April 05, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Meyer powers Narraguagus

WOODLAND – Adam Meyer scored the game-winning points by hitting two free throws with under a minute left as Narraguagus gained a 70-68 victory over Woodland in schoolboy basketball action Thursday night.

Jared Look netted 15 points while Nick Lyford and Centrale Williams each added 12.

Josh Thornton drained five three-pointers for Woodland and finished the game with 30 points. Thornton scored his 1,000th career point on a jump shot in the second quarter and ended the game with 1,026 career points. Bob Chandler tossed in 13 points and Dave Nicholson had 10.

Narraguagus (11-3) 70

Meyer 6-4-16, Ja. Look 5-4-15, Lyford 4-4-12, Williams 3-6-12, Fraser 1-0-2, Hall 4-0-8, Worcester 2-0-5, Jo. Look, Gage-Croll, Leighton Woodland (9-6) 68

Thornton 10-5-30, Chandler 4-5-13, Nicholson 5-0-10, Dwelley 1-2-4, Kesel 1-0-2, Knowles 2-1-5, Speed 1-0-2, Tibbetts 1-0-2, Huwa

3-pt. goals: Ja. Look, Worcester; Thornton 5 Narraguagus 19 33 53 70 Woodland 11 33 53 68

JV: Woodland 57, Narraguagus 48

Central Aroostook 75, Ashland 62

At Mars Hill, Jon Codry poured in 18 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Shane Bradstreet racked up 17 points, five assists and five steals to lead Central Aroostook past Ashland.

Craig Allen had 14 points for the winners while Brandon Bell tossed in 12 and Adam Orser contributed 11. Allen hauled down eight rebounds.

Chad Cyr’s 15 points, Charles Robinson’s 12 and Adam McCausland’s 11 points led Ashland.

Ashland (3-11) 62

Bennett 1-0-2, Belskis 2-0-4, Despres, Tardy, Haines 3-1-7, Perry 2-0-4, Lovewell 3-1-7, Cyr 6-3-15, Robinson 4-4-12, McCausland 3-5-11

Central Aroostook (10-6) 75

Codry 5-8-18, Bradstreet 6-5-17, Allen 6-1-14, Orser 4-2-11, Bell 4-2-12, Durost 2-0-4, McKenna, Shaw, Fields, Walsh Ashland 9 30 47 62 Central Aroostook 21 31 51 75

JV: CAHS 64, Ashland 51

Lubec 62, Shead 60

At Eastport, Bobby Blake scored nine of his 20 points in the fourth quarter as Lubec outscored Shead 26-12.

Matt Olsen poured in 23 points for the winners and Chris Feltner added 10.

Willie Suddy paced Shead with 18 points. Corey McPhail had 16 points, eight rebounds and five blocks.

Lubec (6-5) 62

Blake 7-1-20, Olson 9-5-23, Feltner 3-2-10, Ferguson 2-1-7, Moores 1-0-2, Rouse, McGonigal Shead (6-8) 60

Suddy 6-3-18, Cox 3-2-8, Small 3-0-6, C. McPhail 8-0-16, Morang 2-0-4, Mitchell 0-4-4, Wentworth 1-0-2, J. McPhail 0-2-2, Griffin

3-pt. goals: Blake 5, Feltner 2, Ferguson 2; Suddy 3 Lubec 11 22 36 62 Shead 17 38 48 60

Caribou 83, Fort Kent 58

At Fort Kent, Lance Belanger netted 10 of his game-high 24 points in the third quarter as Caribou pushed the score to 60-34.

Aaron Plourde tossed in 15 points for the Vikings and Ryan Soucie added 12.

Jack Murray nailed five three-pointers en route to 15 points for Fort Kent.

Caribou (6-6) 83

Belanger 8-7-24, Plourde 5-5-15, Soucie 4-2-12, Holabird 3-1-9, Gorneault 0-1-1, Sterris 1-0-2, Umphrey 0-4-4, Sam 3-0-6, Martin 3-0-6, Reitmeyer 1-2-4 Fort Kent (8-7) 58

Murray 5-0-15, Drolet 2-3-9, Lovley 2-0-4, Raymond 1-1-3, Murphy, Lozier 1-0-3, Caron 2-2-6, Fournier 2-2-6, Daigle 3-1-7, Nadeau 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Belanger, Soucie 2, Holabird 2; Murray 5, Drolet 2, Lozier Caribou 14 34 60 83 Fort Kent 8 22 34 58

JV: Caribou 52, Fort Kent 49

Hermon 62, Stearns 59

At Millinocket, Jake St. Louis and Scott Smith scored 12 points apiece to lead Hermon to the win.

Troy Garland added 10 points.

Jon Neal scored 19 points and Corey Streams added 16 for Stearns.

Hermon (8-6) 62

Grey 6-1-13, St. Louis 3-4-12, Smith 4-4-12, Garland 5-0-10, Scripture 2-1-6, Bartlett 3-0-6, Wyman 1-1-3 Stearns (3-11) 59

Streams 8-0-16, Neal 6-5-19, Carr 1-0-2, J. Cote 2-0-4, Comber 2-0-5, Fling 3-0-6, Ayotte 1-1-3, L. Cote 2-0-4, Civiello

3-pt. goals: St. Louis 2, Scripture; Neal 2, Comber Hermon 19 36 55 62 Stearns 9 28 42 59

JV: Hermon 45, Stearns 32

Central 63, Searsport 44

At Searsport, the Red Devils made 17 of 23 from the line to seal the win.

Ryan Rivera led Central of East Corinth with 19 points, while Greg King added 13 and Jon King netted 12.

Josh Tripp scored 11 for Searsport.

Central (8-5) 63

G. King 6-1-13, McKay 3-3-9, Plummer, J. King 4-4-12, Rivera 9-1-19, Tatro 1-4-6, Ladd 0-1-1, Straub 0-2-2, McDonald 0-1-1, Silvia, Smith, Noel Searsport (3-1) 44

J. Tripp 3-2-11, Hall 6-0-12, Saucier 4-1-9, Light 1-0-2, Dudley 1-2-5, A. Tripp 1-0-2, A. Ward 1-0-3, Hruby, Ogden, O’Roak, Tupper, Kenney

3-pt. goals: Tripp 3, Dudley, Ward Central 18 35 44 63 Searsport 12 22 37 44

JV: Central 59, Searsport 32

Foxcroft Acad. 63, John Bapst 47

At Dover-Foxcroft, Nate Laita paced Foxcroft Academy with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

Andy Lizotte scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter for the winners. Seth Kimball added 13 points.

Mike Mathien tossed in 14 points to lead John Bapst of Bangor.

John Bapst (10-4) 47

M. Mathien 5-4-14, Owens 1-0-2, Schelling 0-2-2, S. Tremble 3-0-6, T. Mathien 2-2-6, Tremble 1-0-2, Ford 4-0-8, Kirkpatrick 1-0-2, Healey 2-0-5, Halber, St. John, Hanscom Foxcroft (11-5) 63

Kimball 3-7-13, Lizotte 2-8-12, Laita 9-0-18, Hartford 4-0-8, Clawson 3-1-7, Stevens 0-1-1, Grant 2-0-4, Oakes, Kruschet, Robbins, Sands, Richards

3-pt. goals: Healey John Bapst 8 12 31 47 Foxcroft 22 34 43 63

Piscataquis 98, PVHS 87

At Howland, Jacob Ginn scored 14 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter as Piscataquis outscored Penobscot Valley 28-18.

Ryan White netted 29 points and Buddy Leavitt added 20 for the winners.

Nathan Cyr scored a game-high 31 points, including five 3-pointers for Penobscot Valley. Robbie Coyle tossed in 27 points.

Piscataquis (7-5) 98

White 14-0-29, Ginn 11-4-26, Leavitt 6-5-20, Gilbert 2-5-9, Priest 1-2-5, Starbird 1-0-3, Decastro Penobscot Valley (6-8) 87

Cyr 13-0-31, Coyle 13-1-27, Kajkowski 3-2-8, McCannell 1-0-2, Smith 3-2-8, Cloukey 2-0-5, Hallett 1-0-2, Bates 2-0-4, Pelkey

3-pt. goals: White, Leavitt 3, Priest, Starbird; Cyr 5, Cloukey Piscataquis 17 46 70 98 Penobscot Valley 23 46 69 87

JV: PVHS 56, Piscataquis 50

Girls basketball

Jonesport-Beals 49, Machias 40

At Machias, the Royalettes used a balanced scoring attack to beat the Bulldogs.

Renee Davis and Hattie Alley each scored 12 points for the winners and Lillian Durkee put in 10.

Janessa Smith scored nine points for Machias and Genevieve Rogers grabbed 11 rebounds.

Jonesport-Beals (10-6) 49

Alley 5-2-12, Durkee 3-4-10, Davis 6-0-12, Stewart 3-2-8, Beal 1-0-2, Andrews 0-2-2, Smorch 1-1-3, L. Woodward, Carver, C. Woodward Machias (3-12) 40

J. Smith 4-1-9, Day 4-0-8, McDonald 2-3-8, Feeney 0-1-1, Wood 2-3-7, Carter 3-1-7, Rogers, M. Smith, Atwood, Armstrong, Stemplinski

3-pt. goals: McDonald Jonesport-Beals 12 23 35 49 Machias 6 15 27 40

JV: Jonesport-Beals 49, Machias 45

Wisdom 70, Limestone 43

At Limestone, Tracy Guerrette scored a game-high 28 points and Wisdom broke the game open in the third quarter by outscoring Limestone 19-11.

Trisha Cyr had 14 points for the winners and Lori Gervais contributed 10 more.

Amanda Brooker’s 13 points and Oleka O’Bar’s 12 led Limestone.

Wisdom (14-2) 70

Paradis 1-0-2, K. Cyr 1-0-2, L. Gervais 5-0-10, Guerrette 11-1-28, Michaud 0-2-2, Pelletier 1-0-2, T. Cyr 6-0-14, Derosier 4-0-8, J. Gervais 1-0-2, Lowe.

Limestone (4-11) 43

Brooker 5-3-13, Berube 2-0-4, Rivard 3-0-6, Harvey 4-0-8, O’Bar 6-0-12, Bell, Dugal, St. Pierre, Butler

3-pt. goals: Guerrette 5, T. Cyr 2 Wisdom 12 27 46 70 Limestone 8 22 33 43

JV: Wisdom 47, Limestone 30

Fort Fairfield 53, Washburn 41

At Washburn, Sarah Nason’s 13 points and Emily Cyr’s 10 paced a balanced attack that led Fort Fairfield to the win. Devin Jewett and Kathy Russell had nine points apiece.

Kerry Flanagin had a game-high 18 points for Washburn.

Fort Fairfield (9-7) 53

Nason 5-2-13, McCrea 2-2-6, VanderWende, Bubar, Cyr 4-2-10, Russell 3-2-9, Jewett 3-3-9, Ireland 3-0-6

Washburn (5-11) 41

Hafford, Busse 2-1-5, Doody 1-0-2, Howard, Flanagin 6-3-18, Carson 3-2-8, Woollard, Fitzherbert 1-0-2, Umphrey 1-0-2, Conley 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Flanagin 3, Nason, Russell Fort Fairfield 8 21 34 53 Washburn 8 18 26 41

Schenck 60, Katahdin 50

At East Millinocket, Erin Johnston scored 14 of her 20 points in the second quarter as Schenck outscored Katahdin 18-8 to erase a one-point deficit and take the lead for good.

Schenck avenged a 46-45 loss suffered in Sherman Station on Dec. 17.

Rachel Larlee poured in a game-high 27 points for the winners and Erica Franck grabbed 14 rebounds.

Cassie Carver’s 15 points and Robin Kelley’s nine led Katahdin.

Katahdin (10-6) 50

Carver 5-4-15, Landry 2-0-4, Kelley 2-5-9, McNally 4-0-8, Ordway 3-1-8, Mann 3-0-6, Guiggey, Duffy-Stanley

Schenck (7-8) 60

Larlee 10-7-27, Johnston 8-0-20, Wyman 0-2-2, Franck 2-3-7, Birt 0-2-2, Nik. Brown 1-0-2, Nic. Brown, Glidden

3-pt. goals: Johnston 4, Carver, Ordway Katahdin 12 20 35 50 Schenck 11 29 45 60

JV: Schenck 57, Katahdin 26

East Grand 60, Lubec 14

At Lubec Wednesday, Tracy Brackett scored a game-high 14 points and the Vikings received eight points apiece from Megan Amero, Tara Cropley and Becky Gilman en route to the win.

Vicki Marston’s four points led Lubec.

East Grand (7-9) 60

Brackett 6-2-14, Amero 2-3-8, Cropley 3-1-8, B. Gilman 4-0-8, Fish 2-3-7, Whitney 2-0-5, Faulkner 1-2-4, T. Gilman 1-0-2, Oshoe 1-0-2, Knight 1-0-2, Goforth

Lubec (1-11) 14

Marston 1-2-4, Brown 1-0-2, Campbell 1-0-2, McConnell 1-1-3, Davis 1-1-3, Stevens, Case, Feltner, Farmer, Jones, LeSuer

3-pt. goals: Amero, Cropley, Whitney East Grand 18 32 51 60 Lubec 1 7 12 14

Fort Kent 73, Van Buren 50

At Van Buren Wednesday, Robin Lamarr tallied a game-high 20 points, Trista Leblanc had 18, and Andrea Marquis chipped in 15 for the Warriors.

Kristin Ayotte led the Crusaders with 14 points.

Fort Kent (10-5) 73

Leblanc 9-0-18, Lamarr 5-1-20, Marquis 7-1-15, Simard 1-2-4, M. Saucier 2-2-6, N. Saucier 1-0-2, Guimond 0-1-1, Cyr 1-1-3, Long 1-1-3, Dufor 0-1-1, Harvey)

Ayotte 5-4-14, Ouellette 4-0-8, Marquis 3-2-8, Gagnon 1-3-5, Wright 2-1-6, Legasse 1-0-2, M. Parent 1-0-2, Sirois 0-1-1, H. Parent 2-0-4, LaPlante, Morin

3-pt. goals: Wright, Lamarr 2 Fort Kent 20 38 51 73 Van Buren 13 22 35 50

JV: Fort Kent 47, Van Buren 40

Hodgdon 53, So. Aroostook 50

At Dyer Brook, Holly Quint scored nine of her 16 points in the second quarter as Hodgdon built a 31-16 lead.

Traci Aldrich and Amanda Quint each added 11 points for the winners.

Kim Collier paced Southern Aroostook with 24 points and Erica Willigar added 14.

Hodgdon (11-4) 53

Beals, London 1-0-2, Fitzpatrick 1-0-2, Aldrich 3-4-11, Chabot 2-3-7, Wallace 1-2-4, H. Quint 5-5-16, A. Quint 4-3-11 So. Aroostook (13-3) 50

Chambers 0-1-1, Collier 8-6-24, Greenlaw, Swallow 2-2-6, Lyons 1-0-2, Tarr 0-3-3, Edkins, Willigar 7-0-14

3-pt. goals: Aldrich, H. Quint; Collier 2 Hodgdon 9 31 38 53 So. Aroostook 9 16 27 33

JV: Hodgdon 33, So. Aroostook 33

Valley 52, Windham Christian 36

At Bingham, Erin Melcher scored a game-high 19 points to lead Valley to the win.

Messer added 11 for Valley.

Kristen Maurice netted 11 points for Windham Christian.

Valley (8-4) 52

Harrill 2-0-4, Melcher 8-0-19, Messer 4-2-11, Roderick 2-0-4, Belanger 2-0-5, Rich 0-1-1, Northup 1-0-2, Casey 2-0-4, Morrill 1-0-2, Lawyerson, Dunton Windham Christian (2-11) 36

J. Taylor 4-0-8, Jenkins 4-1-9, B. Maurice 1-0-2, K. Maurice 3-5-11, Taylor 3-0-6, Merrill Valley 16 29 41 52 Windham Christian 0 8 20 36

JV: Valley 52, Windham Christian 36

PCHS 58, Lee 32

At Lee, Courtney Martin led the Piscataquis Community Pirates of Guilford to the win with 14 points and 17 rebounds.

Lee’s Shanonn Cole also had a double-double with 16 points and 12 boards.

Piscataquis 58

K. Kelly 4-1-9, Drew 0-1-1, Korsman 3-0-8, Durdin 2-0-4, Post 0-1-1, Martin 5-4-14, Regan 2-2-6, Smiley 3-2-9, Pulkkinen 3-0-6, Young, S. Kelly Lee 32

House 4-0-8, Fogg 0-1-1, Cormier 0-1-1, Worster 1-0-3, Cole 6-4-16, Nute 1-1-3, Jipson, Bowden, Hayes, Linscott, Scott

3-pt. goals: Piscataquis 16 28 39 58 Lee 3 12 23 32

JV: Lee 43, PCHS 27

Bangor Chr. 56, Eastgate Chr. 47

At New Gloucester, Larisa Sobey netted 10 of her 22 points in the third quarter as Bangor Christian built a 41-34 lead.

Rachel Sobey added 11 points for the winners.

Catherine Lewis paced Eastgate Christian with 22 points.

Bangor Christian (11-2) 56

Haverlock, Mick 1-0-2, R. Sobey 4-3-11, Ross 2-4-8, Meserve, Carmichael, Brewster 1-3-5, L. Sobey 10-2-22, Niles 1-6-8 Eastgate Christian (12-2) 47

Lewis 10-0-22, Leburn 2-0-4, Lobozzo 1-1-3, McKay 6-1-13, Legare, Veilleux 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Lewis 2 Bangor Christian 7 25 41 56 Eastgate Christian 16 26 34 47

Foxcroft Acad. 52, John Bapst 39

At Dover-Foxcroft, Jodie Nelson poured in 28 points and ripped down eight rebounds as Foxcroft Academy earned the victory.

Laurie Lavoie had 12 points and five steals for the winners.

Meaghan Young scored 14 points for John Bapst.

John Bapst (8-7) 39

M. Young 5-2-14, Albair 1-2-5, K. Young 3-0-7, Evans 1-0-2, Moore 2-0-4, Pooler 2-3-7, Brazier Foxcroft Academy (11-5) 52

Nelson 10-8-28, Lavoie 4-3-12, Warren 2-5-9, Kelley 0-2-2, Mueller 0-1-1, Hartford, Clawson, Merrill

3-pt. goals: M. Young 2, Albair, K. Young; Lavoie John Bapst 12 18 27 39 Foxcroft 11 24 37 52


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