September 16, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Wildcats cruise to 11th win

PRESQUE ISLE – Greg Whitaker scored 13 points and Matt McGlinn added 11 to lead the Presque Isle Wildcats to a 61-25 schoolboy basketball victory over the Orono Red Riots Saturday.

Nyasha Millard scored 10 points for the Riots.

Orono (2-9) 25

Theriault, Wakeling 1-0-2, Dunton 1-0-2, Millard 3-4-10, Dwyer 2-0-5, Simon 1-2-4, Stuart 1-0-2, Patel, Bryant

Presque Isle (11-3) 61

Whitaker 5-2-13, McGlinn 4-2-11, Carlin 2-2-6, York 3-1-8, Lavway 2-0-4, Cray 1-0-2, McLean 1-0-2, Wildeman, Coffin 4-0-9, Fowler 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Dwyer; Whitaker, McGlinn; York, Coffin

Orono 4 14 18 25

Presque Isle 20 38 48 61

Hodgdon 73, Limestone 42

At Hodgdon, Kirby Sanford scored 24 points to lead the Hodgdon Hawks past Limestone-Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Jordan Guy scored 15 points and Ryan Cleary added 10 for the Hawks.

Matt Enman had 12 points and John Poisson added 10 for the Eagles.

Hodgdon (7-5) 73

Sanford 8-8-24, Guy 7-0-15, Cleary 4-1-10, Armstrong 3-0-6, Dorr 1-2-5, Bartley 2-2-6, Bailey 1-1-4, Ledger 1-0-2, Carter 0-1-1, Duff, Quint

Limestone-MSSM (1-12) 42

Enman 5-0-12, Poisson 5-0-10, Demers 1-0-2, Freedman 3-0-6, Morgan 1-0-3, Patterson 1-0-2, Summers 1-0-2, Peers 2-0-4, Fo 0-1-1, Parker, Rossignol, Beaulieu

3-pt. goals: Guy, Cleary, Dorr, Bailey; Enman 2, Morgan

Limestone 6 14 23 42

Hodgdon 19 37 56 73

JV: Hodgdon 45-44 (OT)

Caribou 49, Bucksport 42

At Bucksport, Brad Campbell and Kyle Wambold each scored 13 points to push Caribou to the win.

Caleb Rosser had 11 points for Caribou.

Joey Carmichael led Bucksport with 12 points and Todd Freeman added 11 points.

Caribou (3-9) 49

Wakana 0-2-2, Rosser 4-3-11, Fitzherbert 1-0-2, Campbell 4-4-13, Wambold 6-1-13, J. Haines 1-0-3, Rossignol 2-1-5, Corrigan, D. Haines

Bucksport (2-9) 42

Maguire 2-0-5, Rump 2-2-6, Gray 1-1-3, Freeman 5-0-11, Remick 2-0-5, Carmichael 4-2-12, Gifford, Spencer

3-pt. goals: Campbell, J. Haines; Carmichael 2, Maguire, Freeman, Remick

Caribou 9 19 34 49

Bucksport 8 23 33 42

JV: Bucksport 37-36

Calais 72, East Grand 53

At Danforth, the Blue Devils outscored the Vikings 25-7 in the fourth quarter to hold on for the win.

Sam Bell scored 17 points to lead Calais while Chris Taylor added 10.

Mike Hanington led East Grand with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Brent Byers followed with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Kyle Dicker had 12 points and Marcus Crocker had seven assists.

Calais 72

Dickerson 4-1-9, Rogers 2-5-9, Guthrie 4-0-8, Bell 6-2-17, Blake 3-0-6, McLean 2-2-7, McPhee 1-0-2, Geel 1-0-2, Taylor 4-1-10, Wallace 1-0-2

East Grand 53

Hanington 5-3-13, Byers 5-1-12, Dicker 4-2-12, Crocker 2-2-6, Beaudoin 2-0-4, Crone 1-0-2, Morse 2-0-4, Armstrong, Scott

3-pt. goals: Bell 3, McLean, Taylor; Dicker 2, Byers

Calais 20 30 47 72

East Grand 20 33 46 53

Hockey

Houlton-Hodgdon 4, Kents Hill 0

At Millar Center in Houlton, Mitch Hall had a goal and two assists to lead the Houlton-Hodgdon Black Hawks past Kents Hill.

Ian Pasquarelli had a goal and an assist for the 6-3-2 Hawks. Micah Carton and Tyler Hutchinson each scored a goal. Nic Joslyn saved all 34 shots for the shutout.

Anthony Barbato made 34 saves on 38 shots for 4-5 Kents Hill.

Girls basketball

Presque Isle 57, Orono 27

At Presque Isle, Tasha Deschene scored 18 points and Moriah Morris tossed in nine more and Presque Isle outscored Orono 24-3 in the first quarter en route to the win.

Katie Delong had seven points for PI.

Stacey Saucier’s eight points and Lauren Young’s six led Orono.

Orono (4-8) 27

Glencross 1-0-2, Young 3-0-6, Artesani 1-0-2, Colbeth, Starno 0-4-4, Robertson, Dana, Kirby, Valdivia, Sypher 2-1-5, Woodburn, Saucier 3-0-8, Twitchell

Presque Isle (11-1) 57

Deschene 6-2-18, Michaud 0-3-3, Pinette, Clukey 0-1-1, Delong 2-1-7, Glovins 2-1-6, Smith 3-0-6, Watananuchit, Morris 4-1-9, Moody, Norsworthy, Young, Richards

3-pt. goals: Saucier 2; Deschene 4, Delong 2, Glovins

Orono 3 17 17 27

Presque Isle 24 35 45 57

Fort Fairfield 48, Katahdin 30

At Fort Fairfield, Kerri Cunningham scored 13 points and had four assists to help lead Fort Fairfield to the win.

Amanda Churchill had 12 points and eight rebounds for Fort Fairfield.

Ronni Robinson led Katahdin of Stacyville with eight points.

Katahdin (3-8) 30

Green 1-0-2, Albert 2-2-6, Bates 2-0-4, Gallagher 1-2-4, Robinson 4-0-8, Hill 2-2-6, Martin, Smallwood

Fort Fairfield (8-1) 48

Hathaway 2-0-5, Cunningham 6-1-13, W. Searles 1-3-5, Esancy 1-0-2, McLaughlin 1-1-3, O’Neal 3-0-6, K. Searles 1-0-2, Churchill 6-0-12

3-pt. goals: Hathaway

Katahdin 6 10 25 30

Fort Fairfield 15 23 38 48

JV: Katahdin 40-23

Bucksport 46, Caribou 43

At Bucksport, Liz Gomm had 16 points, eight rebounds, and five blocked shots to help lead Bucksport to the victory.

Ali Richards and Monica Selander each scored 12 points for Caribou.

Caribou (3-9) 43

Kinney 1-0-2, Gahagan 4-0-9, Richards 5-2-12, Selander 3-6-12, Schofield 2-1-5, King 1-1-3, Morrell

Bucksport (4-7) 46

Murauckas 3-3-9, Richards 4-0-8, Gordon 3-0-6, Kone 1-0-2, Gomm 5-6-16, Hurd 2-0-5, Sullivan, Wilbur

3-pt. goals: Gahagan; Hurd

Caribou 14 21 27 43

Bucksport 8 23 35 46

JV: Bucksport 37-34

Calais 61, East Grand 24

At Danforth, Darcey Gillespie had 17 points to help lead the Calais Blue Devils past the East Grand Vikings.

Jesse Brown scored 13 points for the Blue Devils.

Paula Osnoe had 17 points for the Vikings.

Calais 61

Gillespie 8-1-17, Brown 6-1-13, Taylor 4-0-8, Smith 3-0-6, Seeley 2-0-4, Allan 2-0-4, Mingo 1-0-2, O’Brian 1-0-2, Cobb 2-0-5, Thomas

East Grand 24

Osnoe 5-3-17, McKay 1-1-3, Zaneldin 1-0-2, Crone 1-0-2, Flannery, Kendall, Shay

3-pt. goals: Cobb; Osnoe 4

Calais 14 23 46 61

East Grand 1 11 14 24

Mount View 58, Lincoln Acad. 48

At Newcastle Friday night, Kelsy Richard scored 16 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to power the Mustangs of Thorndike to victory.

Amy Miles chipped in with 18 points for the winners and Tonya Jones had 13 points and 11 rebounds. Lindsay Miles notched eight assists.

Nicole Russell paced the Eagles with 14 points and Natasha Neal added 12.

Mount View 58

A. Miles 7-4-18, L. Miles 3-0-7, Mehuren 1-0-2, Jones 6-1-13, Richard 7-2-16, Clements 1-0-2, Caler

Lincoln Acad. 48

Hartford 0-1-1, Alley 1-2-4, Brooks 2-1-5, McGee 3-0-6, Wyman 1-0-2, Neal 5-0-12, Poland 0-2-2, Russell 6-2-14, Berry 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: L. Miles; Neal

Mount View 14 27 44 58

Lincoln Acad. 7 23 35 48

Machias 48, DI-Stonington 27

At Deer Isle, Beryl Lipton scored 11 of her game-high 17 points in the first half as Machias outscored Deer Isle-Stonington 24-8 and rolled to its seventh win.

Christie Holmes and Whitney Baker combined for 16 more Machias points.

Erin Bray’s 12 points paced Deer Isle-Stonington.

Machias (7-4) 48

Lipton 7-4-17, St. Pierre 1-0-2, Cherry 3-0-6, Whitman 1-0-2, Alley 1-0-3, Stevens 1-0-2, Holmes 4-0-8, Baker 3-1-8, Harrington, Perry

DI-Stonington (0-11) 27

Bray 4-4-12, Allen 1-0-2, Fifield 1-2-4, Billings 2-0-4, Gray 1-0-3, Eaton 1-0-2, Haskell, Robbins, Douglass, Morse, Cousins, Weeks

3-pt. goals: Alley, Baker; Gray

Machias 18 24 36 48

DI-Stonington 5 8 16 27

JV: Machias 27-25

Washington Ac. 51, GSA 50 (OT)

At East Machias, Erika Gavoni hit an eight-foot runner from the lane with seven seconds left in overtime to give Washington Academy its win over George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

Megan Look’s free throw with three seconds left forced the overtime for WA.

Ashley Tilton had a game-high 19 points and six rebounds for the winners. Look had 15 points and five rebounds; Gavoni had nine points and Mary Mawhinney had six rebounds and four steals.

Hannah Gray’s 14 points, Brandi Winters’ 13 and Sadie Beardsworth’s 10 points led GSA.

George Stevens Academy (6-5) 50

Lymburner, Rioux 0-3-3, Moon 1-3-6, Winters 6-0-13, Beardsworth 5-0-10, Gray 7-0-14, Conte, Flynn, Ahern 1-0-2

Washington Academy (7-4) 51

Livingstone, Gavoni 4-0-9, Rushforth, Mawhinney 3-0-6, Tilton 8-3-19, Wood 1-0-2, Fritz, Look 5-5-15, Huffman

3-pt. goals: Moon, Winters; Gavoni

GSA 15 30 41 48 50

Washington Ac. 17 29 43 48 51

JV: WA 38-20


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