May 26, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Ellsworth’s DeWitt snaps Luchini’s record in 800

ORONO – Ellsworth senior Steve DeWitt set the Penobscot Valley Conference Eastern Maine Indoor Track League record over 800 meters, running 1 minute, 56.42 seconds Saturday during a meet at the UMaine field house.

DeWitt bettered former Ellsworth star and current Stanford All-American Louie Luchini’s 1:57.22, set in 1999.

Brewer’s Danielle Lainez tied the pole vault record of 10 feet, set last week by Chantelle Haggerty of Hermon.

Hockey

Foxcroft 4, Messalonskee 3

At Sawyer Arena in Bangor, Brandon Johnson fired in a goal with 11:32 remaining in the third period to boost Foxcroft over Messalonskee of Oakland. Johnson was assisted by Corey Beaulieu and Derek Smith.

Smith contributed a pair of goals and Johnson also had an assist. Ryan McNulty scored a goal, Beaulieu finished with three assists, and Hunter Wilbur and Seth Gabarro notched an assist each as the Ponies improved to 2-10. Dan Perkins stopped 29 of 32 shots.

For 1-11 Messalonskee, Justin Caron recorded two goals and an assist. Richie Mason added a goal and an assist and Luke McPartlin dished out an assist. Ben Conti turned back 27 of 31 shots.

Brewer 10, Westbrook 1

At T.J. Ryan Arena in Brewer, Josh Caldwell logged three goals and two assists as Brewer cruised.

Jeremiah Richter contributed two goals and an assist, Robbie Hayes and Josh Kochis added a goal and two assists each, and Matt Grimes recorded a goal and an assist for the 7-5 Witches.

Will Prescott and A.J. Hayes aided the Brewer cause with a goal apiece and Tony Lorenz, Andy Pooler, Kevin Kotredes, and Jake Richter all had an assist. Justin Boober and Spencer Dunbar combined for 12 saves on 13 shots.

For 1-11 Westbrook, John Lister converted a pass from Dave Celeste. Andrew Shaw turned away 26 of 36 shots.

Boys basketball

Bangor 47, Caribou 38

At Caribou, Zak Ray pumped in 14 points and Buddy Nickerson scored 10 as Bangor pulled away from Caribou.

Joel Griffeth poured in 20 points for the Vikings.

Bangor (9-2) 47

Achorn, Ray 2-10-14, Gallant 0-2-2, Bombardier 1-3-5, Nickerson 3-2-10, Civiello, Flynn 3-0-6, Guerette 3-0-6, Shain 2-0-4

Caribou (7-7) 38

Griffin, Levasseur, Nadeau 1-0-3, Nason, Chasse 2-2-6, Griffeth 7-6-20, Cyr, Peterson, Beaulieu 0-2-2, Giles 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: Nickerson 2; Nadeau

Bangor 9 18 33 47

Caribou 8 15 27 38

JV: Bangor 73-24

Fort Kent 65, Foxcroft 62

At Fort Kent, trailing 30-16, the Warriors went on an 11-0 run to end the second quarter and then outscored the Ponies 22-10 in the third quarter to take control of the game.

Dustin Nadeau led the Warriors with 21 points, including four 3-pointers and nine of 10 from the free throw line. Corey Bourgoin added 20 points and Nick Thibodeau tossed in 14. Fort Kent was 27 of 36 from the free throw line.

Danny White topped all scorers with 32 points, including five 3-pointers, for Foxcroft Academy while Josh Withee contributed 10.

Foxcroft Academy (5-9) 62

Robinson 1-0-2, Withee 2-4-10, White 10-7-32, Lizotte, Imbert 2-0-4, Kennedy 1-1-3, Carey 3-1-9, Hall 1-0-2

Fort Kent (4-11) 65

Pelletier, Duval 1-0-2, Nadeau 4-9-21, Wood, Lamarr 3-2-8, Thibodeau 4-6-14, Bourgoin 5-10-20, Rossignol

3-pt. goals: White 5, Carey 2, Withee 2; Nadeau 4

Foxcroft 19 30 40 62

Fort Kent 13 27 49 65

Sumner 81, Dexter 67

At East Sullivan, Jamey Polk and Dylan Johnson combined for 22 points in the second quarter as Sumner rallied to upset Dexter.

Polk poured in a game-high 39 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Johnson finished with 13 points. Justin Winslow scored 15 and pulled down nine rebounds.

Travis Patterson popped in 35 points for Dexter. Dustin Paige added 15 points.

Dexter (11-4) 67

Patterson 16-1-35, Cooley 2-2-6, Hersey, Russell 0-1-1, Mountain 0-1-1, Belair 0-1-1, Vafiades 0-2-2, Paige 6-3-15, Poach 2-2-6

Sumner (7-9) 81

Sprague, Johnson 5-0-13, Polk 14-7-39, Huber 4-0-9, Jordan 0-1-1, Winslow 6-3-15, Walden 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Patterson 2; Polk 4, Johnson 3, Huber

Dexter 18 37 50 67

Sumner 15 42 61 81

JV: Dexter 66-56

Highview Ch. 46, North Haven 34

At Eastern Maine Technical College in Bangor, Devan Philbrick tossed in 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds to pace the Knights in the win.

Anthony Kneeland chipped in with 13 points for Highview Christian of Charleston. Adam Cooper added nine points and 10 rebounds.

Ryan Lantange scored 11 points to lead the Hawks.

North Haven (1-13) 34

Davison 2-0-4, Beverage, Lantange 3-5-11, Thayer 2-0-4, Brown 1-5-7, Barrett 1-0-2, Curtis 2-2-6

Highview Christian (3-8) 46

Frost, Cooper 3-3-9, Waite, Kneeland 4-3-13, Bishop 1-1-3, Philbrick 8-3-19, Richard 1-0-2, Starostin, Trask

3-pt. goals: Kneeland 2

North Haven 8 18 21 34

Highview Christian 14 19 36 46

Piscataquis 69, PHVS Howlers 58

At Howland, Keith Dawson fired in 22 points as Piscataquis of Guilford topped Penobscot Valley.

Kyle Pulkkinen added 12 points and Dustin Carson and Harper Hoffman scored 11 apiece for the Pirates.

Brad Harris and Matt Mulligan led the Howlers with 18 each. Morgan Doyon contributed 10 points.

Piscataquis (13-1) 69

Dawson 9-2-22, Carson 4-3-11, Pulkkinen 5-1-12, Hoffman 2-7-11, Smith 4-1-9, Tracy 1-1-3, White 0-1-1, Josh Luellen, John Luellen, Davis, Prescott, Watson, Garrett-Young

Penobscot Valley (5-9) 58

Harris 7-4-18, Mulligan 8-1-18, Cummings 2-0-4, Slowikowski 1-2-4, Pelkey 0-2-2, Thompson, Doyon 4-2-10, Clukey 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Dawson 2, Pulkkinen; Mulligan

Piscataquis 18 35 56 69

Penobscot Valley 15 30 46 58

JV: Piscataquis 64-42

Rockland 76, Lincoln Acad. 73

At Rockland, Casey Brown scored eight of his 13 points in the fourth quarter to help lead the Tigers past the Eagles of Newcastle.

Todd Curtis paced the winners with 22 points and 11 rebounds while Wade Oliver and Jake LaBree each chipped in with 10.

Richie Powell scored 25 points to lead the Eagles while Deric Verney and Ben Maynard each put in 14. Kyle Benner added 13.

Lincoln Academy (7-8) 73

Harrington 0-3-3, Carter 1-2-4, Verney 3-7-14, Benner 4-1-13, Maynard 6-1-14, Powell 8-4-25, Brown, Rainey

Rockland (8-7) 76

Oliver 3-2-10, Worster 2-1-6, Curtis 9-4-22, LaBree 3-3-10, Baker 1-1-4, Kenniston 1-0-2, Brown 3-7-13, Ross 2-0-5, Widdecomb 1-0-2, Creamer 1-0-2, Williams

3-pt. goals: Verney, Benner 4, Maynard, Powell 5; Oliver 2, Worster, LaBree, Baker, Ross

Lincoln Academy 9 32 50 73

Rockland 18 36 53 76

JV: Lincoln Academy 66-64

Deer Isle-Stonington 62, Shead 58

At Eastport, Josh Bolton poured in 32 points to lift Deer Isle-Stonington to the victory.

Bennett Gray scored six of his nine points in the fourth quarter to help the Mariners hold off the Tigers.

For Shead, Ben Toney recorded 22 points and 11 rebounds and Darin Constant tossed in 17 points, including five 3-pointers. Ben Maloney had eight rebounds and 10 assists.

Deer Isle-Stonington (5-9) 62

Bolton 11-8-32, B. Gray 4-1-9, Gross 3-1-7, Wallace 2-0-4, Smith 2-0-4, Gielarowski 1-0-2, C. Gray 0-1-1, Hardy

Shead (7-9) 58

Toney 11-0-22, Constant 6-0-17, Maloney 3-2-8, Bones 2-1-6, Curtis 2-0-4, Demmons 0-1-1, Altvater

3-pt. goals: Bolton 2; Constant 5, Bones

Deer Isle-Stonington 18 31 47 62

Shead 9 27 42 58

Nokomis 44, Presque Isle 34

At Newport, back-to-back 3-pointers by Ryan McLellan and Justin Veazie with two minutes left gave the host Warriors the lead for good as Nokomis avenged an earlier loss to the Wildcats.

Ryan McLellan scored 13 points and Luke Hayden had 11 plus two key blocks in the second half for the Warriors.

Nick Casavant had 14 points and eight rebounds. Fred Bird had 10 points.

Presque Isle (10-3) 34

Casavant 4-6-14, Bird 4-0-10, Graves 1-0-2, James, Saucier, Lockhart, Hall

Nokomis (10-2) 44

R. McLellan 4-1-13, Hayden4-3-11, Mullis 3-2-8, Veazie 2-2-8, Estes 0-4-4, Martin, J. McLellan

3-pt. goals: Bird 2; R. McLellan 4, Veazie 2

Presque Isle 7 17 25 34

Nokomis 7 18 26 44

JV: Nokomis 81-71

Mattanawcook 69, Penquis 50

At Lincoln, Jon Carney and Tyler Libbey led the Mattanawcook Academy Lynx to the win with 16 and 15 points, respectively. They also each grabbed nine boards.

Andrew Kites scored 11 points for the Lynx.

Jordan Allen led Penquis of Milo with 11 points while Steve Kissell chipped in with 10.

Penquis (5-10) 50

Jo. Allen 3-2-11, Kissell 3-3-10, Hamlin 2-0-4, Chase 2-0-5, Joyce 2-0-4, Ju. Allen 3-0-6, Simonian, Wooten 1-0-2, Gillis, Grindle 1-0-2, Perkins 1-0-2, McKenzie 2-0-4

Mattanawcook (10-5) 69

Hanscom, Gardner 0-1-1, Kyes 1-1-3, LaPlante 4-0-8, Kites 4-3-11, Pete 1-2-4, Cousineau 1-0-3, Greenlaw 2-0-4, Berry, Malone 2-0-4, Whitney, Libbey 7-1-15, Carney 8-0-16

3-pt. goals: Jo. Allen 2, Kissell, Chase; Cousineau

Penquis 10 21 25 50

Mattanawcook 16 35 59 69

JV: Mattanawcook 69-36

Girls basketball

Fort Kent 59, Foxcroft 37

At Fort Kent, McKenzie Boucher scored 15 points to lead the Warriors past the Ponies.

Casey Snow led Foxcroft Academy with 14 points.

Foxcroft Academy (4-11) 37

Snow 6-0-14, Haskell 3-0-6, Cartwright, Stone, Hall 1-0-2, Curry, Jackins 2-1-5, Dow 1-0-2, Ryder 1-0-2, Goggin 2-0-6

Fort Kent (4-11) 59

Labbe 3-0-7, Nadeau 2-0-6, Cyr 2-0-4, Pelletier, Minzy 1-5-7, Desjardins 2-2-6, Daigle 0-1-1, Morneault 3-0-6, Kelly 0-2-2, Saucier 2-1-5, Boucher 6-3-15, Hartman

3-pt. goals: Goggin 2, Snow 2; Nadeau 2, Labbe

Foxcroft 6 14 25 37

Fort Kent 14 30 42 59

Nokomis 47, Presque Isle 41

At Newport, Danielle Clark poured in 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help Nokomis hold off Presque Isle.

Michelle Murray contributed 11 points for the Warriors.

Billi Blanchard paced the Wildcats with 19 points. Autumn Tuttle tossed in 10 points and Melissa Demerchant recorded nine rebounds.

Presque Isle (7-4) 41

DeLong 1-0-2, McKenna, Condon, Demerchant 4-0-8, McHatten 0-2-2, Blanchard 5-8-19, Tuttle 4-1-10

Nokomis (10-2) 47

Welsh 2-2-8, Murray 4-0-11, Snow 2-0-4, MacKenzie, Paradis, Merrow, Lowe, Clark 8-8-24

3-pt. goals: Blanchard, Tuttle; Murray 3, Welsh 2

Presque Isle 12 23 34 41

Nokomis 19 29 40 47

JV: Nokomis 36-32

Bangor 57, Caribou 28

At Caribou, Katherine Miller tossed in 14 points and Erinne Magee netted 11 as Bangor rolled.

Jessica Cyr sparked Caribou with 12 points.

Bangor (8-3) 57

Magee 5-0-11, Tower 1-1-3, Clarke 1-1-3, McLeod 1-0-2, Miller 4-6-14, McCrum 0-1-1, Russell, Johnson 2-2-8, Hayden 1-2-4, Woodcock, Robertson 1-0-2, McAllian 1-6-8, Chase 0-1-1

Caribou (6-8) 28

Bouchard 1-0-2, Harrigan, Ouellette 2-1-5, Cyr 5-0-12, Vincent 0-1-1, Burlock 2-0-4, Drew 1-0-2, Willey, Celander 1-0-2, Collins, Walker

3-pt. goals: Johnson 2, Magee; Cyr 2

Bangor 16 27 42 57

Caribou 2 12 20 28

North Haven 54, Highview 22

At Eastern Maine Technical College in Bangor, Liz Lovell and Mandy Lantagne tossed in 13 points apiece as North Haven topped Highview Christian of Charleston.

Linda Pereirra posted 10 points and 10 rebounds for Highview Christian.

North Haven (12-2) 54

Lane, Davisson 1-0-2, M. Beverage, Lovell 6-1-13, Barrett 4-0-8, Ap. Brown 3-0-6, C. Beverage, G. Beverage 1-0-2, Al. Brown, Lantagne 6-1-13, Curtis 4-0-8, Adams, Merres 1-0-2

Highview Christian (2-10) 22

Plourde, Scott 0-1-1, Day, Lewis 3-0-8, Long, Cary 1-0-2, Pereirra 5-0-10, Crooker 0-1-1, Cooper

3-pt. goals: Lewis 2

North Haven 22 34 48 54

Highview Christian 6 12 20 22

Belfast 57, Maranacook 55

At Readfield, Kate Ross hit a 3-pointer with 1:13 left and sank two free throws in the final minute as the Lions edged the Black Bears for a point-worthy win.

Ashley Bryant, who also made a free throw down the stretch, scored 15 points as Belfast avenged an earlier loss to Maranacook. Joanna Mehuren contributed 13 points.

Kasie Mason scored a game-high 17 points for the Bears. Toby Martin added 14 points. Erica Brennan and Christine Bardaglia had 10 each.

Belfast (9-6) 57

Crandall 1-0-2, A. Bryant 6-2-15, L. Bryant 1-1-3, Groening 1-0-2, Brown, Ross 3-2-9, Murphy 4-0-8, Bailey 2-1-5, Mehuren 6-1-13

Maranacook (10-5) 55

Hansen, Mason 7-3-17, Denbow, Bardaglia 5-0-10, Edwards 1-0-2, Pruitt 1-0-2, Martin 5-4-14, Leary, Brennan 5-0-10

3-pt. goals: A. Bryant, Ross

Belfast 15 31 43 57

Maranacook 17 34 42 55

Stearns 77, Schenck 33

At East Millinocket, four players reached double figures as Stearns of Millinocket cruised.

Trisha MacDonald led the way with 13, Becca Saucier scored 12, Jennifer Raymond netted 11 and Candace Achorn tallied 10.

Lynn Farrington paced the Wolverines with seven points and Megan Carey grabbed 11 rebounds.

Stearns (12-4) 77

MacDonald 6-1-13, K. Nason 1-1-3, Legassy 3-2-8, Fitzgerald, J. Osborne 3-2-8, Michaud 0-2-2, MacKenzie 3-0-6, J. Nason 0-1-1, L. Osborne 0-3-3, Saucier 4-4-12, Rideout, Achorn 3-3-10, Raymond 3-5-11

Schenck (1-13) 33

Farrington 2-3-7, Bishop 1-3-5, Jarmark 1-0-3, Duprey 0-2-2, Day, King, Carey 2-0-4, Hanington 1-2-4, Knight 1-1-4, Sprague, Chasse 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Achorn; Knight, Jarmark

Stearns 15 40 57 77

Schenck 2 11 20 33

JV: Schenck 47-46

Narraguagus 56, East Grand 41

At Harrington, Shelby Howe scored 10 of her 12 points in the second half to lead the Knights to the win.

Sarah Snider followed up with 11 points and Missy Barbee added 10 as Narraguagus picked up its 12th win.

East Grand managed to stay close to the Knights with 14-of-18 shooting from the free-throw line. Amanda Godley tallied a game-high 19 points for the Vikings of Danforth. Marie Gilman scored 11 points.

East Grand (4-11) 41

Godley 7-5-19, Gilman 3-4-11, Parker 1-1-3, Page 1-0-2, T. Osnoe 1-0-2, P. Osnoe, Zaneldin 0-4-4, Dodge, Mortland Hanington

Narraguagus (12-3) 56

Howe 5-2-12, M. Barbee 3-4-10, Snider 5-1-11, Sawyer 2-0-4, Woodsum 2-1-5, L. Barbee 2-1-5, Pounder 2-1-5, Tenan 1-0-2, Grant 1-0-2, Torrey, Tenney, Strout

3-pt. goals: Gilman

East Grand 8 22 28 41

Narraguagus 15 31 39 56


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