July 16, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Birt steal, layup sparks Schenck

GUILFORD – Kristen Birt stole the ball and scored on a layup with 14 seconds left to break a 40-40 tie and key Schenck High School to a 43-40 win over Dexter Monday.

Rachel Larlee had 13 points and Erin Johnston added 10 for the Wolverines of East Millinocket.

Megan Hughes scored the first eight points of the third quarter en route to 17 to lead the host Tigers, who hosted Schenck at Guilford because Dexter’s gym was deemed unsafe due to too much snow on the roof. Beth McKusick and Deirdre McCormick each grabbed eight rebounds.

Schenck (6-8) 43

Johnston 2-6-10, Larlee 6-1-13, Wyman 3-2-8, Glidden 0-2-2, Franck 2-2-6, Birt 1-2-4, Nic. Brown, Nik. Brown Dexter (6-5) 40

Hughes 6-4-17, Titus 2-0-4, Clukey 1-4-6, McKusick 3-1-7, McCormick 2-2-6, Haskell, Gilbert

3-pt. goals: Hughes Schenck 11 19 26 43 Dexter 9 11 27 40

Penquis Valley 66, Lee Acad. 29

At Lee, Erynn Bailey and Larae Nuite led a balanced Penquis Valley attack with 12 points each.

Erin Weston and Lauren Hamlin each added 11 points for the winners.

Shanonn Cole paced Lee Academy with 10 points.

Penquis Valley (12-2) 66

Cail 0-1-1, Gerrish, Hamlin 5-1-11, Grant, Gray 3-1-7, Weston 5-1-11, Bailey 5-2-12, Nuite 5-0-12, Marsh 1-1-3, Newbert 4-1-9, Morey Lee Academy (3-11) 29

Linscott, Scott 1-1-4, Krapf 1-0-2, House, Cormier, Worster, Cole 3-3-10, Nute, Jipson 3-2-8, Bowen, Hayes 0-2-2, Fogg 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Nuite 2; Scott, Cole Penquis Valley 14 30 45 66 Lee Academy 3 14 25 29

JV: Lee 41, Penquis 38

Katahdin 70, Penobscot Valley 56

At Howland, Cassie Carver led the way with 25 points – 12 in the fourth quarter – for the Katahdin Cougars from Sherman Station as they knocked off Penobscot Valley.

Jen McNally scored 18 points and Laura Ordway scored 13 for the Cougars.

Mitchelle Doyon led the Howlers with 33 points while Jennie Neal had 12 points and 14 rebounds.

Katahdin (10-5) 70

Duffy-Stanley, Landry 1-2-4, Carver 5-15-25, R. Kelley 2-1-5, McNally 8-2-18, J. Kelley 2-0-4, Ordway 4-4-13, Mann 0-1-1 Penobscot Valley (5-9) 56

Colbath, Porter, Oldenburg, Doyon 8-12-33, Trafton 1-0-2, Dawson 1-0-2, Wakefield, Gifford 1-2-4, Neal 6-0-12, McGinn 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Ordway; Doyon 5 Katahdin 14 24 45 70 Penobscot Valley 16 32 43 56

Old Town 86, Lawrence 65

At Old Town, senior center Andrea Pardilla broke a school single-game record by pouring in 35 points and she also broke the 1000-point mark in doing so to lead unbeaten Old Town to its ninth win.

Pardilla, who now has 1016 points, also pulled down 11 rebounds and blocked eight shots.

Her 35 points broke the previous mark of 34 set by Diana Perkins in 1978.

Jody Kenniston had 26 points for the winners, including 19 in the first half as the Indians built a comfortable 47-26 intermission lead.

Erika Veilleux’s 19 points, Jen Rood’s 14, Erica Nickerson’s 13 points and Sam Hunt’s 10 led Lawrence.

Lawrence (2-6) 65

Veilleux 8-1-19, Rood 5-1-14, Nickerson 6-1-13, Hunt 4-2-10, Lightford 1-1-3, Parent 1-0-2, Jennett 0-2-2, Lary 0-2-2, Landry, Demott, Hatch, Clement

Old Town (9-0) 86

Pardilla 13-7-35, Kenniston 12-2-26, Thurston 2-1-7, Ferland 3-0-6, Voyer 2-0-4, St. Peter 1-1-4, Spencer 1-0-2, Cuarisma 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Rood 3, Veilleux 2, Pardilla 2, St. Peter Lawrence 13 26 41 65 Old Town 22 47 67 86

JV: Lawrence 68, Old Town 45

MA Lynx 51, Piscataquis 39

At Lincoln, Allison McLaughlin led Mattanawcook Academy with 19 points.

Jenn Comeau and Brooke Turner scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Lynx.

Darby Smiley scored 11 points to pace Piscataquis of Guilford.

Piscataquis (6-7) 39

Smiley 3-5-11, Martin 2-3-7, Burdin 2-2-6, Korsman 2-1-6, Drew 1-2-5, Regan 1-0-2, Pulkkinen 0-2-2, Kelly, Post Mattanawcook (8-6) 51

McLaughlin 7-3-19, Comeau 5-0-11, Turner 5-0-10, Jensen 3-1-7, Rideout 1-0-2, Reardon, Taylor, Eyles, McCafferty, Fleming 1-0-2, Lowell, Towle

3-pt. goals: Korsman, Drew; McLaughlin 2, Comeau Piscataquis 3 19 30 39 Mattanawcook 14 29 42 51

JV: Mattanawcook 54, Piscataquis 27

Valley 51, Buckfield 37

At Bingham, Erin Melcher scored 12 points to lead a balanced Valley offense that featured four double digit scorers.

Gina Rodrick tossed in 11 points while Tiffany Messer and Melissa Casey each chipped in with 10.

Tracy Bullecks paced Buckfield with 13 points and Jessica Henry had 12.

Buckfield (2-7) 37

Bullecks 6-1-13, Henry 5-2-12, Sullivan, Noonen 1-0-2, Damon 2-0-4, Gilbert 1-0-2, Izzi 0-2-2, Jack 1-0-2, Millett, Litchfield, Stevens Valley (6-4) 51

Melcher 3-6-12, Rodrick 4-3-11, Messer 4-0-10, Casey 4-2-10, Harrill 2-0-4, Lawyerson, Belanger 0-2-2, Rich, Northup 1-0-2, Morrill

3-pt. goals: Messer 2 Buckfield 10 16 22 37 Valley 11 21 30 51

Boys basketball Katahdin 77, Penobscot Valley 64

At Sherman Station, Willie Sleeper and Shawn Cyr scored 18 and 17 points respectively to lead Katahdin.

Randy Carver tossed in 13 points and Brandon McCarthy added 10 for the Cougers.

Nathan Cyr scored a game-high 26 points for Penobscot Valley and Robbie Coyle had 15.

Katahdin (11-4) 77

McNally 1-1-3, Stubbs 4-0-8, McCarthy 4-2-10, Sleeper 6-4-18, Schmidt 3-0-8, Carver 6-1-13, Cyr 7-3-17 Penobscot Valley (12-7) 64

Kajkowski 3-2-8, McCannell 1-0-3, Smith 3-0-6, Cloukey 1-0-2, Hallett 2-0-4, Coyle 5-4-15, Cyr 9-5-26, Bates

3-pt. goals: Sleeper 2, Schmidt; McCannell, Coyle, Cyr 3 Penobscot Valley 12 27 42 64 Katahdin 19 29 50 77

JV: Katahdin 51, Penobscot Valley 46

Valley 84, Buckfield 54

At Bingham, Dustin Cool poured in 26 points as Valley won their 10th straight game.

Chris Willer and Wade Morrill added 18 and 17 points respectively for the winners. Aubrey ripped down 10 rebounds.

Tom Lowell led Buckfield with 15 points and Chuck Williams added 12.

Buckfield (5-4) 54

Poulin, Duval 1-0-2, R. Williams 3-0-9, C. Williams 4-4-12, Bragg 2-0-4, Colby 1-0-3, Lowell 6-3-15, Dan 1-2-4, True 1-1-3, Harvey 1-0-2, Libby, Gilbert

Valley (10-0) 84

Pelotte 0-6-6, Willer 6-5-18, Cool 11-2-26, A. Belanger 4-0-8, J. Belanger, I. Belanger, Cates 0-2-2, Robinson 3-0-7, Morrill 6-5-17

3-pt. goals: R. Williams 3, Colby; Cool 2, Willer Buckfield 11 21 39 54 Valley 17 37 57 84

Ellsworth 85, Stearns 84 (OT)

At Millinocket, D.J. Lindsey’s only basket of the game, a three-pointer at the buzzer, forced the overtime and Rick McDonald scored five points in the OT to pace the Eagles.

Nick Johnston had 25 points for the winners, Ben Donaldson and Ryan Conley chipped in with 17 apiece and McDonald finished with 10 points.

Corey Streams’ game-high 34 points led Stearns and Jon Neal and Les Cote contributed 15 apiece.

Ellsworth (10-4) 85

Johnston 9-3-25, Donaldson 6-5-17, Conley 7-3-17, McDonald 2-6-10, Seltzer 4-0-9, Lindsey 1-1-4, Salsbury 1-0-2, Garreans 0-1-1, Sirois, Alley, Chan, Cochrane, Spreng

Stearns (3-10) 84

Streams 9-14-34, Neal 6-2-15, Cote 4-7-15, Lankhorst 2-2-6, Ayotte 3-1-7, Comber 2-0-4, Civiello 0-1-1, Carr 1-0-2, Fling

3-pt. goals: Johnson 4, Streams 2, Neal, Lindsay, Seltzer

Ellsworth 17 33 49 75 85

Stearns 12 28 51 75 84

JV: Ellsworth 50, Stearns 49

Piscataquis 81, Lee 70

At Lee, Piscatquis of Howland shot 16-for-20 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to earn their sixth win.

Jacob Ginn finished with 24 points for the Howlers, while Buddy Leavitt fired in 19 and Ryan Priest and Scott DeCastro added 10 each.

Adam Peters finished with 28 points for the Pandas, Chris Carr scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Derek Dicker added 18 points.

Piscataquis (6-7) 81

Ginn 11-2-24, Leavitt 6-6-19, Priest 2-6-10, DeCastro 3-4-10, Starbird 1-5-7, Morrison 2-0-4, Gilbert 2-1-5, White 1-0-2 Lee (2-11) 70

Peters 7-12-28, Carr 8-2-18, Dicker 6-3-18, Wyman, Jacobs, Ripley, Dana, Nicholas, Rastad 2-0-4, Worster 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Leavitt; Dicker 3, Peters 2 Piscataquis 16 34 55 81 Lee 12 34 54 70

Schenck 76, Dexter 64

At Guilford, P.J. Ciarrocchi’s game-high 21 points paced Schenck to the win over a Dexter team that wasn’t able to play at its own gym because of snow on the roof.

Chris Wyman and Nate Jamo had 16 points apiece for the winners, Jamie McDunnah had 12, including eight during a 21-11 third quarter flurry, and Nick Lyons contributed 11 points.

Brent Patterson’s 19 points and 10 assists; Greg Haven’s 17 and Billy Keyte’s 15 points led Dexter.

Schenck (6-6) 76

N. Jamo 6-3-16, Lyons 4-1-11, Wyman 5-6-16, McDunnah 6-0-12, Ciarrocchi 7-7-21, Landry, Thompson, Rosebush, Page

Dexter (6-5) 64

Patterson 5-9-19, Cooper 2-0-4, Haven 8-1-17, Keyte 5-3-15, Conners 1-0-2, Small 1-0-2, Bogan 2-1-5, Vafiades, Mountain

3-pt. goals: Lyons 2, Keyte 2, Jamo Schenck 16 28 49 76 Dexter 12 22 33 64


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