September 19, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Carter, Kervin key Hawk win over Madawaka

HODGDON – David Carter scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Jeremy Kervin contributed 17 points and nine rebounds as Hodgdon overcame Rusty Nadeau’s 35 points to edge Madawaska 71-65 Tuesday night.

Hodgdon avenged its only loss, 63-61, earlier this month while dealing the Owls their first setback.

Adam Bell and Tyler Putnam had 10 points each for the Hawks, who received nine fourth-quarter points from Kervin to hold off Madawaska.

Ben Marshall’s 18 points and Derrick Cooper’s 12 complemented Nadeau’s 35 and accounted for all the Owls’ scoring.

Madawaska (5-1) 65

Marshall 8-0-18, Cooper 5-0-12, Pennington, Dufour, Garcia, Nadeau 14-4-35

Hodgdon (4-1) 71

Putnam 4-1-10, Wallace 2-0-6, Little, Melchiore 2-0-4, Bell 5-0-10, Bither 2-0-5, Kervin 8-1-17, Carter 7-5-19

3-pt. goals: Nadeau 3, Cooper 2, Marshall 2; Wallace 2, Putnam, Bither Madawaska 17 37 49 65 Hodgdon 19 38 52 71

Katahdin 79, Penobscot Valley 67

At Sherman Station, Brandon McCarthy netted 28 points, ripped down 12 rebounds, and dished out seven assists to lead Katahdin over Penobscot Valley.

Tim Perry added 13 points, while Ryan Robinson poured in 11 for the Cougars.

Scott Bates paced PVHS of Howland with 13 points.

Penobscot Valley (4-2) 67

Morin 2-3-8, Oakes 3-0-8, Doyon 1-4-6, Caron 4-0-8, LeMay 4-0-8, Slowikowski 3-0-8, Harris 4-0-8, Bates 5-3-13 Katahdin (6-1) 79

Perry 5-1-13, C. Robinson 2-0-4, McCarthy 9-9-28, R. Robinson 4-3-11, Atkinson 1-3-5, Cullen 2-2-6, Heath 1-2-4, Kelley 1-5-8, Rodgerson, Cyr

3-pt. goals: Oakes 2, Slowikowski 2, Morin; Perry 2, McCarthy, Kelley Penobscot Valley 8 21 35 67 Katahdin 16 35 53 79

JV: Penobscot Valley 55-49

Jonesport-Beals 80, Narraguagus 77

At Jonesport, Alvin Beal scored 11 of his game-high 32 points in the fourth quarter as Jonesport-Beals avenged a 68-60 setback suffered in Harrington on Dec. 10.

Shane Alley had 17 points for the winners and Ira Kelley contributed 13.

Abe Alley’s 21 points, Josh Nelson’s 15 and Jason Snider’s 13 points led Narraguagus.

Narraguagus 77

Snider 5-3-13, Bernier 2-0-4, Shaw 3-0-7, Nelson 6-0-15, A. Alley 9-0-21, Frazier 1-0-3, Calor 1-0-2, Ross 3-0-6, Digoria 3-0-6 Jonesport-Beals 80

A. Beal 11-10-32, Kelley 4-4-13, Redman 3-2-8, D. Alley 1-1- A. Beal 11-10-32, Kelley 4-4-13, Redman 3-2-8, D. Alley 1-1-4, S. Alley 5-7-17, Libby, Robinson 3-0-6, J. Alley

3-pt. goals: Nelson 3, A. Alley 3, Frazier, Shaw; Kelley, D. Alley Narraguagus 21 37 54 77 Jonesport-Beals 26 40 54 80

JV: Jonesport-Beals 42-39

Piscataquis 77, Stearns 53

At Millinocket, Buddy Leavitt drained five 3-pointers on his way to 17 points to propel Piscataquis Community of Guilford to victory.

Ben Smith and Randy Burgess netted 11 points each and Josh Watson added 10 more for the Pirates.

Aaron Civiello tossed in a game-high 21 points for Stearns and Rick Deloge chipped in with 12.

Piscataquis 77

Martell 1-2-4, White 2-0-4, Pulkkinen 0-2-2, DeCastro 2-0-4, Dawson 1-0-2, Smith 5-1-11, Hoffman 0-5-5, Leavitt 6-0-17, Watson 2-6-10, Haskell 2-0-4, Burgess 5-1-11, Overlock 1-1-3 Stearns 53

Fitzpatrick 0-1-1, Deloge 5-2-12, Johnson 0-3-3, Montgomery 1-0-2, Civiello 9-3-21, Barnett, Donato, Cote 1-4-6, Mosca 2-2-6, Pelletier 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Leavitt 5 PCHS 19 43 59 77 Stearns 8 25 39 53

JV: Piscataquis 56-49

MA Lynx 65, Woodland 60 (3OT)

At Lincoln, in Nick Albert’s last game due to an injury to his wrist attained during football season, he scored a pair of late baskets among his 18 points to pace the win.

Matt McLellan added 20 points while Zak Reed put in 12 to pace the Lynx.

Mark Knowles hit the shot to force a third overtime and had 23 points. Bobby Ferry netted 16 points for Woodland.

Woodland (4-2) 60

Ferry 5-2-16, Kesel 3-2-8, Knowles 10-3-23, McAlpine 1-0-2, Lord 2-0-4, Morrison 1-4-7, Gillespie Mattanawcook (4-1) 65

McLellan 10-0-20, Reed 4-3-12, Thibodeau 4-0-8, Jordan 1-2-5, Albert 6-5-18, Wortton 1-0-2, Wilkes, Shorrey, Birtz

3-pt. goals: Ferry 4, Morrison; Reed, Jordan, Albert Woodland 15 24 35 52 54 57 60 Mattanawcook 15 24 38 52 54 57 65

JV: Mattanawcook 85-25

Hockey

Orono 8, Houlton-Hodgdon 1

At John Millar Arena in Houlton, Jake Hedstrom scored a goal and assisted on six others to lead the Red Riots past the Blackhawks.

Derek Williams added two goals and two assists for 3-0 Orono while Eric Gordon scored two goals. Pat Skall, Scott Zadakis and Mike Merritt tallied a goal each. Goalie Casey Hale stopped 24 of the 25 shots he faced.

David Carmichael scored an unassisted goal for 1-5 Houlton-Hodgdon. Ryan Blanchette made 28 saves on 36 shots.

Maranacook 6, Presque Isle 2

At the Northern Maine Forum in Presque Isle, Ian Harger scored two goals and assisted on a third to spark the Black Bears to victory.

Tim Colony scored two goals for Maranacook of Readfield, while Mario Villani added one goal and one assist. Ben Jones scored the other goal to back the goaltending of Matt Zeh.

Chris Louton scored unassisted for Presque Isle and Tom Gregg tallied off a Luke Fitzpatrick assist. Joey Grenier was the goalie.

Girls basketball

Penobscot Valley 60, Katahdin 33

At Sherman Station, Meagan Cyr scored 22 points to pace the Penobscot Valley Howlers of Howland past Katahdin.

Mitch Doyon and Heidi McGinn each scored 14 for the Howlers.

Michaelene Duffy and Mindy Libby each scored eight points to lead Katahdin.

Penobscot Valley (3-2) 60

Porter, Young 1-0-2, Doyon 5-3-14, Cyr 9-1-22, Trafton, Beshai, Lloyd 0-1-1, Drost 2-3-7, McGinn 5-4-14 Katahdin (1-4) 33

K. McAvoy, Duffy-Stanley 1-0-2, Willigar, Me. Libby 1-0-2, Perrin 1-0-2, F. McAvoy, Qualey 2-0-5, Duffy 3-2-8, Mann 2-0-4, Mi. Libby 4-0-8, Willette 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Doyon, Cyr 3 Penobscot Valley 11 24 36 60 Katahdin 10 20 22 33

JV: PVHS 34-31

Washington Acad. 46, Machias 42

At Machias, Miranda Fergerson scored 10 of her game-high 17 points in the fourth quarter to power Washington Academy past Machias.

Fergerson also hauled down 13 rebounds and Katie Kurz scored 11 points for the winners, who went 16-for-23 from the foul line compared to Machias’ 15-for-33 performance.

Leann Pritchard’s 13 points, Molly Phipps 11 and Sarah Irving’s game-high 16 rebounds led Machias.

Washington Academy (3-3) 46

Fergerson 4-9-17, Kurz 3-4-11, Gaddis 1-2-5, Govoni, Dennison 1-0-2, Bourdeau 2-1-6, Mawhinney 2-0-5, Almendinger, Stauffer, Hinerman Machias (2-2) 42

Irving 2-2-6, Carter 2-1-5, Wood 2-1-5, McDonald, Pritchard 3-6-13, Phipps 4-3-11, Feeney 0-1-1, Smith 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Kurz, Gaddis, Bourdeau, Mawhinney; Pritchard Washington Academy 4 19 31 46 Machias 8 17 29 42

JV: Washington Acad. 40-22

Hodgdon 52, Madawaska 50

At Hodgdon, the Hodgdon Hawks held on to victory after a Madawaska desperation 3-point shot at the buzzer bounced off the front of the rim.

With less than 30 seconds to play, Janelle Horten hit both ends of a 1-and-1 to put Hodgdon up by three points. A foul on the other end resulted in one Madawaska free throw to make it 52-50, and a Hodgdon turnover gave Madawaska one last shot.

For the Hawks, Holly Quint scored 19 points and Lura Griffin had 10 rebounds, eight of which (all offensive) came in the second half.

Kristine Cyr scored 22 and Pam Cyr added 11 for the Owls, who suffered their first loss of the season.

Madawaska (4-1) 50

K. Cyr 8-6-22, P. Cyr 4-3-11, Gerard 1-3-5, Martin, Bouchard, Desjardins, Nelson, Marshall 1-0-2, McDermott, Michaud 2-0-4, Bourgoin 1-1-3, Morneault Hodgdon (3-1) 52

H. Quint 7-3-19, Fitzpatrick 3-3-9, L. Griffin 3-3-9, Horten 2-3-7, S. Quint 1-0-2, Suitter 1-2-4, Kennedy 1-0-2, P. Griffin, Smith, Tidd, Dwyer

3-pt. goals: H. Quint 2 Madawaska 11 25 40 50 Hodgdon 6 17 33 52

Van Buren 60, Washburn 49

At Van Buren, Denise Marquis and Nicole Corbin each scored 16 points to lead the host Crusaders to the victory.

Marquis scored 12 points in the second half and finished with 15 rebounds. Kristy Wright scored 15 for Van Buren.

Elizabeth Howard scored 22 for the Beavers.

Washburn (1-4) 49

Howard 7-1-22, Maynard 3-1-7, Blakely 3-1-7, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Rossignol 2-0-4, Flanagin 3-0-6, Jordan, Vaughn Van Buren (2-1) 60

Marquis 6-4-16, Wright 5-5-15, Corbin 8-0-16, Parent 2-1-5, Sirois 4-0-8, Gagnon

3-pt. goals: Howard 7, McLaughlin Washburn 13 25 32 49 Van Buren 16 30 44 60

JV: Van Buren 37-17

Central Aroostook 61, Ashland 31

At Mars Hill, Jessica Long scored 13 of her game-high 23 points in the first half as Central Aroostook built a 14-point halftime lead en route to the triumph.

Tiffany Lundeen and Misty Pratt had nine points apiece for the winners.

Sarah Dwyer’s 10 points and Andrea Millett’s nine led Ashland.

Ashland (2-2) 31

Dwyer 4-2-10, Millett 4-0-9, Martin 2-0-5, Me. Muffler 2-0-4, O’Clair 1-0-2, Mi. Muffler 0-1-1, Spooner, Collier, Caron, Fournier, Cyr-Cormier Central Aroostook (5-1) 61

Long 9-4-23, Lundeen 4-1-9, Pratt 3-3-9, Smith 3-1-7, M. Robinson 1-0-2, Bell, McCrum 1-0-2, J. Robinson 1-0-2, Richard 2-0-4, Walsh 0-3-3

3-pt. goals: Millett, Martin; Long Ashland 9 17 26 31 Central Aroostook 16 31 46 61

JV: Central Aroostook 45-29

Fort Fairfield 50, Easton 13

At Fort Fairfield, 10 players scored as Fort Fairfield defeated injury-plagued Easton.

Jessica Ireland scored nine points and Amy Van Der Wende added eight to pace the Tigers.

Brandi Blanchard netted seven points for Easton.

Easton (0-7) 13

Lovely 1-0-2, Blanchard 3-2-7, Patterson 0-3-3, O’Mara 0-1-1, Pytlak Fort Fairfield (5-1) 50

McCrea 3-0-6, Enman 1-0-2, Bubar 1-0-2, Van Der Wende 4-0-8, Butler 0-2-2, Churchill 3-0-6, Cyr 3-0-6, Barnes 2-0-4, Rogeski 1-3-5, Ireland 4-1-9, Erb, Shaw

3-pt. goals: Blanchard Easton 1 6 7 13 Fort Fairfield 15 29 41 50

Searsport 55, Sumner 28

At Searsport, Holly Gracie paced Searsport with 20 points in a win against Sumner.

Andrea Blanchard netted 13 to help the Vikings.

Amber Lane poured in 10 points to lead the attack for Sumner of East Sullivan.

Sumner (1-3) 28

Lane 5-0-10, Mickel 3-1-7, Copeland 3-0-6, Crowley 1-0-2, Thibault 1-0-2, Boyd 0-1-1, Briscoe, Philio, Reynolds, Young Searsport (4-0) 55

Gracie 8-2-20, Blanchard 5-2-13, Plourde 3-0-6, Lavway 3-0-6, Smith 3-0-6, Curtis 2-0-4, Suppes, Carroll

3-pt. goals: Gracie 2, Blanchard Sumner 6 15 24 28 Searsport 17 33 42 55

Brewer 51, Hampden 47

At Hampden, Alison Wing poured in 20 points to head the Brewer attack in its win over Hampden.

Liz Boone contributed 13 points, while Katrina Peterson netted nine and ripped down 10 rebounds for the Witches.

Megan Magoon totaled 16 points to pace Hampden and Brianna Bragg compiled 10.

Brewer (3-0) 51

Wing 7-5-20, Boone 3-7-13, Corey 1-0-2, Peterson 3-3-9, Rief 2-1-5, Higgins 1-0-2, Brooks, Bonic Hampden (0-3) 47

Magoon 4-8-16, Bragg 2-6-10, Caron 2-0-5, Robinson 2-1-5, Shaw 2-1-5, Butler 1-0-2, Hessert 1-2-4, Wells, Wilson, Clayton, Martin, Spaulding

3-pt. goals: Wing; Caron Brewer 14 33 46 51 Hampden 15 25 34 47

JV: Hampden 60-19


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