April 05, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Guerrette, Wisdom upset CAHS Panthers

ST. AGATHA – Tracy Guerrette scored 35 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and notched 10 assists to lead Wisdom to a 70-65 schoolgirl basketball win Monday night over the Central Aroostook Panthers.

Trisha Cyr added 11 points for Wisdom.

Andrea Lunn tossed in 16 points for Central Aroostook of Mars Hill, while Erin Whited contributed 15 and Jamie Alexander 14.

Central Aroostook (13-1) 65

Whited 6-3-15, Mahan, Dyer 2-2-7, J.Alexander 4-3-14, Boyd 2-1-5, T. Alexander, Pratt 4-0-8 Wisdom (12-2) 70

Paradis, L. Gervais 4-0-8, Guerrette 14-6-35, Pelletier, Cyr 4-1-11, Derosier 4-0-8, Gervais 4-0-8

3-pt. goals: J. Alexander 3, Lunn 2, Dyer; Cyr 2, Guerrette Wisdom 11 23 39 65 Central Aroostook 14 30 48 70

JV: Central Aroostook 40, Wisdom 38

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

Van Buren 60, Easton 41

At Van Buren, Denise Marquis scored 23 points to lead the Van Buren Crusaders past Easton.

Lukey Gagnon added 12 points for the Crusaders.

For the winless Bears, Sarah Hopkins led the way with 16 pints.

Easton (0-12) 41

Hopkins 7-2-16, Blackstone 4-0-9, Rice 1-0-2, Sullivan 3-0-6, M. Williams 2-0-4, Spiers 1-0-2, K. Williams 1-0-2, Sutherland, Manning-Harris Van Buren (5-4) 60

Marquis 11-1-23, Gagnon 6-0-12, Ayotte 2-3-7, Ouellette 3-0-6, Wright 4-0-8, Lagasse 1-0-2, M. Parent 1-0-2, Morin, Sirois, H. Parent

3-pt. goals: Blackstone Easton 12 21 29 41 Van Buren 12 23 43 60

JV: Van Buren 51, Presque Isle 29

DI-Stonington 57, Machias 31

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

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

Lindsey Day paced Machias with eight points.

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

Fort Kent 68, Limestone 50

At Limestone, Robin Lamarr’s 19 points led a balanced scoring attack for the Warriors’ victory.

Trista Leblanc chipped in with 14 points. Michelle Saucier and Andrea Marquis each added 12 points.

Amy Berube led Limestone with 17 points.

Fort Kent (8-4) 68

Saucier 4-4-12, Leblanc 6-2-14, Lamarr 8-2-19, Cyr 4-1-9, Harvey 1-0-2, Marquis 4-4-12, Guimond, Long Limestone (4-8) 50

St. Pierre 0-1-1, Bell 1-0-2, Harvey 3-3-9, Brooker 3-0-6, Rivard 4-1-9, Berube 7-1-17, O’Bar 3-0-6, Dugal, Butler

3-pt. goals: Lamarr; Berube 2 Fort Kent 19 31 50 68 Limestone 12 22 34 50

JV: Fort Kent 47, Limestone 29

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. Kristen Sawyer chipped in with 12.

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

Houlton 64, Schenck 48

At Houlton, Kelly Socoby and Jennie Cowperthwaite each poured in 17 points for the Shiretowners.

Jen Bell chipped in with 12 points for the winners.

Erica Franck led the Wolverines of East Millinocket with 14 points. Casey Wyman added 11.

Schenck (4-8) 48

Franck 4-6-14, Wyman 3-4-11, Johnston 2-1-5, Nic. Brown 0-1-1, Glidden 2-0-4, Birt 2-0-4, Larlee 4-1-9, Boone, Nicholson, Duprey, Nik. Brown Houlton (7-5) 64

Socoby 5-4-17, Cowperthwaite 6-5-17, Bell 6-0-12, Weber 1-0-2, Gentle 2-0-4, Drake 1-0-3, McGary 2-0-4, Prosser 2-1-5, Tingley, Jackett, Hagerty, Griffin

3-pt. goals: Socoby 3, Drake; Wyman Schenck 7 19 31 42 Houlton 14 33 45 64

JV: Houlton 52, Schenck 31

Hodgdon 52, Washburn 37

Faulkner wins 400th

At Hodgdon, coach Phil Faulkner earned his 400th career coaching victory as the host Hawks won their eighth game this season.

Washburn (3-10) 37

Hafford 3-0-6, Doody 0-1-1, Flannigan 5-0-13, Carson 3-0-6, Fitzherbert 2-1-5, Wollard 1-0-2, Conley 2-0-4, MacIntosh 0-1-1, Busse, Umphrey Hodgdon (8-3) 52

Beals 0-1-1, Nason 1-0-2, Fitzpatrick 0-3-3, Aldrich 2-0-4, Suitter 0-1-1, Chabot 4-0-8, Wallace 1-2-4, H. Quint 5-4-14, A. Quint 4-6-14, Lundon, Griffin, Willette

3-pt. goals: Flannigan 3 Washburn 11 20 25 37 Hodgdon 9 26 40 52

JV: Washburn 30, Hodgdon 29

Calais 46, Mattanawcook 38

At Lincoln, Jess Grossman put down 16 points to lead Calais and Julie Clark added 14.

Allison McLaughlin scored 13 points for Mattanawcook.

Calais (9-2) 46

Grossman 8-0-16, Clark 3-6-14, Francis 2-0-4, Churchill 1-1-3, Dewitt 1-0-2, Grover 1-5-7, Goodine, Redding, Reynolds Mattanwcook Academy (7-6) 38

McLaughlin 6-1-13, Rideout 2-4-9, Turner 2-1-5, Comeau 2-0-4, McCafferty 1-0-2, Lowell 1-0-2, Jensen 1-1-3, Taylor

3-pt. goals: Clark 2; Rideout Calais 4 20 28 46 Mattanawcook 8 17 23 38

JV: MA 49, Calais 34

Hockey

Presque Isle 4, Hampden 2

At Presque Isle, Jason Straetz scored two goals and as 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 scored an assist and Brian Cataldo recorded 18 saves off 22 shots.

Boys basketball

WA Raiders 63, J-B Royals 47

At East Machais, Brandon Ashby led the host Washington Academy Raiders with 24 points and 13 rebounds.

Matt Saumur scored 11 points and Josh Ramsdell added 10 for the Raiders.

Josh Knowlton led Jonesport-Beals with 16 points and Brian Alley added 13.

Jonesport-Beals (5-5) 47

Knowlton 7-2-16, Alley 4-5-13, Urquhart 0-2-2, Redman 4-0-8, Robinson 3-0-6, Mills 0-2-2, Kelley, Blackwood, Thibodeau Washington Academy (10-1) 63

Ashby 8-6-24, Wood 2-5-9, Ramsdell 4-2-10, Saumur 5-0-11, Jer. Look, Davis 3-0-6, Jef. Look 0-2-2, St. Pierre, Smith

3-pt. goals: Saumur Jonesport-Beals 10 21 39 47 Washington Academy 13 22 44 63

JV: Washington Academy 65, Jonesport-Bels 42

Limstone 53, East Grand 47 (OT)

At Danforth, Curtis Coachman led Limestone with 16 points.

R.J. Tholl scored 12 points for the winners and Ethan Bagley added 11.

Nick Parker paced East Grand with 23 points and 14 rebounds. J.R. Gillis had 12 points.

Limestone (5-6) 53

Raschie, Dillon 3-0-8, Chin 1-0-2, Bagley 5-1-11, Coghill 1-0-2, Coachman 6-3-16, Tholl 6-0-12, Strange East Grand (4-8) 47

Davis 0-4-4, Parker 10-3-23, Shain 2-0-4, Williams 1-0-2, Gillis 4-1-12, Brown 1-0-2, Conklin, Frye

3-pt. goals: Dillon 2, Coachman; Gillis 3 Limestone 10 24 39 45 53 East Grand 15 22 30 44 47

JV: East Grand 47, Limestone 45

Shead 75, Bangor Christian 52

At Bangor, Willie Suddy lead all scorers with 24 for Shead of Eastport.

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. Kevin Schroehr chipped in with 10. Foss led the Patriots with 13 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

Katahdin 78, Mattanawcook 68

At Lincoln, Richard Schmidt connected for 23 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead Katahdin of Sherman Station to victory.

Brandon McCarthy and Willie Sleeper scored 19 points each for the Cougars, who hit a dozen 3-pointers in the game.

Dan Welch led the way for Mattanawcook Academy with 22 points and eight rebounds, while Zac Reed netted 19 points and dished out seven assists.

Katahdin (10-3) 78

Mooney 1-1-3, McNally 2-2-6, McCarthy 5-5-19, Robinson, Sleeper 6-4-19, Schmidt 7-4-23, Carver 1-0-2, Cyr 3-0-6 Mattanawcook (7-6) 68

McLellan, Reed 7-1-19, Jordan, Birtz 1-0-2, Willette 4-0-8, Albert 2-2-7, Wotton 3-2-8, Sochulack 1-0-2, Welch 10-2-22

3-pt. goals: McCarthy 4, Sleeper 3, Schmidt 5; Reed 4, Albert Katahdin 21 38 51 78 Mattanawcook 18 30 45 68

JV: Mattanawcook 59, Katahdin 44

Fort Kent 68, Fort Fairfield 61

At Fort Kent, Ben Raymond came off the bench to score a team-high 19 points, sparking the Warriors to victory.

Jason Drolet and Chad Fournier scored 13 points each for Fort Kent, which clung to its lead after holding a three-point edge at intermission.

Jason Cunningham popped in 20 points for Fort Fairfield and Jeremy Ouellette added 13.

Fort Fairfield (7-5) 61

Cunningham 8-2-20, Ouellette 5-3-13, D. Hayes 3-1-7, Bugbee 0-2-2, Willette, Soloman 3-2-8, J. Hayes 2-2-6, Norsworthy 2-1-5 Fort Kent (7-4) 68

Raymond 8-3-19, Drolet 5-0-13, Fournier 6-1-13, Lovley 2-4-8, Murphy, Lozier 2-0-5, Murray 1-0-2, Caron, Daigle 3-0-6, Nadeau 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Cunningham; Drolet 3, Lozier Fort Fairfield 12 34 50 61 Fort Kent 14 37 51 68

JV: Fort Kent 68, Fort Fairfield 60

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 tossed in 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

Woodland 60, Hyde 58

At Woodland on Saturday, the Dragons took a nine-point lead at the end of the third and held off the Hyde School of Bath.

Josh Thornton scored 22 points, dished out seven asissts and notched four steals to lead the winners. Daryl Huwa added 12 points.

Kevin Walcott paced Hyde with 21 points while Ryan Pitman and Jeff Biggs each put in 10.

Hyde (5-1) 58

Walcott 8-3-21, Pitman 3-4-10, Biggs 4-2-10, Capers 3-0-6, Hurd 0-1-1, Watkins 4-0-8, Grinnel 1-0-2, Menna, Stearns Woodland (7-3) 60

Thornton 7-5-22, Huwa 6-0-12, Chandler 3-2-8, Dwelley 1-0-2, Nicholson, Tibbetts 3-2-8, Knowles, Speed

3-pt. goals: Walcott 2; Thornton 3 Hyde 19 33 45 58 Woodland 21 40 54 60


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