August 23, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Frost’s 37 points lead Calais to victory

CALAIS – James Frost scored 37 of his team’s 79 points and hauled in 13 rebounds Thursday night to propel Calais to a 79-63 schoolboy basketball victory over Narraguagus of Harrington.

Steve McGinley netted 17 points and got 11 rebounds, and Joe Footer scored 14 points for the Blue Devils.

Luke Shaw netted 18 points for Narraguagus of Harrington. Jason Snider collected 17 points and Josh Nelson added 14 points.

Narraguagus (3-3) 63

Shaw 7-2-18, Snider 5-7-17, Nelson 5-2-14, Alley 2-5-9, Dunbar 1-0-3, Calor 1-0-2, Bernier, DiGioia Calais (3-3) 79

Frost 17-4-37, McGinley 7-3-17, Footer 7-0-14, LaPointe 1-2-4, Adams 1-0-2, MacDonald 0-1-1, Dow, Leavitt

3-pt. goals: Shaw 2, Nelson 2, Dunbar; Frost 3 Narraguagus 24 39 51 63 Calais 13 41 52 79

JV: Narraguagus 56-53

Wisdom 52, Madawaska 45

At St. Agatha, 6-foot-2 senior Jesse Levesque scored 19 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as the Class D Pioneers upended Class C Madawaska.

Chad Gervais contributed 11 points and Ryan Paradis notched 10 for Wisdom.

Ben Marshall scored 19 points for the Owls while Rusty Nadeau added 14.

Madawaska (5-2) 45

Marshall 8-3-19, Nadeau 4-2-14, Cooper 2-0-4, Pennington 2-0-4, Dufour 2-0-4, Cyr, Garcia Wisdom (5-2) 52

Levesque 8-3-19, Gervais 5-0-11, Paradis 3-3-10, Bourgoin 2-2-7, Sirois 1-0-3, Michaud 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Nadeau 4; C. Gervais, Paradis, Bourgoin, Sirois Madawaska 11 24 36 45 Wisdom 11 26 34 52

JV: Madawaska 42-33

Houlton 52, MDI 47

At Houlton, Frank DiStefano led the Shiretowners with 18 points in Houlton’s victory.

Reuben Thomas added 12 points while Luke McGary scored 10.

For the Trojans, Ian Jones tossed in a game-high 20 points.

MDI (2-3) 47

Jones 6-7-20, Garrity 1-0-3, Hopkins 2-0-5, Hathaway 1-0-2, Douglass 3-2-8, Colbeth 1-0-2, Archilles 1-0-3, Applegate 2-0-4 Houlton (6-1) 52

Thomas 5-2-12, DiStefano 7-4-18, McGary 5-0-10, Hipsley 3-3-9, Jones 1-0-2, Cottle 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Jones, Garrity, Hopkins, Archilles MDI 12 28 33 47 Houlton 11 25 34 52

JV: MDI 60-50

Woodland 83, Lee Academy 60

At Woodland, Frankie Morrison scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Woodland.

Bobby Ferry tossed in 19 points, while Mark Knowles, Kris McAlpine, and John Kesel (six assists) chipped in 14, 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Charlie Worster netted 20 points for Lee Academy. Matt Corbin scored 14 points and Brian Ripley added 13.

Lee Academy (0-5) 60

Worster 8-3-20, Corbin 5-3-14, Ripley 5-0-13, Osgood 2-2-6, McAlpine 1-0-2, Pickering 1-0-2, Severance 1-0-2, Thurlow 0-1-1, Hamm, McDonough, Goulet Woodland (5-2) 83

Morrison 8-4-20, Ferry 6-4-19, Knowles 7-0-14, J. Kesel 4-1-12, McAlpine 3-6-13, Lord 1-2-4, Cerecede 0-1-1, Alviar, Gillespie, M. Kesel, Worster, Potter

3-pt. goals: Worster, Corbin, Ripley 3; Ferry 3, J. Kesel 3, McAlpine Lee Academy 16 31 41 60 Woodland 27 39 59 83

JV: Lee 60-56

Katahdin 68, Hodgdon 65

At Hodgdon, Brandon McCarthy scored 20 points including a pair of clutch free throws with nine seconds left that extended the lead to three. Hodgdon missed a desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer.

Dan Cullen had 16 points for the winners and Ryan Robinson had 14.

David Carter’s 20 points paced Hodgdon while Dave Melchiore had 15, Mike Wallace contributed 12 and Adam Bell scored 10 points.

Katahdin (7-1) 68

Perry 1-1-3, C. Robinson 4-0-8, McCarthy 5-10-20, Robinson 4-4-14, Atkinson 1-0-2, Cullen 5-6-16, Kelley 1-3-5 Hodgdon (4-2) 65

Wallace 4-0-12, Putnam, Melchiore 6-0-15, Bell 4-1-10, Kervin 4-0-8, Little, Carter 7-6-20 Katahdin 19 39 50 68 Hodgdon 14 24 39 65

Girls basketball

Hodgdon 32, Katahdin 30

At Hodgdon, Holly Quint scored 13 points, including the game-winning basket, as the Hawks prevailed.

Daneille Fitzpatrick scored eight points and captured 13 rebounds, and Lura Griffin rebounded 18 shots.

Lindsay Duffy-Stanley led Katahdin Cougars of Sherman Station with eight points.

Katahdin (1-5) 30

Duffy-Stanley 4-0-8, Me. Libby 2-0-4, Duffy 1-0-2, Mann 2-1-5, Mi. Libby 3-0-6, Willett 2-1-5 Hodgdon (4-1) 32

Fitzpatrick 2-4-8, H. Quint 3-7-13, L. Griffin 3-0-6, S. Quint 1-1-3, Horton 0-2-2, Suitter, Kennedy, P. Griffin, Smith, Tidd, Dwyer

3-pt. goals: none Katahdin 4 13 20 30 Hodgdon 9 12 19 32

Washburn 46, Cen. Aroostook 39

At Mars Hill, Crystal Blakney paced the Washburn Beavers, scoring 19 points in their victory.

Elizabeth Howard scored 10 points for the Beavers.

Jessica Long netted 15 points for Central Aroostook while Gabriel Smith added eight.

Washburn (2-4) 46

McLaughlin 1-2-5, Flanagin 1-2-4, Howard 5-0-10, Maynard 1-0-2, Blakney 6-7-19, Rossignol 3-0-6, Jordan, Vaughn Central Aroostook (5-2) 39

Long 5-5-15, Smith 3-2-8, Pratt 1-1-3, M. Robinson 3-0-6, McCrum 2-0-4, Lundeen 1-0-2, Walsh 0-1-1, Bell, G. Robinson

3-pt. goals: McLaughlin Washburn 7 24 34 46 Central Aroostook 8 20 30 39

JV: Central Aroostook 51-29

Shead 50, Lubec 32

At Eastport, Sara Ricker paced Shead’s victory with 13 points.

Judy Suddy added four 3-point baskets for 12 points.

Sara McConnell led the Lubec Hornets with 13 points.

Lubec (1-5) 32

Seavey 2-0-4, McConnell 4-5-13, Jones 3-0-6, LeSuer 1-0-3, Denbow 2-1-5, Bottorf 0-1-1, H. Farmer, M. Farmer, Newman Shead (2-4) 50

Beaulieu 1-0-2, Camick 2-0-4, C. Lingley 3-0-6, N. Smith 0-2-2, Suddy 4-0-12, Calder 2-1-5, Ricker 5-3-13, Bouchard 1-0-2, R. Lingley 2-0-4, K. Lingley, Green, Preston, H. Smith

3-pt. goals: Suddy 4; Lesuer Lubec 8 14 19 32 Shead 20 31 44 50

Fort Fairfield 40, Van Buren 34

At Fort Fairfield, Jessica Ireland scored 16 points, grabbed 14 rebounds (nine offensive) and made four steals to help Fort Fairfield rally past Van Buren and avenge a 41-40 loss suffered nine days ago.

Ireland had six fourth-quarter points and Lynn Shaw scored all five of her points in the final period as Fort Fairfield outscored Van Buren 20-8.

Kristy Wright scored 10 points for Van Buren.

Van Buren (2-2) 34

Marquis 1-3-5, Wright 4-0-10, Corbin 3-0-6, Parent 2-1-5, L. Gagnon 2-2-6, D. Gagnon 1-0-2 Fort Fairfield (6-1) 40

McCrea 1-1-3, Shaw 2-1-5, Van Der Wende 1-0-2, Butler 1-2-4, Churchill 1-4-6, Cyr 2-0-4, Barnes, Ireland 7-2-16

3-pt. goals: Wright 2 Van Buren 12 19 26 34 Fort Fairfield 6 14 20 40

JV: Van Buren 28-25

Searsport 81, Machias 28

At Searsport, Holly Gracie and Andrea Blanchard combined for 55 points to lead the unbeaten Searsport Vikings to the victory.

Searsport’s half-court press helped the Vikings make 22 steals.

Gracie had 29 points, eight steals, and six assists for Searsport. Blanchard had 26 points and 14 rebounds for the Vikings, whose half-court press helped them make 22 steals.

LeAnn Pritchard led Machias with seven points.

Machias (1-4) 28

Pritchard 2-2-7, Irving 2-2-6, Carter 3-0-6, Phipps 3-0-6, Guptill 1-0-2, Wood, Smith 0-1-1, McDonald, Feeney, Roberts Searsport (5-0) 81

Gracie 10-7-29, Blanchard 8-9-26, Curtis 3-0-6, Smith 3-0-6, Suppes 1-2-4, Plourde 1-0-2, Lavway 1-0-2, Carroll 1-0-2, Herrick 1-0-2, Benjamin 1-0-2, Seekins, Vasilauskas

3-pt. goals: Pritchard; Gracie 2, Blanchard Machias 7 14 25 28 Searsport 16 33 54 81

JV: Searsport 55-10

Sumner 38, Bucksport 29

At East Sullivan, Amber Lane scored 10 of her game-high 14 points in the second half as Sumner outscored Bucksport 22-11 to overcome a two-point halftime deficit.

Jenn Reynolds had nine points for the winners.

Maggie Kropp’s 10 points paced Bucksport.

Bucksport (0-7) 29

Taylor 0-3-3, Boyle 3-0-6, White, Pelletier 0-4-4, Kropp 5-0-10, Pollard 1-0-2, Woodward 0-2-2, Sawyer 0-2-2 Sumner (2-4) 38

Briscoe, Mickel 1-3-5, Thibault, Reynolds 4-1-9, Lane 6-2-14, Young 2-1-5, Boyd 1-0-2, Crowley 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: none Bucksport 8 18 20 29 Sumner 4 16 22 38

JV: Bucksport 34-21

BC Patriots 52, DI-Stonington 25

At Bangor, Lari Sobey finished with a game-high 19 points in the Patriots’ victory over the Mariners.

Sam Ross tossed in nine points for Bangor Christian.

Angela Douglass paced Deer Isle-Stonington with eight points.

DI-Stonington 25

Sobey 8-3-19, Mick 2-1-5, Ross 4-1-9, Moores 2-1-5, Sage 1-0-2, Haverlock 2-0-4, Ossinger 1-0-2, Reitsma 2-0-4, Snow 1-0-2, Johnson Bangor Christian 52

Douglass 4-0-8, Douvarjo 1-3-5, Monteith 0-1-1, Fifield 1-2-4, Gross 1-0-2, McDonnell 1-0-2, Eaton 0-2-2, Wiberg DI-Stonington 2 10 18 25 Bangor Christian 14 29 44 52

Hockey

Win-Dale 5, Presque Isle 4 (OT)

At Presque Isle, Lee St. Hilaire’s third goal of the game, coming with six seconds left in overtime, gave Win-Dale its triumph over Presque Isle.

Bobby Clark assisted on the game-winner, his third assist of the game.

Nick Howard had a goal and two assists for the winners, who hail from Winthrop High and Hall-Dale of Farmingdale. Tim Detriech scored the other goal. Adam St. Onge picked up the win in goal.

Chad Sirois, Andy Beaulieu, Luke Fitzpatrick and Steve Laplante scored for Presque Isle. Fitzpatrick and Beaulieu also had assists along with Joe Flenner, Ryan Stevens and Randy Cyr. Ted Wright manned the net.


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