April 07, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Jamo helps LeVasseur earn 200th victory

EAST MILLINOCKET – Nate Jamo connected for 26 points for the Wolverines in coach Steve LeVasseur’s 200th win as Schenck downed Katahdin 72-60 in schoolboy basketball action Thursday.

Nick Lyons scored 17 points and Chris Wyman had 13 for Schenck. P.J. Ciarrocchi had 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Jamie McDunnah had 12 rebounds.

Willie Sleeper scored a game-high 28 points for the Cougars of Sherman Station. Brandon McCarthy followed with 11.

Katahdin (10-3) 60

Sleeper 11-2-28, McCarthy 5-1-11, Mooney 1-0-2, McNally 1-0-3, Schmidt 2-0-4, Carver 1-0-2, Rush 1-0-2, Cyr 4-0-8 Schenck (6-6) 72

Jamo 7-8-26, Lyons 5-4-17, Wyman 4-5-13, Ciarrocchi 5-0-10, McDunnah 3-0-6, Rosebush, Landry

3-pt. goals: Jamo 4, Lyons 3, Sleeper 4, McNally Katahdin 15 34 45 60 Schenck 12 29 49 72

JV: Schenck 54, Katahdin 60

Central 71, Lee 54

At Lee, Craig King had a game-high 21 points for the Red Devils of East Corinth, who jumped out to a 23-9 first quarter lead.

Ryan Rivera scored 17 and Tim McKay had 14 for Central.

Adam Peter led Lee with 19 points and Chris Carr followed with 11.

Central (5-5) 71

C. King 8-4-21, Rivera 7-0-17, McKay 6-2-14, Ladd 2-5-9, Frace 1-0-3, Tatro 1-0-2, J. King 1-1-3, McDonald, Salvia, Strauv, Plummer, Noel Lee (2-10) 54

Peters 6-4-19, Carr 5-0-11, Jacobs 2-0-5, Rastad 1-0-2, Worster 3-0-7, Dana 1-0-2, Dicker 3-0-6, Nicholas 0-1-1, Wyman, Ripley

3-pt. goals: Frace, Peters 3, Carr, Jacobs, Worster, Rivera, G. King Central 23 34 46 71 Lee 9 25 39 54

JV: Central 78, Lee 47

Camden-Rockport 71, Belfast 55

At Belfast, Jon Masin-Peters scored seven of his 16 points in the third quarter as undefeated Camden-Rockport outscored Belfast 15-6 to break the game open en route to its 12th win.

Jon Moro had 10 points for the winners, who had seven players scored six or more points.

Sazi Guthrie’s 19 points, Matt Darres’ 13 and Chad Place’s 10 points led Belfast.

Camden-Rockport (12-0) 71

Wilson 4-0-9, Moro 4-0-10, MacDonald 0-3-3, Rogers 3-0-6, Smith 0-2-2, Lanphere, Kneedler, King 2-2-6, Masin-Peters 7-0-16, Winchenbach 1-0-2, Poole, Marden 3-0-6, Learned 1-0-2, Neville 2-2-6, Spooner 0-3-3

Belfast (2-9) 55

Solebello, Hurd 0-2-2, Guthrie 6-4-19, Lahaye 1-0-2, Morley, Newcomb 2-3-7, Place 5-0-10, Darres 3-7-13, Sweetland 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Guthrie 3, Moro 2, Masin-Peters 2, Wilson Camden-Rockport 16 37 52 71 Belfast 12 28 34 55

JV: Belfast 66, Camden-Rockport 55

Erskine Aca. 65, Mt. View 60 (OT)

At Thorndike, Jason Wescott scored four of his eight points in overtime as Erskine Academy held off Mt. View.

Jay Coull scored 17 points for the winners, Craig Belanger had 15 and Dylan Coutts scored 11 points.

Kevin Roberts’ game-high 23 points led Mt. View. Clint Elwell had 18 and Warren Ard contributed 13 points.

Erskine Academy (7-4) 65

Stout, Singleton 3-1-8, Haskell, Bartlett, Ternig 1-3-6, Wescott 2-4-8, Coutts 5-1-11, Coull 6-5-17, Belanger 7-1-15

Mt. View (2-8) 60

Rogers 1-0-2, P. Fitzpatrick, VonOesen, Baker 2-0-4, Ard 5-1-13, Roberts 8-7-23, B. Fitzpatrick, Elwell 7-4-18, Fletcher

3-pt. goals: Ard 2, Singleton, Ternig Erskine Academy 13 23 39 54 65 Mt. View 7 22 40 54 60

Girls basketball

PCHS 61, Lee 44

At Guilford, Garnet Korsman dropped in a game-high 20 points, Darby Smiley had 17, and Jane Burdin recorded a double-double with 10 and 10 as the Pirates jumped out to a 21-9 first quarter lead.

Katie Cormier and Shanonn Cole led Lee with seven points apiece.

Lee (3-8) 44

Cormier 3-0-7, Cole 2-3-7, Linscott 0-2-2, Scott 1-0-2, Krapf 1-0-2, House 2-0-4, Worster 2-0-6, Nute 1-4-6, Jipson 3-0-6, Hayes 1-0-2, Bowen, Fogg PCHS (6-6) 61

Korsman 7-3-20, Smiley 6-1-17, Burdin 4-2-10, K. Kelly 2-1-5, Pulkkinen 1-2-4, S. Kelly 0-1-1, Garrett-Young 0-1-1, Drew, Elderkin, Regan

3-pt. goals: Worster 2, Cormier, Smiley 4, Korsman 3 Lee 9 15 28 44 PCHS 21 33 51 61

JV: PCHS 69, Lee 64 (OT)

Stearns 62, Houlton 52

At Millinocket, Brooke Legassey and Leana Larlee led Stearns with 16 and 14 points, respectively.

Nola Boynton added 10 points for Stearns of Millinocket.

Kelly Socoby scored 15 points for Houlton while Autumn Gentle netted 11.

Houlton (6-6) 52

Weber 1-1-3, Socoby 6-1-15, Gentle 3-2-11, Cowperthwaite 2-0-4, McGary 3-1-7, Prosser 2-2-6, Bell 1-4-6 Stearns (8-6) 62

N. Boynton 5-0-10, Shedd 3-0-6, Larlee 5-4-14, S. Boynton 2-1-5, Ripton 3-2-8, Legassey 4-8-16, Page 1-0-3

3-pt. goals: Paige, Socoby 2, Gentle 3 Houlton 13 24 37 52 Stearns 17 30 43 62

JV: Stearns 47, Houlton 38

Camden-Rockport 56, Belfast 35

At Camden-Rockport, Megan Cressler scored 12 points and grabbe eight rebounds to lead the Windjammers to the win.

Abby Peaslee led Belfast with seven points.

Belfast (4-7) 35

2-2-6, McClure 1-1-3, Herbig 1-0-2, Kelley 2-1-6, Flood 1-2-4, Faulkingham 2-0-4, Brown 1-1-3, Peaslee 3-1-7, Lahaye, Potvin, Redman, Welch Camden-Rockport (11-2) 56

Sommo 1-2-4, M. Brown 0-1-1, S. Brown 3-3-9, Neville 3-2-8, Graham 1-0-2, Osborne, Wootton 1-0-2, Williams 1-0-2, Dailey 1-0-2, Goodale, Stammen 4-0-8, Magro, Dickey, Bedford 3-0-6, Cressler 4-4-12

3-pt. goals: Kelley Camden-Rockport 11 23 37 57 Belfast 16 26 29 35

JV: Camden-Rockport 44, Belfast 34

Ellsworth 53, Sumner 46

At East Sullivan, Renee Saunders scored 16 points for Ellsworth while Erica Page added 12 in the win.

Jennifer Richardson led Sumner with 16 point.

Ellsworth (3-8) 53

Sauners 6-0-16, Page 6-0-12, Lemar 1-0-2, Smallidge 3-1-7, McDonald 1-0-2, Beekman 3-1-8, Smith 2-2-6 Sumner (5-7) 46

Richardson 6-4-16, Mickel 2-4-8, Warrne 4-0-8, Willey 1-0-2, Scott 2-4-8, Buzzell 0-4-4

3-pt. goals: Saunders 4 Ellsworth 11 18 37 53 Sumner 11 20 32 46

JV: Ellsworth 50, Sumner 40

Searsport 59, Deer Isle-Stonington 42

At Searsport, Rosie Robert had seven steals and made 14 free throws en route to a game-high 38 points for the Vikings.

Angela Douglass led the Mariners with 17 points. Monica Christiansen scored 14.

DI-Stonington (3-10) 42

Douglass 6-5-17, Christiansen 5-4-14, Douvarjo 2-1-5, Santospago 2-0-4, Gross 1-0-2, Lane, Fifield Searsport (5-6) 59

Robert 12-14-38, Webster 3-1-7, Larrabee 3-0-6, Suppes 2-0-4, Lavway 2-0-4, Harriman, Benjamin, Bishop

3-pt. goals: None. DI-Stonington 9 20 30 42 Searsport 12 27 42 59

JV: Searsport 34, DI-Stonington 31

Orono 47, John Bapst 36

At Bangor, Sarah Marquez scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Red Riots.

Meaghan Young led John Bapst with 14 points.

Orono (9-3) 47

Marquez 8-2-19, Libby 4-0-9, Gardner 2-2-6, Mehuren 2-0-5, K. Libby 2-0-4, Ventura 1-1-3, Ballard, Freese John Bapst (7-6) 36

M. Young 5-3-14, K. Young 3-2-8, Pooler 4-0-8, Albair 1-1-3, Moore 0-3-3, Evans, Noble, Sockbeson

3-pt. goals: Marquez, J. Libby, Gardner, Mehuren, M. Young Orono 6 22 35 47 John Bapst 9 18 28 36

JV: John Bapst 49, Orono 25

Hockey

Foxcroft 8, Stearns 0

At Sawyer Arena, Adam Harvey scored five goals and David Speed contributed two goals and five assists in the Ponies’ shutout.

Harvey tallied three in the first period on assists from Randy Kluj, Jamie Costa, and Speed. Ben Preston scored the remaining Foxcroft goal. Ben Orton was in goal for 5-7 Foxcroft, and Travis Cummings and Darren Daniels were in the net for 3-8 Stearns.


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