April 02, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Pandas victors over Dragons

LEE – The Lee Pandas rolled over the Woodland Dragons in the fourth quarter for an 80-69 upset victory in a boys basketball game Tuesday night.

The Pandas outscored the Dragons 30-20 in the final quarter to pull away.

Adam Peters and Chris Carr led Lee with 23 points each while Derek Dickey added 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Carr also dished out six assists.

Josh Thornton scored 21 for Woodland. John Kesel netted 17.

Woodland (10-5) 69

Kesel 6-1-17, Thornton 8-1-21, Chandler 2-1-5, Dwelley 3-0-6, Huwa 2-0-4, Knowles 2-0-2, Nicholson 1-1-3, Speed 1-0-2, Tibbetts 3-3-9, Ferry Lee (3-11) 80

Peters 9-4-23, Carr 6-8-23, Dickey 4-8-16, Jacobs 2-3-7, Rastad 2-2-6, Worster 0-2-2, Nicholas 1-0-3, Wyman, Ripley, Dana

3-pt. goals: Kesel, Thornton 4; Peters, Carr 3, Nicholas Woodland 20 29 49 69 Lee 14 28 50 80

JV: Woodland 75, Lee 45

Caribou 73, Nokomis 61

At Caribou, Lance Belanger scored 14 of his 27 points in the second half as Caribou outscored Nokomis of Newport 13-2 in the final two minutes to secure the win.

Ryan Soucie tossed in 16 points for the winners and Aaron Plourde had 14.

Jeff White drained five 3-pointers en route to 31 points and helped Nokomis cut the lead to 60-59 with two minutes left. Jerrid Otis added 13 points.

Nokomis (4-5) 61

White 11-4-31, J. Otis 5-2-13, R. Otis 1-0-2, Boulanger 3-2-8, Rapp 1-1-3, Rouse 2-0-4, Morse, Ellisen Caribou (5-6) 73

Belanger 10-6-27, Soucie 8-0-16, Plourde 7-0-14, Umphrey 0-2-2, Sam 3-2-8, Martin 2-2-6, Holabird

3-pt. goals: White 5, J. Otis; Belanger Nokomis 8 27 44 61 Caribou 14 29 51 73

Narraguagus 60, Geo. Stevens 55

At Harrington, Jared Look scored 16 points to lead Narraguagus to victory.

Nick Lyford and Centrale Williams added 14 and 13 points, respectively. Adam Myer had 10.

Toby Cole scored a game-high 21 points for George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill. Eben Foss tossed in 15 points and Ted Mattson scored 11.

George Stevens (3-9) 55

Cole 7-3-21, Foss 7-1-15, Mattson 5-0-11, Mahinowse 1-2-4, Allen 1-0-2, Hutchins 1-0-2, Davies Narraguagus (10-3) 60

Look 6-4-16, Lyford 6-2-14, Williams 5-2-13, Fraser 2-0-5, Hall 1-0-2, Myer 5-0-10, Worcester

3-pt. goals: Cole 4, Mattson; Williams, Fraser George Stevens 16 22 37 55 Narraguagus 13 31 42 60

JV: Narraguagus 71, George Stevens 60

Dexter 59, Piscataquis 50

At Guilford, Greg Haven led Dexter to the win with 18 points.

Billy Keyte and Brent Patterson each added 13 points while Greg Bogan netted 12.

Ryan Priest scored 16 points for Piscataquis of Guilford and Ryan White added 10 and grabbed nine rebounds.

Dexter 59

Haven 7-4-18, Keyte 5-2-13, Patterson 5-2-13, Bogan 6-0-12, Cooper 0-3-3, Vafiades, Mountain, Conners, Small Piscataquis 50

Priest 6-0-16, White 4-2-10, Ginn 3-1-7, Gilbert 1-0-2, Leavitt 2-0-6, Morrison 0-1-1, Decastro 2-0-4, Starbird 2-0-4, Burgess

3-pt. goals: Keyte, Patterson; Priest 4, Leavitt 2 Dexter 15 30 40 59 Piscataquis 14 24 35 50

JV: PCHS 51, Dexter 48

Central 58, DI-Stonington 52

At Deer Isle, Ryan Rivera led all scorers with 26 points for the Red Devils of East Corinth.

Nick Wiberg scored 24 to lead the Mariners. Jake Whitsett followed with 15.

Central 58

Rivera 11-5-26, G. King 4-1-9, J. King 4-1-9, McKay 4-0-8, Tatro 0-3-3, Nelson, Salvia, Ladd Deer Isle-Stonington 52

Wiberg 10-4-24, Whitsett 5-2-15, Hutchinson 4-0-8, Eaton 2-0-4, Williams 0-1-1, Carter, Billings, Albert, Bye

3-pt. goals: Rivera 2, Whitsett 3 Central 7 24 38 58 DI-Stonington 10 20 36 52

JV: Central 63, Deer Isle-Stonington 52

Valley 77, Greenville 50

At Bingham, Chris Willer scored eight of his game-high 20 points in the first quarter as the Cavaliers broke out to an early lead and cruised to victory.

Dustin Cool and Aubrey Belanger each posted 15 points for Valley.

Tom Deming powered the Lakers with 19 points and 12 rebounds, while Ian Morrill added 15 points.

Greenville (2-11) 50

Morrill 6-0-15, Deming 9-1-19, Aucoin 3-0-6, Walden 2-0-4, Driscoll, Dinkins 3-0-6, Lavigne, Breton, Diemer Valley (11-0) 77

Pelotte 1-0-2, Willer 7-5-20, Cool 6-3-15, Nichols, A. Belanger 5-5-15, Cates 4-0-8, Robinson 2-2-7, J. Belanger 4-0-8, Morrill 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Morrill 3; Willer, Robinson Greenville 7 23 40 50 Valley 20 36 50 77

Penquis 55, Mattanawcook 52

At Lincoln, Tony Heal’s 15 points paced Penquis of Milo to the narrow victory.

Casey Hamlin and Matt Pokrywka added 12 each for the Patriots.

Dan Welch fired in a game-high 23 points for Mattanawcook Academy.

Penquis (11-5) 55

Hamlin 5-0-12, Heal 6-3-15, Pokrywka 5-2-12, Perkins, Knowles 2-2-6, Marino, Gillis, Allen 2-2-6, Demers 2-0-4 Mattanawcook (8-7) 52

McLellan, Reed 1-3-6, Jordan 1-0-3, Shorey, Birtz 1-0-3, Willette 1-2-4, Albert 1-0-2, Wotton 1-0-2, Sochulak 4-1-9, Welch 7-9-23

3-pt. goals: Hamlin 2; Reed, Jordan, Birtz Penquis 14 25 39 55 Mattanawcook 14 29 36 52

JV: Mattanawcook 63, Penquis 54

Camden-Rockport 71, Winslow 60

At Camden, Jon Masin-Peters scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead undefeated Camden-Rockport to its 14th win.

Jim Wilson added 10 points for the Windjammers.

Ryan Plisga fired in 21 points to lead Winslow while Todd Carter added 10.

Winslow (7-7) 60

Jackson 2-2-6, Carter 4-0-10, Bard 1-0-2, LePage 2-2-6, R. Plisga 7-7-21, Sherwood 2-0-4, J. Plisga, McInnis 0-3-3, Redman 3-2-8 Camden-Rockport (14-0) 71

Wilson 4-2-10, Moro 3-2-9, MacDonald 2-1-6, Rogers 2-0-4, Kneedler, King 2-4-9, Masin-Peters 9-0-20, Marden 1-3-6, Neville 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Carter 2; Masin-Peters 2, Moro, MacDonald, King, Marden Winslow 12 26 38 60 Camden-Rockport 16 35 54 71

JV: Camden-Rockport 59, Winslow 48

Higgins Chr. 63, Chop Point 59

At Charleston, Gabe Smith scored eight of his team-high 15 points in the fourth quarter to rally Higgins Christian.

Brandon Philbrook netted 15 points and 13 rebounds, and Dave Bryson chipped in 16 for Higgins Christian.

Loren Francis had a game-high 27 points for Chop Point. Trevor Perkins had 14.

Chop Point 59

L. Francis 11-5-27, Macmahan 4-0-8, Perkins 5-2-14, C. Francis 2-1-5, Smith 1-0-2 Higgins Christian 63

Smith 6-2-15, Philbrook 6-3-15, Bryson 8-0-16, Langlais 3-0-6, Niles 2-0-4, Butcher 3-1-8, Jazowski, Frost, Strout, Day

3-pt. goals: Smith, Butcher, Perkins 2 Chop Point 10 30 46 59 Higgins Christian 22 34 43 63

Old Town 74, Lawrence 72 (OT)

At Fairfield on Monday, Bruce Boyington scored his only points of the game on two clutch free throws with four seconds left in overtime, sealing the victory for Old Town.

Old Town’s Peter Fournier sent the game into overtime by hitting one of two free throws with one second left in regulation. He finished the game with 16 points and 15 rebounds. Dan Emerson scored a game-high 22 points and Jeremy Belyea and Jason Thibodeau each chipped in with 10.

Jason Underwood scored 16 points to pace Lawrence. Joe Nadeau tossed in 13 points while Travis Brown and Justin Knight added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Old Town (6-4) 74

Emerson 8-6-22, Fournier 4-8-16, Belyae 4-2-10, Thibodeau 3-4-10, Dumont 3-2-9, Vermette 0-2-2, DeGrasse 1-1-3, Yanush, Boyington 0-2-2, Godso Lawrence (2-6) 72

Underwood 6-4-16, Knight 2-6-10, Brown 3-3-11, Nadeau 5-3-13, Hutchins 2-1-5, Berard 1-0-2, Pelletier 2-1-6, Clement, Smith 0-3-3, Kemp 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Dumont; Brown, Pelletier Old Town 20 31 50 63 74 Lawrence 11 29 49 63 72

JV: Lawrence 71, Old Town 51

Rockland 64, Mount View 61

At Thorndike, Travis Reynolds led Rockland with 14 points as the Tigers pulled out the win.

John O’Dell added 12 points and Steve Toleman netted 10.

Mount View’s Kevin Roberts netted 26 points and Warren Ard and Sedrick Rodgers added 15 and 10, respectively.

Rockland (9-5) 64

Toleman 3-4-10, Wall 3-3-9, Reynolds 5-1-14, O’Dell 5-2-12, Labree 2-2-6, Williams 2-0-4, Stuart 1-0-2, Tower 2-3-7, Bonzagni Mount View (2-11) 61

Rodgers 3-3-10, P. Fitzpatrick 2-2-8, Ard 4-7-15, Roberts 12-2-26, Fletcher 1-0-2, Palmer, Dusoe, B. Fitzpatrick, VonOesen, Leonard

3-pt. goals: Reynolds 3; Rodgers, Fitzpatrick 2 Rockland 15 25 36 64 Mount View 11 24 35 61

Girls basketball

Ellsworth 50, Stearns 47

At Millinocket, Layne McDonald scored 16 points and Rachel Smallidge netted 14 to lead the Eagles to the win.

Shannon Boynton scored 16 for Stearns of Millinocket while Amanda Ripton added 14.

Ellsworth (4-9) 50

Smallidge 6-3-15, McDonald 5-5-16, Beekman 1-0-2, Smith 4-1-9, Page 4-0-8, Lemar, Saunders Stearns (6-7) 47

N. Boynton 0-2-2, Shead 0-1-1, Larlee 2-2-6, S. Boynton 5-5-16, Ripton 5-2-14, Berube 1-2-4, Page 2-0-4, Marquis, Legasse, Morse

3-pt. goals: McDonald; Boynton, Ripton 2 Ellsworth 10 15 33 50 Stearns 10 19 29 47

JV: Stearns 47, Ellsworth 36

George Stevens 62, WA 32

At East Machias, George Stevens of Blue Hill used a balanced attack to overpower Washington Academy.

Lora Trenkle had 12 points, Mandi Allen and Nicki Allen each notched 11, and Gretchen Pemberton added 10 and grabbed 10 rebounds.

Miranda Fergerson led the Raiders with six points and nine rebounds. Becki Seeley also netted six points.

George Stevens (9-4) 62

Trenkele 6-0-12, M. Allen 4-3-11, N. Allen 5-1-11, Pemberton 5-0-10, Ash 1-2-4, Bishop 2-0-4, Hewitt 2-0-4, Wood 1-0-2, Jackson 1-0-2, Erland Washington Academy (5-10) 32

Fergerson 3-0-6, Seeley 3-0-6, Sawyer 2-2-4, Kurz 2-0-4, Ham 2-0-4, Kates 2-0-4, Cheney 1-0-2, Boudreau, Dow, Dennison, Gaddis, Stauffer, Priest, Francis, Townsend

3-pt. goals: none George Stevens 19 35 50 62 Washington Academy 6 8 20 32

JV: George Stevens 47, WA 43

Valley 46, Greenville 28

At Bingham, Erin Melcher scored 15 of her game-high 25 points in the second quarter as Valley outscored Greenville 19-4.

Liza Douglass paced Greenville with 10 points.

Greenville (1-12) 28

Lavigne, K. Folsom, Munster, Shaw, Brown, Douglass 5-0-10, Tezer, Bouley 4-1-9, Belmont 2-0-4, Christensen, L. Folsom 2-1-5 Valley (7-4) 46

Harrill 0-1-1, Lawyerson, Melcher 9-3-25, Messer 3-0-9, Rodrick 1-0-2, Belanger 2-0-4, Dunton, Rich 1-0-2, Northup 1-0-2, Casey 0-1-1, Morrill

3-pt. goals: Melcher 4, Messer 3 Greenville 8 12 17 28 Valley 4 23 34 46

Lawrence 69, Mount Ararat 34 Veilleux scores 1,000th

At Fairfield, Erika Veilleux scored a game-high 17 points, including the 1,000th of her career, to lead the Bulldogs to victory.

Veilleux, a senior guard, hit two free throws with five seconds left to reach No. 1,000. Erica Nickerson scored 10 points for Lawrence, which bolted to a 26-4 first-quarter lead.

Chris Sanford scored 13 points and Marilyn Sandelin 11 to top the Eagles from Topsham.

Mount Ararat (0-9) 34

Sanford 6-1-13, Sandelin 5-1-11, Bennett 3-2-8, Bagwell 1-0-2, Gilbride, Cogswell, K. McLaughlin, J. McLaughlin, Lavigne, O’Connor, Solebello, MacDonald

Lawrence (3-6) 69

Erika Veilleux 4-8-17, Erica Nickerson 5-0-10, Rood 3-1-7, Landry 2-0-6, Lightford 2-0-5, Demott 1-1-3, Parent 2-0-4, Clement 0-3-3, Sennett 4-0-8, Hunt 3-0-6, Hatch, Lary

3-pt. goals: Veilleux, Lightford Mount Ararat 4 16 23 34 Lawrence 26 39 54 69

JV: Lawrence 53, Mount Ararat 44

Belfast 46, Oak Hill 42

At Belfast, Abby Peaslee and Amy Flood each made two free throws with under a minute to help the Lions take the win. Peaslee connected for a game-high 19 points.

Betty Kendrick led Oak Hill with 13 points.

Oak Hill 42

Kendrick 5-3-13, Spencer 3-2-8, Freeman 4-0-8, Smith 2-1-5, Sidenio 2-0-4, Deschaine 2-0-4, Morissette, Strout, Ridley Belfast 46

Peaslee 7-5-19, McClure 2-1-6, Brown 1-4-6, Kelley 2-1-5, Marden 1-2-4, Flood 1-2-4, Redman 1-0-2, Herbig, Welch, Faulkingham

3-pt. goals: McClure Oak Hill 10 16 30 42 Belfast 11 24 35 46

Mount View 45, Rockland 32

At Thorndike, the Mustangs used three 3-pointers in the second quarter to overcome a four-point first quarter.

Sarah Cole led Mount View with 11 points. Ellen Ward and Naomi Gillette each had 10 points.

Emily Gushee tossed in a game-high 18 points for Rockland.

Mount View (11-2) 45

Ward 2-6-10, Cole 2-5-11, Gillette 5-0-10, Cochrane 3-0-8, Ludden 3-0-6, King Rockland (7-6) 32

Gushee 4-9-18, Fitzgerald 1-0-2, J. Wiggin 1-0-2, Ervin 1-0-2, Hamlin 3-2-8, Baines, Gargan, Tolman, K. Wiggin, Jack

3-pt. goals: Gushee, Cochrane 2, Cole 2 Mount View 4 20 30 45 Rockland 6 12 22 32

Hockey

Portland 5, Bangor 1

At Sawyer Arena in Bangor, five players scored a goal as Portland rolled.

Craig Candage, J.D. Walker, and Mike Murphy each scored a second-period goals for the 6-5 winners. Murdoch Walker and Brad Keites each netted insurance goals in the third period, and goalie Steve Pells saved 24 of 25 shots.

Andy Sumner tallied to cut the score to 2-1 in the second period for Bangor. Sumner was assisted by David Lisnik and Tom Carey. Goalie Jason Tuck recorded 21 saves on 26 shots.

Orono 5, Hampden 2

At H.O. Bouchard Arena, Adam Sewell notched a hat trick and added an assist to power the Red Riots to their 12th win against one loss.

Noah Lundey recorded a goal and an assist and Tom Hite notched a goal to secure the win.

Shane Rivers earned the win, making 15 saves on 17 shots.

Brothers Sean and Scott Tardiff fueled the Broncos with Sean scoring Hampden’s first goal off an assist from Scott and Scott knocking in the next goal off his brother’s assist.

Brian Cataldo stopped 33 of 38 shots for Hampden, now 2-8.


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