August 22, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Boutaugh, Archer help Ellsworth topple GSA

BLUE HILL – Monique Boutaugh tossed in 20 points to help lead the Ellsworth girls basketball team to a 50-40 victory over George Stevens Monday in high school action.

Laura Archer netted 16 points for the Eagles.

Justine Conte scored 16 points for the Eagles.

Ellsworth (3-2) 50

Dalrymple 1-0-2, Boutaugh 5-6-20, Briggs 1-2-4, Archer 6-1-16, Fortier 0-1-1, Oleson 2-3-7, Kimball, Johnston, Savage, Jones, McEachern

George Stevens (3-5) 40

Keevan 2-1-5, Moon 2-2-6, Winters 2-2-7, Conte 8-0-16, Haskell 3-0-6, Wardwell, Roberts, Smith, Astbury, Brady, Flynn, Lymburner

3-pt. goals: Archer 3, Boatough 2; Winters

Ellsworth 21 29 38 50

GSA 8 16 28 40

JV: Ellsworth 36-29

Shead 42, DI-Stonington 41

At Deer Isle, Samantha Davis netted the game-winning basket with 10 seconds remaining to give Shead of Eastport the win.

Davis netted 17 points for the Tigerettes.

Heather Hutchinson scored 17 points for the Mariners and Keegan McDonnell added 10.

Shead (4-2) 42

Pottle 3-0-6, McPhale 3-0-6, Richardson 2-2-6, Cummings 1-0-2, Davis 6-0-17, Constant 1-1-3, Martinez 1-0-2, Ricker, Cook

Deer Isle-Stonington (0-6) 41

Becton 1-0-2, McDonnell 3-4-10, Fifield 1-0-2, Hutchinson 8-0-17, Bray 2-0-4, Eaton 3-0-6, Lawry, Lawson

3-pt. goals: Davis 5, Hutchinson

Shead 10 17 32 42

DI-Stonington 13 26 34 41

JV: Shead 43-24

Lee 47, Woodland 43

At Lee, Marci Moors hit two key baseline jumpers with about three minutes left and Shelby Pickering made four free throws in the final minute of play as the Pandas rallied past the Dragons and remained undefeated.

Pickering poured in 22 of her game-high 29 points in the second half and pulled down 17 rebounds for 8-0 Lee.

Woodland’s Kaitlyn Leeman tossed in 19 points and Michelle Ferry added 10.

Woodland (5-2) 43

Brown 1-0-2, Gillespie 1-1-3, J. Murphy 1-0-2, Leeman 8-1-19, Ferry 4-1-10, Troiani 2-1-5, St. Pierre 1-0-2, K. Murphy

Lee (8-0) 47

As. Jandreau 0-2-2, J. Moors 1-2-4, Pickering 11-7-29, Maxwell, M. Moors 3-0-6, Cole, Ham 2-0-4, Gifford 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Leeman 2, Ferry

Woodland 11 21 33 43

Lee 4 15 31 47

JV: Woodland 38-32

John Bapst 37, Medomak 36 (OT)

At the Bangor Auditorium, Katie Andrle scored 20 points and had 14 rebounds to help lead John Bapst of Bangor to its first win.

Katie Baldus had eight rebounds with her four points for John Bapst.

Nikki Brown netted 11 points for Medomak Valley of Waldoboro.

Medomak Valley (2-3) 36

Brown 5-1-11, Fogg 2-0-5, Ludwig 2-1-5, Lufkin 1-0-2, Mountainland 1-2-4, Cornforth 4-0-8, Jensen 0-1-1, Johnson, Reynolds

John Bapst (1-3) 37

Andrle 8-4-20, Wickstrom 2-2-7, Miller 3-0-6, Baldus 2-0-4, Freeman, Hunter

3-pt. goals: Fogg; Wickstrom

Medomak Val. 3 8 21 33 36

John Bapst 8 17 21 33 37

JV: John Bapst 47-26

Washington Acad. 49, Machias 36

At Machias, Lauren Govoni tossed in 14 points as the Raiders raced out to a big lead, then held off a Bulldog rally for the win.

Ashley Tilton added 12 points and Erika Govoni chipped in with 10 for Washington Academy of East Machias.

Monique St. Pierre had 10 points for Machias, which outscored WA 16-7 in the second quarter after being shut out in the first. Christiannah Holmes grabbed 15 rebounds.

Washington Academy (4-3) 49

Livingstone 1-0-2, E. Govoni 5-0-10, Rushforth 2-1-5, Mawhinney 1-0-2, Huffman, Tilton 4-4-12, Look 1-2-4, L. Govoni 6-1-14, Ashby

Machias (1-5) 36

St. Pierre 2-6-10, Cherry 0-1-1, Whitman, Whitney 2-0-4, Lipton 3-0-6, Alley 4-0-9, Stevens, Holmes 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: Alley

Washington Acad. 13 21 32 49

Machias 0 16 29 36

JV: Washington Academy 44-40

Calais 53, Jonesport-Beals 40

At Calais, Sarah Mahan scored six points in the fourth quarter and Jessica Brown had 10 overall as the Blue Devils held off the Royalettes.

Emily Smith had 10 steals and Danielle Feck scored nine points in a balanced scoring effort for Calais.

Ashten Smith paced Jonesport-Beals with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Jonesport-Beals (2-3) 40

Smith 2-6-10, C. Hunkler 3-1-7, Look 2-0-5, S. Hunkler 2-0-4, S. Beal 1-3-5, W. Beal 3-2-9, Blount, A.G. Backman, A.L. Backman, Alley, Crowley

Calais (5-1) 53

Brown 5-0-10, Smith 4-0-8, Eagan 2-0-5, O’Brien 3-1-7, Feck 2-5-9, Mahan 2-3-7, Taylor 1-3-5, Gillespie 1-0-2, Warren, Lloyd, Thomas, Stevens, Seeley

3-pt. goals: Look, W. Beal; Eagan

Jonesport-Beals 9 17 29 40

Calais 9 21 32 53

JV: Calais 47-33

Searsport 52, Bangor Christian 39

At Husson College’s Newman Gym in Bangor, Nicole Shute scored 14 points and Meghan Porter and Nori Francis-Mezger contributed 12 apiece as Searsport upended Bangor Christian.

Searsport built an 11-point halftime lead and maintained at least a five-point lead the rest of the way.

Emily Jenkins and Kaitlyn French had 10 points apiece for Bangor Christian and Amber Leathers added nine more.

Searsport (2-5) 52

Shute 5-4-14, Hall 2-0-4, Porter 4-1-12, Tripp 1-0-2, Neilsen 2-2-6, Francis-Mezger 6-0-12, Frisbie 1-0-2, Cook

Bangor Christian (0-7) 39

Leathers 2-5-9, M. French, Wheaton, Hutchins 1-0-3, Jenkins 4-2-10, K. French 4-2-10, Holmes 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Porter 3; Hutchins

Searsport 8 23 35 52

Bangor Christian 4 12 29 39

JV: Searsport 29-13

Hermon 55, Bucksport 33

At Hermon, Malerie Hall and Cassie White combined for 12 points in the second quarter as the Hawks rolled to the win.

Shannon Wiggin led Hermon with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Hall chipped in with 13 points and 11 boards, while White finished with 10 points. Shannon Dobbins contributed 11 points and six assists. Marissa McLeod added six assists.

Alice Andrews and Lindsey Gordon each scored eight points for the Golden Bucks.

Bucksport 33

Adams, Murauckas 2-1-5, Richards 0-2-2, Andrews 3-0-8, Allen 1-0-2, Kone 1-0-2, Larrabee, Gordon 4-0-8, Smith, Gomm 3-0-6

Hermon 55

McLeod 1-0-2, Campbell, Dobbins 4-3-11, White 4-0-10, Perry, Wiggin 7-0-14, Ford, Nightengale 1-1-3, Hall 4-3-13, Macdonald, Gibson 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: White 2; Andrews 2

Bucksport 7 11 25 33

Hermon 11 31 48 55

JV: Bucksport 48-21

Boys basketball

DI-Stonington 55, Shead 39

At Deer Isle, Josh Eaton poured in a game-high 22 points and the Mariners had a season-high 20 steals which contributed to them holding Shead of Eastport to just four points apiece in the second and third quarters.

Thomas Robbins had 14 points for the winners and Shane Eaton added eight.

Aaron Sullivan’s 12 points and Anthony Lewey’s 10 paced Shead.

Shead (1-6) 39

Kroll 3-0-6, Lewey 5-0-10, Demolet 1-0-2, Martinez, Cyr, Maloney 2-0-4, C. Hastings 2-1-5, Sullivan 6-0-12, S. Hastings

Deer Isle-Stonington (4-1) 55

Cousins 1-0-2, N. Ciomei 1-0-2, Allen, Billings, Robbins 5-4-14, L. Ciomei 0-1-1, Douglass 1-0-2, B. Ciomei 2-0-4, Parker, S. Eaton 4-0-8, J. Eaton 6-9-22

3-pt. goals: J. Eaton

Shead 14 18 22 39

DI-Stonington 13 24 38 55

JV: DI-Stonington 73-45


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