September 23, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

McNally fuels Katahdin win

STACYVILLE – The host Katahdin Cougars outscored Ashland 30-15 over the second and third quarters to run away with a 56-28 schoolgirl basketball victory Monday night.

Olivia McNally connected for a game-high 25 points, including 15 in the second half for Katahdin.

Suzanne Poulin led Ashland with nine points.

Ashland (1-1) 28

Poulin 3-1-9, M. Cook 0-1-1, Baker 1-1-3, C. Cook 2-0-5, Jimmo 1-0-2, Pelkey 2-0-5, Lebel 1-0-2, Paradis 1-0-2

Katahdin (2-0) 56

McNally 10-5-25, Cyr 4-0-8, Moore 4-0-8, Fogarty 2-1-5, Lane 1-1-3, Duffy 0-3-3, Majkowski 1-0-2, Rush 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Poulin, C. Cook, Pelkey

Ashland 7 12 22 28

Katahdin 11 25 41 56

SAHS 49, LCS/MSSM 28

At Limestone, Liz Goodall tossed in 19 points to lead Southern Aroostook past Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Brittany Charette contributed 11 for the Warriors, who led 36-16 at halftime.

Stacey Bernier scored 12 points for Limestone.

Southern Aroostook (2-0) 49

L. Goodall 7-4-19, Charette 5-1-11, McGary 1-0-2, Pratt, E. Goodall 2-0-4, R. Nadeau 1-0-3, Bergar 0-2-2, Garcelon, Jan. Rockwell 2-0-4, Cummings, Jas. Rockwell 2-0-4, Bishop, Ryan, Hanton

LCS/MSSM (0-2) 28

Sullivan 2-0-4, Bernier 4-4-12, Cote, Peers 2-0-4, Leighton, Good 1-1-3, St. Pierre 0-1-1, Allen 1-0-2, Patten 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Goodall, R. Nadeau

So. Aroostook 16 36 41 49

LCS/MSSM 7 16 21 28

JV: Limestone 23-18

Fort Fairfield 52, Madawaska 40

At Fort Fairfield, Amanda Hotham and Brooke Beaulieu each scored 16 points to pace the Tigers over Madawaska.

Kallie Pelletier scored 15 points to lead the Owls

Madawaska (1-1) 40

Pelletier 6-1-15, N. Cyr 1-0-2, Dugal 2-2-6, A. Cyr 3-0-7, Nadeau 1-1-3, Gendreau 0-1-1, Dionne 3-0-6

Fort Fairfield (2-0) 52

Hotham 4-8-16, Beaulieu 7-2-16, McLaughlin 3-1-7, Clark 2-3-8, Churchill 1-3-5, Wilson, Forsman

3-pt. goals: Pelletier 2, A. Cyr; Clark

Madawaska 10 17 27 40

Fort Fairfield 7 21 35 52

JV: Madawaska 46-44

Woodland 56, Narraguagus 29

At Harrington, Ariel Knights and Julia Nicholas each scored 13 points to pace the Dragons.

Molly White chipped in with 12 points for the winners.

Jessica Tenan and Jenna Beal each scored eight points for the Knights.

Woodland (2-0) 56

Laking 3-1-7, Booner, Knights 4-4-13, Burt 1-1-3, Worden, Cochran 2-0-4, Hurlbert, Nicholas 6-0-13, Parks 2-0-4, White 6-0-12, Prce

Narraguagus (1-1) 29

Beal 3-0-8, B. Burke, Brooks, K. Burke 1-0-2, Eckert 1-1-3, Baker, Albee, Torry, Ostberg 1-0-2, Tenan 4-0-8, Perry 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Knights, Nicholas; Beal 2

Woodland 17 30 40 56

Narraguagus 8 13 22 29

Jonesport-Beals 46, Lubec 41

At Jonesport, BreAnna Beal scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help the Royalettes prevail.

Jessica MacLean also contributed 19 points for the winners, including five 3-pointers.

Shelby Searles paced Lubec with 20 points and Samantha Denbow added 11.

Lubec (1-1) 41

A. Huntley 3-0-6, Wright, Denbow 5-0-11, M. Huntley 2-0-4, Gallant, Beal, Chappe

Jonesport-Beals (1-1) 46

Beal 8-2-19, MacLean 7-0-19, Smith 4-0-8, Jones, Crowley, Norton, Alley, Carver

3-pt. goals: Denbow; Beal, MacLean 5

Lubec 5 13 23 41

Jonesport-Beals 10 21 33 46

Boys basketball

S. Aroostook 65, Hodgdon 55

At Dyer Brook, Cody Robinson tossed in 18 points, including 3 3-pointers and Dakota Sleeper added 17 points and 11 assists to pace the Warriors over Hodgdon.

Chris Williams had 18 points to lead the Hawks, Dan McGillacuddy added 12 and Travis Quint scored 11.

Hodgdon (0-1) 55

D. McGillacuddy 5-2-12, A. McGillacuddy 3-1-7, Williams 8-2-18, Quint 4-2-11, Tidd 2-0-4, Harris 1-0-3

Southern Aroostook (1-0) 65

Robinson 7-1-18, Sleeper 7-3-17, Robinson 3-1-8, Grant 3-1-7, Goodall 3-0-6, Casey 2-0-4, Southerland 1-0-3, Small 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Quint, Harris; C. Robinson 3, T. Robinson 1, Southerland

Hodgdon 13 27 41 55

So. Aroostook 12 32 53 65

JV: Southern Aroostook 56-39

Easton 62, Gr. Houlton Chr. 38

At Easton, Brad Trask netted 23 points as Easton rolled to the win.

Sam Bacon connected for 18 points for the Bears.

Chad Duff led Greater Houlton Christian with 12.

Greater Houlton Christian (1-1) 38

Duff 4-4-12, Straubel 3-0-6, Bowers 1-1-3, Wiley 1-0-3, Gray 1-2-4, Burns 2-0-4, Morin 0-2-2, Campbell 0-4-4, Little, Shiral, Long

Easton (2-0) 62

Trask 11-0-23, S. Bacon 8-2-18, Turner 1-0-2, Fuller 1-0-2, Daniels 3-1-7, Langlais, Jo. Bacon 2-0-4, Ja. Bacon 1-0-2, Beaton, Tompkins 1-0-2, White, Clark 1-0-2, Budreau, Petrin

3-pt. goals: Trask

Greater Houlton 9 11 22 38

Easton 23 32 45 62


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