September 15, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Hunter leads Mustangs to victory over Eagles

THORNDIKE – Freshman guard Lindsey Hunter, all 5-foot-1 of her, ended the first game of her career by scoring a basket off a rebound and hitting two free throws for the last four points in Mount View’s 52-49 schoolgirl basketball win over Camden Hills Tuesday night.

Megan Swanson led the Mustangs with 16 points. Danielle Mayer added 14.

Karinna Russo scored a game-high 17 points for the Windjammers and Lauren Withey had 10.

Camden Hills (4-2) 49

Dailey, Russo 5-4-17, Sommo 3-2-8, Robbins 2-0-4, Wood 1-0-2, Croce, Withey 5-0-10, McIntire 3-0-6, Goodale, Hoffman 1-0-2

Mount View (4-2) 52

Goehringer 0-4-4, Mayer 6-0-14, Hunter 2-2-6, Bernard 2-0-5, Swanson 8-0-16, Drummond, Stevens 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Russo 3; Mayer 2, Bernard

Camden Hills 12 31 41 49

Mount View 10 33 44 52

JV: Camden Hills 57-41

Erskine 58, MCI 46

At Pittsfield, Heather Haskell poured in 27 to lead the Eagles of China to victory.

Donna Cowing added 13 points for the winners.

Amanda Leavitt paced the Maine Central Institute Huskies with 27.

Erskine 58

Levesque 1-0-2, Juslyn 2-1-5, Pushard 1-1-3, Haskell 10-7-27, Nored 0-4-4, Cowing 2-8-13, Angell 1-2-4, Thomas, Lessard, Horak, French

MCI 46

Thompson 1-2-4, Leavitt 12-2-27, George 0-1-1, Luce 4-0-9, Smith 1-0-2, Cummings 1-1-3, Suci, Fitts, M. Lancaster, Derosby, J. Lancaster

3-pt. goals: Cowing; Leavitt and Luce

Visitor scores 14 26 41 58

Home scores 10 23 35 46

GSA 58, DI-Stonington 29

At Deer Isle, the Eagles outscored the Mariners 18-4 in the third quarter while pulling away for the victory.

Michala Bunten paced George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill with 18 points. Bethany Roberts netted 15.

Meghan Wiberg led Deer Isle-Stonington with eight points.

George Stevens Acad. (2-4) 58

Roberts 7-1-15, Bunten 8-2-18, Clapp 1-3-5, Napolitano, Markle 1-0-2, Nellis 1-0-2, Sawyer 1-0-2, Wood 2-1-6, Grindle, Driscoll 1-0-2, Allen

Deer Isle-Stonington (0-5) 29

Thompson 1-0-2, McDonnell 1-1-3, Dunham 1-0-2, Eaton 1-1-3, Hutchinson, Murphy 1-0-2, Gray, Wiberg 3-2-8, Steele 1-0-2, Brewer 3-1-7, Oliver

3-pt. goals: Wood

GSA 13 30 48 58

DI-Stonington 7 19 23 29

BC Patriots 44, Searsport 42

At Searsport, Renee Mick hit two free throws with less than a second left to lift Bangor Christian to the win.

Mick finished with 16 points, including a 6-for-6 effort from the free-throw line. Samantha Ross chipped in with nine points for the Patriots.

Andrea Blanchard led the Vikings with 20 points, six rebounds and five steals. Brittany Smith scored 12 points and Jessica Larrabee grabbed eight rebounds and had five steals.

Bangor Christian (5-1) 44

Mick 5-6-16, Ross 4-0-9, Moores 4-0-8, Reitsma 2-0-4, Miller 1-0-2, Simmons 0-1-1, Haverlock 2-0-4, Seymour

Searsport (4-2) 42

Blanchard 7-3-20, Smith 3-5-12, Larrabee 1-4-6, Curtis 1-1-4, Plourde, Benjamin, Carroll, Vasiliauskas

3-pt. goals: Ross; Blanchard 3, Smith, Curtis

Bangor Christian 13 26 34 44

Searsport 9 20 31 42

Narraguagus 63, Sumner 22

Narraguagus (5-2) 63

B. Howe 8-5-21, Farnsworth 2-0-5, S. Howe 1-0-2, Snider 3-1-7, L. Barbee 4-0-8, Perry 1-0-2, Woodsum 3-1-7, Sawyer 1-2-4, M. Barbee 3-0-6, C. Barbee 0-1-1, Pounder, Tenney

Sumner (0-8) 22

Young 3-4-11, Rulhin 1-0-2, Savoy 1-0-2, Crowely 1-0-3, Briscoe 2-0-4, Bickford, Beattie, Dunbar, Page, Robinson, Philio

3-pt. goals: Farnsworth; Young, Crowely

Narraguagus 15 37 50 63

Sumner 7 13 19 22

Mattanawcook 47, Lee 37

At Lincoln, Katie Head scored 12 points to pace the Lynx.

Cassie Carver and Brandi Rideout each added 10 points for the winners.

Deidra Ham notched 13 points for the Pandas.

Lee (6-2) 37

Mallett 2-0-4, Bird 2-1-5, Harris 1-0-3, Linscott 1-0-2, Ham 6-1-13, Hersom, Cole, Nute 3-2-8, Gifford 1-0-2

Mattanawcook (7-2) 47

Kyes 2-0-5, Rideout 4-1-10, Carver 4-2-10, Gulesian, Kenney, Woodman, Slike, Haines 3-0-6, Vance 2-0-4, Head 6-0-12

3-pt. goals: Harris; Kyes and Rideout

Lee 8 16 26 37

Mattanawcook 15 28 37 47

Hodgdon 56, FF Tigers 53 (2OT)

At Hodgdon, Lura Griffin, Jamie Nightingale, and Chelsea Wilson each scored three points in overtime as the Hawks prevailed.

Griffin finished with 16 points, as did Dana Fitzpatrick.

Ashlie Churchill led Fort Fairfield with a game-high 26 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter as the Tigers rallied from 10 down to tie the Hawks.

Fort Fairfield (5-5) 53

Churchill 5-15-26, M. Butler 4-1-9, Searles 4-1-9, S. Butler 0-5-5, Rugeski 1-1-3, DeMerchant 0-1-1, Enman, Beaulieu, Gardner, Arano

Hodgdon (5-2) 56

D. Fitzpatrick 5-3-16, Griffin 4-8-16, A. Fitzpatrick 3-2-8, Nightingale 2-3-7, Smith 1-0-3, Wilson 0-3-3, Quint 0-2-2, Dwyer 0-1-1, Kennedy, McGary, Sloat, Tidd

3-pt. goals: Churchill; D. Fitzpatrick 3, Smith

Fort Fairfield 8 17 22 47 n/a 53

Hodgdon 6 19 32 47 n/a 56

Woodland 70, Shead 43

At Eastport, Julia Knights poured in 28 points to fuel the Dragons.

Ashley Marble added 18 points for the winners and Jessica Noyes netted 12.

Sara Ricker scored 16 points for Shead of Eastport and Jamie Green added 10.

Woodland (7-2) 70

Marble 6-5-18, Huwa 1-0-2, Leeman 3-2-8, Smith, Brown, Holmes 2-0-4, Noyes 5-1-12, Knights 11-6-28, Vose

Shead (3-3) 43

C. Lingley 2-2-7, Green 5-0-10, Smith 1-0-2, Preston, Davis 1-0-2, Ricker 6-4-16, Beaulieu 3-0-6, Bouchard, S. Lingley

3-pt. goals: S. Lingley; Marble, Noyes

Woodland 18 29 52 70

Shead 8 26 33 43

JV: Washburn 47-46


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