November 21, 2018
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Broncs get defensive, upset PI

PRESQUE ISLE – Justin DiFrederico poured in 20 points, including a 6-for-7 effort from the 3-point arc, to lift Hampden Academy to a big basketball win, 54-39, over the Presque Isle boys Saturday.

Ben Keller added 18 points for the Broncos, including 12 during a second quarter in which Hampden outscored Presque Isle 22-16 to build a 32-23 advantage. The Bronco defense forced 18 turnovers and held the Wildcats to five points in the final period.

Nick Casavant led the Wildcats with 16 points and 12 rebounds.

Hampden (4-6) 54

DiFrederico 7-0-20, Keller 8-2-18, Larson 1-0-2, Dionne 1-0-2, Paoletti, Dalton 1-0-2, Whinery 2-2-6, Thomas 2-0-4

Presque Isle (9-2) 39

Casavant 5-6-16, Graves 0-3-3, James 1-0-2, Saucier 3-0-9, Lockhart, Rideout, Bird 1-5-7, Hall, Fortin 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: DiFrederico 6; Saucier 3

Hampden 10 32 49 54

Presque Isle 7 23 34 39

JV: Presque Isle 78-67

Mattanawcook 75, Corinth 40

At Corinth, Tyler Libby scored 21 points to help lead the Mattanawcook Academy Lynx of Lincoln to the win.

Jon Carney had 15 points and Matt Malone added 10 for the Lynx.

Adam Allen led the Red Devils with nine points.

Mattanawcook (8-5) 75

Libby 10-1-21, Carney 5-5-15, Malone 4-0-10, Hanscom 1-0-2, Gardner, Kyes 2-0-4, LaPlante 4-1-9, Kites, Pete 1-0-2, Cousineau 3-0-8, Greenlaw 2-0-4, Berry, Whitney

Corinth (1-12) 40

A. Allen 4-1-9, Jo. Allen 3-0-6, Loge 1-0-2, S. Strout 2-2-7, Ja. Allen 1-0-2, T. Strout, Kane, Partridge, Gray 1-0-2, Libby 2-1-6, Rollins 1-0-2, M. Strout 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Malone 2, Cousineau 2; S. Strout, Libby

Mattanawcook 17 37 56 75

Central 8 20 28 40

JV: MA 79-56

Nokomis 68, Hermon 43

At Newport, Luke Hayden scored 26 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, and made three steals to lead the host Warriors to victory.

Ryan McLellan had 15 points and six steals while Jody Mullis added 10 points for Nokomis.

Adam Porter led the Hawks with 12 points and Wayne Shaw grabbed 11 rebounds.

Hermon (3-8) 43

Porter 5-2-12, Schacht 0-1-1, Frye 1-0-2, Robinson 1-0-2, McLeod 2-1-5, Ouellette 1-2-4, Watson 0-2-2, Shaw 1-6-8, Shorey, King 1-0-2, Keith 2-0-5

Nokomis (8-2) 68

Hayden 11-4-26, McLellan 6-2-15, Mullis 4-2-10, Estes 2-0-5, Bradstreet, Ellis, Veazie 2-0-5, Buzanoski 1-0-2, Martin 1-0-3, Graves 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Keith; McLellan, Estes, Veazie, Martin

Hermon 10 16 27 43

Nokomis 9 30 48 68

JV: Nokomis 66-61

Shead 59, Highview Christian 18

At Eastport, Danny Marshall tossed in 16 points to propel Shead past Highview Christian of Charleston.

Westley Ellington added nine points and 10 rebounds and Matt Altvater dished out eight assists for the winners.

Devan Philbrook paced Highview Christian with six points.

Highview Christian (1-8) 18

Philbrook 3-0-6, Trask 2-0-5, Kneeland 1-1-3, Cooper 1-0-2, Bishop 1-0-2, Richard, Waite, Frost, Starostin

Shead (7-7) 59

Marshall 6-4-16, Barnard 0-1-1, Maloney 1-0-2, Altvater 3-0-6, Ricker 1-2-4, Curtis 3-0-6, Bones 3-0-7, Ellington 3-2-9, Constant 3-0-8, Demmons, Moores

3-pt. goals: Trask; Constant 2, Bones, Ellington

Highview Christian 2 2 9 18

Shead 21 38 45 59

Ellsworth 57, Houlton 40

At Houlton, the Eagles outscored the Shiretowners 19-7 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win.

John Morse poured in 21 points to lead Ellsworth. Adam Smith chipped in with 12 and Jake King had 10.

Jason Frenette paced Houlton with 14 points and eight rebounds. James Skehan added 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Ellsworth (7-6) 57

King 5-0-10, Mayo 2-0-6, DeWitt 1-0-2, Luchini, Bradford 2-0-6, Smith 4-3-12, Wood, Sawyer, Joh. Morse 7-6-21, Joc. Morse, McMillan

Houlton (6-9) 40

Lenentine, Frenette 6-2-14, Brown, Drake 2-0-5, McCann, E. O’Connell 3-0-6, Lloyd, L. O’Connell 2-1-5, Skehan 4-2-10

3-pt. goals: Mayo 2, Bradford 2, Smith, Joh. Morse; Drake

Ellsworth 12 22 38 57

Houlton 15 26 34 40

JV: Houlton 57-36

BC Patriots 66, Searsport 32

At Husson College in Bangor, Josh Madden led a balanced Bangor Christian attack with 16 points as the Patriots rolled.

Twelve Bangor Christian players scored in the game.

Marcus Quisenberry tallied 10 for the Vikings.

Searsport (1-11) 32

Quisenberry 3-4-10, Manner 3-1-7, Mercier 1-2-5, Garton 1-1-3, A. Lockhart 0-2-2, McFarlin 1-0-2, K. Lockhart 1-0-2, Weaver 0-1-1, Grove, Mercer

Bangor Christian (12-2) 66

Madden 5-3-16, Chrisos 2-2-7, Wilson 3-0-6, Conley 2-0-5, Carey 2-0-4, P. McCleary 1-2-4, Ossinger 2-0-4, Sobey 1-2-4, Cole 0-4-4, D. McCleary 1-2-4, Pinkham 1-1-3, Putnam 1-0-2, Bradford 1-0-2, Patterson

3-pt. goals: Mercier; Madden 3, Chrisos, Conley

Searsport 4 9 20 32

Bangor Christian 18 35 51 66

GSA 69, DI-Stonington 52

At Deer Isle, Duane Ledien tossed in 20 points and Nick Henry added 16 to pace George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

Mark Clapp netted 10 more for the Eagles.

Josh Bolton netted 17 and Chris Gray had 14 for Deer Isle-Stonington.

George Stevens Academy 69

Ledien 7-0-20, Henry 7-2-16, Clapp 3-1-10, Astbury 0-2-2, Friend, Allen 0-3-3, Friedman, Henderson, Saunders 2-2-6, Lowell, Candage 1-0-2, Hutchins 4-1-9

Deer Isle-Stonington 52

Bolton 7-3-17, C. Gray 7-0-14, Wallace 2-2-6, B. Gray 0-1-1, Hardy 2-0-5, Smith 1-4-6, Trundy, Gielarowski 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Ledien 6, Clapp 3; Hardy

George Stevens 15 31 48 69

DI-Stonington 5 13 34 52

JV: GSA 61-47

John Bapst 72, Old Town 66

At the Bangor Auditorium, the Crusaders used a full-court press to help jump-start their offense in the third quarter en route to the win.

Bryan Snyder scored 21 points to lead John Bapst while Zev Myerowitz added 14 points and nine rebounds. Dan Myerowitz contributed 12 points.

Shawn Kenniston nailed seven 3-pointers and scored 29 for the Indians. Ryan Brown notched 12 and Brian Tewhey finished with 11.

Old Town (2-8) 66

Petrie 0-4-4, Kenniston 10-2-29, Tracewski 1-0-2, Tewhey 4-2-11, Miller 3-2-8, Brown 5-2-12

John Bapst (4-7) 72

Jellison 4-0-8, Snyder 9-3-21, Day 2-0-6, Tremble 1-0-2, D. Myerowitz 5-2-12, Z. Myerowitz 6-2-14, Baldus 3-3-9, Connole, Irish

3-pt. goals: Kenniston 7; Day 2

Old Town 17 33 43 66

John Bapst 8 28 46 72

JV: John Bapst 50-43

Girls Baskeball

Nokomis 51, Houlton 34

At Newport, Danielle Clark scored six of her 21 points in the second quarter, when the Warriors pulled away for good, and added 13 rebounds for the host Warriors.

Sara Lowe netted 12 points and Lindsay Welch had 10 for Nokomis.

Sarah Beasley had 15 points and seven rebounds for the Shiretowners.

Houlton (8-4) 34

Beasley 4-7-15, Cleary 2-1-6, Goodrich, Brown 1-0-2, Cole, Lenentine 1-0-2, Socoby 3-3-9, Botting

Nokomis (8-1) 51

Welch 2-5-10, Snow 1-0-2, McKenzie 2-1-6, Murray, Paradis, Merrow, Perry, Lowe 6-0-12, Clark 8-5-21

3-pt. goals: Cleary; Welch, McKenzie

Houlton 7 11 24 34

Nokomis 8 21 39 51

JV: Houlton 32-29

MDI 47, Bangor 45

At Mount Desert, Kara Horton drained a pair of free throws with less than a minute remaining to lift the Trojans over the Rams.

Mount Desert Island led 37-28 at the end of three, but Bangor stormed back behind Erinne Magee’s three 3-pointers to take a one point lead with 1:30 to go.

Shelley Gott led the Trojans with 16 points and 13 rebounds and Horton tallied 11 points. Bracey Barker, a 6-foot-1 guard, added a school-record eight blocked shots.

Magee finished with 15 points and Katherine Miller tossed in 12 for the Rams.

Bangor (6-3) 45

Magee 6-0-15, Miller 5-2-12, Tower 2-2-7, Clarke 1-0-2, McLeod 3-0-6, McCrum 1-1-3, Johnson, Hayden, McAllian, Michaud

Mount Desert Island (13-1) 47

Gott 6-2-16, Horton 4-2-11, Barker 3-1-7, Kane 2-2-6, Willson 1-0-2, Joy 0-1-1, Gordius 2-0-4, Joseph, Norwood

3-pt. goals: Magee 3, Tower; Gott 2, Horton

Bangor 8 19 28 45

Mount Desert Island 17 26 37 47

Old Town 64, John Bapst 41

At the Bangor Auditorium, Sarah Metivier posted 16 points and Kasey Spencer added 13 as Old Town topped John Bapst.

Meghan Sekera led the Crusaders with eight points.

Old Town (4-6) 64

K. Spencer 6-1-13, Greene 3-0-6, Thibodeau 2-0-5, Marquis 1-3-5, D. Spencer 1-1-3, Brown 3-2-8, L. Mitchell 0-2-2, K. Mitchell 1-1-3, Littlefield 0-1-1, Metivier 7-2-16, Kennedy

John Bapst (1-9) 41

Sturgeon 2-2-4, Crotty 3-0-6, Sekera 3-0-8, Miller 1-1-3, Yeo, Andrley 1-0-2, Mitchell-Storer 1-4-7, Hunter 2-0-4, Zitaner, Ryder 0-1-1, Ginn, Picard, Allen 1-1-4

3-pt. goals: Thibodeau; Sekera 2, Mitchell-Storer, Allen

Old Town 20 33 47 64

John Bapst 9 13 23 41

JV: John Bapst 55-34

Presque Isle 47, Hampden 39

At Presque Isle, Melissa Demerchant scored seven of her eight points in the fourth quarter and Autumn Tuttle connected on five of six free throws in that stanza as the Wildcats got by the Broncos.

Tuttle topped all scorers with 16 points while Billi Blanchard connected for 15 for Presque Isle.

Megan Magoon had 16 points to lead Hampden Academy while Emmy Russell tossed in 12.

Hampden Academy (9-2) 39

Caron 2-0-6, Magoon 6-2-16, Campbell 0-1-1, Russell 5-2-12, Ireland 1-0-2, hessert 0-2-2, Wilson Bragg, Robertson, Spaulding

Presque Isle (6-4) 47

Delong 1-0-2, McKenna 1-0-2, Condon 1-0-2, Demerchant 2-4-8, McHatten 1-0-2, Blanchard 6-3-15, Tuttle 3-10-16

3-pt. goals: Caron, Magoon

Hampden 11 18 27 39

Presque Isle 11 27 30 47

JV: Hampden 42-24

Caribou 38, Orono 35

At Caribou, senior guard Jessica Cyr scored nine of her 19 points in the fourth period to lift the Vikings over Orono. Caribou had trailed by three at the end of the third.

For the Red Riots, Molly Dupere connected on six 3-pointers for 18 points.

Orono (6-5) 35

Glencross, See 3-2-8, Dupere 6-0-18, Reed, Gray, Wagner 2-3-7, Saucier 1-0-2

Caribou (5-7) 38

Bouchard, Harrigan, Cyr 7-2-19, Vincent 4-0-8, Burlock 1-0-2, Drew 1-3-5, Selander 2-0-4, Collins

3-pt. goals: Dupere 6; Cyr 3

Orono 9 11 29 35

Caribou 7 17 26 38

JV: Caribou 45-22

Stearns 59, PVHS 32

At Howland, Jennifer Raymond scored 14 of her game-high 25 points as the Minutemen outscored the Howlers 24-6 in the third quarter to break the game open.

Leslie Osborne scored 15 points for Stearns of Millinocket.

Meagan Cyr led the way for Penobscot Valley with 18 points.

Stearns 59

K. Nason 3-1-7, Fitzgerald 1-0-2, J. Osborne 0-2-2, McKenzie, Boynton 3-0-6, J. Nason, L. Osborne 5-2-13, Achorn 2-0-4, Michaud, Raymond 12-1-25, Legassey

Penobscot Valley 32

Drost, Colbath, Cyr 8-1-18, Trafton 3-0-6, McGinn 1-1-3, Batchelder, Garland, Young 1-0-2, Hallett 1-1-3, Foster, Snape, Brown

3-pt. goals: L. Osborne; Cyr

Stearns 11 20 44 59

Penobscot Valley 6 15 21 32

Ellsworth 44, Bucksport 34

At Ellsworth, Jodie Merchant hit three 3-pointers on her way to a team-high 15 points to pace the Eagles.

Ashley Oleson scored 12 points and pulled down nine rebounds for Ellsworth.

Bucksport’s Jessica Taylor led all scorers with 21 points.

Bucksport (2-10) 34

Richards 1-0-2, Andrews 1-0-2, Craig, Gordon 2-0-4, Taylor 9-1-21, Carter 2-1-5

Ellsworth (7-6) 44

Eaton, Chan 1-0-3, Silsby 2-0-4, Kimball, Patten, Collins, Merchant 6-0-15, Pelletier 2-0-4, Bickford 0-2-2, Oleson 6-0-12, Page 1-2-4, Tripp

3-pt. goals: Taylor; Chan, Merchant 3

Bucksport 7 18 28 34

Ellsworth 13 21 33 44

JV: Ellsworth 52-12

Hockey

Hampden 4, Messalonskee 1

At Sukee Arena in Winslow, Greg Taylor racked up two goals and an assist as Hampden stopped Messalonskee of Oakland.

Greg Brown chipped in with a goal and an assist, Adam Standley added a goal, and Mike Brooks, Pat Bailey and Colin Ingram logged an assist apiece. Garrett MacGowen turned away 13 of 14 shots for the 6-5 Broncos.

For 0-10 Messalonskee, Adam Carton scored on a pass from Anthony Kadnor. Ben Conti tallied 22 saves on 26 shots.

Gardiner 9, Old Town 2

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Kevin McKay scored three goals and assisted on two to propel the Tigers to victory.

Ben Kramer provided two goals and an assist, while Ben Brown and Justin Stangel notched a goal and an assist for Gardiner. Ken Jackson and Justin Labourdais added one goal each.

Spencer Lahaie made eight saves on 10 shots.

Josh Fournier and Meghan King scored the goals for Old Town, with Nick St. Louis adding an assist. J.P. Stowe piled up 52 saves on 61 shots for the Indians.

Bangor 1, John Bapst 0

At Sawyer Arena in Bangor, Kyle Baker fired in a goal at the 7:16 mark of the second period to boost Bangor by John Bapst.

John Huhn and Ben Payson assisted Baker’s score. Dominic Dinardo stopped all 22 shots he faced for the 4-5-1 Rams.

Dan Leighton made 21 saves on 22 shots for the 7-5 Crusaders.

Orono 12, Kents Hill 3

At Alfond Sports Complex in Readfield, Mike Merritt scored five goals while Will Toner added two plus three assists as the unbeaten Red Riots stayed that way and outshot Kents Hill 47-14.

Nick Dwyer scored two goals and Pat Skall had a goal and four assists for the 11-0 Red Riots. Paul Pangburn had a goal and an assist, and Brano Srnka had one goal. Casey Hale saved 11 of 14 shots.

For the 2-5 Huskies, D.J. McNaulton, Justin Manchuck, and Dan Murphy each scored a goal. Travis Hall assisted on two goals and Mike Whynott had 35 saves.


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