February 16, 2020
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Sullivan paces Katahdin to victory

SHERMAN STATION – Brian Sullivan notched a double-double, racking up 18 points and 10 rebounds to go with five blocked shots and three steals, to lead Katahdin to a 66-60 schoolboy basketball victory over Southern Aroostook.

The Cougars outscored the Warriors of Dyer Brook 23-14 in the third quarter to turn a one-point game into a 12-point lead. Owen McCarthy chipped in with 14 points for the winners and Sam Cyr added 12.

Corey Edkins and Corey Shields paced Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook with 18 points each.

Southern Aroostook (5-5) 60

Edkins 6-3-18, Shields 8-2-18, Hardy 3-2-8, Brooker 1-0-2, Grant 1-2-5, Hersey 3-3-9, Anderson, Hartin, Caswell

Katahdin (4-5) 66

Cyr 3-4-12, Sullivan 8-0-18, McCarthy 4-5-14, Willett 2-2-7, Davis 0-1-1, Rodgerson 2-3-9, Jo. Cullen 2-1-5, McAvoy, Ja. Cullen

3-pt. goals: Edkins 3, Grant; Rodgerson 2, Cyr 2, Sullivan 2, Willett

So. Aroostook 18 27 41 60

Katahdin 12 28 53 66

JV: Katahdin 41-25

Van Buren 63, Fort Kent 53

At Fort Kent, Jeremy Chasse sank five 3-pointers on his way to 23 points and the Crusaders’ 10th straight win.

Fabian Deuchler chalked up 19 points for the winners.

Dustin Nadeau led all scorers for the Warriors with 28.

Van Buren (10-0) 63

Chasse 8-3-23, Deuchler 6-7-19, Martin, Hews 3-2-9, LaPierre, Violette, Corbin 1-1-3, Gagnon 3-3-9

Fort Kent (0-8) 53

Nadeau 11-3-28, Duval 1-0-2, Raymond, Caron, Boucher 2-0-4, Ouellette 3-1-7, Bard 3-0-6, Rossignol 1-0-2, Ouellet 1-2-4, Rivera

3-pt. goals: Chasse 4, Hews; Nadeau 3

Van Buren 17 30 43 63

Fort Kent 10 24 31 53

JV: Van Buren 50-42

Fort Fairfield 66, Madawaska 58

At Madawaska, Brandon Levasseur racked up 19 points to lead the Tigers to the win.

Ben Esancy notched 18 points for Fort Fairfield.

Myles Morneault led the Owls with a game-high 22 points and Andy Penington added 14.

Fort Fairfield (7-2) 66

Esancy 5-7-18, Levassuer 9-1-19, Turner 1-0-3, Ternaiche, Kenneson 2-0-4, Helstrom 2-0-5, Edgecomb 1-0-3, Clark 1-0-2, Osgood 2-0-4, McLaughlin 2-0-6, Rolfe 1-0-2, King

Madawaska (1-7) 58

Morneault 5-3-14, Guerrette 3-0-7, Cyr, Campbell, Nadeau 3-0-6, Gerard 2-3-7, Dubois 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: McLaughlin 2, Esancy, Turner, Helstrom, Edgecomb; Morneault, Penington, Guerrette

Fort Fairfield 20 37 47 66

Madawaska 7 26 46 58

JV: Fort Fairfield 69-44

East Grand 68, Lubec 34

At Danforth, Matthew Scott put in eight of his 13 points in the second quarter to help the Vikings put the game out of reach early.

Scott added 16 rebounds for East Grand. Josh Faulkner scored a game-high 14 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Eric Hanington chipped in with 11 points and Darius Parker had five assists.

Jesse Blake paced the Hornets with 11 points.

Lubec (1-7) 34

McConnell, Jones 2-0-5, Hall 3-0-7, Marston 1-0-3, Blake 5-1-11, Scoville, Rice 4-0-8

East Grand (6-2) 68

Parker 2-0-4, R. Byers 2-0-4, Scott 6-1-13, Faulkner 5-4-14, Hanington 4-3-11, Preston 1-0-3, Irish 4-1-9, Smith 0-4-4, B. Byers 1-0-3, Gray 1-0-3

3-pt. goals: Jones, Hall, Marston; Preston, B. Byers, Gray

Lubec 8 18 24 34

East Grand 19 43 53 68

WA Raiders 77, Machias 50

At East Machias, the Raiders bolted out to a 25-5 first-quarter lead and never looked back.

Jared Gray led all scorers with 21 points for Washington Academy. James Ramsdell and Whitney Stevens added 12 and 11, respectively.

Kurtis Sullivan sparked the Bulldogs with 11 points and Jeremy Hall had 10.

Machias (2-8) 50

Hall 3-2-10, Smith 2-0-4, Poore 1-0-2, Falvey 2-0-4, Correll 1-1-3, Lahey 2-1-5, Frutchey 2-1-5, Sullivan 4-0-11, Brooks 3-0-6

Washington Acad. (6-2) 77

Gray 7-7-21, Harmon 3-0-8, Ramsdell 5-2-12, Stevens 5-1-11, Mawhinney 3-0-6, Sternbergh 3-2-8, Colbeth 2-0-4, Wood 1-0-2, Merritt 1-0-2, Look 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Sullivan 3, Hall 2; Harmon 2

Machias 5 16 38 50

Washington Acad. 25 38 68 77

JV: Washington Acad. 62-30

Washburn 70, Ashland 41

At Ashland, Chris Pesut scored 11 of his 16 points in the third quarter as the Beavers outscored the Hornets 29-10 en route to the win.

Washburn’s Jason Thompson led all scorers with 19 points and Zach Bird added 15.

Buck Pineau and David Smith paced Ashland with 10 points apiece.

Ashland (3-7) 41

Pineau 4-1-10, Smith 5-0-10, Oakes 1-0-2, Millett 0-1-1, Bessey 0-1-1, Jandreau 0-3-3, Perry 1-1-3, Eastman 1-1-3, Austin 3-1-8, O’Clair, Long, Lewin, Baker, Hunter

Washburn (6-5) 70

Thompson 5-9-19, Pesut 7-2-16, Bird 4-6-15, Carter 0-2-2, Bigbee, Drost 1-0-3, Vaughn 3-1-7, Hunt 0-1-1, Bagley 2-2-7

3-pt. goals: Bird, Drost, Bagley; Pineau, Austin

Ashland 13 31 60 70

Washburn 11 23 33 41

JV: Washburn 48-35

Georges Valley 79, Monmouth 44

At Thomaston, David Wilgus scored 19 points and Shawn Hiller netted 18 as the Buccaneers pulled away.

Brett Hutchinson contributed 13 points for Georges Valley.

Mark Wade tossed in a game-high 24 points for Monmouth.

Monmouth Acad. (0-8) 44

Strout 2-2-6, Shaw, Gatcomb 0-1-1, Braithwaite 0-1-1, Gardner, Pomerleau 2-0-4, Wade 7-6-24, Leighton 3-0-8

Georges Valley (5-5) 79

Wilgus 7-4-19, Rogers 2-2-7, Strong 3-1-7, Miller, Staples 1-0-2, Judkins 2-2-6, Johnson, Hiller 8-2-18, Carty 1-3-5, Hutchinson 5-3-13, Chamberlain 0-1-1, Johanson 0-1-1

3-pt. goals: Wade 4, Leighton 2; Wilgus, Rogers

Monmouth 15 17 31 44

Georges Valley 18 34 49 79

Girls basketball

Presque Isle 52, Caribou 32

At Presque Isle, Billi Blanchards 22-point effort paced the Wildcats to victory.

Monica Selander powered Caribou with 15 points and 15 rebounds.

Caribou (6-5) 32

Bouchard 1-0-2, Burlock 3-2-8, Drew 2-0-4, Willey 0-3-3, Selander 7-0-15, Gahagan, Harrigan, Ouellette, Vincent, Cousins, Collins, Lopez

Presque Isle (6-0) 52

Deschene 2-0-5, A. Delong 1-0-2, Post 3-0-6, K. Delong 1-0-2, Demerchant 2-2-6, Smith 1-2-5, Blanchard 8-2-22, Morris 0-4-4, McKenna, Henrikson, Wildeman, Nichols

3-pt. goals: Selander; Deschene, Smith, Blanchard 4

Caribou 8 15 27 32

Presque Isle 21 32 40 52

JV: Presque Isle 50-24

Hodgdon 40, Houlton 35

At Hodgdon, Shana McGary scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to carry the Hawks past the Shiretowners.

Amanda Fitzpatrick netted 13 points for Hodgdon and Katie Sloat pulled down 10 rebounds.

Kasey Cleary scored a game-high 17 points for Houlton. Katherine Cole added nine.

Houlton (4-6) 35

Cleary 4-7-17, Cole 3-3-9, Skehan 2-1-5, Lenentine 1-0-2, Guy, Foster, Thompson, Sewell, Beals

Hodgdon (7-2) 40

McGary 5-5-15, Fitzpatrick 5-2-13, Wilson 2-1-6, K. Sloat 2-0-5, Nightingale 0-1-1, A Sloat, Foster

3-pt. goals: Cleary 2, Skehan; Fitzpatrick, Wilson, K. Sloat

Houlton 11 19 27 35

Hodgdon 14 21 31 40

JV: Houlton 34-18

Lubec 37, East Grand 35

At Danforth, LeAnn Pike chalked up 17 points as the Hornets edged East Grand.

Stephanie McPherson added 14 points for Lubec, which trailed by five after three quarters.

Marie Gilman led the Vikings with 12 points and Amanda Godley scored 11.

Lubec (5-4) 37

Pike 8-1-17, McPherson 5-4-14, Hall 1-0-2, Kr. Scoville 1-0-2, Newman 1-0-2, Wright, Daye, Ka. Scoville

East Grand (2-7) 35

Gilman 5-0-12, Godley 5-1-11, Osnoe, Parker 1-2-4, Zaneldin 0-1-1, McKay, Dodge

3-pt. goals: Gilman 2, Osnoe

Lubec 11 17 23 37

East Grand 11 24 28 35

Foxcroft 48, Piscataquis 28

At Guilford, Ashley Hall scored 15 points to lead the Ponies to victory.

Coral Goggin added 12 points for Foxcroft Academy.


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