April 05, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Vikes hold off Warrior rally

CARIBOU – Lance Belanger scored 14 of his 27 points in the second half as Caribou downed Nokomis of Newport 73-61 in schoolboy basketball action Tuesday night.

The Vikings outscored the Warriors 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

So. Aroostook 67, Ashland 39

At Ashland, Sam Michaud scored 13 of his 17 points in the first half as Southern Aroostook built a 38-21 lead.

Jamie Fitzherbert scored a game-high 22 points for the Warriors from Dyer Brook, and Ben Walker added 10.

Allen McCausland paced Ashland with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Southern Aroostook (10-3) 67

Walker 5-0-10, Michaud 7-3-17, Hardy 4-1-9, Russell 3-3-9, Fitzherbert 7-8-22, Holman, Notto, Wilkins, Shields, Gordon, Betschner Ashland (3-10) 39

Robinson 3-0-6, Bennett 2-0-5, Belskis 2-2-6, Despres 1-0-2, Libby 1-1-3, Haines 1-0-2, Cyr 1-0-2, Mega 1-0-2, McCausland 4-3-11, Tardie, Perry, Lovewell, Ham

3-pt. goals: Bennett So. Aroostook 17 38 47 67 Ashland 13 21 25 39

JV: So. Aroostook 62, Ashland 47

Narraguagus 60, GSA 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 Goerge 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

Limestone 59, Washburn 56

At Limestone, Curtis Coachman scored 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead Limstone.

Josh Dillon, Ethan Bagley, and R.J. Tholl each added 10 points for the winners.

Tim Gagnon scored 16 points to pace Washburn, and Jason Castonguay and Brad Turner each tossed in 14.

Washburn (4-11) 56

Thompson 4-0-8, Gagnon 5-6-16, Kelly, Cunningham 1-1-3, Turner 5-1-14, Collins, Aquino, Castonguay 5-4-14, Baker 0-1-1 Limstone (7-9) 59

Rasche 2-0-4, Dillon 4-0-10, Bagley 3-4-10, King 0-1-1, Coghill 2-0-4, Coachman 6-7-20, Tholl 4-2-10, Commazi, Strange, Chin

3-pt. goals: Turner 3; Dillon 2, Coachman Washburn 11 23 32 56 Limestone 8 22 41 59

JV: Limestone 67, Washburn 47

Lee 80, Woodland 69

At Lee, the Pandas outscored the Dragons 30-20 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win.

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

Madawaska 62, CAHS 50

At Madawaska, Andrew Clavette scored 13 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter to fire the Owls past the Panthers.

Ben Marshall scored 11 points and Shawn Pelletier added 10.

Jon Codrey led Central Aroostook of Mars Hill with 14 points.

Central Aroostook (9-6) 50

Codrey 5-4-14, Bradstreet 4-0-9, Bell 3-2-9, Durost 2-0-4, Allen 3-2-9, Orser 2-0-5, McKenna 2-0-5, Walsh Madawaska (8-5) 62

Clavette 11-3-25, Marshall 5-0-11, Pelletier 4-2-10, L. Pennington 4-1-9, E. Cyr 3-0-6, D. Cyr 0-1-1, Michaud, Martin, M. Pennington

3-pt. goals: Bradstreet, Bell, Allen, Orser, McKenna; Marshall Central 12 26 37 50 Madawaska 17 26 43 62

JV: Madawaska 51, Central 50

Van Buren 73, Fort Kent 64 (OT)

At Van Buren, Jesse Cormier led a balanced Van Buren offense that featured five scorers in double digits with 17 points.

Kirt Castonguay scored 15 points and ripped down 10 rebounds for the winners while Chanel Wright added 14 points. Nathan Marquis tossed in 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Brian Pelletier had 13 points.

Chad Fournier paced Fort Kent with 16 points. Jon Lozier and Jack Murray scored 14 and 10 points, respectively.

Fort Kent (8-6) 64

Drolet, Lovely 3-0-6, Raymond 2-2-6, Murphy 1-0-3, Lozier 6-1-14, Murray 3-2-10, Fournier 6-4-16, Daigle 3-1-7, Nadeau 1-0-2 Van Buren (12-3) 73

Pelletier 5-1-13, Ayotte, Piascik, Cormier 5-3-17, Castonguay 7-1-15, Wright 5-2-14, Sirois 0-2-2, Gorneault, Marquis 3-6-12

3-pt. goals: Murphy, Lozier, Murray 2; Pelletier 2, Cormier 4, Wright 2 Fort Kent 16 28 42 60 64 Van Buren 13 33 43 60 73

JV: Fort Kent 79, Van Buren 40

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 PCHS 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 PCHS 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 forValley.

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 close 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

Girls basketball

Shead 66, Machias 27

At Machias, Sara Ricker poured in 19 points and Tina Matteson contributed 11 to lead the Tigers from Eastport.

Katie McDonald topped the Bulldogs with nine points.

Shead (6-8)

Ricker 4-11-19, Matteson 4-3-11, Mills 3-0-6, Seeley 2-0-4, Preston 3-0-6, Davis 3-0-8, Ingersoll 2-0-4, R. Lingley 1-2-5, Green 0-1-1, C. Lingley 0-2-2

Machias (3-11) 27

Rogers 1-3-5, Day 0-1-1, McDonald 3-1-9, Feeney 1-0-2, J. Smith 1-0-2, Carter 3-1-7, Stemplinski 0-1-1, M. Smith, Atwood, Wood, Armstrong, Fortini

3-pt. goals: Davis 2, R. Lingley; McDonald 2 Shead 15 32 53 66 Machias 9 18 23 27

JV: Shead 51, Machias 32

Wisdom 64, Madawaska 37

At St. Agatha, Tracy Guerrette scored a game-high 25 points to go with 10 assists for the Pioneers. Loni Gervais tossed in 21 points, Trisha Cyr had 10, and Jen Derosier chipped in 11 rebounds.

Stephanie Gagnon led the Owls with nine points.

Madawaska 37

Cyr 1-0-2, Gagnon 4-1-9, Nelson 4-0-8, Daigle 2-0-4, Dechaine 3-0-6, Hebert 1-0-2, Nadeau 3-0-6, Michaud, Morneault Wisdom 64

L. Gervais 10-1-21, Guerrette 8-8-25, Michaud 1-0-2, T. Cyr 4-0-10, J. Deroiser 2-0-4, M. Derosier 1-0-2, Lowe, K. Cyr, Lugdon, Pelletier, Lavoie, J. Gervais

3-pt. goals: Guerrette 2, T. Cyr 2 Madawaska 10 19 31 37 Wisdom 10 28 51 64

JV: Madawaska 40, Wisdom 38

Calais 58, Jonesport-Beals 37

At Calais, Amy Francis hit for 13 points and Elizabeth Churchill scored 10 points for the Blue Devils, who held Jonesport-Beals to five fourth-quarter points.

Tricia Carver had a game-high 17 points for the Royalettes.

Jonesport-Beals (9-6) 37

T. Carver 7-3-17, Alley 2-0-4, Stewart 1-3-5, Beal 1-0-2, Merchant 1-0-2, C. Woodward 1-0-2, Davis 2-1-5, L. Woodward, Andrews, C. Carver, Smorch, Durkee

Calais (11-3) 58

Francis 6-0-13, Churchill 4-1-10, J. Clark 2-0-5, Goodine 2-2-7, Redding 3-0-7, R. Clark 2-3-7, Gower 4-1-9, Dewitt, Reynolds

3-pt. goals: J. Clark, Goodine, Churchill, Redding, Francis Jonesport-Beals 4 19 32 37 Calais 11 29 44 58

JV: Calais 44, Jonesport-Beals 36

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: Ellsworth 10 15 33 50 Stearns 10 19 29 47

JV: Ellsworth 36, Stearns 47

Fort Fairfield 51, Limestone 48

At Fort Fairfield, Sarah Nason led Fort Fairfield with 15 points as the Tigers held off the Eagles.

Kathy Russell scored 12 points and dished out 10 assists, while Devin Jewett also had a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Amy Berube and Amanda Brooker each scored 17 points for Limestone, while Chrissy Harvey added 12.

Limestone (4-11) 48

Brooker 6-5-17, Berube 8-0-17, Rivard, Harvey 6-0-12, Thibodeau, O’Bar 0-2-2 Fort Fairfield (8-7) 51

McCrea 1-0-2, VanderWende 1-0-2, Bubar 4-0-8, Nason 7-1-15, Russell 4-3-12, Jewett 6-0-12, Ireland, Cyr

3-pt. goals: Russell; Berube Limestone 10 22 38 48 Fort Fairfield 18 32 41 51

JV: Fort Fairfield 68, Limestone 30

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, Senn3-0-6, Hatch, Lary

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

JV: Lawrence 53, Mount Ararat 44

Old Town 50, Orono 46

At Orono, Jody Kenniston scored six of her game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter to power the undefeated Indians to their ninth victory.

Andrea Pardilla chipped in with 16 points for the winners.

Susan Gardner paced Orono with 12 points and Pam Ventura added 10. Jessica Libby grabbed 10 rebounds.

Old Town (9-0) 50

Kenniston 8-6-24, Voyer 2-2-6, Pardilla 5-6-16, Ferland 2-0-4, Thurston, Cuarisma, St. Peter Orono (9-4) 46

Gardner 3-4-12, Ventura 5-0-10, K. Libby 0-1-1, Ballard 1-0-2, Mehuren 1-1-3, J. Libby 3-0-6, Freese 0-1-1, Taylor 0-2-2, Marquez 4-0-9

3-pt. goals: Kenniston 2; Gardner 2, Marquez Old Town 22 28 38 50 Orono 16 23 35 46

JV: Old Town 52, Orono 35

Katahdin 70, Penobscot Valley 56

At Howland Monday, 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 added 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


Have feedback? Want to know more? Send us ideas for follow-up stories.

comments for this post are closed

You may also like