April 05, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Calais knocks off Fort Kent 70-51

CALAIS – Nathan Holst scored 16 points to lead the Class C Calais Blue Devils to a 70-51 upset over the Class B Fort Kent Warriors in schoolboy basketball action Monday night.

James Frost added 12 points for Calais.

Russell Murray led the Warriors with 13 points and Chad Fournier added 10.

Fort Kent (8-5) 51

Murray 5-0-13, Fournier 4-2-10, Drolet 3-0-8, Lovley 2-3-7, Raymond 2-0-4, Daigle 2-0-4, Nadeau 3-1-7, Murphy, Lozier, Caron, Wakem

Frost 5-1-12, Holst 8-0-16, Fox 3-0-7, Best 3-0-9, Porter 1-0-2, Devoe 4-0-9, Olson 3-1-7, Dow 3-2-8, Pike, McGinley, Leon

3-pt. goals: Murray 3, Drolet 2; Frost, Fox, Best 3, Devoe Fort Kent 4 22 44 51 Calais 13 33 53 70

Woodland 83, J-Beals 56

At Woodland, Brian Alley scored his 1,000th point six seconds into the game and finished with the team-high 19 for Jonesport-Beals in Woodland’s win.

Bob Chandler led the winners with 19 points and seven rebounds. Terry James Robinson finished with 12 points for Jonesport-Beals.

Jonesport-Beals (6-6) 56

B. Alley 9-3-19, Robinson 5-1-12, N. Alley 1-0-2, Kelley 2-0-4, Davis 1-0-2, Knowlton 0-5-5, Urquhart 1-0-2, Redman 1-0-2, Mills 2-0-4, Thibodeau 1-0-2

Woodland (9-4) 83

Chandler 8-3-19, Kesel 5-1-11, Thornton 4-2-11, Tibbetts 6-3-15, Bean 1-0-2, Dwelley 2-0-4, Ferry 1-0-2, Huwa 3-0-6, Knowles 2-2-6, Nicholson 1-1-3, Speed 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Robinson, Thornton Jonesport-Beals 13 26 34 56 Woodland 14 31 54 83

JV: Woodland 90, Jonesport-Beals 64

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

Madawaska 59, Hodgdon 39

At Hodgdon, Shawn Pelletier scored six of his 14 points in the third quarter as Madawaska outscored Hodgdon 17-9 to break the game open.

Luke Pennington had a game-high 19 points for the winners and Andrew Clavette contributed 13.

David Gray’s eight points led Hodgdon.

Madawaska (7-5) 59

Marshall 2-0-4, D. Cyr, Michaud 0-2-2, Martin, Cooper, S. Pelletier 6-2-14, E. Cyr 3-0-7, M. Pennington, Nadeau, Andrew Clavette 5-3-13, L. Pennington 8-3-19

Hodgdon (4-11) 39

Little, Cummings 0-3-3, Barton, M. Pelletier, Wallace 1-3-5, Blanchette 1-2-4, Hill 2-0-4, Gray 4-0-8, Hanning 2-2-7, Bither, Bell 0-1-1, Murray 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: E. Cyr, Hanning

Madawaska 15 26 43 59

Hodgdon 6 19 28 39

Shead 85, Machias 50

At Eastport, the Tigers used a balanced scoring attack to tame the Bulldogs.

Rickey Cox paced the winners with 23 points, Corey McPhail put in 18 and Willie Suddy netted 15. Dan Morang chipped in with eight rebounds and five assists.

Seth Kilton scoed 18 for the Bulldogs.

Machias (6-6) 50

Snowdeal 2-0-5, Whitney 1-3-6, Frutchey 1-0-2, Reynolds 1-0-2, Edwards 3-1-7, Kilton 8-1-18, Buck 1-0-2, Michaud 1-0-3, N. Leroy 1-0-3, McCarthy 1-0-2, M. Leroy Shead (6-8) 85

Suddy 6-3-15, Cox 3-16-23, Small 4-1-9, Morang 2-3-7, C. McPhail 8-2-18, J. McPhail 2-0-4, Griffin 0-2-2, Mitchell 1-2-4, Wentworth 1-1-3, Ritchie, Cook, Sullivan

3-pt. goals: Snowdeal, Whitney, Kilton, Michaud, N. Leroy; Cox Machias 5 13 31 50 Shead 21 42 61 85

JV: Shead 31, Machias 23

Houlton 99, Fort Fairfield 74

At Houlton, Lucas Ritchie scored nine of his 30 points in the third quarter as Houlton outscored Fort Fairfield 28-12.

Mike Weston, Jacob Cowperthwaite and Frank Distefano each added 13 points for the winners.

Jason Cunningham paced Fort Fairfield with 22 points and Chris Norsworthy had 21.

Fort Fairfield (8-6) 74

Cunningham 9-2-22, Norsworthy 9-3-21, Ouellette 2-0-4, D. Hayes 1-0-2, Guiou 1-0-3, Bugbee 1-2-4, Willette 1-0-2, Solomon 3-0-8, Jones 0-2-2, J. Hayes 3-0-6, Burns Houlton (11-2) 99

Ritchie 13-4-30, Weston 6-1-13, Cowperthwaite 5-2-13, Distefano 5-3-13, Trojanoski 2-0-4, Guy 4-0-9, Hipsley 2-3-7, Carter 2-2-6, Austin 2-0-4, Adams

3-pt. goals: Cunningham 2, Guiou, Solomon; Cowperthwaite, Guy Fort Fairfield 16 34 46 74 Houlton 22 44 72 99

JV: Houlton 67, Fort Fairfield 36

Girls basketball

Hodgdon 51, Madawaska 39

At Hodgdon, Holly Quint led Hodgdon with 23 points.

Katie Nadeau paced Madawaska with 11 points.

Madawaska (3-10) 39

Cyr, Gagnon 3-1-7, Nelson 2-3-7, Michaud 2-0-4, Daigle 0-5-5, Deschaine 1-1-4, Hebert 0-1-1, Nadeau 3-3-11 Hodgdon (9-4) 51

Beals 0-3-3, Nason, Bell, London 1-1-3, Fitzpatrick 1-3-5, Suitter 1-0-2, Chabot 2-2-6, Griffin, Wallace 1-0-2, A. Quint 3-1-7, H. Quint 8-5-23

3-pt. goals: Deschaine, Nadeau; H. Quint 2 Madawaska 10 18 30 39 Hodgdon 12 24 36 51

Washburn 53, Limestone 52

At Washburn, Missy Conley nailed two free throws with 10 seconds left to enable Washburn to avenge a 48-45 loss in Limestone earlier this season.

Wendy Carson had 13 points for the winners and April Busse contributed 12.

Amy Berube’s game-high 20 points led Limestone. Chrissy Harvey added 12 and Oleka O’Bar accounted for 11.

Limestone (4-10) 52

Bell, Brooker 3-0-6, Berube 7-6-20, Rivard 0-2-2, Harvey 4-4-12, St. Pierre 0-1-1, O’Bar 3-5-11

Washburn (4-11) 53

Busse 6-0-12, Doody 1-0-2, Flanagin 4-1-9, Carson 5-3-13, Fitzherbert 3-0-6, Umphrey 1-1-3, Conley 3-2-8, McIntosh, Hafford

3-pt. goals: none Limestone 15 25 39 52 Washburn 19 26 40 53

JV: Washburn 53, Limestone 13

So. Aroostook 64, Easton 33

At Dyer Brook, Kristin Swallow scored 10 of her 14 points in the first quarter as Southern Aroostook rolled. Erica Willigar and Kim Collier scored 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Sarah Hopkins scored 15 points to lead Easton.

Easton (0-11) 33

Hopkins 6-3-15, Blackstone 2-2-7, Sutherland, Manning-Harris, Rice, Sullivan 1-0-2, M. Williams, Spiers 4-0-8, K. Williams 0-1-1 So. Aroostook (12-2) 64

Swallow 7-0-14, Willigar 6-1-13, Collier 6-0-12, Diekmann 2-0-5, Long 4-0-8, Chambers 2-0-4, Greenlaw 1-0-2, Edkins 2-0-4, Dickinson 0-2-2, Lyons, Tarr, Smith, Crandle, Green

3-pt. goals: Blackstone; Diekmann Easton 7 18 26 33 So. Aroostook 22 34 54 64

GSA 68, Narraguagus 41

At Blue Hill, Mandi Allen’s game-high 22 points and Nikki Allen’s 19 led George Stevens Academy past Narraguagus.

Lora Trenkle had 10 points for the winners and Gretchen Pemberton pulled down nine rebounds.

Missa Meserve’s 10 points led Narraguagus.

Narraguagus (11-3) 41

Meserve 5-0-10, Knapp 1-4-6, Wallace 1-2-4, Caler 1-0-2, H. Strout 3-1-7, Morse 2-4-8, Howe 1-0-2, Beal 1-0-2, Skinner, J. Strout

GSA (8-4) 68

M. Allen 8-6-22, N. Allen 8-0-19, Trenkle 3-4-10, Jackson 1-0-2, Wood 3-1-7, Hewitt 1-0-2, Haney 0-2-2, Ashe 1-0-2, Pemberton 1-0-2, Erland

3-pt. goals: N. Allen 3 Narraguagus 4 17 25 41 GSA 9 26 51 68

JV: GSA 51, Narraguagus 19

Cent. Aroostook 67, Ashland 38

At Ashland, Andrea Lunn scored 10 of her 25 points in the third quarter as Central Aroostook rolled. Erin Whited threw in 14 points and Bobbi Jo Dyer added 12.

Erin Campbell paced Ashland with 12 points and Emily Marecaux added 10.

Cent. Aroostook (14-1) 67

Bell, Pratt 1-0-2, Long 1-0-2, Robinson, Alexander, Lunn 10-3-25, Whited 6-2-14, Lundeen, Mahan 4-0-8, Boyd 2-0-4, Dyer 5-0-12 Ashland (2-10) 38

Marecaux 2-6-10, Campbell 6-0-12, Larson 2-0-4, Belanger 1-0-2, Theriault, Dwyer 2-0-4, O’Clair, Bennett 3-0-6, Millett

3-pt. goals: Lunn 2, Dyer 2 Cent. Aroostook 22 36 52 67 Ashland 10 28 32 38

JV: Cent. Aroostook 55, Ashland 30

Woodland 60, East Grand 34

At Danforth, the Dragons jumped out to a 21-5 first-quarter lead and cruised to their 11th win.

Heather Sprague paced the winners with 20 points and Bonnie Smith put in 11.

Megan Amero scored 16 for the Vikings and Tracey Brackett netted 11.

East Grand (6-9) 34

Amero 7-2-16, Brackett 3-5-11, T. Gilman 2-0-4, Faulkner 0-1-1, Cropley 1-0-2, Fish, Whitney, B. Gilman Woodland (11-3) 60

Sprague 10-0-20, Smith 5-1-11, Polan 1-0-2, Higging 2-2-6, Worster 1-1-3, Boston 1-0-2, Brown 1-0-2, Goding 1-0-2, Robb 2-0-4, Seavey 3-0-6, Noyes 1-0-2, Wearner, Stoddard, Doucette

3-pt. goals: none Woodland 21 39 55 60 East Grand 5 13 23 34

Presque Isle 76, Houlton 46

At Presque Isle, Katie Peers scored 18 points to lead the Wildcats. Billie Hayward had 15 points and Brianna Blanchard added 12.

Jenny Cowperthwaite had 10 for the Shiretowners.

Houlton (8-7) 46

Cowperthwaite 5-0-10, Gillian 1-0-2, Weber 1-0-2, Socoby 2-1-5, Gentle 1-0-3, Jackett, Drake 1-0-3, McGary 2-1-5, Drosser 3-0-6, Haggerty 1-0-2, Griffin 1-0-2, Bill 3-0-6 Presque Isle (6-3) 76

Peers 7-2-18, Hayward 7-0-15, Blanchard 6-0-12, Millard 2-0-5, Ireland 1-0-2, Tilley, McPherson 2-2-7, Cowett 2-0-4, Hallett 2-4-8, Piper 1-3-5

3-pt. goals: Gentle, Drake; Peers 2, Hayward, Millard, McPherson Houlton 10 17 28 46 Presque Isle 21 42 62 76

JV: Presque Isle 41, Houlton 27

Wash. Academy 60, Lubec 17

At Lubec, Katie Kurz paced Washington Academy of East Machias with 14 points.

Danielle Stevens scored six points for Lubec and Sara McConnell grabbed eight rebounds.

Washington Academy (5-9) 60

Bourdeau 1-0-2, Dow 0-1-1, Dennison 1-0-2, Gaddis 2-0-4, Chaney 4-1-9, Fergerson 2-1-5, Stouffer 1-2-4, Kurz 5-3-14, Seeley 4-0-8, Francis 1-1-3, Townsend 3-1-8, Ham, Priest, Sawyer, Cates Lubec (2-9) 17

Stevens 0-6-6, Case 1-0-2, McConnell 2-0-4, Farmer 0-3-3, Marston 0-2-2, Davis, LeSeur, Jones, Campbell, Matthews, Feltner

3-pt. goals: Kurz, Townshend Washington Academy 15 40 48 60 Lubec 4 8 9 17

JV: Washington Academy 49, Lubec 40

Calais 58, Fort Kent 51

At Calais, Kristen Gower scored 16 points, Rachael Clark added 14 and Calais outscored Fort Kent 22-15 in the fourth quarter to earn the win.

Robin Lamarr’s 18 points and Andrea Marquis’ 16 led Fort Kent. Trista LeBlanc added 11 points.

Fort Kent (8-5) 51

LeBlanc 5-1-11, Lamarr 7-3-18, Marquis 7-2-14, Cyr 1-1-4, Harvey 1-0-2, Simard, M. Saucier, T. Saucier, Guimond, Long, Dufour, Sirois

Calais (10-3) 58

Gower 8-0-16, Clark 6-2-14, Goodine 1-0-2, Churchill 2-2-6, Redding 3-0-9, DeWitt 1-0-2, Reynolds 1-0-2, Francis

3-pt. goals: Redding 3, Lamarr, Cyr Fort Kent 5 18 36 51 Calais 13 19 36 58

JV: none

Fort Fairfield 72, Van Buren 54

At Van Buren Saturday, Sarah Nason scored 16 points to help lead the Fort Fairfield Tigers to an upset over Van Buren.

Kathy Russell had 15 points, Emily Cyr added 14, and Brianna Bubar scored 10 for the Tigers.

Hope Ouellette, Denise Marquis, Kristi Wright, and Kristin Ayotte each scored 10 points for the Crusaders.

Fort Fairfield (6-7) 72

Bubar 5-0-10, Nason 6-3-16, Cyr 7-0-14, Russell 3-7-15, Churchill, McCrea 2-0-4, Van Der Wende 2-0-4, Jewett 2-1-5, Browning, Ireland 2-0-4 Van Buren (11-4) 54

K. Ayotte 3-4-10, Ouellette 4-2-10, Marquis 4-2-10, Wright 4-1-10, Gagnon 4-0-8, M. Parent 1-0-2, Morin, Sirois, H. Parent 1-0-2, LaPlante 2-0-4, J. Ayotte

3-pt. goals: Nason, Russell 2; Wright Fort Fairfield 13 28 52 72 Van Buren 8 18 33 54

JV: Van Buren 39, Fort Fairfield 28


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