June 06, 2020
SCHOOLBOY BASKETBALL

Penquis rallies past Pirates Chase sparks 11th victory

GUILFORD – Colby Chase scored seven of his nine points in the fourth quarter to help the Penquis Patriots rally past the Piscataquis Community Pirates 41-36 in schoolboy basketball action Tuesday night.

The Patriots of Milo held Piscataquis without a field goal in the fourth as they rallied from a three-point third-quarter deficit.

Dustin Perkins scored 12 points for the Penquis Patriots and Jordan Allen nine.

Tyler Tracy’s 12 points and John Garrett-Young’s 10 led the Pirates.

Penquis (11-0) 41

Du. Perkins 3-6-12, Jo. Allen 4-0-9, Chase 3-2-9, Kissell 2-1-5, Ju. Allen 1-1-3, De. Perkins 0-3-3, McKenzie

Piscataquis (4-6) 36

T. Tracy 2-8-12, Garrett-Young 1-8-10, Hoffman 1-2-4, Luellen 1-1-3, Prescott 1-1-3, Yeo 1-0-2, Jardine 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Jo. Allen, Chase

Penquis 1 15 24 41

Piscataquis 4 11 27 36

JV: Piscataquis 63-44

Mattanawcook 68, Woodland 59

At Lincoln, Jon Carney scored 16 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to help lead the Lynx by the Dragons.

Tyler Libbey scored 14 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Lynx. Nathan Cousineau added 13 points and Dustin Hanscom had 11.

Weston Kochendoerfer and Andrew Scott netted 18 points apiece for Woodland, and Chad Pike helped out with 12 points.

Woodland (8-3)

Pike 4-2-12, Smith 2-1-5, Nicholson 2-0-5, Engroff 0-1-1, Kochendoerfer 7-4-18, Scott 9-0-18, McCoubrey, Tupper, Knowles

Mattanawcook (7-4) 68

Kites 1-1-3, Hanscom 1-0-2, Cousineau 5-1-13, Greenlaw 1-0-2, Berry 1-0-2, Malone 2-1-5, Libbey 6-2-14, Carney 7-2-16

3-pt. goals: Pike 2, Nicholson; Cousineau 2

Woodland 12 26 36 59

Mattanawcook 21 33 52 68

Bgr. Chr. 72, DI-Stonington 54

At Deer Isle, Josh Madden scored nine of his 25 points in the fourth quarter and 18 in the second half to lead the Bangor Christian Patriots past Deer Isle-Stonington.

David Chrisos scored 21 points and Ben Sobey added 10 for the Patriots.

Chris Gray led the Mariners with 20 points.

Bangor Christian (9-2) 72

Madden 11-3-25, Chrisos 9-2-21, B. Sobey 4-2-10, Phinney 0-2-2, Denbow 1-0-2, Cole 1-0-2, Patterson 1-0-3, Frost 1-0-2, E. Sobey 0-3-3, McCleary 1-0-2

DI-Stonington (1-10) 54

Gray 9-2-20, Gielarowski 4-1-9, N. Ciomei 3-1-7, Trundy, Carter, Haskell 2-3-7, Robbins, L. Ciomei, Jones, Douglass 3-2-8, Eaton 1-0-3

3-pt. goals: Chrisos, Patterson; Eaton

Bangor Christian 16 30 45 72

DI-Stonington 12 28 41 54

JV: Bangor Christian 58-55

Greenville 71, Highview Chr. 56

At Greenville, Ron Douglass and Jordan Belmont each scored 22 points to keep Greenville on top of Highview Christian.

Grizz Auccion netted 12 points for the Lakers.

Nate Richards scored 15 points for Highview Christian of Charleston. Devan Philbrick netted 12 and Anthony Kneeland added 10.

Highview Christian (5-3) 56

Philbrick 3-6-12, Kneeland 5-0-10, N. Richards 7-0-10, Martinelli 1-3-5, A. Richards 1-1-3, Waite 3-3-9, Knightly, Crooker

Greenville (6-4) 71

Campbell 2-0-4, R. Douglass 9-4-22, G. Aucoin 5-2-12, J. Belmont 9-4-22, E. Douglass, K. Belmont 2-0-4, Edmondson, Lizotte 2-1-5, D. Aucoin 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: N. Richards

Highview Chr. 10 26 41 56

Greenville 14 31 47 71

Schenck 80, Lee 54

At East Millinocket, Ryan Deschene poured in 31 points to help carry Schenck past Lee.

Tyler Thomson chipped in with 13 points for the Wolverines.

Nate Dow led the Lee Academy effort with 14 points.

Lee (2-10) 54

Rideout 1-2-5, Coulombe 1-0-2, Michaud 2-0-4, N. Dow 5-3-14, Curry 1-0-2, King 3-0-6, B. Dow 0-1-1, Worster 3-0-8, Mallett 3-3-9, Tripp 1-0-3, Fisk

Schenck (3-8) 80

Johnston 1-2-4, Hanington 4-1-9, Rossignol 2-0-4, Deschene 14-3-31, Waite 1-0-2, Thompson 6-0-13, Pelkey 1-2-4, Graham 4-1-9, Barnett 2-0-4, Kimball, Jamo, VanEff

3-pt. goals: Worster 2, Tripp, Dow, Rideout; Thompson

Lee 10 23 34 54

Schenck 18 44 60 80

JV: Schenck 61-53

Dexter 67, Central 46

At Corinth, Travis Patterson scored a game-high 26 points to spark Dexter to its triumph.

Patterson had eight of his points in the third quarter and Eric Day hit a pair of three-pointers as Dexter used a 20-10 showing to build a comfortable 18-point lead.

Chris Rabideau had 11 points for the Tigers and Brian Hersey scored nine more.

Joey Kane’s 14 points, Nick Elliott’s 10 and Joe Allen’s eight were tops for the Red Devils.

Dexter (7-4) 67

Martin, Patterson 12-1-26, Towle, Day 3-0-8, Hersey 4-0-9, Bowers 3-0-6, Rabideau 5-1-11, Kenney, Bryson 1-0-3, Vafiades, Roach 2-0-4

Central (1-10) 46

J. Allen 4-0-8, Connolly, Macomber, Strout 2-0-4, Palmer, Kane 6-0-14, A. Allen 3-0-6, Chambers 2-0-4, Elliott 4-2-10, Brown

3-pt. goals: Day 2, Hersey, Bryson; Kane 2

Dexter 15 34 54 67

Central 16 26 36 46

JV: Dexter 51-34

Sumner 55, Searsport 47

At Searsport, Jamey Polk scored 23 points as the Tigers earned a win over the Vikings.

Larry Plummer had 16 points and Dylan Johnson added 11 for Sumner of East Sullivan.

Josh McFarlin topped all scorers with 20 points for Searsport. Spencer Garton had 12 points.

Sumner (8-4) 55

Polk 10-2-23, Huber 2-2-6, Plummer 7-2-16, Johnson 1-8-11, Joy 2-1-5, White 2-0-4, Allen, Coffin, Pinkham, Pennartz

Searsport (3-9) 47

Mitchell 2-0-4, Ferrar 1-0-2, McFarlin 9-1-20, Garton 6-0-12, R. Nickerson, Shute, Adams, M. Nickerson 3-3-9, Quisenberry 1-0-2, Fitzgerald

3-pt. goals: Johnson, Polk; McFarlin

Sumner 13 26 43 55

Searsport 8 24 34 47

JV: Sumner 69-57

MCI 68, Belfast 57

At Pittsfield, Thomas Wire scored 17 points to help give Maine Central Institute the lead and the win.

Kevin McPahil and Marty Quint each scored 13 points for the Huskies.

Ben Thompson led the Belfast offense with 14 points while Gregory Alden added 12 for the Lions.

Belfast (4-8) 57

Ames 1-0-2, Arthers 3-1-7, Ratten 2-0-4, Aldus 1-4-6, Welch 3-2-8, Dutch 2-0-4, Alden 3-6-12, Thompson 3-5-14, Whalen, Herman, Cunning, Martens, Horne, Riley

MCI (2-8) 68

Bennett 1-0-2, Adams 1-3-5, Quint 3-7-13, Hall 2-2-6, Hayama 1-0-2, Godfrey 3-0-7, Shibuya 0-1-1, Basford 0-2-2, Wire 5-4-17, McPhail 6-1-13

3-pt. goals: Thompson 3; Wire 3, Godfrey

Belfast 6 26 40 57

MCI 14 31 48 68

Mount View 86, Oak Hill 26

At Thorndike, Marc McCorrison scored 16 points and Roy Goodale added 15 to pace the Mustangs.

Anthony Greenlaw added 12 points for the winners and Kenton Spaulding netted 10.

Pat Duchette paced Oak Hill of Sabbatus with 15 points.

Oak Hill (0-11) 26

Guerette 1-2-4, Levesque 1-0-2, Lunn, Crook 0-1-1, Duchette 6-3-15, Hinckely, Allred, Daggett, Tracy, Labrie, Fournier 2-0-4

Mount View (8-3) 86

Letourneau 0-2-2, Miles 4-0-9, Downs 2-0-4, Ward 1-0-2, Crichton, Goodale 6-1-15, McCorrison 6-2-16, Wentworth 1-0-2, Jones, Elwell 3-0-6, Greenlaw 6-0-12, Spaulding 4-0-10, Higgins 3-2-8

3-pt. goals: Miles, Goodale 2, McCorrison 2, Spaudling

Oak Hill 7 17 20 26

Mount View 16 44 69 86

JV: Mount View 68-31

Narraguagus 72, Calais 63

At Calais, Jason Strout scored 17 of his game-high 23 points in the second half to lead Narraguagus of Harrington to the victory.

Jamie Bailey scored 19 for the Knights.

Josh Berube led Calais with 17 points. Russell McLean had 14 and Garrett Dickerson added 10.

Narraguagus (4-8) 72

Strout 11-1-23, Bailey 7-4-19, C. Worcester 1-4-7, Checker 1-4-6, Rossi 3-2-8, Z. Worcester 3-0-9, Skeate 2-0-4, Beal, Hicks, Albee

Calais (6-6) 63

Dickerson 3-4-10, Berube 6-0-17, McLean 4-3-14, Reynolds 2-0-4, Guthrie 0-1-1, Smith 1-0-2, McPhee 2-2-6, Woodside 4-0-8, Little

3-pt. goals: Bailey, C. Worcester, Z. Worcester 3; Berube 5, McLean 3

Narraguagus 19 35 48 72

Calais 19 32 38 63

JV: Narraguagus 66-61 (OT)

Houlton 56, Caribou 52

At Houlton, Mark Socoby scored 24 points to keep Houlton ahead of Caribou.

Jon Chasse netted 16 points for Caribou as Griffin St. Peter and Justin Cedarman each scored 10 points.

Caribou (4-7) 52

St. Peter 4-0-10, Cedarman 4-0-10, Chasse 8-0-16, Wakana 0-2-2, Nadeau 3-0-7, Nason 2-3-7, J. Peterson, K. Peterson, Susee

Houlton (7-6) 56

Socoby 8-6-24 Hill 1-0-2, Brown 2-2-6, B. Miles 1-0-2, Bartlett 2-2-6, O’ Connell 2-1-5, Edwards 2-1-5, York, Duff

3-pt. goals: St. Peter 2, Cedarman 2, Nadeau; Socoby 2, B. Miles 2

Caribou 11 22 36 52

Houlton 15 27 39 56

JV: Houlton 64-53

Shead 86, Joneport-Beals 80

At Jonesport, Jason Bones poured in a game-high 32 points and Ben Maloney scored seven of his 16 in the third quarter as Shead of Eastport outscored Jonesport-Beals 29-19 to erase a five-point halftime deficit and take the lead for good.

Shead avenged a 65-50 loss to the Royals in Eastport on Dec. 20.

Jesse Demmons had 12 points for the Tigers and Mike Demolet contributed 10.

Abraham Beal’s 26 points paced Jonesport-Beals. Erik Balchen chipped in with 15, Derrick Beal had 13, and Jeremy Chandler tossed in 10.

Shead (7-3) 86

Maloney 5-5-16, Demolet 4-1-10, Bones 11-8-32, Demmons 4-3-12, Marshall 1-0-2, MacDonald 3-0-6, Constant 3-2-8

Jonesport-Beals (8-4) 80

A. Beal 9-7-26, Balchen 6-3-15, Chandler 5-0-10, D. Beal 4-5-13, Durkee 2-2-6, Dyer 3-0-7, Berry 1-0-3, Lamson, M. Alley

3-pt. goals: Bones 2, Demmons, Demolet, Maloney; Beal, Dyer, Berry

Shead 25 36 65 86

Jonesport-Beals 17 41 60 80

JV: Jonesport-Beals 55-50

Cam. Hills 55, Winslow 52 (OT)

At Rockport, Tim Stammen scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds to help lead the Camden Hills Windjammers over Winslow in overtime.

Greg Crupi added 10 points for the ‘Jammers.

Micah Grant paced the Black Raiders with 25 points and Adam Haskell chipped in with 10.

Winslow (9-2) 52

LaPointe 1-2-4, Helberg 2-0-4, Sandoval, Thibodeau, Lopez 2-1-5, Grant 7-11-25, Blodgett 1-0-2, Boutin 0-2-2, Haskell 4-2-10

Camden Hills (8-2) 55

Davis 0-2-2, Crupi 2-6-10, Horn 2-0-4, T. Stammen 5-12-22, G. Stammen 3-2-8, Fitzgerald 0-1-1, Aylward 1-1-4, Massey 2-0-4, Puls, Dennen

3-pt. goals: Aylward

Winslow 9 18 32 48 52

Camden Hills 9 21 35 48 55

JV: Camden Hills 41-34

East Grand 76, So. Aroostook 53

At Danforth, junior guard Darius Parker scored a career-high 33 points with 11 of those coming in the third period when East Grand broke the game open by outscoring Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook 21-10.

Richard Byers contributed 18 points, 10 rebounds, and five assists. Eight of his points came in the third quarter.


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