December 06, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Kirchner lifts LCS/MSSM past Easton Fort Fairfield defeats Wisdom

EASTON – sophomore Chris Kirchner scored 11 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to lift Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics to a key Class D 65-50 boys basketball victory over Easton Friday.

Danny Hayes had 16 points for the Eagles, and Matthew Enman added 10.

Junior Jeremy Brock paced the Bears with 24 points, and Sean Daniels scored 10.

LCS/MSSM (13-3) 65

Kirchner 10-2-24, Enman 4-1-10, Hayes 8-0-16, Clayton 2-0-5, Beaulieu 1-0-2, Hopkins 2-0-4, Giangiordano 2-0-4, Parent

Easton (10-6) 50

Brock 9-6-24, Daniels 5-0-10, Trask 2-0-4, Bacon 1-1-3, Sanders 3-3-9, Cleaves, Fuller

3-pt. goals: Kirchner 2, Enman, Clayton

LCS/MSSM 13 20 42 65

Easton 16 26 41 50

Fort Fairfield 69, Wisdom 23

At St. Agatha, Cody Closson netted 14 points and Keith Thibeau chipped in 12 as Fort Fairfield downed Wisdom.

Randy Thibeault led the way for Wisdom with 13 points.

Fort Fairfield (5-10) 59

Edgecomb 3-0-6, Ramos, Andrews 1-0-2, Closson 6-0-14, Thibeau 6-0-12, Forsman, Cresenzo 3-2-8, Booth 3-2-9, Durfour, Noyes 4-0-8, Sharp 3-0-6, McNamee 1-2-4

Wisdom (1-13) 23

Chamberlain 1-0-3, Labrie, Sirois, Young 2-0-4, J. Bernier, E. Bernier 1-0-2, Michaud, San Antonio 0-1-1, Thibeault 5-3-13

3-pt. goals: Closson 2, Booth; Chamberlain

Fort Fairfield 20 43 61 69

Wisdom 4 11 13 23

Rockland 80, Mount View 68

At Rockland, freshman Chris Nolan scored 16 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to lead Rockland to the win over Mount View of Thorndike.

Garrett Worster led the Tigers with 19 points, six assists, and four steals. Nick Baudanza also scored 19 points and Brian Walton had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Ethan Jean led the Mustangs with 25 points. Josh St. Clair and Tyler Miles both added 12 points.

Mount View (5-11) 68

Mehurer 0-1-1, Keller 2-0-4, Jean 7-0-25, St. Clair 4-4-12, Price 2-1-5, Carter 2-0-4, Miles 6-0-12, Piersiak 2-1-5, Caron

Rockland (7-9) 80

Dresser 0-1-1, Nolan 3-11-18, Morrill 1-1-3, Baudanza 6-7-19, Worster 8-3-19, Walton 2-2-8, Ilvonen 3-0-8, Searle 1-0-2, Patterson 1-0-2, Meklin

3-pt. goals: Jean; Walton 2, Ilvonen 2, Nolan

Mount View 9 26 42 68

Rockland 17 28 47 80

Lubec 61, Life Christian 44

At Trenton, Shane McPherson tossed in 19 points and Jesse Reed added 15 as Lubec cruised past Life Christian.

Chad Murray netted 11 points for the Hornets.

Lee Smith connected for six three-pointers and finished with 23 points for the Royals.

Lubec (4-11) 61

Jones 2-1-5, Rice 2-1-5, Ross 3-0-6, Murray 5-1-11, McPherson 8-1-19, Reed 7-1-15, Francis, Sawtelle

Life Christian (6-9) 44

Sobel 2-0-4, Cox 3-0-6, Williams 1-0-2, Walsh 0-1-1, Richard 4-0-8, Smith 8-1-23, Morse, Light

3-pt. goals: McPherson 2; Smith 6

Lubec 25 41 53 61

Life Christian 8 17 31 44

PVHS 74, Searsport 63

At Howland, Brian Harris scored 14 of his 22 points in third quarter when Penobscot Valley outscored Searsport 26-17 en route to the victory.

Chad Trapier chipped in with 16 points and 17 rebounds for the winners, Cory Soucy netted 14 points and Ryan Ware had 10.

Josh Nickerson paced the Vikings with 17 points, Nate Adams added 11 and Kyle Ritchie put in 10.

Searsport (3-13) 63

Nickerson 8-1-17, Adams 4-2-10, Ritchie 4-1-10, Cameron 2-3-8, Peach 2-0-4, Smith 1-0-3, Anderson 1-1-3, Ashy 3-0-7, McHatten, Kingsbury

PVHS (5-11) 74

Harris 8-4-22, Trapier 8-0-16, Soucy 5-2-14, Ware 3-4-10, Babineau 1-1-3, Jipson 2-0-4, Awalt 1-2-4, Thompson 0-1-1, Dolley, Hallett, Theriault

3-pt. goals: Adams, Ritchie, Smith, Ashy; Harris 2, Soucy 2

Searsport 12 26 43 63

PVHS 12 30 56 74

JV: PVHS 60-42

Girls basketball

LCS/MSSM 43, Easton 20

At Easton, Julie Peers and Lauren Redmond each tallied eight points to lead Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics over Easton.

Kassie Lovely paced the Bears with 10 points

LCS/MSSM (12-3) 43

K. Peers 1-0-3, King 2-0-4, O’Sullivan 2-0-4, J. Peers 4-0-8, Allen 2-0-4, Mulherin 3-0-6, Bernier 3-0-6, Redmond 3-0-8, St. Pierre, Cousins, Haffner

Easton (2-15) 20

White 2-0-5, Lovely 4-0-10, Conroy 0-1-1, Boxwell 2-0-4, Dayringer, Burtt, Martin

3-pt. goals: Redmond 2, Peers; Lovely 2, White

LCS/MSSM 23 33 39 43

Easton 1 8 15 20

Fort Fairfield 68, Wisdom 40

At St. Agatha, Heather Hathaway netted 13 points as Fort Fairfield downed Wisdom.

Caitlyn Esancy added 10 points for the Tigers.

Kayla Daigle tossed in 13 points for the Pioneers, and Nicole St. Pierre contributed 12.

Fort Fairfield (8-7) 68

Shaw 2-1-5, Hathaway 5-0-13, Cunningham 3-1-7, York, McLaughlin 4-0-8, Esancy 4-2-10, Clark 2-0-4, Wilson 2-3-7, Churchill, McNamee 2-1-5, Blaisdell, Chasse 2-0-5, Lynch 1-0-2, Weissman, Hebert 1-0-2

Wisdom (3-11) 40

Guerrette 2-0-4, Michaud 1-2-4, Dubois 0-1-1, Morin 0-1-1, Labrie 1-3-5, Berce, St. Pierre 2-7-12, Haskins, Collins, Daigle 6-1-13

3-pt. goals: Hathaway 3, Chasse; St. Pierre

Fort Fairfield 15 33 50 68

Wisdom 11 15 23 40

So. Aroostook 73, East Grand 20

At Dyer Brook, Amanda Charette netted a game-high 15 points as Southern Aroostook cruised past East Grand of Danforth.

Shana Martin added 14 points for the Warriors.

Malissa Zaneldin led the Vikings with seven points.

East Grand (0-15) 20

Zaneldin 3-0-7, Kendall 1-0-2, Daost 1-0-2, Crone, Gilman, Tuck 2-1-5, Glover, Lloyd 1-0-2, Roy 1-0-2

Southern Aroostook (9-8) 73

A. Charette 7-0-15, Martin 7-0-14, Goodall 1-0-2, King 2-0-4, Collier 1-0-2, Desmond 1-0-3, Bergan, Ke. Grant, Ki. Grant 1-0-2, Bustard 2-1-6, Caswell 3-1-7, Ryan, Hudson 3-0-6, B. Charette 4-0-8, McGary 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Zaneldin; A. Charette, Desmond, Bustard

East Grand 2 4 14 20

So. Aroostook 20 32 52 73

Hodgdon 65, Madawaska 43

At Hodgdon, Justine Sloat totaled 17 points and nine rebounds to lead Hodgdon over Madawaska.

Heather London scored 12 points for the Hawks, and Brianne McGary chipped in with 11 points.

Amanda Plourde led the Owls with 12 points and Kallie Pelletier had 10.

Madawaska 43

Schlicher 0-1-1, Arnoldy 2-0-4, Plourde 4-4-12, Cyr 2-0-4, Nadeau 2-0-4, K. Pelletier 5-0-10, Dionne 4-0-8, Hebert, Gendreau, B. Pelletier

Hodgdon 65

Martin 1-1-3, Sloat 7-1-17, McGary 5-0-11, Carpenter 3-0-8, London 5-1-12, T. Quint 0-2-2, Estabrook 1-0-2, M. Quint 1-0-2, Hare 1-6-8, Duff, Levesque, Hovey

3-pt. goals: Sloat 2, Carpenter 2, McGary, London

Madawaska 8 18 32 43

Hodgdon 18 30 50 65

JV: Hodgdon 40-21

Calais 54, Woodland 36

At Calais, Lindsey Mingo scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Calais past Woodland.

Jessica Brown tallied 10 points and hauled down 10 rebounds for the Blue Devils, while Ashley Allen had six assists.

Ariel Knights scored 11 points to pace the Dragons.

Woodland (9-7) 36

Knights 3-5-11, Laking 3-1-7, Nichols 1-3-5, Bergin 0-1-1, Mitchell 2-2-6, Murphy 3-0-6, Ham, Parks

Calais (12-6) 54

Mingo 9-2-20, Brown 5-0-10, Hill 2-1-5, Carvia 1-0-2, Clark 1-0-2, Allen 1-2-4, Hollingdale 1-0-2, Cross 4-1-9, Morrison, Marshall, Blake, McVicar

3-pt. goals: none

Woodland 6 16 24 36

Calais 12 22 35 54

JV: Calais 34-15

Skowhegan 44, Nokomis 40

At Newport, Bethany Sevey scored 10 of her game-high 20 points in the third quarter as Skowhegan overcame a seven-point halftime deficit and held off Nokomis.

Ashley Matchett tossed in eight points and Megan Smith recorded seven rebounds and four steals for the Indians.

Noelle Lincoln led the Warriors with 13 points, and Kelley Paradis notched 13 points and six steals.

Skowhegan (11-5) 44

Sevey 5-9-20, Matchett 3-1-8, Smith 2-2-6, Lambert 2-0-4, Pinkham 2-0-4, Evans 1-0-2, Atkinson

Nokomis (8-8) 40

Lincoln 5-0-14, Paradis 5-2-13, Cooper 2-1-7, Welch 3-0-6, Lieberman, White, Batchelder, Wyman

3-pt. goals: Sevey, Matchett; Lincoln 4, Cooper 2, Paradis

Skowhegan 10 16 32 44

Nokomis 7 23 31 40

JV: Skowhegan 33-21

Lawrence 42, Hampden 39

At Hampden, Bogan Liberty tossed in 16 points as Lawrence of Fairfield held off Hampden Academy.

Mallorie Blakney chipped in with 11 points for the Bulldogs.

Tanna Ross led the Broncos with 11 points, and Lauren Maltz added nine.

Lawrence (12-4) 42

Liberty 5-6-16, Blakney 3-5-11, Gilbert 1-0-3, Perry, Murray 2-4-8, Nickerson 1-0-2, Bernatchez 0-2-2

Hampden Acad. (8-8) 39

Ross 4-1-11, Maltz 4-1-9, Webb 2-0-4, Foster, Libbey 2-1-7, K. Rawcliffe 2-2-6, R. Rawcliffe 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Gilbert; Ross 2, Libbey 2

Lawrence 12 19 33 42

Hampden Acad. 13 15 22 39

JV: Lawrence 29-24

Sumner 59, Searsport 33

At Searsport, Kyle Bragdon netted 18 points to pace Sumner of East Sullivan to the win.

Chelsea Norton tossed in 15 points for the Tigers.

Emma Clark led Searsport with 10 points.

Sumner 59

Bragdon 9-0-18, Norton 7-1-15, Smith 2-2-6, Daley 2-1-5, Robinson 1-0-3, Sargent 4-0-8, Higgins 0-3-3, Traxler 0-1-1

Searsport 33

Clark 4-0-10, Seekisn 1-0-2, Peake 2-0-4, Chaney 1-0-2, Josephson 1-4-6, Quigley 3-0-6, Faunce 1-1-3, Gray, Lanpher, Vassilauskas, Jettinghoff, Garcelon

3-pt. goals: Clark 2

Sumner 15 29 40 59

Searsport 9 18 27 33

Rockland 45, Mount View 37

At Thorndike, Dana Clark netted 10 points and Danielle Hansen nine to pace Rockland by Mount View.

Miranda Grotton led the Mustangs with 14 points while Dakota McAdams grabbed 16 rebounds.

Rockland 45

Clark 4-1-10, Hansen 2-5-9, Boggs 3-2-8, Ranquist 2-0-6, Heal 3-0-6, Sirois 1-0-2, Picard 1-2-4

Mount View 37

Montminy 0-2-2, Bennett 2-0-4, Ggrotton 5-0-14, Mefessa 2-0-5, Jones 3-0-6, McAdams 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: Clark, Ranquist 2; Grotton 4, Mefessa

Rockland 6 17 32 45

Mount View 4 13 29 37

MDI 49, Ellsworth 42

At Ellsworth, Amethyst Cousins scored 25 points to lead Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor to the win over Ellsworth.

Paige Saunders led the Eagles with 13 points and Hillary Savage added 12 points.

Mount Desert Island (14-2) 49

Young 1-1-3, Lewis 3-2-9, Orman 2-0-4, Cousins 10-5-25, Falt 2-4-8, Banks, Gray, Vaux

Ellsworth (1-16) 42

Carter 2-0-4, Saunders 5-3-13, Richter 1-0-2, Lyons 1-0-3, Savage 4-1-12, Allen 4-0-8, Beal, Jellison, Sawyer

3-pt. goals: Lewis; Savage 3, Lyons

MDI 11 23 38 49

Ellsworth 5 18 32 42

JV: MDI 67-40

Foxcroft 54, Penquis 46

At Milo, Vanessa Lougee scored 10 of her 12 points in the third quarter to help lead Foxcroft Academy to victory over Penquis.

Danica Brown paced the Ponies with 15 points and Sabrina Sharrow added 12.

Sophomore Erica Lyford led the Patriots with 26 points.

Foxcroft Academy (4-12) 54

Adkins 1-0-2, Brown 7-0-15, Martin 3-3-9, Sharrow 4-3-12, V. Lougee 5-2-12, T. Lougee 2-0-4, Withee, Flanders

Penquis (0-16) 46

Benoit 1-0-2, Fowles 3-0-8, Lyford 8-9-26, Carey 1-0-2, Royal 1-0-2, Chambers 3-0-6, Goodine, Clark

3-pt. goals: Brown, Sharrow; Fowles 2, Lyford

Foxcroft 14 20 39 54

Penquis 8 19 35 46

JV: Foxcroft 55-20


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