March 29, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Caribou Vikes knock Brewer

CARIBOU – The Caribou Vikings rallied from a five-point halftime deficit to take a 10-point lead after three quarters and notch a 66-57 schoolboy basketball win over Brewer Saturday afternoon.

Ryan Soucie led Caribou with 21 points. James Sam and Lance Belanger added 17 and 15 points respectively.

Tim Hughes led Brewer with 28 points.

Brewer (2-7) 57

Hughes 12-1-28, Howard 3-1-8, Sieber 1-1-4, Griffin 3-0-6, Miller 2-1-5, Johnson 2-0-4, Snell 1-0-2, Leighton, Largay Caribou (4-6) 66

Belanger 5-4-15, Soucie 8-4-21, Sam 8-0-17, Umphrey 1-0-2, Plourde 3-0-6, Martin 1-3-5, Holabird

3-pt. goals: Belanger, Soucie, Sam; Hughes 3, Howard, Sieber Brewer 17 33 38 57 Caribou 13 28 48 66

JV: Brewer 53, Caribou 45

Forest Hills 79, Rangeley 71

At Rangeley, Matt VanCamp poured in 32 points including 13 in the fourth quarter to lead Forest Hills.

Ross Plante drilled four three-pointers en route to 22 points. Plante scored 12 of Forest Hills’ 14 points in the third quarter to keep them in the game. Dave Schoenmann ripped down 14 rebounds.

Rangeley’s Mike Spalding scored a game-high 39 points and Ryan Wilbur added 12.

Forest Hills (7-5) 79

VanCamp 11-7-32, Ra. Begin 3-3-9, Plante 9-0-22, Ry. Begin 2-1-6, Moore 0-1-1, Schoenmann 4-1-9 Rangeley (8-5) 71

Spalding 15-9-39, Schaffer 4-0-9, Wilbur 6-0-12, Tarby 2-2-6, Hutchinson 1-1-3, Grant 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: VanCamp 3, Plante 4, Ry. Begin; Schaffer Forest Hills 23 37 53 79 Rangeley 12 39 59 71

Fort Fairfield 67, Madawaska 55

At Madawaska Friday, Jason Cunningham paced a balanced Tigers attack with 18 points as Fort Fairfield topped the Owls.

Peter Solomon pitched in with 14 for Fort Fairfield, while Jeremy Ouellette scored 13 and Chris Norsworthy notched 10.

Luke Pennington connected for 26 points for Madawaska.

Fort Fairfield (8-5) 67

Cunningham 4-8-18, Solomon 5-2-14, Ouellette 5-3-13, Norsworthy 5-0-10, Bugbee 0-5-5, J. Hayes 2-1-5, D. Hayes 1-0-2, Guiou, Patrick, Willette, Jones, Burns Madawaska (6-5) 55

L. Pennington 11-3-26, Pelletier 3-2-8, E. Cyr 4-0-8, Marshall 2-0-4, D. Cyr 1-1-4, Clavette 1-0-3, Nadeau 1-0-2, Michaud, Cooper, M. Pennington

3-pt. goals: Cunningham 2, Solomon 2; L. Pennington, Cyr, Clavette Fort Fairfield 19 34 54 67 Madawaska 14 28 43 55

JV: Madawaska 51, Fort Fairfield 37

Woodland 55, Machias 51

At Machias Friday, 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 Friday, 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 Friday, 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 basketbal

Brewer 52, Caribou 41

At Caribou, Leslie Trott scored 15 points as Brewer earned the easy victory.

Liz Boone added 13 points for the winners.

Jen Jose scored a game-high 21 points that paced Caribou and Tiffany Nason had 12.

Brewer (4-5) 52

Trott 6-3-15, Boone 5-3-13, Prentiss 2-0-4, Wing 2-4-8, Frey 0-4-4, Everett 4-0-8, Gray, Strang, Harburger Caribou (2-9) 41

Nason 3-5-12, J. Jose 9-3-21, Theriault 2-0-4, Soucie 2-0-4, Butler, Karagory, Griffeth, Kane, E. Jose

3-pt. goals: Nason Brewer 12 24 38 52 Caribou 6 19 33 41

JV: Brewer 46, Caribou 23

Sumner 48, Jonesport-Beals 43

At East Sullivan, Sumner held Jonesport-Beals to three first-quarter points and went on to take the win.

Stacie Warren led Sumner with 16 points. Jessica Buzzell added 10 points.

Tricia Carver’s 22 points and five 3-pointers paced the Royalettes and Renee Davis tossed in 12 points.

Jonesport-Beals (8-5) 43

Carver 6-5-22, Davis 5-2-12, Durkee 1-0-2, Merchant 1-0-2, Andrews 3-3-9, Alley 0-1-1, Stewart Sumner (6-7) 48

Warren 4-6-16, Buzzell 5-0-10, Richardson 2-1-5, Scott 3-2-9, Willey 1-0-2, Mickel 3-0-6, Reynolds

3-pt. goals: Warren 2, Scott; Carver 5 Jonesport-Beals 3 21 29 43 Sumner 12 29 35 48

JV: Sumner 42, Jonesport-Beals 29

Mount View 59, Belfast 57

At Belfast Saturday, Sarah Cole led a balanced Mount View attack that featured five players scoring at least nine points.

Cole finished the game with 14 points while Rachel Cochrane and Naomi Gillette scored 13 and 12 points respectively.

Abby Peaslee poured in a game-high 20 points for Belfast and Jamie Marden added 17.

Mount View (10-2) 59

Cole 5-3-14, Cochrane 4-5-13, Gillette 6-0-12, Ward 4-1-9, Ludden 1-7-9, Stevens 1-0-2, Morse, King Belfast (4-8) 57

Peaslee 10-0-20, Marden 6-5-17, McClure 2-5-9, Brown 3-0-6, Kelley 1-0-3, Herbig 1-0-2, Welch, Flood, Faulkingham, Redman

3-pt. goals: Cole; Kelley Mount View 17 32 45 59 Belfast 14 30 36 57

Rangeley 32, Forest Hills 30

At Rangeley, Tasha Clark led the Lakers with 11 points for the win.

Jessica Brady scored 14 points and Jen Conrad chipped in with 11 for Forest Hills of Jackman.

Forest Hills (5-7) 30

Lumbert 0-1-1, Conrad 5-1-11, Brady 5-2-14, Kieper, Brown 1-1-3, Duplessis, Achey 0-1-1, Decker Rangeley (7-6) 32

Haggan, Nichols 2-0-5, Goodwin, Marcia 1-0-2, Bicknell, Stewart 2-1-5, Quimby, Clark 5-1-11, Gagnon, Wing 2-0-4, Muholland 1-1-3, Savage 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Brady 2; Nichols Forest Hills 10 15 26 30 Rangeley 8 18 26 32

Washburn 43, Ashland 42

At Ashland Friday, the Washburn Beavers rallied from a 12-point halftime deficit, and Amy Busse hit a 3-pointer with 10 seconds remaining to pick up the win.

Wendy Carson led Washburn with 12 points and Kerry Flannigan added 10. Erin Campbell scored 18 points for Ashland.

Washburn (3-11) 43

Flannigan 3-4-10, Carson 5-2-12, Busse 3-1-8, Doody 2-0-4, Fitzherbert 2-0-4, Conley 2-0-4, Hafford, Howard Ashland (2-9) 42

Campbell 7-4-18, Marecaux 1-2-4, Larson 2-3-7, Belanger 3-0-6, Dwyer 1-2-4, Bennett 1-1-3, Mo. O’Clair, Bessey, Millett, Me. Muffler, Mi. Muffler, Mi. O’Clair

3-pt. goals: Busse Washburn 6 16 27 43 Ashland 14 28 32 42

JV: Washburn 42, Ashland 23

Fort Fairfield 67, Madawaska 48

At Fort Fairfield Friday, Kathy Russell scored 16 of her 21 points in the first half as the Tigers built an early lead and never looked back.

Russell also had seven steals. Devin Jewett tossed in 16 points for the winners and grabbed 15 rebounds.

Katie Nadeau drained four 3-pointers en route to 16 points for Madawaska. Tiffany Nason had 10 points.

Madawaska (1-11) 48

Gagnon 3-2-8, Nelson 4-1-10, Michaud 3-2-9, Deschaine 2-0-5, Hebert, Nadeau 6-0-16 Fort Fairfield (6-7) 67

McCrea 1-1-3, VanDerWende 1-1-3, Bubar 3-2-8, Nason 4-4-12, Cyr 1-2-4, Barnes, Russell 7-6-21, Jewett 7-2-16, Ireland

3-pt. goals: Michaud, Deschaine, Nadeau 4; Russell Madawaska 6 18 31 48 Fort Fairfield 16 28 44 67

JV: Fort Fairfield 39, Madawaska 33

Schenck 49, Calais 43

At Calais Friday, 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

Narraguagus 56, J-Beals 48

At Harrington Friday, Laura Morse nailed two clinching free throws to make the score 52-48 with 22 seconds left in the game to seal the victory.

Morse finished up with 18 points and Missa Meserve scored 12.

Tricia Carver scored a game-high 22 points for Jonesport-Beals. Angela Merchant and Sam Stewart scored 11 and 10 points respectively.

Jonesport-Beals (11-3) 48

Stewart 3-4-10, Andrews 0-1-1, Carver 8-6-22, Merchant 4-3-11, Davis 1-2-4, Durkee, Beal, Alley Narraguagus (11-2) 56

Knapp 1-0-2, Skinner 1-2-5, Meserve 4-4-12, Wallace 2-1-5, Portrie 0-2-2, Caler 1-0-2, Strout 3-0-6, Morse 7-3-18, Howe 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Morse, Skinner Jonesport-Beals 8 21 35 48 Narraguagus 13 30 43 56

JV: Narraguagus 68, Jonesport-Beals 29

Woodland 64, Shead 55

At Eastport Friday, 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

MDI 61, Ellsworth 42

At Mount Desert Island, the Trojans scored 22 points in the second quarter and Crystal Graves finished with a game-high 15 for the victory.

Melissa Gott chipped in with 10 points and Coley Stetler grabbed nine rebounds.

Melissa Lamar and Erica Page each scored 10 for Ellsworth.

Ellsworth (3-9) 42

Lamar 4-0-10, Page 5-0-10, Smallidge 2-3-7, McDonald 2-2-7, Saunders 1-2-4, Sirois, Dill, Beekman, Johnson 1-0-2, Merchant 1-0-2, Smith Mount Desert Island (12-1) 61

Graves 6-0-15, M. Gott 1-8-10, Lawson 2-2-8, Haskell 1-0-2, Reed 3-0-7, Stetler 2-5-9, Kaldro 1-0-2, J. Gott 3-0-6, Walls 1-0-2, Kane

3-pt. goals: Lamar 2, McDonald; Graves 3, Lawson 2, Reed Ellsworth 8 18 29 42 Mount Desert Island 12 34 51 61

JV: Ellsworth 32, MDI 28

Hockey

Presque Isle 7, Maranacook 3

At Kennebec Ice Arena Saturday, the Wildcats scored five goals in the second period to erase the 2-1 Maranacook first-period lead and get the win.

Josh Hayes scored two goals and Jamie Brewer added another and tallied two assists. Mike Gallagher and Adam Gahagan each put in a score and Joel Duncan had two assists. Jeremy Fischer and Aaron Madore each added an assist. Ted Wright and Joey Grenier combined to stop 13 of 16 shots.

For Maranacook of Readfield, Ian Harger scored one goal and tallied two assists and Ian Harger scored once and assisted on a goal. Evan Storm scored for the Bears and Nick Waddell and John Hamilton each had assists. Goalie Justin Pepin made 29 saves on 36 shots.

Presque Isle 6, Kents Hill 2

At Kennebec Ice Arena Friday, Josh Hayes scored three goals and added an assist as the Wildcats defeated Kents Hill.

Jamie Brewer added a goal and an assist for 10-1-1 Presque Isle. Derek Allen scored two goals. Joel Duncan had four assists. Joey Grenier made 14 saves on 16 shots.

Leo Hussey and Christopher Daugherty scored goals for Kents Hill. Daugherty and Hugo Steinbeck each had an assist. Nick Hussey stopped 16 of 22 shots.


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