May 24, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Bangor captures hockey opener

HOULTON – Johnny Warren netted two goals in the third period to help spark Bangor by Houlton-Hodgdon 4-1 in high school hockey action Saturday..

Phil Frost tallied a goal in the third period while Nic Cota scored one in the first for Bangor. Adam King, Chad Kelley, Cameron Taylor and Frost each had an assist. Zack Hamilton stopped 12 of 13 shots for the 1-0 Rams.

Logan Holmes tied the game 1-1 for Houlton-Hodgdon with a goal in the second. Malik Abouleish made 27 saves on 31 shots.

JV: Houlton-Hodgdon 6-4

John Bapst 4, Presque Isle 2

At Sawyer Arena, Bangor, senior Casey Hull had a hat trick as John Bapst defeated Presque Isle.

Joey Pate added a goal for the 1-0 Crusaders. Mike Lalime and Ethan Sale had two assists apiece while Andrew Casey, Tyler Fadrigon and Chase Huckestein recorded assists. Derek Duff turned away 20 of 22 shots.

Joshua MacFarline made 16 saves off 20 shots for PI.

Brewer 6, Edward Little 2

At Auburn, Dylan Fitzpatrick had two goals plus an assist while Jamie Williamson netted two goals for Brewer.

Nick Risser and Ryan Nadeau added a goal apiece and Chris Shedd two assists for the 1-0 Witches. Eric White had eight saves on 10 shots.

Rich elanger saved 42 of 48 shots for EL.

Winslow 4, Orono 3

At Orono, Jordan Grant scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in the third period for Winslow.

Ryan Cormier made 28 saves on 31 shots for the 1-0 Black Raiders.

Brandon Paul, Kirk Francis and Chad Evinger each scored for Orono. Paul posted two assist while Kirk Francis and Tannar Francis each grabbed one. Andrew Kozerow stopped 15 of 19 shots for the 0-1 Red Riots.

Girls basketball

North Haven 28, Highview 18

At North Haven, Erin Cooper scored seven points as North Haven defeated Highview Christian of Charleston.

Heather Dunsee led Highview with seven points.

Highview Christian (0-2) 18

Dunsee 2-3-7, Hanson 2-1-6, Booker 1-2-4, Allard 0-1-1, Loreda, Giles, Francis

North Haven (2-0) 28

E. Cooper 3-0-7, Jones 3-0-6, B. Cooper 2-1-5, Frankowski 2-0-4, Brown 2-0-4, Hodder 1-0-2, Hallowell, Joyce, Campbell, Ruffalo

3-pt. goals: Hanson; E. Cooper

Highview Chr. 2 10 18 18

North Haven 13 15 26 28

Washington Acad. 61, Lee 46

At Lee, Taylor Seeley scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to propel Washington Academy by Lee Academy.

Heidi Sappier paced Lee with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Washington Acad. (1-0) 61

Nicely 2-2-6, Seeley 11-2-24, Flannery 6-0-12, Smith 1-0-2, Lewey 6-0-14, Wright 0-1-1, Hodgdon, Jones, Lehman, Bridges 1-0-2

Lee Acad. (0-1) 46

Hersom 0-1-1, Thornton 2-3-7, Mallett 2-0-4, Grass 1-0-2, Cowan 2-0-4, Dow 1-1-3, Doten 1-3-5, Rideout, Sappier 5-5-15, Hamilton 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Lewey 2

Washington Acad. 8 37 47 61

Lee Acad. 7 17 32 46

Katahdin 47, Bangor Chr. 38

At Stacyville, Olivia McNally scored 17 of her 26 points in the second half to lead Katahdin.

Meredith Bean paced Bangor Christian with 17 points. Kelly Robinson added 13 points.

Bangor Chr. (0-1) 38

Ramirez 2-0-4, Holmes 0-4-4, Robinson 5-3-13, Bean 8-1-17, Johnson, Dorman

Katahdin (1-0) 47

Majkowski 1-0-2, Duffy 2-0-4, Fogarty 0-2-2, McNally 8-8-26, Cyr 2-1-5, Moore 3-2-8, Rush, Lane

3-pt. goals: McNally 2

Bangor Chr. 4 17 30 38

Katahdin 8 15 34 47

John Bapst 46, MDI 41

At Bar Harbor, Morgan Chasse went 10-for-12 from the foul line en route to a game-high 18 points as John Bapst of Bangor won its opener.

Samantha Gormley tossed in 17 points for the Crusaders.

Megan Phelps led MDI with 13 points and 14 rebounds.

John Bapst (1-0) 46

Chasse 4-10-18, Gormley 8-1-17, Keith 2-3-7, Myerowitz 1-0-2, Maquillan 0-1-1, Moriarty, Estes, Williams, Mason

MDI (0-1) 41

Phelps 4-4-13, Carroll 4-1-10, Joy 2-2-6, Thormann 1-2-4, Pratt 2-0-4, Curtis 1-0-2, Swanson 1-0-2, Black, Bryer

3-pt. goals: Myerowitz; Phelps, Carroll

John Bapst 12 23 33 46

MDI 9 18 28 41

JV: John Bapst 39-37

Boys basketball

Highview 38, North Haven 23

At North Haven, Stefan Rowe had 19 points and Wes Jones 10 to lead Highview Christian of Charleston past North Haven.

Nate Allard and Ben Brewer had 10 rebounds apiece for the winners.

Highview Chr. (2-0) 38

Yamada, Jones 5-0-10, Rowe 8-0-19, Nguyen, Fernandez 2-0-6, Allard 1-1-3, Brewer, Yamamori, Pepkov

North Haven (0-2) 23

McKenzie, Jones 2-2-6, Page, Ames 10-1-1, Walker, Lattimore 2-0-4, Murphy, Vanger, Rattina 6-0-12

3-pt. goals: Rowe 3, Fernandez 2

Highview Chr. 15 21 33 38

North Haven 7 14 17 23

Washington Acad. 75, Lee 67

At Lee, Ben Teer tossed in a game-high 22 points to lead Washington Academy.

Tyler Doty tallied 20 points and 15 rebounds to pace Lee. Dean MacDonald scored 17 points while A.J. Harris had 12 points and Ryan Beers added 10 for the Pandas.

Washington Acad. (1-0) 75

Teer 6-6-22, M. Smith 5-2-13, Colbeth 4-3-11, Von Rotz 4-2-10, R. Smith 3-0-9, Gautier 2-0-4, Hao Song 1-0-2, Stevens, Porter 1-0-2, Morren 1-0-2

Lee Acad. (0-1) 67

Doty 7-5-20, MacDonald 8-0-17, Harris 4-4-12, Beers 5-0-10, Zhang 1-0-2, Guido 2-2-6, Thurlow, Chase, Ye

3-pt. goals: Teer 4, M. Smith 2, R. Smith 3; Doty, MacDonald

Washington Acad. 21 39 53 75

Lee Acad. 11 26 50 67

Mattanawcook 48, Foxcroft 41

At Dover-Foxcroft, Mattanawcook of Lincoln outscored Foxcroft 35-17 in the second half to rally for the win.

Brady Vose was the only MA player in double figures with 14 points.

Josiah Richard netted 14 points and Ryan Stroud 10 for the Ponies.

Mattanawcook (1-0) 48

Vose 3-7-14, Vicnare 1-2-5, Campbell 1-4-7, McKinnon 4-0-9, Bernier 2-3-7, Stepanec 2-0-4, Hanington 1-0-2, Delaite, Ireland

Foxcroft (0-1) 41

Richard 5-2-14, Stroud 4-0-10, Hutchinson 3-0-6, Champeon 1-0-3, Johnson 2-2-6, Fadley 1-0-2, Nason, Conroy

3-pt. goals: Vose, Vicnare, Campbell, McKinnon; Richard 2, Stroud 2

Mattanawcook 7 15 30 48

Foxcroft 10 24 32 41

JV: Foxcroft 65-52

Penquis 39, Penobscot Valley 35

At Milo, Ryan Bailey scored a game-high 15 points as Penquis held on to prevail.

Joel McCloskey’s nine points paced the Howlers.

Penobscot Valley (0-1) 35

McCloskey 4-1-9, Jipson, Callendar 3-0-6, Hallett 1-0-2, Jones 2-2-8, Dolley 0-2-2, Babineau 3-2-8, Scopino

Penquis (1-0) 39

Bailey 6-2-15, Badger, McLaughlin, Foss 1-1-3, Leland 2-2-6, Larrabee 1-0-2, Russell 2-2-8, Arrus 1-0-3, Stanley, Cobb 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Jones 2; Russell 2, Bailey

Penobscot Valley 4 13 27 35

Penquis 3 13 30 39

JV: Penquis 47-45

Greenville 67, Rangeley 24

At Greenville, Emerson Sikes scored 15 points as Greenville rolled past Rangeley.

Tommy DiAngelo added 10 points for Greenville.

Rangeley (0-1) 24

Elliot 4-0-8, Richard 2-2-6, Clark 2-0-4, Morton 2-0-4, Haley 0-1-1, Abbott 0-1-1, Philbrook, Decelles, Sargent, Hall, Deraps, Eu. White, Seaman, Er. White

Greenville (1-0) 67

Sikes 4-5-15, DiAngelo 5-0-10, Gilbert 3-2-8, Jardine 3-1-7, Derbaghosian 1-3-5, Morrill 2-0-4, St. Louis 1-0-2, Muzzy 3-0-7, Pelletier 2-0-4, Caola 2-1-5, Stafford, Harman

3-pt. goals: Sikes 2, Muzzy

Rangeley 4 7 11 24

Greenville 20 33 52 67

PI Wildcats 48, Old Town 43 (OT)

At Old Town, Nate Ackerson scored all five of his points in overtime to help lift Presque Isle past Old Town.

Russ Mortland tallied 16 points while Ethan Braley scored 15 to power the Wildcats.

Luke Bartlett scored a game-high 19 points while Josh Boucher had 11 points and 12 rebounds for Old Town.

Presque Isle (1-0) 48

Mortland 6-0-16, Braley 7-1-15, Richards 2-0-4, Ackerson 2-1-5, Kingsbury 2-0-6, Zubrick 1-0-2, Dyer, Johnson, Eaton

Old Town (0-1) 43

Bartlett 7-2-19, Boucher 3-4-11, Merry 4-0-9, Clark, Kochis, Abbott 1-0-2, Smart 1-0-2, St. Peter

3-pt. goals: Mortland 4, Kingsbury 2; Bartlett 3, Boucher, Merry

Presque Isle 8 12 27 39 48

Old Town 9 19 30 39 43

JV: PI 56-42


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