April 05, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Donaldson, Conley lift Ellsworth by Bapst

ELLSWORTH – Ellsworth’s Ben Donaldson stole a John Bapst inbounds pass with eight seconds left in overtime and scored to give the Eagles a 53-51 schoolboy basketball win over the Crusaders Monday night.

Ellsworth’s Ryan Conley sent the game into the extra session when he nailed a 3-pointer with less than a 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

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

DI-Stonington 63, Machias 57

At Deer Isle, Nick Wiberg led the Mariners with 20 points.

Jake Whitsett scored 16 points for the winners and Chris Hutchinson added 14.

Seth Kilton paced Machias with 20 points and Ben Edwards had 17.

Machias 57

Kilton 6-6-20, Edwards 7-3-17, Reynolds 3-2-8, Strachan 1-0-3, Snowdeal 1-1-3, Buck 0-2-2, McCarthy 1-0-2, N. LeRoy, M. LeRoy, Michaud, Trott, Frutchey, Whitney DI-Stonington 63

Wiberg 7-6-20, Whitsett 6-2-16, Hutchinson 6-2-14, Williams 1-2-4, M. Billings, Carter 1-3-5, J. Billings, Eaton 1-0-2, Albert 1-0-2, Hardy, Higgins, Bye, Brewer

3-pt. goals: Kilton 2, Strachan; Whitsett 2 Machias 18 29 42 57 DI-Stonington 21 36 48 63

JV: DI-Stonington 52, Machias 40

Stearns 54, Bucksport 49

At Millinocket, the Minutemen went on an 18-7 scoring surge in the fourth quarter to take the victory.

Corey Streams poured in 22 points for the Minutemen and Matt Ayotte added 12.

Cameron Giroux paced the Golden Bucks with 19 points and Buzz Simpson netted 10.

Bucksport (3-8) 49

Simpson 3-3-10, Giroux 6-7-19, Pollard 1-0-2, Beck 0-1-1, Gifford 1-2-4, Astbury 1-2-4, Clough 1-0-2, Harvey 3-1-7 Stearns (3-8) 54

Streams 9-3-22, Ayotte 4-4-12, Neal 2-2-7, Carr 0-2-2, Comber 1-0-2, Fling 2-1-5, Cote 2-0-4, Civiello

3-pt. goals: Simpson; Streams, Neal Bucksport 15 27 42 49 Stearns 16 23 36 54

JV: Stearns 52, Bucksport 50

Erskine 60, Rockland 54

At Rockland, Jeff Terning scored 19 points and Jason Bartlet added 11 as Erskine of South China earned the win.

Matt Wall and Travis Reynolds each scored 11 points to lead Rockland.

Erskine (5-5) 60

Haskell 3-0-6, Singleton 2-1-6, Stout 1-0-3, Bartlet 2-5-11, Terning 5-7-19, Courts 1-4-6, Coull 2-1-5, Belanger 2-0-4, Donner Rockland (6-5) 54

Wall 4-0-11, Reynolds 5-0-11, O’Dell 3-0-6, Lebree 2-1-5, Williams 2-5-9, Bongani 1-4-6, Stewart 1-2-4, Tower 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Singleton, Stout, Terning; Wall 3, Reynolds Erskine 12 24 45 60 Rockland 6 25 38 54

MDI 70, GSA 60

At Mount Desert, the Trojans used a balanced scoring attack to gain the victory over George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

Aaron Gray led MDI with 20 points. Chris Seely and Ian Jones each chipped in with 13 points and Justin Norwood added 11.

GSA’s Chad Mattson led all scorers with 21 points. Nicolas Malinowksi scored 14.

George Stevens Academy (2-9) 60

Mattson 8-5-21, Malinowksi 7-0-14, Allen 4-0-8, Sadlier 2-0-5, Foss 2-0-4, Cole 1-1-4, Hutchins 1-1-3, Lewandowski 0-1-1, Trenkle, Ryan, Davies Mount Desert Island (9-3) 70

Gray 8-4-20, Seely 5-3-13, Jones 5-2-13, Norwood 4-2-11, Hebron 2-0-5, Ingrisano 2-0-4, Fye 1-0-2, Roix 1-0-2, Pratt, Watson, Wordman, Walls, Applegate

3-pt. goals: Norwood, Jones, Hebron; Cole, Sadlier George Stevens Academy 17 28 45 60 Mount Desert Island 28 36 52 70

JV: MDI 77, GSA 62

Islesboro 62, Searsport 58

At Islesboro, Derek Johnson scored 26 points to lead Islesboro Eagles to the win. Ross Carver added 14 points.

Ben Dudley led the 14 points, Nate Hall had 12, and Steve Saucier added 10 for the Vikings.

Searsport (2-9) 58

Saucier 4-2-10, Hall 5-2-12, Dudley 5-0-14, Ward 1-0-2, Tripp 2-3-7, Kenney 1-1-3, Tupper 1-0-2 Islesboro (6-3) 62

Johnson 8-8-26, Carver 3-2-9, Shand 2-1-5, Dove 1-0-2, Tatro 1-0-2, Miller 2-0-4, Grindle

3-pt. goals: Dudley 4; Johnson 2, Gallant Searsport 7 27 45 58 Islesboro 17 28 45 62

MCI 66, Belfast 50

At Belfast, Jeff Giallombardo tossed in 23 points to lead Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

Paul Collins scored 13 points. Josh Plamondon and Jason Cummings tallied 12 and 10, respectively.

Matt Darres led Belfast with 24 points and Sazi Guthrie added 12.

Maine Central Institute (4-5) 66

O’Brien, J. Giallombardo 9-5-23, Vad 1-0-2, Smith, S. Giallombardo 1-2-4, St. Clair, Plamondon 5-2-12, Souci 1-0-2, Collins 5-2-13, Cummings 5-0-10 Belfast (2-7) 50

Solebello, Hurd, Guthrie 5-2-12, Lahaye 2-0-4, Morley, Palilunas, Newcomb 1-1-3, Darres 10-4-24

3-pt. goals: Collins Maine Central Institute 20 36 48 66 Belfast 17 32 42 50

JV: MCI 65, Belfast 62

Girls basketball

DI-Stonington 57, Machias 31

At Deer Isle, the Mariners outscored the Bulldogs 21-3 in the third period while pulling away to win.

Monica Christiansen and Abby Gross tossed in 15 points each for Deer Isle-Stonington.

Machias (3-7) 31

Rogers 2-1-5, Day 3-2-8, McDonald 1-0-3, Atwood, Feeney 0-1-1, J. Smith 2-2-6, Wood 1-0-2, Armstrong, Carter 2-0-4, Fortini 1-0-2, Stemplinski Deer Isle-Stonington (3-9) 57

Douglass 3-3-9, Douvarjo 2-0-4, Christiansen 5-5-15, Santospago 2-0-4, Ab. Gross 6-3-15, Ap. Gross 1-0-2, Monteith 2-0-4, Lane 1-0-2, Fifield 1-0-2, Thompson, Austin

3-pt. goals: none Machias 9 17 20 31 DI-Stonington 8 21 42 57

JV: Machias 31, DI-Stonington

Sumner 52, Wash. Academy 50

At East Machias, Sam Scott’s 3-point basket with eight seconds left tied the game and two Amy Mickel free-throws iced it for the Tigers of East Sullivan.

Scott finished with a team-high 18 points and Jen Richardson added 14.

Katie Kurz led Washington Academy with 13 points.

Sumner (4-7) 52

Scott 5-4-15, Richardson 7-0-14, Mickel 3-2-8, Buzzel 3-0-6, Warren 2-1-5, Lane 2-0-4, Defilippo, Willey Washington Academy (4-8) 50

Kurz 6-1-13, Sawyer 3-3-12, Ham 4-0-8, Francis 3-1-7, Seeley 2-1-5, Fergerson 1-2-4, Dennison 0-1-1, Cheney, Priest, Cates, Townsend

3-pt. goals: Scott, Sawyer 3 Sumner 8 16 29 52 Washington Academy 10 20 34 50

JV: Washington Academy 41, Sumner 25

Bucksport 49, Stearns 33

At Bucksport, Christy Grover led all scorers with 35 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to power Bucksport.

Shannon Boynton led for Stearns of Millinocket with eight points.

Stearns (5-5) 33

Shedd 0-1-1, Larlee 1-3-5, S. Boynton 3-0-8, A. Ripton 3-0-7, Legassey 1-4-6, Sirois 0-2-2, Page 2-0-4, Berube, Morse, Marquis, N. Boynton Bucksport (6-5) 49

Krapp 0-2-2, Sawyer 1-2-4, Downes 2-2-6, Hatch 1-0-2, Grover 10-15-35, Almquist, Smith, Pollard, Pelletier

3-pt. goals: S. Boynton 2, A. Ripton Stearns 2 14 22 33 Bucksport 9 21 36 49

Islesboro 58, Searsport 43

At Islesboro, Tracey Wuori scored 18 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and made eight steals to power Islesboro.

Robin Pendleton added 15 points.

Sarah Webster scored 11 points while Jodie Larrabee, Rosey Robert and Meghan Lavway each added 10 for Searsport.

Searsport 43

Webster 4-2-11, Larrabee 3-4-10, Robert 5-0-10, Lavway 5-0-10, Harriman 0-2-2, Benjamin, Bishop, Supps Islesboro 58

Pendleton 5-5-15, Wuori 8-2-18, Delaney 0-1-1, Robinson 4-0-8, N. Bolduc 3-2-8, A. Bolduc 2-4-8, Leach, Johnson, Diffin

3-pt. goals: none Searsport 12 20 30 43 Islesboro 10 20 33 58

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

Bangor 61, Mt. Blue 59

At Farmington, Jen Harriman’s basket with 30 seconds left in overtime gave the Rams the winning edge.

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

Mount View 64, Cam-Rock 58

At Camden, Rachel Cochrane and Naomi Gillette each tossed in 18 for Mount View of Thorndike.

Morgan King chipped in with 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

Megan Cressler led the Windjammers with 15 points.

Mount View (7-2) 64

Cochrane 3-12-18, Ward 2-1-5, Ludden 0-1-1, Gillette 4-10-18, King 5-1-11

Camden-Rockport (8-2) 58

Sommo 4-1-9, Brown 3-1-7, Neville 2-2-6, Graham 2-0-4, Osborne, Dailey 1-0-3, Goodale, Stammen 2-1-5, Magro 2-0-5, Bedford 2-0-4, Cressler 5-5-15

3-pt. goals: Cole; Dailey, Magro Mount View 15 33 44 64 Camden-Rockport 13 23 37 58

MCI 79, Belfast 55

At Pittsfield, Amanda Leavitt led the Huskies with 19 points as Maine Central Institute rolled.

Karen Brown chipped in with 11 points for the winners.

Abby Peaslee led all scorers with 22 points for Belfast.

Belfast (4-5) 55

Marden 3-2-8, Herbig 0-2-2, Welch 1-1-3, Kelley 1-1-4, Flood 3-1-7, Faulkingham 1-0-2, Brown 3-1-7, Peaslee 9-4-22, Lahaye, Potvie, Redman, McClure

MCI (7-3) 79

Brown 5-1-11, Jensen 2-3-7, Leavitt 8-2-19, Bradeen 2-0-4, Hodges 3-0-6, Raliegh 3-2-8, M. Baker 2-0-4, Graham 3-2-8, Hansen 4-0-8, Kane, K. Baker

3-pt. goals: Leavitt; Kelly Belfast 15 26 40 55 Maine Central Institute 10 37 55 79

Rockland 50, Lincoln 32

At Newcastle, Emily Gushee scored 22 points to lead the visiting Tigers and Rachel Ervin dished out 10 assists.

Sam Newell led Lincoln Academy with seven points.

Rockland (6-5) 50

Gushee 9-2-22, Baines, Gargan, Cook, Fitzgerald 2-1-5, J. Wiggin 2-0-4, Tolman 1-0-2, Ervin 2-2-6, K. Wiggin 2-1-5, Hamlin 2-0-4, Jack 0-2-2 Lincoln Academy (2-9) 32

Sa. Newell 3-1-7, Taylor 1-0-2, Lu. Giberson, Cartier 2-0-4, Alley, Williams, S. Newell 1-1-3, Bates 2-2-6, Powell 1-2-5, Mitchell, Giberson 2-1-5, Clime

3-pt. goals: Gushee 2 Rockland 20 26 37 50 Lincoln Academy 13 20 30 32

JV: Rockland 45, Lincoln Academy 36

Hockey

Old Town 6, Hall-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 he saw to record the shutout.

Adam St. Onge made 37 saves on 43 shots for Hall-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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