April 05, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Mt. Blue surges past Lawrence

FARMINGTON – Heather Ernest scored 14 of her game-high 20 points in the third quarter and Rachel Merrill scored seven of her 12 points in the fourth as Mt. Blue posted a 66-52 schoolgirl basketball win over Lawrence Friday night.

Brandy Sloan added 10 points for Mt. Blue, which also used strong defense and rebounding in the second half to spark the turnaround.

Erica Veilleux topped the Bulldogs with 12 points.

Lawrence (3-7) 52

Rood 2-1-6, Landry 1-0-3, Demott 1-3-5, Parent 3-1-7, Veilleux 5-0-12, Clement 1-0-2, Sennett 3-1-7, Nickerson 2-1-5, Hunt 2-1-5, Hatch Mt. Blue (8-3) 66

Merrill 3-6-12, Hodgkins 2-0-4, Dodge 3-1-8, Ernest 5-10-20, Woodcock 0-2-2, Maguire 1-0-2, Robinson 1-2-4, Swett 2-0-4, Sloan 5-0-10

3-pt. goals: Rood, Landry, Veilleux 2; Dodge Lawrence 10 28 39 52 Mt. Blue 15 23 43 66

JV: Mt. Blue 66, Lawrence 51

Mount View 69, MCI 57

At Thorndike, Sarah Cole scored nine of her 15 points in the second quarter and Naomi Gillette scored eight of her 18 in the third quarter as the Mustangs pulled away from Maine Central Institute.

Michelle Ludden added 17 points and Ellen Ward 11 for Mount View. Gillette also grabbed 11 rebounds.

Amanda Leavitt poured in 26 points, including 19 in the fourth quarter, for the Huskies of Pittsfield.

MCI (9-4) 57

Brown 1-1-3, Jensen 2-0-4, Leavitt 10-2-26, Crudell 2-1-5, Hodges 3-0-6, K. Baker 2-0-4, M. Baker 1-0-2, Graham 1-0-2, Hanson 1-1-3, Friend 1-0-2 Mount View (12-2) 69

Gillette 6-6-18, Ludden 3-11-17, Cole 5-3-15, Ward 4-3-11, Cochrane 2-4-8, King, Morse

3-pt. goals: Leavitt 4; Cole 2 MCI 7 20 32 57 Mount View 15 33 51 69

Bangor 45, Nokomis 35

At Bangor, Kara Crockett scored eight of her 16 points in the third quarter as Rams took control of the game.

Jlynn Frazier tossed in 10 points for the winners and Emily Morse dished out eight assists to go with her nine points.

Kristy Pine paced Nokomis with 16 points.

Nokomis (4-6) 35

Kurro 1-1-3, Mondell, L. Pelkey 2-3-7, A. Pelkey 2-0-5, Pine 6-2-16, Cray 1-0-2, Dorman, Raymond, Faloon 1-0-2, Nickerson Bangor (7-4) 45

Dionne, Stout 1-0-2, Wells, Morse 4-0-9, Frazier 3-4-10, Curtis, Wright 0-1-1, Mingo, Kenny 1-0-2, Crockett 7-2-16, Warner, Harriman 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: A. Pelkey, Pine 2; Morse Nokomis 12 20 23 35 Bangor 12 26 39 45

JV: Bangor 51, Nokomis 30

Bucksport 41, Stearns 30

At Millinocket, Christy Grover helped Bucksport stay above .500 and earn the win with 24 points.

Brooke Legassey led Stearns with nine points.

Bucksport (8-7) 41

Kropp 2-3-7, Mercer 0-2-2, Sawyer 2-0-4, Downs 1-0-2, Smith 0-2-2, Grover 7-10-24, Pelletier, Pollard, Almquist Stearns (6-9) 30

N. Boynton 1-1-3, Shead 2-3-8, Larlee 0-1-1, Marquis 1-0-3, Ripton 1-0-3, Legassey 2-3-9, Page 1-1-3, Sirois, Berube

3-pt. goals: Bucksport 14 25 32 41 Stearns 4 9 13 30

JV: Stearns 41, Bucksport 40

Lee 48, Greenville 39

At Greenville, Shannon Cole scored 20 points to lead Lee to the win.

Laura Folsom netted 13 for Greenville.

Lee (4-10) 48

Cole 9-2-20, Scott 0-2-2, House 1-0-2, Cormier 2-0-4, Worster 1-0-2, Nute 1-1-3, Jipson 3-1-7, Hayes 4-0-8, Scott, Fogg Greenville (1-13) 39

L. Folsom 5-3-13, Belmont 2-0-4, Douglass 2-4-8, K. Folsom 0-1-1, Christensen 1-0-2, Shaw 2-4-9, Buley 1-0-2, Tezer

3-pt. goals: Shaw Lee 7 17 31 48 Greenville 6 22 32 39

JV: None

Sumner 44, Dexter 41

At East Sullivan, Sam Scott’s 3-pointer from the right wing finally sealed the outcome of a game in which the teams traded the lead throughout the fourth quarter.

Jennifer Richardson led the Sumner scoring with 13 points, and Stacie Warren grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked two shots.

Morgan Titus, Beth McKusick, and Megan Hughes scored nine points each to power Dexter.

Dexter (8-6) 41

Titus 4-1-9, McKusick 4-1-9, Hughes 3-3-9, McCormick 2-0-4, Haskell 2-0-4, Gilbert 1-2-4, Clukey 1-0-2 Sumner (8-8) 44

Richardson 6-1-13, Scott 3-2-9, Willey 4-1-9, Warren 3-1-7, Buzzell 2-0-4, Mickel 0-2-2, DeFillipo

3-pt. goals: Scott Dexter 8 16 32 41 Sumner 11 25 31 44

JV: Sumner 48, Dexter 41

Islesboro 36, Higgins Christian 18

At Islesboro, the Eagles held Higgins Christian to two points in the third quarter as they took a 12-point lead and picked up the win.

Tara Leach led Islesboro with 10 points and 14 rebounds. Mary-Louise Nichter added eight points.

Amy Waite paced Higgins Christian Academy with eight points.

Higgins Christian 18

Waite 4-0-8, Johndro 1-1-3, Smith 2-1-5, Philbrook 1-0-2, D. Kneeland, R. Kneeland Islesboro 36

Leach 4-2-10, Nichter 4-0-8, Inu 1-3-5, Pike 2-0-4, Delaney 2-0-4, Zlotkowski 1-1-3, Beamis 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: none. Higgins Christian 7 12 14 18 Islesboro 12 18 26 36

Hyde 40, Bangor Christian 35

At Bath, the Hyde Phoenix built a 10-point halftime lead and Bangor Christian could never come closer than two points the rest of the way.

Jackie Marcus paced Hyde with 19 points and Kate Juett added 10.

Larisa Sobey led Bangor Christian with 11 points.

Bangor Christian (11-3) 35

Matula 0-1-1, Haverlock, Mick 0-1-1, R. Sobey 4-1-9, Ross 2-1-5, Meserve, Carmichael, Brewster, L. Sobey 4-3-11, Niles 4-0-8 Hyde School (6-5) 40

Marcus 8-3-19, Merrigan 2-0-4, Martin 0-1-1, Dee 1-0-2, Juett 5-0-10, Jennings 2-0-4, Kelley

3-pt. goals: none. Bangor Christian 4 10 26 35 Hyde School 6 20 29 40


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