March 26, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Limestone rallies to win Hardwick sparks comeback

LIMESTONE – The Limestone Eagles overcame an 11-point fourth quarter deficit to get a 68-65 win over the Washburn Beavers in schoolboy basketball action Tuesday night.

Steve Hardwick scored 10 of his team-high 18 points in the final quarter. Josh Knoll had 13 points and hauled down 16 rebounds while Josh Stackhouse scored 11 points and Lucien Langlais added 10 for Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Darren Pesut topped all scorers with 20 points. Taylor Bagley had 11 and Jesse Maynard chipped in with 10 for Washburn.

Washburn (1-1) 65

Worsley 0-2-2, Bagley 5-0-11, Carter 4-0-8, C. Pesute 1-1-3, D. Pesute 8-4-20, Thompson 3-0-7, Maynard 4-2-10, Milton 2-0-4

Limestone (1-1) 68

Tamburello 1-1-3, Langlais 2-5-10, Hardwick 7-4-18, Knoll 6-1-13, Stackhouse 5-1-11, Poisson 2-1-5, Cote 3-1-8

3-pt. goals: Cote, Langlais

Washburn 22 44 57 65

Limestone 7 28 46 68

JV: Washburn 46-15

Calais 84, Houlton 48

At Calais, Joe Footer scored 33 points to lead the Blue Devils to the win.

Andy Frost scored 17 for Calais while Chris Woodside contributed with 12.

Jason Frenette was Houlton’s top scorer with 12 points.

Houlton (0-1) 48

Lenentine 1-0-2, Frenette 6-0-12, Brown 3-0-9, Leif O’Connell 1-2-4, Lars O’Connell 2-3-8, E. O’Connell 1-0-2, Drake 1-3-6, York 1-0-2, Lloyd 1-0-2, Skehan 0-1-1

Calais (3-0) 84

Frost 8-1-17, Woodside 5-2-12, Footer 13-7-33, Pelletier 1-2-4, Morrel 0-2-2, Provencher 2-0-4, Lloyd 1-0-2, McLean 4-1-9, LaPOinte 1-0-2, Demolet

3-pt. goals: Brown, Leif O’Connell, Lars O’Connell, Drake

Houlton 2 18 33 48

Calais 30 51 65 84

Hodgdon 81, Fort Fairfield 32

At Fort Fairfield, Tyler Putnam scored 21 points and Chris Blanchette added 16 to help the Hawks soar past the Tigers.

Matt Day added 12 points for the winners.

Aaron Kenneson paced the Tigers with 14 points.

Hodgdon (2-0) 81

Putnam 9-2-21, Blanchette 6-4-16, Day 6-0-12, Hogan 2-0-4, Williams, Hovey, Condon 1-0-2, Hanning 1-0-2, Sanford 0-1-1, Griffin 4-0-8, Lilley 2-0-4, Prescott 2-0-4, Figurio 1-0-2

Fort Fairfield (1-1) 32

Kenneson 7-0-14, Levesque, Cunningham, LeVasseur 2-0-4, Clark 1-0-2, Helstrom, McLaughlin 2-2-6, Dorsey 0-1-1, Esancy 1-2-4, Bernaiche 0-1-1, King

3-pt. goals: Putnam

Hodgdon 20 41 63 81

Fort Fairfield 10 14 22 32

JV: Hodgdon 59-46

Southern Aroostook 69, Easton 45

At Dyer Brook, Corey Shields scored 15 of his 24 points in the first quarter, when the Warriors raced to a 25-6 lead.

Griffin Hardy chipped in with 16 points for the winners and Lucas Nadeau added 10.

Brandon Carlow paced Easton with 15 points and James Desmond and Danny Warren each put in eight.

Easton (1-1) 45

Osgood 1-5-7, Perry 1-0-2, Desmond 2-4-8, McMann 0-2-2, Warren 2-4-8, Fuller 1-0-2, Carlow 5-2-15, Bradley 0-1-1, Tompkins, Marquis

Southern Aroostook (1-1) 69

Shields 11-2-24, Edkins 2-2-6, Hardy 7-2-16, McCluskey 4-0-9, Caswell 1-1-3, Grant 0-1-1, L. Nadeau 5-0-10, Hersey, Hartin, Boutilier, J. Nadeau, Philibert, Lane

3-pt. goals: Carlow; McCluskey

Easton 6 14 23 45

Southern Aroostook 25 37 54 69

JV: Southern Aroostook 50-32

Narraguagus 91, Lubec 65

At Lubec, Mike Beal, Brandon Emerson and Jamie Bailey each scored 13 points to help give Narraguagus the win.

Darren Frasier contributed with 11 points for the Knights.

Jesse Blake had 20 points for Lubec while Jordan Hall added 14.

Narraguagus 91

Frasier 5-0-11, Beal 6-1-13, Emerson 3-6-13, Bailey 5-3-13, L. Shaw 3-1-7, Knepp 4-0-8, Stuldos 2-1-5, Shinn 2-0-4, T. Shaw 1-0-2, Farren 3-0-6, Rossi 2-0-4, McLaughlin 1-2-4

Lubec (1-2) 65

Blake 9-1-20, Hall 7-2-14, Feltner 4-0-8, Mallar 3-0-6, Buehner 3-2-8, Lyon 1-3-6, Gross, Jones, Marston

3-pt. goals: Frasier, Emerson; Blake, Hall, Lyons

Narraguagus 17 50 70 91

Lubec 12 22 39 65

JV: Narraguagus 64-46

CAHS 72, Wisdom 36

At Mars Hill, Lance Bradstreet scored 16 points and Dan Codrey added 14 to lead the host Central Aroostook Panthers past Wisdom of St. Agatha.

Todd Thibeault scored 15 points and Aaron Gervais added 12 for the Pioneers.

Wisdom (0-2) 36

An. Gervais 2-3-7, Lugdon, Paradis, Aa. Gervais 6-0-12, Pelletier, To. Thibeault 5-5-15, B. Thibeault 1-0-2, Ty. Thibeault

Central Aroostook (2-0) 72

Bradstreet 5-6-16, Codrey 7-0-14, Woodworth 2-0-5, Clockedile 1-1-4, Wiggins 4-1-9, Clark, Grew 4-0-9, Tapley 1-0-2, Collins 2-0-4, Grivois, Kilcollins 2-5-9

3-pt. goals: Woodworth, Grew

Wisdom 4 11 21 36

Central Aroostook 21 33 55 72

JV: Central Aroostook 61-21

East Grand 82, Woodland 61

At Woodland, Richard Byers had 28 points and 20 rebounds to lead the East Grand Vikings of Danforth past Woodland.

James Godley added 21 for the Vikings.

Chad Pike scored 15 for the Dragons.

East Grand (1-0) 82

Byers 12-4-28, Godley 9-2-21, Faulkner 4-0-8, Zugelder 3-0-6, Shain 2-0-4, Irish 1-0-2, Gray, Preston, Scott, Hannington 2-0-4, Mortland 4-1-9

Woodland (1-1) 61

Worster 3-0-7, Potter 1-0-2, Pike 5-3-15, Smith 3-0-7, Nicholson 2-0-4, Sabattus 2-1-5, Kochendoerfer 2-1-5, Engroff, Kesel 4-1-9, McLoubrey 1-1-3, Tupper, Townsend 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Godley; Worster, Pike 2, Smith

East Grand 22 45 70 82

Woodland 19 32 40 61

JV: East Grand 57-54

Foxcroft Academy 53, Central 50

At Corinth, Matt Carey scored 21 points to help Foxcroft Academy snap a 20-game losing streak stretching back to the 1999-2000 season.

Dan White chipped in with 17 as the Ponies notched the first varsity win for any of the players on the current roster. The Ponies went 7-for-11 from the line to salt away the victory.

Mike Rollins and Jason Allen each scored 12 points for the Red Devils.

Foxcroft Academy (1-1) 53

Carey 6-7-21, White 7-3-17, Robinson 3-0-7, Withee 1-2-4, Lizotte 1-0-2, Imbert, Kennedy, Hall 1-0-2, Robertson

Central (0-2) 50

Rollins 5-2-12, Ja. Allen 5-2-12, Jo. Allen 3-0-7, Logue 1-0-2, S. Strout, Kane 2-2-6, A. Allen 1-1-3, B. Allen, Partridge, Gray, Libby 3-0-8, M. Strout

3-pt. goals: Carey 2, Robinson; Jo. Allen, Libby 2

Foxcroft Academy 14 25 38 53

Central 15 26 37 50

JV: Foxcroft 49-48

Hermon 65, Penquis 40

At Milo, Brandon Robinson scored six of his 10 points in the second quarter as the Hawks turned a three-point edge into a 13-point halftime lead.

Joey Schacht and Alan Porter topped the Hawks’ scoring with 14 points apiece.

Chet Gillis topped the Patriots with 10 points.

Hermon (2-0) 65

Cayford, Schacht 7-0-14, Frye, Robinson 5-0-10, McLeod 3-0-6, Ouellette 3-1-7, Watson 0-3-3, Shaw 2-2-7, Porter 6-2-14, King 0-1-1, Keith 1-1-3

Penquis (1-1) 40

Jo. Allen 2-0-5, Hamlin, Chase, Joyce 1-0-2, Ju. Allen 1-0-2, Kissell 2-1-6, Simonian 1-0-2, Wooten, Gillis 4-2-10, Grindle, Perkins 3-1-7, McKenzie 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Shaw; Jo. Allen, Kissell

Hermon 16 35 53 65

Penquis 13 22 28 40

JV: Hermon 41-27

Camden Hills 48, Winslow 46

At Rockport, Tyler Warren scored eight points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Camden Hills to help them keep the lead.

Troy Gabriele added nine points for the Windjammers.

Micah Grand had 17 points for Winslow while Adam Haskell chipped in with 13.

Winslow (1-1) 46

LaPointe 1-0-3, LaBrie 0-1-1, Hughes 0-6-6, Grant 6-5-17, Boutin 2-2-6, Haskell 5-3-13, Peters, Helberg, Lopez

Camden Hills (2-0) 48

Crupi 1-2-5, May 2-2-7, Gabriele 3-0-9, Moro 2-0-4, T. Stammen 0-2-2, Warren 3-2-8, Fitzgerald 1-0-3, G. Stammen 2-0-6, Dennen 2-0-4, Davis, O’Brien, Lippman, Massey

3-pt. goals: LaPointe; Gabriele 3, G. Stammen 2, Fitzgerald, May, Crupi

Winslow 3 15 29 46

Camden Hills 7 27 41 48

Dexter 81, Sumner 64

At Dexter, Travis Patterson scored 45 points – just four shy of the school record for a game – to help the Dexter Tigers pull away from their namesakes from East Sullivan in the second half.

Dustin Paige scored 18 points for Dexter. Patterson hurt his ankle, but was all right after the game.

Jamey Polk led Sumner with 25 points. Justin Winslow and Ricky Sprague each scored 14.

Sumner (1-1) 64

Polk 10-4-25, Winslow 5-4-14, Sprague 4-2-14, Phinney 2-2-7, Johnson, Alley 1-0-2, Joy, Huber, Bickford, Jordan 0-1-1, Walden 0-1-1

Dexter (2-0) 81

Patterson 15-3-41, Paige 8-2-18, Martin, Towle, Cooley 0-2-2, Hersey 2-2-6, Mountain 3-0-6, Belair, Desrosier, Vafiades, Kinney

3-pt. goals: Polk, Sprague 4, Phinney; Patterson 8

Sumner 17 39 54 64

Dexter 16 41 61 81

JV: Dexter 54-44

Ice hockey

John Bapst 3, Houlton-Hodgdon 1

At Millar Arena in Houlton, Zach Means scored two goals and assisted on the third to pace the Crusaders from Bangor.

John Motta added a goal and an assist for 1-1 Bapst, Brandon Cassette had a goal, Colby Terrault had two assists, and Kyle Maynard one. Dan Leighton made 26 saves in net on 27 shots.

Dave Carmichael tallied for the 0-2 Black Hawks with an assist from Ben Carton. Ryan Blanchette made 12 saves on 15 shots.

Girls basketball

Central 58, Foxcroft 24

At Dover-Foxcroft, Katie Ahearn and Jenny Rollins led the Red Devils of Corinth with 18 and 17 points, respectively.

Leigh Cartwright topped the Ponies with seven points, and Megan Dow pulled down 13 rebounds.

Central (1-1) 58

Collins 2-0-4, Davis 2-1-5, Rollins 6-5-17, Harvey 1-0-2, Daniel 2-1-5, Bell 2-0-4, Ahearn 8-2-18, Lyford, Parker 1-1-3, Underhill

Foxcroft (0-2) 24

Snow 1-0-2, Haskell, Cartwright 2-3-7, Stone, Hall 1-0-2, Curry 0-2-2, Jackins 1-0-2, Champeon 1-0-2, Dow 1-2-4, Ryder, Goggin 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: none

Central 10 30 44 58

Foxcroft 7 11 16 24

JV: Foxcroft 33-24

Penquis 64, Hermon 51

At Hermon, Lindsay Hamlin netted 25 points for Penquis, helping them to the win.

Megan Russell added 19 points for the Patriots while Jean Hamlin had 10.

Ashley Hichborn had 12 points for Hermon while Jessie Wiggin and Rachel Jenkins each scored 11 for the Hawks.

Penquis (2-0) 64

Russell 6-7-19, L. Hamlin 10-4-25, J. Hamlin 4-2-10, Allen 3-0-7, Morill 1-0-2, Gerrish 0-1-1, Dolley, D. Hamlin, Madden, K. Hamlin, Comeau, Cobb, Hussey

Hermon (0-2) 51

J. Wiggin 3-4-11, Hichborn 3-4-12, Jenkins 3-5-11, Garland 1-0-2, Dobbins 1-5-7, Reynolds 0-1-1, S. Wiggin 3-1-7, Hall, Nightengale, Macdonald, Hills

3-pt. goals: L. Hamlin, Allen; Hichborn 2, Wiggin 1

Penquis 14 26 46 64

Hermon 13 27 33 51

JV: Hermon 42-40


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