December 03, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Grover nets 23 to lift Bucksport over Ellsworth

BUCKSPORT – Christy Grover scored 10 of her game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter as Bucksport topped Ellsworth 59-46 in schoolgirl basketball action Monday.

Heather Pelletier tossed in 12 points and senior Jessica Sawyer added 10 for the Golden Bucks.

Erica Page paced the Eagles with nine points.

Ellsworth (4-13) 46

Lemar 3-0-7, Smallidge 2-1-5, Saunders 1-3-6, Chan 3-0-7, Sirois, J. Merchant, Johnston 1-0-2, C. Merchant, Smith 4-0-8, Page 3-3-9, Metzler 1-0-2

Bucksport (9-8) 59

Kropp 1-0-2, Boyle, Sawyer (sr.) 1-8-10, Pelletier 5-0-12, Pollard 2-1-5, Woodward 2-3-7, Almquist, Grover 7-9-23

3-pt. goals: Lemar, Saunders, Chan; Pelletier Ellsworth 17 29 36 46 Bucksport 13 30 39 59

JV: Ellsworth 48-38

Lee Academy 53, So. Aroostook 39

At Lee, Tori Nute scored 15 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lift the Pandas to the win.

Danielle Jipson and Heather Scott added 10 points apiece for Lee Academy.

Kristi Brooker, Janelle Tarr and Erica Willigar netted 8 points apiece for Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook.

Southern Aroostook (7-10) 39

Boutilier, Brooker 4-0-8, Chambers 1-0-2, Toothaker, Lyons 1-0-3, Tarr 3-2-8, Edkins 1-1-3, Willigar 4-0-8, Hersey, Brisley, Dickinson 1-5-7, Green, Violette Lee Academy (9-8) 53

Nute 6-3-15, Jipson 4-2-10, Ham 1-0-2, Raymond 3-0-8, Linscott 2-0-4, Scott 4-1-10, Pickering, Hayes, Beaulieu 1-0-2, House 1-0-2, Bird, Loman, Flynn

3-pt. goals: Lyons; Raymond 2, Scott Southern Aroostook 4 20 30 39 Lee Academy 12 26 42 53

JV: Lee Academy 51-40

Penobscot Valley 51, Central 25

At East Corinth, the Howlers opened up a 13-2 lead four minutes into the first quarter and went on to take the victory.

Meagan Cyr paced Penobscot Valley of Howland 16 points, including four 3-pointers. Mitchelle Doyon added nine points.

Jen Greatorex led the Red Devils with 10 points.

Penobscot Valley (8-8) 51

Cyr 6-0-16, Doyon 3-3-9, Dawson 3-0-6, Trafton 2-1-5, Oldenburgh 2-0-4, Wakefield 1-0-2, McGinn 1-0-2, Porter 0-2-2, Colbath 1-0-2, Drost 1-1-3, Gifford Central (3-14) 25

Greatorex 4-2-10, Stevens 2-1-5, Parker 1-1-3, Libby 1-0-2, Allen 1-0-2, Iwaniszek 1-0-2, Strout 0-1-1, Partridge, Shaw, Underhill, Giles

3-pt. goals: Cyr 4 Penobscot Valley 15 30 38 51 Central 11 15 19 25

JV: Penobscot Valley 27-18

Hampden 55, Medomak Valley 31

At Hampden, Jamie Wells and Jessica O’Donnell combined for 17 points in the second half as Hampden outscored Medomak Valley 30-10 to take its first win of the season.

Wells paced the Broncos with 15 points and O’Donnell contributed 14.

Tracey Stanley netted 10 points to lead the Panthers of Waldoboro.

Medomak Valley (0-12) 31

Stanley 5-0-10, Lobkowicz 2-0-5, D. Newbert 1-2-4, Belvill 1-0-3, Rich 0-2-2, Storer 1-0-2, Rice 1-0-2, Mountainland 0-2-2, Wood 0-1-1, Conary, Johnson, M. Newbert Hampden Academy (1-11) 55

Wells 4-5-15, O’Donnell 7-0-14, Magoon 4-0-9, Rivers 1-2-4, S. Shaw 2-0-4, J. Shaw 2-0-4, Carney 0-3-3, Paoletti 1-0-2, Smith, Clayton, Davis, Sturdee, Leyro

3-pt. goals: Lobkowicz, Belvill; Wells 2, Magoon Medomak Valley 13 21 26 31 Hampden Academy 18 25 38 55

JV: Hampden Academy 51-32

Sumner 54, Searsport 39

At East Sullivan, Sam Scott led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points as the Tigers downed the Vikings.

Jennifer Reynolds contributed 12 points for Sumner.

Charissa Robert fired in a game-high 18 points for Searsport. Andrea Blanchard added 13 points.

Searsport (7-10) 39

Robert 8-2-18, Blanchard 5-2-13, Gracie 1-0-2, Suppes 1-0-2, Curtis 2-0-4, Lavway Sumner (8-10) 54

Scott 5-2-13, Reynolds 6-0-12, Willey 1-2-4, DeFilippo 2-0-4, Lane 4-0-8, Mickel 2-0-4, Young 2-5-9

3-pt. goals: Blanchard; Scott Searsport 10 17 29 39 Sumner 10 25 37 54

JV: Sumner 51-41

Eastgate Christian 56, Islesboro 47

At Islesboro, Catherine Lewis netted 28 points to lead Eastgate Christian of New Gloucester to the win.

Tracey Wuori paced Islesboro with 21 points, nine rebounds, three steals and three blocks. Cami Delaney contributed 10 points.

Eastgate Christian (15-2) 56

Lewis 13-1-28, McIntosh 4-1-9, Lobozzo 2-3-7, Jacques 4-0-8, M. Veilleux 0-2-2, Tilson 1-0-2, Legere, F. Veilleux, Conger Islesboro (8-6) 47

Wuori 5-8-21, Delaney 4-2-10, Pendleton 1-0-2, A. Bolduc 3-0-6, Robinson 4-0-8, N. Bolduc, Leach, Johnson

3-pt. goals: Lewis; Wuori 3 Eastgate Christian 12 34 39 56 Islesboro 5 15 33 47

Foxcroft 66, Piscataquis 39

At Guilford, Amy Kelley’s 19-point effort helped lead the Foxcroft Academy Ponies to the win over Piscataquis.

Becky Warren added 13 points for the Ponies.

Amanda Post scored 10 to lead the Pirates.

Foxcroft Academy (9-8) 66

Kelley 7-5-19, Warren 3-4-13, Nichols 1-1-4, Cookson, Hartford 1-0-3, Frasz 1-0-6, Chase 0-1-1, Laita 2-0-4, Glover, Zimmerman 3-0-7, Dow 2-1-5, Merrill 1-2-4 Piscataquis (1-16) 39

Post 4-2-10, Pulkkinen 3-0-7, Drew, Sa. Kelly 1-0-2, Ga. Korsman 2-0-4, Garrett-Young 2-0-4, Burdin 4-0-8, Herrick, Regan 1-0-2, Gr. Korsma, Su. Kelly 1-0-2, Riitano

3-pt. goals: Warren 3, Nichols, Hartford, Frasz 2, Zimmerman; Pulkkinen Foxcroft 9 34 54 66 Piscataquis 13 20 28 39

Waterville 54, Lawrence 42

At Colby College in Waterville, Katie Trinward tossed in 19 points to help the Purple Panthers earn the win.

Judy Griffin added 14 points for Waterville.

Samantha Hunt paced the Bulldogs of Fairfield with 10 points.

Lawrence (5-8) 42

Hatch 0-2-2, Hunt 3-3-10, Rood 3-1-8, Nickerson 2-4-8, Lightford 3-1-8, Lary 2-1-5, Marshall, Parent, Lovitz, Dubay Waterville (6-7) 54

Smith 2-0-4, Kimball 3-2-8, Trinward 6-7-19, Kempton 1-3-5, Griffin 3-8-14, Taylor 0-1-1, Phillips, Laughlin

3-pt. goals: Hunt, Rood, Lightford Lawrence 12 27 35 54 Waterville 12 17 27 42

Boys basketball

Islesboro 97, Eastgate Christian 67

At Islesboro, Derek Johnson and Ross Carver combined for 22 points in the second quarter as Islesboro took a 24-point lead before going on to the win.

Carver paced the Eagles with 19 points and Johnson fired in 17. Ben Dove and Elek Miller contributed 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Mike Veilleux drilled five 3-pointers on his way to 30 points for Eastgate Christian of New Gloucester. Ben McKay added 12 points and Jon Vail chipped in with 11.

Eastgate Christian (4-13) 67

Vail 4-2-11, Bernard 0-1-1, Lobozzo 2-2-6, Turgeon 0-3-3, Holbrook 1-0-2, Dubois 1-0-2, Veilleux 12-1-30, McKay 5-2-12, Cohen, Paradis Islesboro (14-2) 97

Shand 3-2-8, Johnson 8-0-17, Carver 9-1-19, Nelson 2-0-4, Zlotkowski 1-0-3, Miller 5-0-10, Dove 6-0-12, Tatro 4-0-9, Leach 3-0-6, Frank 4-1-9, Bolduc, Grindle

3-pt. goals: Vail, Veilleux 5; Zlotkowski, Johnson, Tatro Eastgate Christian 18 34 53 67 Islesboro 24 58 76 97

Dexter 60, Searsport 47

At Searsport, Dexter outscored the Vikings 21-11 in the second quarter to build a 13-point lead before taking the win.

Brent Patterson scored 17 points to lead the Tigers. Ben Robinson added 11 points and Mark Cooper chipped in with 10.

Steve Saucier led Searsport with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Nate Hall added 10 points and 11 boards.

Dexter (7-10) 60

Davis, Mountain 3-2-8, Patterson 7-2-17, Cooper 5-0-10, Kimball 2-1-6, Robertson 4-3-11, Teixeira 2-1-5, Clukey 0-2-2, Foster, Larue, Crispell 0-1-1

Searsport (5-10) 47

Blanchard 2-3-7, Ward, Hall 4-2-10, Light 2-1-5, Tripp, Curtis 4-0-8, Saucier 3-6-12, Moran, Relyea, Middleswart 2-0-5

3-pt. goals: Patterson, Kimball; Middleswart Dexter 9 30 48 60 Searsport 6 17 32 47

JV: Dexter 61-46

Lawrence 65, Waterville 48

At Colby College, Waterville, Justin Underwood scored 27 points, dished out seven assists and made four steals as Lawrence of Fairfield picked up the win.

Jed Johnson contributed 20 points and 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

Sean Flood paced the Purple Panthers with 20 points. Chris DeGuzman added 12 points.

Underwood 7-9-27, Bolduc 1-2-4, Kent 1-0-2, Johnson 7-6-20, Trafton 2-0-4, Brown 1-0-2, Clement 0-2-2, Nadeau 2-0-4, Berard, Smith, Knights Waterville (8-5) 48

Weisser 2-0-4, Co. DeGuzman 2-1-5, LaMarre 0-1-1, Ch. DeGuzman 3-6-12, Flood 7-5-20, Caron 1-2-4, Wolcott 1-0-2, L’Heureux, Greenlaw

3-pt. goals: Underwood 4; Flood Waterville 9 22 30 48 Lawrence 17 26 42 65


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