April 04, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

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OLD TOWN – Bangor went 11-for-12 from the line in the fourth quarter to ice a 69-60 win over Old Town in boys basketball action Wednesday night.

With just under two minutes left, the Rams led 58-57, but Peter Pitula and Tommy Waterman came up at the line – where they combined for nine points – to help Bangor pull away.

Mike Arsenault scored 18, Pitula added 16 and Waterman netted 12 for Bangor.

Jeremy Belyea led Old Town with 21 points while Jason Thibodeau and Paul Dumont each scored 11.

Bangor (8-1) 69

Aresenault 7-1-18, Pitula 5-4-16, Waterman 3-5-12, Peoples 4-0-9, Blackstone 2-2-6, Turner 2-2-6, Clarkson 1-0-2, Merrill, Crane Old Town (4-4) 60

Belyea 4-4-21, Thibodeau 3-2-11, Dumont 5-0-11, Emerson 1-4-6, Fournier 2-1-5, Vermette 1-1-3, Boynton 1-0-3, Yanush, DeGrasse

3-pt. goals: Arsenault 3, Pitula 2, Waterman, Peoples; Belyea, Thibodeau 3, Dumont, Boynton Bangor 14 35 48 69 Old Town 10 31 47 60

JV: Bangor 79, Old Town 50

Sumner 71, ‘Guagus 69

At East Sullivan, Matt Welch sank a game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime and Willy Seward scored 24 points to pace the host Sumner Tigers to victory.

Welch scored 12 points and Justin Ossolinski added 11 for the Tigers.

Nick Lyford scored 10 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Knighs of Harrington. Jared Look and Bruce Hall each scored 16 and David Fraser added 10. Alex Williams grabbed 10 rebounds.

Narraguagus (8-3) 69

Lyford 8-3-19, Ja. Look 5-5-16, Hall 8-0-16, Fraser 5-0-10, Worcester 1-1-3, Williams 2-1-5, Jo. Look, Gage-Croll Sumner (9-2) 71

Seward 6-7-24, Ossolinski 5-1-11, Welch 4-1-12, Crowley 3-2-9, Williams 3-0-6, Bickford 2-1-5, Pruett 2-0-4, Freeman, Fisher

3-pt. goals: Ja. Look; Seward 5, Welch 3, Crowley Narraguagus 17 35 47 66 69 Sumner 21 39 52 66 71

JV: Sumner 65, Narraguagus 55

Cam.-Rock. 75, Wiscasset 67

At Camden, Jim Wilson hit for a game-high 26 and Jon Masin-Peters scored 12 points and 11 rebounds for the undefeated Windjammers. Mike MacDonald had 11 Nathan Shippee led the Redskins with 23 points. Jay Foye added 14 and Steve Bleile netted 13.

Wiscasset (5-6) 67

Shippee 9-5-23, Foye 4-6-14, Bleile 3-6-13, Pontau 3-1-7, J. Dalton 1-0-2, Foster 2-0-5, Beal 1-0-3, N. Dalton, Wicks Camden-Rockport (11-0) 75

Wilson 9-5-26, Masin-Peters 5-2-12, Macdonald 3-5-11, Moro 2-2-6, Rogers 1-1-4, Kneedler 0-1-1, King 2-0-5, Marden 0-2-2, Neville 3-2-8, Smith, Learnard

3-pt. goals: Bleile, Foster, Beal, Wilson 3, Rogers, King Wiscasset 27 42 55 67 Camden-Rockport 17 35 52 75

Rockland 79, Belfast 52

At Belfast, Travis Reynolds connected for five 3-pointers and a game-high 23 points for the Tigers.

Matt Wall scored 15, and John O’Dell and Jimmy Stewart each had 10 for Rockland.

Sazi Guthrie led Belfast with 13 points. Matt Darres scored 12 and Chad Place had 10.

Rockland (7-5) 79

Reynolds 8-2-23, Wall 6-1-15, O’Dell 4-2-10, Stewart 5-0-10, Tolman 2-0-4, Labree 3-2-8, Bongani 0-1-1, Tower 3-2-8, McLeen Belfast (2-8) 52

Guthrie 5-1-13, Place 2-6-10, Darres 2-8-12, Newcomb 3-2-8, Lahaye 3-1-9, Solebello, Hurd, Morley, Jacovino, Palilunas, Sweetland

3-pt. goals: Reynolds 5, Wall 2, Guthrie 2, Lahaye 2 Rockland 17 40 56 79 Belfast 5 20 32 52

Winslow 61, Mount View 58

At Thorndike, Ryan Plisga scored 16 of his 20 points during the second half to lead Winslow to victory from a 24-point third quarter deficit.

Todd Carter scored 17 points for the winners and Ryan Redman added 10.

Mount View’s Warren Ard poured in a game-high 22 points. Kevin Roberts had 12 points.

Winslow (6-5) 61

Jackson 1-1-4, Carter 5-4-17, Bard 2-0-5, LePage 0-3-3, R. Plisga 6-8-20, Sherwood, J. Plisga, McInnis 1-0-2, Redman 2-6-10 Mount View (2-7) 58

Leonard, Rogers 1-3-5, P. Fitzpatrick 1-0-3, Von Oesen, Baker 3-0-6, Ard 8-5-22, Roberts 6-0-12, B. Fitzpatrick, Elwell 4-1-9, Fletcher 0-1-1, Palmer

3-pt. goals: Jackson, Carter 3, Bard; P. Fitzpatrick, Ard Winslow 7 15 38 61 Mount View 13 32 45 58

John Bapst 51, Bucksport 44

At Bucksport, Mike Mathien scored a game-high 31 points to lead John Bapst.

Buzz Simpson drained four three-pointers en route to 14 points for Bucksport.

John Bapst (9-3) 51

Healey 1-2-4, Ford 0-7-7, T. Tremble 0-1-1, T. Mathien 2-2-6, S. Tremble 1-0-2, M. Mathien 12-7-31, Owen, Kirkpatrick Bucksport (3-9) 44

Gray 2-0-6, Simpson 5-0-14, Pollard 0-1-1, Beck 4-1-9, Giroux 3-0-6, Clough 4-0-8, Russell, Harvey

3-pt. goals: Gray 2, Simpson 4 John Bapst 12 22 36 51 Bucksport 13 27 37 44

JV: John Bapst 50, Bucksport 31

Hampden 56, Brewer 54

At Brewer, Derek Rodgerson scored the game-winning basket with one-second remaining on a layup to seal the victory for Hampden.

Ryan Thomas scored 12 points for the winners.

Tim Hughes led Brewer with 19 points and Pat Griffin had 16.

Hampden (4-5) 56

Rodgerson 9-4-22, Thomas 5-2-12, Beaulieu 4-0-8, Hopkins 2-2-6, Shaw 1-2-4, Waite 2-0-4, Dickinson, McCue Brewer (2-6) 54

Hughes 9-0-19, Griffin 5-5-16, Sieber 3-0-8, Leighton 1-3-5, Howard 1-2-4, Johnson 0-2-2, Leeman, Miller

3-pt. goals: Hughes, Griffin, Sieber 2 Hampden 9 27 42 56 Brewer 20 30 38 54

JV: Brewer 54, Hampden 47

Girls basketball

Sumner 45, Central 32

At East Corinth, Samantha Scott connected for 15 points and Stacie Warren had 10 for the the Tigers of East Sullivan.

Marie Cookson led Central with eight points. Sarah Matulis collected 16 rebounds.

Sumner (5-6) 45

Scott 7-1-15, Warren 4-2-10, Mickel 4-0-8, Buzzell 2-1-5, Richardson 1-0-2, Willey 1-0-2, Reynolds 1-0-2, Defilippo, Austin Central (2-8) 32

Cookson 4-0-8, Matulis 2-2-6, Rozelle 3-0-6, Greatorex 2-0-4, Young 1-0-2, Iwaniszek 1-0-2, Downs 0-1-1, Blish 0-1-1, Stevens 1-0-2, Strout, Libby

3-pt. goals: None. Sumner 15 23 30 45 Central 6 12 21 32

JV: Sumner 50, Central 45

Penquis 38, Bucksport 36

At Milo, Erin Weston scored nine of her team-high 13 points in the first half as Penquis built a 25-14 halftime lead and held off a Bucksport second-half rally to avenge its only loss.

Penquis won its fifth straight and Weston had seven steals.

Christy Grover’s game-high 16 points and Kelly Downes had ni Christy Grover’s game-high 16 points and Kelly Downes had nine.

Bucksport (6-6) 36

Legere, Kropp 1-0-3, Mercer, Sawyer 4-0-8, Pelletier, Pollard, Downes 4-0-9, Grover 5-6-16, Smith Penquis (11-1) 38

Cail, Hamlin 1-2-4, Weston 3-7-13, Gray 1-3-5, Bailey 3-1-7, Nuite 2-2-7, Marsh, Newbert 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Kropp, Downes, Nuite Bucksport 6 14 25 36 Penquis 16 25 29 38

JV: Bucksport 55, Penquis 40

Nokomis 45, Skowhegan 44

At Skowhegan, Kristy Pine scored on a backdoor layup with four seconds left and scored 17 points to lead the Nokomis Warriors of Newport to the win.

Tonya Cray had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Warriors.

Wylie Hight scored 16 to pace the Indians.

Nokomis (3-5) 45

Cray 5-1-11, Pine 8-1-17, Kurro 2-1-5, Mendell, L. Pelkey 2-0-4, A. Pelkey 1-0-2, Dorman, Faloon, Nickerson 3-0-6 Skowhegan (4-3) 44

Shay 1-0-2, Albert 1-2-4, Bedard 4-0-8, Domareki, Leo, Kempton, Hight 7-2-16, Bourgoin 2-1-6, Ballard 1-1-3, Burns 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Bourgoin Nokomis 12 20 28 45 Skowhegan 12 19 32 44

JV: Skowhegan 45, Nokomis 35

Cam.-Rock. 60, Wiscasset 45

At Wiscasset, Megan Cressler led all scorers with 23 points to go with 10 rebounds for the Windjammers, who put the game away in the fourth quarter.

Kate Siviski led Wiscasset with 19 points.

Camden-Rockport (10-2) 60

Cressler 8-4-23, Sommo 1-3-5, S. Brown 2-1-5, Neville 3-0-6, Graham 1-0-2, Osborne 2-1-5, Dailey 0-3-3, Goodale 1-0-2, Stammen 1-0-2, Margo 2-0-5, Bedford 1-0-2, M. Brown, Wootton, Williams, Dickey Wiscasset (1-10) 45

Siviski 7-5-19, Applebee 1-0-2, Carr 1-0-2, Hill 2-4-8, Lyden 1-0-2, Moeller 1-0-2, Bayler 2-2-6, Bryant 0-4-4, Quantz

3-pt. goals: Cressler 3, Margo Camden-Rockport 15 26 38 60 Wiscasset 18 25 32 45

Ice hockey

Bangor 15, Lawrence 1

At Sukee Arena in Winslow, junior center Jared Gordon scored six goals and assisted on two more as the Rams knocked Lawrence from the ranks of the unbeaten.

Adam Violette added three goals for 6-4 Bangor, while David Lisnik scored two goals and assisted on two more. Justin Libby, Mike Deveau, Craig Franck and Scott Wilson tallied single goals, while Scott Wilson handed out two assists. Jason Tuck and Nick Beaulieu combined to make 29 saves on 30 shots.

Josh Richards convered a Caleb Richards feed into the lone goal for 5-1 Lawrence. Jason Poirier, Everett Flannery and Casey Holmes combined to stop 25 of 40 shots for the Bulldogs.


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