April 07, 2020
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Sumner’s Welch, Seward unhorse ‘Guagus Knights

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 a 71-69 boys basketball victory over Narraguagus of Harrington Wednesday.

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 Knights. 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

So. Aroostook 55, East Grand 42

At Dyer Brook, Sam Michaud scored a game-high 29 points and James Fitzherbert pulled in 16 rebounds for the Warriors of Dyer Brook.

Nic Parker tossed in 20 points to go with 13 rebounds for the Vikings of Danforth. J.R. Gillis had 14 points.

East Grand 42

Parker 9-1-20, Gillis 6-1-14, Williams 2-3-7, Davis 0-1-1, Conklin, Frye, Shane, Brown, Faulkner, A. Gillis So. Aroostook 55

Michaud 13-3-29, Fitzherbert 3-1-7, Russell 2-0-4, Hardy 2-0-4, Betschner 2-0-4, Walker 2-0-4, Shields 1-1-3, Holman, Notto, Wilkins, Gordon, Hersey, Smith

3-pt. goals: Gillis, Parker East Grand 15 20 29 42 So. Aroostook 12 29 45 55

JV: S. Aroostook 74, East Grand 43

Machias 57, Shead 52

At Machias, Ben Edwards scored 13 of his 19 points in the second half as the Bulldogs overcame a 12-point halftime deficit.

Seth Kilton and Ben Reynolds added 15 and 13 points respectively for the winners.

Ricky Cox paced Shead of Eastport with 20 points and Corey McPhail tossed in 12.

Shead (4-6) 52

Edwards 8-3-19, Kilton 5-4-15, Reynolds 5-0-13, Snowdeal 1-2-4, Strachan 1-0-3, Buck 1-1-3, Michaud, McCarthy Machias (6-4) 52

Cox 7-4-20, McPhail 6-0-12, Morang 4-0-8, Suddy 3-1-8, Small 1-0-2, Griffin 0-2-2, Mitchell, J. McPhail

3-pt. goals: Cox 2, Suddy; Reynolds 3, Strachan, Kilton Shead 9 29 39 52 Machias 12 17 37 57

JV: Shead 50, Machias 45

Greenville 72, Higgins 41

At Greenville, Ian Morrill drained nine shots en route to a 19 point performance to lead the Lakers.

Greenville’s Jake Waldon scored 13 points and ripped down 17 rebounds while Tom Deming tossed in 10 points and grabbed 123 rebounds.

David Bryson led Higgins Christian of Charleston with eight points.

Higgins Christian (1-6) 41

Butcher 1-4-6, Niles 2-0-4, Philbrick 2-3-7, Smith 2-3-7, Bryson 4-0-8, Langlas 2-2-6, Day 1-1-3, Sczowski, Strout, Frost Greenville (2-10) 72

Deming 5-0-10, Morrill 9-1-19, Denkins 3-0-6, Aucoin 4-0-8, Waldon 5-3-13, Driscol 3-2-8, Levine 3-0-6, Diemer 0-1-1, Munster 0-1-1, Narbus, Breton

3-pt. goals: none Higgins Christian 7 13 21 41 Greenville 24 39 60 72

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 points.

Nathaniel 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

Presque Isle 70, Houlton 69

At Presque Isle Tuesday, Tory McPherson made both foul shots with a second left to lift the Wildcats past the Shiretowners Tuesday.

McPherson scored 15 while George Graves and Jake Robertson each tallied 14 and John Blanchard added 12.

Luke Ritchie led Houlton with 21, while Andy Guy added 17 and Shane Lee put down 12.

Houlton (10-1) 69

Ritchie 7-7-21, Weston 3-1-7, Cowperthwaite 1-2-4, Guy 5-2-17, Carter 4-0-8, Lee 4-4-12, Thomas, Adams, Trojanowski, Hipsley, DiStefano, Austin Presque Isle (7-3) 70

McPherson 5-4-15, Blanchard 6-0-12, Constant 2-1-6, Graves 6-0-14, Wood 2-5-9, Robertson 6-2-14, Larsen, Donovan, Tuttle, Gardiner, Czosnek, Griffen

3-pt. goals: Houlton 20 33 52 69 Presque Isle 5 25 48 70

JV: Presque Isle 78, Houlton 76 (OT)

Limestone 66, Van Buren 52

At Limestone Tuesday, Ethan Bagley scored 10 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter to power the Eagles on Tuesday.

Curtis Coachman added 15 points and R.J. Tholl had 11.

Kurt Castonguay and Nate Marquis each scored 18 for Van Buren

Van Buren (10-2) 52

Castonguay 8-2-18, Cormier 1-0-3, Pelletier 2-0-6, Marquis 8-1-18, Wright 2-2-6, Cote 0-1-1, Smith, Ayotte, Sirois, Lajoie, Gorneault Limestone (5-8) 66

Dillon 3-0-7, Bagley 10-3-23, Coghill 4-0-8, Coachman 5-2-15, Tholl 5-1-11, Danielson, Giacommazi, Strange, Chin,

3-pt. goals: Van Buren 12 22 38 52 Limestone 17 35 48 66

JV: Van Buren 44, Limestone 32

Piscataquis 105, Greenville 57

At Guilford Tuesday, freshman Buddy Leavitt connected on nine 3-pointers on his way to 31 points to help Piscataquis to their fifth win.

Trey Gilbert contributed 16 points for the Pirates of Guilford, while Ryan White finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds and Louie Morrison contributed 12 points.

Jake Walden and Tom Deming scored 12 points for Greenville.

Greenville (1-10) 57

Walden 3-5-12, Deming 5-2-12, Morrill 3-1-8, Denkins 4-0-8, Aucoin 3-2-8, Breton 1-2-4, Narbus 1-0-3, Driscoll, Lavigne 1-0-2, Diemer Piscataquis (5-6) 105

Leavitt 10-2-31, Gilbert 6-3-16, White 7-0-14, Morrison 6-0-12, Burgess 4-0-8, Ginn 4-0-8, Priest 3-0-7, Starbird 2-0-4, Jones 1-0-2, DeCastro 1-0-2, Littlefield 0-1-1, Johnston

3-pt. goals: Walden, Morrill, Narbus; Leavitt 9, Gilbert, Priest Greenville 15 23 47 57 Piscataquis 25 55 80 105

Foxcroft 70, Stearns 67 (OT)

At Dover-Foxcroft Tuesday, Nate Laita scored 20 points to lead the Ponies to the overtime win.

Andy Lizotte pumped in 17 for Foxcroft Academy.

Corey Streams led Stearns of Millinocket with 27 points, Jon Neal finished with 16, including a 3-pointer with two seconds left in the fourth to tie the game, while Matt Ayotte fired in 13.

Stearns (2-9) 67

Streams 9-8-27, Neal 6-0-16, Comber 1-0-3, Ayotte 4-5-13, Cote 3-2-8, Carr, Civello, Fling Foxcroft (8-5) 70

Hartford 1-1-3, Clawson 3-2-8, Kimball 3-3-9, Lizotte 6-7-17, Stevens 3-1-7, Grant 2-0-6, Laita 9-2-20, Oakes, Krushet, Robbins

3-pt. goals: Neal 4, Streams, Comber; Grant 2 Stearns 16 32 49 58 67 Foxcroft Academy 17 27 42 58 70

Averill 59, Forest Hills 56

At Jackman Tuesday, Charlie Aybar’s 3-pointer with three seconds left propelled Averill of Hinckley to the win.

Raymon Cales finished with 18 points for the Beavers, while Aybar finished wiht 12 and Chalmers Russell added 10.

Matt Van Camp led forest Hills for the Tigers with 17 poins, while Dave Schoenmann contributed 15 points and 14 rebounds and Ryan Begin added 11 points.

Averill (7-4) 59

Cales 8-0-18, Aybar 4-0-12, MacCaskey 4-0-8, Diaz-Brown 4-0-9, Polk 1-0-2, Russell 5-0-10 Forest Hills (6-4) 56

VanCamp 8-1-17, Ra. Begin 2-0-4, Plante 3-0-9, Ry. Begin 4-0-11, Moore, Caron, Schoenmann 7-1-15

3-pt. goals: Aybar 4, Cales 2, Diaz-Brown; Plante 3, Ry. Begin 3 Averill 11 30 39 59 Forest Hills 14 28 47 56

Girls basketball

Shead 81, Lubec 32

At Lubec, Laura Davis led Shead of Eastport with 17 points.

Sara Ricker scored 15 points for the winners and Rebecca Lingley threw in 12. Morgan Seeley and Melissa Preston scored 11 and 10 points respectively.

Danielle Stevens scored a team-high 13 points for Lubec.

Shead (5-7) 81

Mills 3-1-7, Seeley 5-1-11, Preston 4-1-10, Davis 7-2-17, Ingersoll 1-0-2, Ricker 7-1-15, Matheson 3-0-7, Lingley 6-0-12 Lubec (1-8) 32

Stevens 5-3-13, Case 1-0-2, McConnell 4-1-9, Leseur 1-0-2, Campbell 3-0-6, Davis, Feltner, Farmer, Brown, Jones, Mathews, Marston

3-pt. goals: Preston, Davis, Matheson Shead 16 36 55 81 Lubac 4 11 21 32

JV: Shead 52, Lubec 30

Van Buren 51, Limestone 40

At Van Buren, Denise Marquis scored a game-high 20 points to go with 10 rebounds for the Crusaders. Lukey Gagnon added 12 points.

Chrissie Harvey led Limestone with 13 points.

Limestone (4-8) 40

Harvey 5-3-13, Bell 1-0-2, Brooker 3-2-8, Berube 3-1-7, Dugal 0-1-1, O’Bar 3-3-9, St. Pierre, Rivard Van Buren (6-4) 51

Marquis 8-4-20, Gagnon 5-2-12, Ayotte 4-1-9, Ouellette 1-1-3, Wright 1-0-2, Parent 1-0-2, Sirois 1-1-3, Laplante

3-pt. goals: None. Limestone 6 21 29 40 Van Buren 16 23 35 51

JV: Van Buren 39, Limestone 21

Presque Isle 78, Caribou 42

At Presque Isle, Brianna Blanchard tossed in 20 points and the Wildcats put two other players in double figures while beating their archrivals.

Blanchard contributed nine rebounds and six steals for Presque Isle. Allison Piper scored 13 points and Treena McPherson added 11.

Jennifer Jose connected for a game-high 23 points to pace Caribou.

Caribou (2-8) 42

J. Jose 11-0-23, E. Jose 4-0-8, Nason 2-0-5, Theriault 0-2-2, Kane 1-0-2, Soucie 1-0-2, Butler, Griffeth, Karagory, Willey Presque Isle (5-3) 78

Blanchard 7-6-20, Piper 6-1-13, McPherson 3-5-11, Peers 3-2-9, Milliard 2-2-6, Ireland 0-2-2, Cowett 0-2-2, Hayward 3-0-6, Tilley

3-pt. goals: J. Jose, Nason; Blanchard, Peers Caribou 8 21 32 42 Presque Isle 12 34 52 78

JV: Presque Isle 49, Caribou 34

Houlton 68, Hodgdon 47

At Houlton, Jennie Cowperthwaite scored 20 points to lead the Shiretowners to the win over Hodgdon.

Jessica Weber and Erica Drake each scored 10 points for Houlton.

Holly Quint scored 11 points to lead Hodgdon. Hodgdon (9-4) 47

H. Quint 5-1-11, Beals 1-0-2, Nason 1-0-2, London 1-1-3, Fitzpatrick 2-0-4, Aldrich 1-1-3, Suitter 2-1-5, Chabot 2-0-4, Griffin 1-0-3, Wallace 1-2-4, A. Quint 2-2-6, Bell, Willette Houlton (8-5) 68

Weber 5-0-10, Cowperthwaite 7-6-20, Drake 3-2-10, Socoby 3-1-7, Gentle 1-0-3, McGary 2-5-9, Prosser 1-0-2, Haggerty 2-0-4, Bell 1-1-3, Tingley, Jackett, Griffin

3-pt. goals: Griffin; Drake 2, Gentle Hodgdon 11 17 29 47 Houlton 19 34 54 68

JV: Houlton 44, Hodgdon 38

Jonesport-Beals 67, Machias 22

At Jonesport-Beals, Renee Davis scored 14 points to lead the Royals and Trisha Carver added 13.

Catie Feeney paced Machias with seven points.

Machias (5-4) 22

Rogers 0-3-3, Day 0-2-2, McDonald 0-2-2, Atwood, Feeney 3-1-7, Smith 0-1-1, Wood 1-0-2, Armstrong, Carter 2-1-5, Fortini, Stemplinski Jonesport-Beals (8-2) 67

Alley 3-0-6, Stewart 3-1-7, Beal 0-1-1, L. Woodward 1-1-3, Andrews 1-0-3, T. Carver 5-3-13, C. Carver 0-2-2, Merchant 3-0-6, Smorch 1-3-5, C. Woodward 1-2-4, Durkee 1-1-3, Davis 6-2-14

3-pt. goals: Andrews Machias 6 8 13 22 Jonesport-Beals 16 36 53 67

JV: Jonesport-Beals 49, Machias 26

Narraguagus 58, WA 52

At Harrington, Missa Meserve scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Knights. Laura Morse added 12.

Beckie Seeley scored a game-high 24 points for the Raiders of East Machias. Rainya Ham had 13 points.

Washington Academy (4-9) 52

Seeley 8-4-24, Ham 6-1-13, Fergerson 0-1-1, Kurz 0-1-1, Priest 0-2-2, Sawyer 2-0-4, Cates 1-0-2, Francis 1-3-5, Boudreau, Dennison Narraguagus (10-2) 58

Meserve 5-4-14, Morse 5-2-12, Knapp 2-2-7, Skinner 0-1-1, LaCaler 1-0-2, Strout 3-2-8, Howe 2-2-6, Portrie

3-pt. goals: Seeley 4, Knapp Washington Academy 16 34 40 52 Narraguagus 13 23 34 58

JV: Washington Academy 46, Narraguagus 30

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

Rangeley 47, Valley 41

At Rangeley, Emilie Nichols scored 14 points to lead the Lakers.

Tasha Clark had a solid game for the winners with 12 points, eight rebounds and seven steals. Karen Wing led the team with 10 rebounds.

Erin Melcher scored a game-high 18 points for Valley of Bingham. Tiffany Messer chipped in with 13 points.

Valley (8-3) 41

Harrill 1-0-2, Lawyerson, Melcher 8-2-18, Messer 5-0-13, Roderick 3-0-6, Belanger 1-0-2, Dunton, Northup, Casey, Morrill Rangeley (4-6) 47

Nichols 5-1-14, Goodwin 3-0-6, Marcia 0-3-3, Bicknell, Clark 5-2-12, Stewart 0-1-1, Wing 3-0-6, Mulholland 2-1-5, Savage

3-pt. goals: Messer 3; Nichols 3 Valley 5 16 37 41 Rangeley 15 21 37 47

Foxcroft 47, Stearns 43

At Dover-Foxcroft Tuesday, the Ponies gradually erased an early deficit en route to victory over the Minutemen.

Becky Warren paced Foxcroft Academy with 18 points, while Jodie Nelson contribute 17 points and eight rebounds. Laurie Lavoie provided eight assists and Amy Kelley made seven steals.

Brianna Page led Stearns of Millinocket with 15 points.

Stearns (5-6) 43

Page 7-0-15, Ripton 3-2-8, Legassey 1-4-6, S. Boynton 2-1-7, Berube 1-0-2, Shedd 2-0-5, N. Boynton, Sirois Foxcroft Academy (9-4) 47

Becky Warren 5-4-18, Jodie Nelson 8-1-17, Kelley 1-5-7, Mueller 1-2-4, Lavoie 0-1-1, Clawson, Merrill

3-pt. goals: Page, S. Boynton 2, Shedd; Warren 4, Nelson Stearns 14 21 35 43 Foxcroft 7 15 32 47

So. Aroostook 66, East Grand 53

At Danforth, Kim Collier paced Southern Aroostook with 17 points and Annika Diekman added 15.

East Grand’s Megan Amero poured in 32 points Tracey Brackett chipped in with 10.

So. Aroostook (8-3) 66

Collier 5-6-17, Diekmann 4-4-15, Greenlaw 3-2-8, Swallow 2-2-6, Lyons 1-1-3, Tarr 3-2-8, Willinger 4-1-9, Chambers, Edkins, Smith, Crandle East Grand (5-8) 53

Amero 13-3-32, Brackett 1-8-10, T. Gilman 1-0-2, Faulkner 0-1-1, Cropley 1-1-3, B. Gilman 0-2-2, Fish 1-1-3, Goforth, Whitney, Osnoe, Knights

3-pt. goals: Collier, Diekmann 3; Amero 3 So. Aroostook 15 35 52 66 East Grand 4 23 30 53

JV: So. Aroostook 41, East Grand 27

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

Piscataquis 65, Greenville 41

At Guilford, Darby Smiley led Piscataquis with 21 points and Courtney Martin grabbed 10 rebounds.

Katrina Belmont paced Greenville with 13 points.

Greenville (1-8) 41

Belmont 6-0-13, L. Folsom 1-2-4, Christensen, K. Folsom 2-0-4, Tezer, Douglas 4-0-8, Shaw 2-0-5, Graham 2-0-4, Bowley, Brown 1-1-3, Lavigne Piscataquis (5-6) 65

Smiley 6-8-21, Martin 1-5-7, Drew 3-0-8, Korsman 2-0-6, Elderkin 1-0-2, Burdin 3-0-6, Post 1-0-2, Pulkkinen, Garrett-Young 0-1-1, S. Kelly, K. Kelly 3-0-6, Regan 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: Belmont, Shaw; Smiley, Drew 2, Korsman 2 Greenville 6 12 25 41 Piscataquis 12 30 45 65

JV: Greenville 35, Piscataquis 30


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