April 08, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Sochulack effort leads MA past Pirates

LINCOLN – Clint Sochulack scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed six rebounds to power the Mattanawcook Academy boys to a 62-59 high school basketball victory over Piscataquis Friday.

Josh Wotton and Dan Welch each scored 10 points for the Lynx.

Jacob Ginn scored 20 points for the Pirates of Guilford, while Buddy Leavitt netted 14 and Ryan White added 12.

Piscataquis (6-7) 59

Decastro 1-0-2, Priest 1-0-2, Morrison 1-1-3, Leavitt 6-0-14, Gilbert 3-0-6, Ginn 10-0-20, White Mattanawcook (8-6) 62

McLellan 1-1-3, Reed 4-0-8, Willette 1-3-5, Albert 1-0-2, Wotton 4-0-10, Sochulack 10-4-24, Welch 5-0-10, Shorey, Berts

3-pt. goals: Leavitt 2 PCHS 13 32 44 59 Mattanawcook 11 31 49 62

JV: MA 72, PCHS 43

BC Pats 63, Greenville 61 (OT)

At Greenville, Heverson Silva scored 18 points to lead Bangor Christian to an overtime victory over Greenville.

Kevin Schroeher added 15 points for the winners while Nate Conley and Mark Reitsma each had 10.

Greenville’s Ian Morrill and Jake Walden each poured in 22 points. Tom Deming chipped in with 10 points.

Bangor Christian (2-9) 63

Silva 8-2-18, Foss 3-0-6, Conley 4-1-10, Reitsma 5-0-10, McKenna 2-0-4, Schroeher 6-0-15, Tyree, Kent, Snow, Howard, Bassett Greenville (2-11) 61

Deming 4-2-10, Morrill 9-2-22, Denkins 1-1-3, Aucoin 1-2-4, Walden 6-10-22, Driscoll, Lavigne, Breton

3-pt. goals: Conley, Schroeher 3; Morrill 2 Bangor Christian 17 30 45 56 63 Greenville 12 28 46 56 61

Penquis 51, Dexter 41

At Dexter, the Penquis Patriots took a nine-point lead after one quarter and held on for the win.

Tony Heal led Penquis of Milo with 13 points. Casey Hamlin added 10 points.

Bill Keyte led three Dexter players in double figures with 16 points. Mark Cooper and Greg Haven added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Penquis Valley (9-3) 51

Heal 6-1-13, Hamlin 4-2-10, Pokrywka 3-0-6, Knowles 3-0-6, Gillis 3-0-6, Allen 2-1-5, Marino 1-0-2, Perkins 0-1-1, Demers Dexter (6-4) 41

Keyte 7-1-16, Haven 4-2-10, Cooper 5-0-11, Conners 1-0-2, Patterson 1-0-2, Mountain, Small, Bogan

3-pt. goals: Keyte, Cooper Penquis 16 22 36 51 Dexter 7 19 29 41

Islesboro 77, North Haven 40

At Islesboro, Ian Gallant led Islesboro’s balanced attack with 12 points.

Noah Davisson also scored 12 points for North Haven.

North Haven (1-9) 40

Theyer 1-1-3, Alexander 3-1-7, C. Brown 3-0-7, Cabot 1-0-2, Davisson 4-3-12, Mayor 3-1-7, M. Brown 0-1-1, Quinn 0-1-1 Islesboro (7-3) 77

Johnson 1-0-2, Carver 3-1-7, K. Frank 1-0-2, Grindle 4-0-8, Gallant 5-1-12, Welldon 4-0-9, A. Leach 1-3-5, Dove 3-0-6, Tatro 3-2-9, J. Leach 2-0-4, Miller 3-0-6, B. Frank 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: C. Brown, Davisson; Gallant, Welldon, Tatro North Haven 9 21 32 40 Islesboro 24 44 60 77

MDI 81, Ellsworth 71

At Mount Desert, Ian Jones scored 10 points in the first quarter and Aaron Gray nine in the second to lead the Mount Desert Island Trojans past their archrivals.

Gray finished with a game-high 30 points and Jones was close behind with 27. Chris Seely contributed a dozen points.

Nick Johnston and Mike Seltzer, with four 3-pointers apiece, kept the Eagles close. Johnston topped out at 29 points and Seltzer had 14. Ben Donaldson added 10 points.

Ellsworth (9-4) 71

Johnston 10-5-29, Seltzer 5-0-14, Donaldson 5-0-10, McDonald 2-2-7, Garreans 3-0-7, Conley 2-0-4, Alley, Lindsey, Spring MDI (10-3) 81

Gray 13-4-30, Jones 7-9-27, Seely 5-2-12, Norwood 3-0-7, Walls 1-0-3, Ingrisano 0-2-2, Roix, Hebron

3-pt. goals: Johnston 4, Seltzer 4, McDonald, Garreans; Jones 4, Norwood, Walls Ellsworth 12 29 47 71 MDI 22 40 57 81

JV: MDI 61, Ellsworth 54

Sumner 72, DI-Stonington 70

At East Sullivan, with 11 seconds to go, Jeff Pruett hit the Tigers’ only field goal in the fourth quarter and made the foul shot to put Sumner up by two with :04 left.

Willy Seward led for Sumner of East Sullivan with 25 points, while Jeff Crowley added 19 and Alex Williams netted 14.

Nick Wiberg led for the Mariners with 28 points. Jake Whitsett netted 15 and Chris Hutchinson added 14.

DI-Stonington (7-5) 70

Wiberg 11-5-28, Whitsett 5-1-15, Hutchinson 3-8-14, Carter 1-0-2, Eaton 1-0-2, Williams 3-0-6, M. Billings 0-3-3, Albert, Hardy, J. Billings Sumner (10-2) 72

Seward 7-7-25, Crowley 5-8-19, Williams 6-1-14, Welch 1-3-6, Freeman 0-1-1, Pruett 2-3-7, Ossolinski, Bickford, Fisher, Carter

3-pt. goals: Wiberg, Whitsett 4; Seward 4, Crowley, Williams, Welch DI-Stonington 12 31 52 70 Sumner 19 43 65 72

JV: Sumner 61, DI-Stonington 46

Woodland 55, Machias 51

At Machias, Josh Thornton poured in 22 points for Woodland.

Ben Reynolds tossed in 20 points for Machias and Ben Edwards added 12.

Woodland (7-4) 55

Thornton 7-8-22, Nicholson 4-0-8, Huwa 3-1-7, Tibbetts 2-2-6, Speed 2-0-4, Kesal 2-0-4, Dwelley 1-0-2, Chandler 1-0-2 Machias (6-5) 51

Reynolds 9-1-20, Edwards 3-6-12, Strachan 3-6-12, Snowdeal 3-0-6, Kilton 2-0-5, Buck 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Strachan 2, Kilton, Reynolds Woodland 12 26 42 55 Machias 15 25 36 51

JV: Woodland 75, Machias 69

So. Aroostook 45, Hodgdon 35

At Dyer Brook, Sam Michaud threw in 20 points to lead Southern Aroostook and Jamie Fitzherbert grabbed 10 rebounds.

Jeremy Cummings had eight points for Hodgdon.

Hodgdon (4-10) 35

Cummings 3-0-8, Hill 3-1-7, Murray 3-1-7, Wallace 2-2-6, Blanchette 2-0-4, Hanning 1-0-3, Little, Barton, Pelletier, Gray, Bither, Bell So. Aroostook (8-3) 45

Michaud 8-4-20, Hardy 3-1-7, Russell 3-1-7, Fitzherbert 3-0-6, Walker 2-0-4, Betschner 0-1-1, Holman, Notto, Wilkins, Shields, Gordon, Hersey, Smith

3-pt. goals: Cummings, Hanning Hodgdon 12 16 28 35 So. Aroostook 14 22 27 45

JV: So. Aroostook 42, Hodgdon 33

Washburn 65, Ashland 59

At Washburn, Nick Thompson scored 19 of his 31 points after the intermission for the Beavers and Jason Castonguay added 10 for the game.

Chad Cyr scored 20 points for Ashland while Charles Robinson tossed in 19.

Ashland (3-9) 59

Cyr 9-2-20, Robinson 5-9-19, Doyl 3-0-6, Bennett 1-3-5, Tardie 1-1-3, McCausland 1-2-4, Perry 1-0-2, Belskis, Haines, Lovewell Washburn (4-10) 65

Thompson 8-15-31, Castonguay 4-2-10, Gagnon 3-2-9, Turner 2-3-7, Baker 2-2-6, Aquino 1-0-2, Cunningham, Collins, Kelley, Blackstone

3-pt. goals: Gagnon Ashland 16 32 42 49 Washburn 4 30 45 65

JV: Ashland 61, Washburn 36

Girls basketball

Katahdin 66, Penquis Valley 55

At Sherman Station, Cassie Carver scored 23 of her game-high 30 points in the second half to lead Katahdin.

Laura Ordway and Jill Kelley scored 13 and 10 points, respectively, for the winners.

Erin Weston scored 16 points to pace Penquis Valley of Milo. Lauren Hamlin tossed in 11 points and Annie Gray had 10.

Penquis Valley (11-2) 55

Cail 1-0-2, Hamlin 3-5-11, Weston 6-3-16, Gray 5-0-10, Bailey 2-3-7, Nuite 1-0-2, Newbert 3-1-7, Marsh Katahdin (9-5) 66

Landry 1-2-4, Carver 11-4-30, R. Kelley 0-4-4, McNally 1-3-5, J. Kelley 4-1-10, Ordway 3-7-13, Duffy-Stanley, Mann

3-pt. goals: Weston; Carver 4, J. Kelley Penquis Valley 17 32 41 55 Katahdin 10 28 46 66

JV: Penquis Valley 38, Katahdin 31

BC Patriots 48, Greenville 35

At Greenville, Rachel and Larisa Sobey each tossed in 10 points to lead the Patriots to the win.

Julie Graham scored a team-high 10 points for the Lakers.

Bangor Christian (9-2) 48

R. Sobey 4-2-10, L. Sobey 4-2-10, Matula, Johnson 0-2-2, Mick, Ross 4-1-9, Meserve 1-0-2, Sage 2-2-6, Brewster 2-2-6, Niles 4-1-9, Haverlock Greenville (1-12) 35

Graham 3-4-10, L. Folsom 2-4-8, Christensen 2-0-4, Douglass 2-0-4, K. Folsom 1-0-2, Shaw 2-0-5, Tezer 1-0-2, Bouley, Belmont

3-pt. goals: Shaw Bangor Christian 11 17 34 48 Greenville 5 13 29 35

Penobscot Valley 41, Lee 33

At Howland, Mitchelle Doyon scored eight points during the third quarter as the Howlers enjoyed a 16-7 advantage and rolled on to the victory.

Doyon finished with a game-high 17 points for Penobscot Valley of Howland. Racheal Dawson added 10 points. Shanonn Cole paced Lee Academy with 16 points.

Lee Academy (3-9) 33

Linscott, Scott, Krapf 2-0-4, House, Cormier 2-0-4, Worster, Cole 4-8-16, Nute 1-0-2, Jipson 1-0-2, Bowen, Hayes 2-1-5 Penobscot Valley (5-8) 41

M. Doyon 5-6-17, Dawson 5-0-10, Wakefield 1-0-2, Gifford 1-0-2, Neal 3-0-6, McGinn 2-0-4, Colbath, Porter, Oldenburgh, Trafton

3-pt. goals: M. Doyon Lee Acadmey 7 16 23 33 Penobscot Valley 6 18 34 41

Mt. Blue 54, Skowhegan 39

At Farmington, the Mt. Blue Cougars held Skowhegan to one field goal in the second quarter while scoring 17 points as they picked up the win.

Heather Ernest topped Mt. Blue with 17 points.

Tara Bedard led the Indians with 16 points.

Skowhegan (5-4) 39

Bedard 7-0-16, Bourgoin 4-0-8, Ballard 3-0-6, Burns 2-1-5, Albert 1-0-2, Spofford 0-2-2, Shea, Sorrentino, Domareki, Leo, Kempton, Height Mt. Blue (6-3) 54

Ernest 6-5-17, Woodcock 3-2-9, Sloan 2-4-8, Merrill 3-0-6, Swett 3-0-6, Robinson 1-3-5, Maguire 1-0-2, Hodgkins 0-1-1, Roberts, Dodge, McLaughlin

3-pt. goals: Woodcock; Bedard 2 Skowhegan 8 10 23 39 Mt. Blue 11 28 41 54

JV: Mt. Blue 35, Skowhegan 30 (OT)

Islesboro 54, North Haven 34

At Islesboro, the Eagles outscored the North Haven Hawks 18-6 in the first quarter and maintained the edge to take the win.

Cami Delaney led a balanced scoring attack with 11 points for Islesboro. Tracy Wuori registered 14 steals.

Kim Ramlett paced North Haven with 14 points and Lindsay Brown added 11.

North Haven (5-5) 34

Ramlett 6-2-14, Brown 5-0-11, Sparhawk 1-0-2, Lovell 2-1-5, Waterman 1-0-2, Latangne, Davisson, Marves Islesboro (7-2) 54

Delaney 5-1-11, Pendelton 1-0-2, Inu 1-0-2, Wuori 4-0-8, Zlotkowski 1-0-2, Diffin 1-0-2, Robinson 4-0-8, N. Bolduc 1-1-3, A. Bolduc 4-0-8, Leach 1-0-2, Johnson 3-0-6, Pike, Bemis

3-pt. goals: Brown North Haven 6 15 24 34 Islesboro 18 32 46 54

Central 43, Searsport 39

At Searsport, Sarah Matulis and Katrina Libby each scored 11 points to pace of Central of East Corinth.

Searsport’s Sarah Webster scored 14 points and Rosie Robert had 13.

Central (3-9) 43

Matulis 4-3-11, Libby 5-1-11, Cookson 4-1-9, Rozelle 2-1-5, Downs 1-1-3, Blish 1-0-2, Strout 1-0-2, Stevens, Young Searsport (5-7) 39

Webster 6-2-14, Robert 3-7-13, Harriman 0-3-3, Larrabee 3-1-7, Benjamin 1-0-2, Bishop, Suppes

3-pt. goals: none Central 6 22 34 43 Searsport 15 21 27 39

JV: Searsport 45, Central 38

Woodland 64, Shead 55

At Eastport, Ann Dolan scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Dragons to the win.

Heather Sprague added 14 points while Angela Robb and Bonny Smith netted 12 and 10, respectively.

Laura Davis led the Tigers with a double-double, scoring 14 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

Tara Mills also added 14 points for Shead of Eastport while Sara Ricker netted 13.

Woodland (10-3) 64

Dolan 6-4-17, Higgins 2-0-4, Sprague 6-2-14, Worster 1-0-2, Robb 4-3-12, Seavey 2-0-4, Smith 4-2-10, Noyes 0-1-1, Wearne Shead (5-8) 55

Mills 5-4-14, Preston 2-1-7, Davis 4-6-14, Ingersoll 2-0-5, Ricker 6-1-13, Mattheson 0-2-2, Seeley

3-pt. goals: Dolan, Robb; Preston 2, Ingersoll Woodland 12 30 42 64 Shead 11 26 41 55

JV: Shead 57, Woodland 36

East Grand 48, Machias 37

At Danforth, Megan Amero scored her 1,000th career point during a 21-8 first quarter for East Grand.

Amero finished with 13 points. Tracey Brackett tossed in 16 points.

Lindsay Day led Machias with 14 points and Genevieve Rogers had 10.

Machias (3-9) 37

Day 7-0-14, Rogers 5-0-10, Wood 1-0-2, Carter 2-2-6, McDonald 2-0-5, M. Smith, Atwood, J. Smith, Armstrong, Fortini East Grand (6-8) 48

Brackett 5-6-16, T. Gilman 2-0-4, Faulkner 0-2-2, B. Gilman 1-0-2, Fish 3-0-6, Cropley 2-0-5

3-pt. goals: McDonald Machias 8 16 25 37 East Grand 21 25 37 48

Schenck 49, Calais 43

At Calais, the Wolverines outscored the Blue Devils 19-9 in the fourth quarter to pick up their first ever win at Calais.

Rachel Larlee led Schenck of East Millinocket with 17 points. Erica Franck added 10 points. Kristen Gower paced Calais with 11 points.

Schenck (5-8) 49

Johnston 3-0-8, Wyman 0-6-6, Franck 4-2-10, Birt 2-2-8, Larlee 7-3-17, Nic. Brown, Boone, Nicholson, Glidden, Duprey, Nik. Brown Calais (9-3) 43

J. Clark 2-2-7, Goodine 1-0-2, Churchill 3-1-7, Redding 2-0-6, Dewitt 0-2-2, Francis 1-0-2, R. Clark 2-0-4, Gower 4-3-11, Crosman 1-0-2, Reynolds

3-pt. goals: Clark, Redding 2; Johnston 2, Birt 2 Schenck 8 18 30 49 Calais 8 26 34 43

JV: Schenck 45, Calais 42


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