January 25, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Bickford lifts Erskine to victory

AUGUSTA – Amy Bickford scored 18 points as No. 5 Erskine upset No. 4 Leavitt of Turner 52-49 in overtime in a Western Maine Class B girls basketball quarterfinal at the Augusta Civic Center Friday night.

Nicole Brann added 11 points for the winners, who will be facing either Fryeberg or Greely on Wednesday.

Liza Barker paced Leavitt with 23 points.

Erskine (12-6) 52

Nichols, Willoughby, Roughgarden 1-3-6, Haskell 3-3-9, Nored, Bickford 4-10-18, Farrington 0-1-1, Pierce, Brann 5-1-11, Simpson, Ferran 2-0-4, Castle 1-1-3

Leavitt (12-6) 49

Pratt 1-0-2, Barker 8-7-23, Hood 1-0-2, Murphy 3-1-7, Golden 2-0-4, St. Onge, Hurd, Jolicoeur, King, Cook, Phinney, Veilleux 2-0-5, Girous 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Roughgarden; Veilleux Erskine 14 24 35 44 52 Leavitt 16 22 39 44 49

Hockey

Hampden 4, Foxcroft 3

At Sawyer Arena in Bangor, Sean Tardiff scored the unassisted game-winner with 13 seconds left in regulation to propel 6-13 Hampden Academy.

Nick Bridges, Kyle Moser and Lee Miller each netted goals for the Broncos while Brian Cattaldo saved 24 of 27 shots.

Ben Orton turned away 18 of 22 shots for Foxcroft Academy. Dave Speed, Seth Condon and Mike Herring each scored a goal.

Orono 4, Presque Isle 3 (OT)

At the Forum in Presque Isle, Eric Powers scored the game-winning goal with 1:49 left in overtime.

Orono’s Eric Holmes tied the game with 58 seconds left. Jaimie Brooker and Chris Monberg each scored for the 18-2 Red Riots. Stuart Cady saved 29 of 32 shots he faced.

Josh Hayes, Derrick Allen and Jason Straetz each tallied a goal for 12-6-1 Presque Isle. Ted Wright stopped 18 of 21 shots.

Class A boys basketball

Bangor 50, Mt. Blue 38

At Farmington, Tommy Waterman scored 13 points as the Rams Cruised to victory.

Elliot Blackstone added 12 points for Bangor.

Brian Demsher led Mt. Blue with nine points.

Bangor (13-1) 50

Waterman 3-6-13, Loukes, Gildart, Peoples 3-0-6, Blackstone 4-2-12, Crane, Gallant, Leture, Arsenault 1-2-4, Pitula 4-0-9, Chadbourne, Clarkson 2-1-5, Merrill 0-1-1, Webber, Bradford Mt. Blue (8-7) 38

Bre. Demsher, Bryant, Franson, Kamhortz 1-1-3, Brown, Duffy 1-6-8, Averill, Willett, Sawyer 2-0-5, Alexander 1-2-5, Baylis 2-4-8, Scott 1-0-2, Bri. Demsher

3-pt. goals: Waterman, Blackstone 2, Pitula; Sawyer, Alexander Bangor 6 24 35 50 Mt. Blue 10 13 22 38

Class A girls basketball

Old Town 72, Medomak Valley 42

At Old Town, Jody Kenniston led Old Town with 23 points as the Indians ran away in the second quarter.

Kenniston added five assists and grabbed eight rebounds, while Andrea Pardilla netted 15 and pulled down 12 rebounds for Old Town.

Medomak Valley (5-11) 42

Williamson 4-1-9, Ross 3-2-8, Joki 3-0-7, Stanley 2-0-4, Newbert 1-0-3, Labkawiez 3-0-6, Newbert 1-0-2, Bind 0-1-1, Barrett 1-0-2, People, Rich, Dakin, Rice Old Town (16-1) 72

Kenniston 8-5-23, Pardilla 5-5-15, Ferland 3-2-8, Voyer 3-1-7, St. Peter 3-0-6, Nadeau 1-3-5, Spencer 1-0-2, People, Thurston, Scirica, O’Keefe, Bagley

3-pt. goals: none Medomak Valley 10 17 25 42 Old Town 11 29 47 72

JV: Old Town 41, Medomak Valley 35

Bangor 51, Mt. Blue 45

At Red Barry Gym in Bangor, Kara Crockett scored seven of her game-high 16 points in the third quarter as Bangor extended to a 37-29 lead.

Crockett added 12 rebounds. Jlynn Frazier and Jennifer Harriman each scored 10 points.

Rachel Merrill and Heather Ernst scored 10 points appiece for Mt. Blue of Farmington.

Mt. Blue (11-5) 45

Roberts, Merrill 4-2-10, Hodgkins 3-1-7, Dodge 3-1-8, Ernst 3-4-10, Woodcock 2-0-6, Maguire, Robinson, Swett 1-2-4, Sloan Bangor (10-6) 51

Dionne 0-2-2, Strout 1-0-2, Wells, Morse 4-0-9, Frazier 4-1-10, Wright 1-0-2, Hutchinson, Kenny, Crockett 5-6-16, Harriman 4-2-10

3-pt. goals: Woodcock 2; Morse, Frazier Mt. Blue 14 16 29 45 Bangor 13 22 37 51

Skowhegan 60, Nokomis 54 (2OT)

At Newport, Tara Bedard scored six of her 15 points in the second overtime as Skowhegan won.

Amanda Bourgoin scored all seven of Skowhegan’s points in the first overtime, while Tonya Cray matched her with all seven of Nokomis’ points.

Bourgoin finished with 17 points and seven rebounds.

Cray finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds for Nokomis. Kristy Pine added 17 points and Laura Pelkey had eight rebounds.

Skowhegan (10-5) 60

Shay 1-2-4, Albert 1-1-4, Bedard 4-7-15, Leo, Kempton 2-0-5, Hight 2-4-8, Bourgoin 3-9-17, Ballard 2-1-5, Burns 1-0-2 Nokomis (6-9) 54

Kurro 1-0-2, Mendell, L. Pelkey 2-4-8, A. Pelkey 2-0-4, Palmer, Bacon, Pine 6-2-17, Cray 7-4-18, Dorman, Nickerson 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Albert, Kempton, Bourgoin 2; Pine 3 Skowhegan 9 23 33 41 48 60 Nokomis 9 22 32 41 48 54

JV: Nokomis 51, Skowhegan 50 (OT)

Lawrence 47, Gardiner 44

At Fairfield, Erica Veilleux sank seven of her 24 points in the fourth quarter to help the Bulldogs to the win.

Gardiner outscored Lawrence 16-10 in the fourth but Veilleux helped hold off Gardiner.

Lisa Brown led for Gardiner with 12 points.

Gardiner (7-8) 44

Brown 6-0-12, Stebbins 1-1-3, Williams 1-4-7, Stilphen 2-3-7, Shaw 3-0-6, Kunces 3-2-8, Sparrow 0-1-1, Chandler Lawrence (5-10) 47

Veilleux 9-5-24, Rood 1-0-2, Demott 0-3-3, Hatch 1-0-2, Sennett 2-1-5, Nickerson 2-1-5, Hunt 2-0-4, Parent

3-pt. goals: Gardiner 14 23 28 44 Lawrence 11 25 37 47

JV: Lawrence 66, Gardiner 56


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