49, Central 42

At East Corinth, Willy Seward tossed in 21 points to lead Sumner of East Sullivan to the win.

John King led Central with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Ryan Rivera added 17.

Sumner (8-2) 49

Seward 6-6-21, Crowley 3-0-6, Ossolinski 4-0-8, Williams 1-0-2, Welch 4-0-9, Bickford 0-1-1, Pruett 0-2-2, Freeman Central (4-5) 42

J. King 6-7-19, Rivera 7-2-17, G. King 1-0-2, Straub 1-0-2, McKay 1-0-2, Ladd, Smith, Frace, Tatro

3-pt. goals: Welch, Seward 3; Rivera Sumner 7 17 35 49 Central 11 23 34 42

JV: Sumner 44, Central 40

Ellsworth 53, John Bapst 51, OT

At Ellsworth, Ben Donaldson stole a John Bapst inbounds pass with eight seconds left in overtime and scored to give the Eagles the victory.

Ellsworth’s Ryan Conley sent the game into the extra session when he nailed a 3-pointer with less than minute left to tie it at 47.

Nick Johnston and Mike Seltzer each scored 15 points to lead Ellsworth and Rick McDonald put in 11.

Mike Mathien poured in 26 points for the Crusaders of Bangor and Bill Ford netted 10.

John Bapst (8-3) 51

Healey 2-0-4, Ford 5-0-10, T. Tremble 0-1-1, T. Mathien 2-2-6, S. Tremble 2-0-4, M. Mathien 11-4-26 Ellsworth (9-3) 53

Johnston 6-0-15, Seltzer 5-0-15, Alley 1-0-2, McDonald 5-1-11, Lindsey, Donaldson 2-1-5, Conley 2-0-5

3-pt. goals: Johnston 3, Seltzer 5, Conley John Bapst 17 27 39 47 51 Ellsworth 17 26 36 47 53

Nokomis 75, Brewer 68

At Newport, Rodney Rouse had 26 points and 10 rebounds to help lead the Warriors. Frank Rapp had 15 points and Jerrid Otis added 12.

Pat Griffin led Brewer with 20 points, 19 in the first half, and Tim Hughes had 16. Adam Leeman chipped in with 11 points.

Brewer (2-4) 68

Griffin 7-3-20, Hughes 7-2-16, Leeman 4-0-11, Leighton 4-1-9, Johnson 2-2-6, Miller 1-2-4, Snell 1-0-2, Howard, Sieber Nokomis (4-3) 75

Rouse 12-2-6, Rapp 6-3-15, J. Otis 5-1-12, Ellisen 4-0-9, White 1-4-6, Morse 1-0-3, R. Otis 0-2-2, Boulanger

3-pt. goals: Griffin 3, Leeman 3; J. Otis, Ellisen, Morse Brewer 23 34 52 68 Nokomis 20 37 57 75

JV: Nokomis 55, Brewer 38

Hermon 65, Orono 51

At Orono, Chris Gray scored 15 points and tallied eight blocks to lead the Hawks. Scott Smith added 11 points.

For Orono, Joel Johnson finished with 16 points and David Means had eight steals.

Hermon (7-5) 65

Cox 1-0-3, Scripture 1-0-2, Wyman 3-0-6, St. Louis, Garland 3-2-8, Gray 6-3-15, Tweedie, Smith 4-2-11, Phinney, Bartlett 7-0-14, Dobbins 3-0-6 Orono (2-8) 51

Johnson 4-6-16, Means 2-3-8, Bishop, Enos 2-1-5, Torrey 0-1-1, Chandler 0-1-1, Wade 6-1-18, Markowsky 0-3-3, Stinson

3-pt. goals: Cox, Smith; Johnson 2, Means, Wade 5 Hermon 17 30 48 65 Orono 15 28 44 51

Old Town 74, Hampden 72

At Old Town, Jeremy Belyea scored 24 points to power the Indians to the win.

Bruce Boyington added 15 points while going 8-for-8 from the line while Paul Dumont chipped in 10.

Tim Shaw led Hampden with 22 points while Derek Rodgerson scored 21 and Jeremy Hopkins 14.

Hampden (4-3) 72

Shaw 8-6-22, Rodgerson 7-5-21, Hopkins 7-0-14, Beaulieu 2-4-8, Thomas 2-1-5, McCue 1-0-2, Waite, Dickinson, Burke

Belyea 6-6-24, Boyington 3-8-15, Dumont 5-0-10, Fornier 3-3-9, Emerson 1-5-7, DeGrasse 2-1-5, Yanush 1-0-2, Thibodeau 1-0-2, Godsoe

3-pt. goals: Belyea 2, Boyington, DeGrasse; Rogerson Hampden 15 30 48 72 Old Town 15 30 48 72

JV: Hampden 65, Old Town 38

Hockey

Old Town 6, Hale Dale 0

At Augusta, Old Town’s Kevin Gallant scored twice to lift the Indians, now 7-9.

Josh Silbey, Tim Gomm, Todd Hamlin and Randy Rand each scored, while Adam Mortell stopped all 25 shots.

Adam St. Onge made 37 saves on 43 shots for Hale-Dale, now 3-6.

Presque Isle 4, Hampden 2

At Presque Isle, Jason Straetz scored two goals and added an assist to lead the 9-1-1 Wildcats.

Presque Isle’s Jamie Brewer scored the game-winning goal and added an assist and Ted Wright saved 19 of 21 shots. Joel Duncan scored a goal.

Brothers Scott and Sean Tardiff each scored a goal for 2-6 Hampden Academy. Tim Morin notched an assist and Brian Cataldo recorded 18 saves off 22 shots.

Orono 4, Messalonskee 3 (OT)

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Eric Powers scored the unassissted game-winner with 27 seconds left in overtime.

Matt McKnight scored the game-tying goal for the 11-1 Red Riots off assists from Tom Hite and Adam Sewall to knot the game at 3-3 in the third period, only 40 seconds after Messalonskee had taked a one-goal lead.

Orono’s first goal came during a four-on-four and Noah Lundy knocked it in off an assist from McKnight. Sewall also tied the game at 2-2 with an unassisted goal and Stuart Cady saved 20 of 23 shots.

Mike Engert led 4-3-1 Messalonskee with two goals and assisted on Bryan Engert’s goal that gave Eagles a 3-2 lead at 10:04 in the third period. Ryan Ridky turned away 45 of 49 shots.

North Yarmouth 7, Bangor 1

At North Yarmouth, Malcom Thomas and James Garrett each netted two goals to lead the 10-2 Clippers.

James Garrett had three assists and Tony Quesada and Brian Gagne combined to stop 17 of 18 shots.

Jared Gordon gave 5-4 Bangor an early 1-0 lead off an assist from David Lisnik. Jason Tuck saved 31 of 38 shots.


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