January 18, 2022
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Blue Devils rally in fourth for win

CALAIS – The Calais Blue Devils rallied from a six-point deficit in the last two minutes to beat the Fort Kent Warriors 55-50 in schoolgirl basketball action Saturday.

Jessica Clark and Holli Tapley each hit key 3-point baskets to tie the score, and then used clutch foul shooting to preserve the lead.

Clark lead Calais with 13 points, while Tapley and Amy Murray each finished with 12 points.

Heather Pelletier scored 25 points for Fort Kent, including nine in the fourth period. Sue Babin contributed 10 points.

Fort Kent (4-6) 50

H. Pellteier 8-7-25, Babin 5-0-10, Raymond 3-0-6, S. Pelletier 2-1-5, Lamarr 1-0-2, D. Pelletier 1-0-2, Levaseur Calais (10-0) 55

Clark 6-0-13, Murray 4-4-12, Tapley 4-1-12, Dow 4-0-8, Johnson 3-0-6, Carter 1-0-2, Hicks 1-0-2, Donovan, Greenlaw Fort Kent 8 23 39 50 Calais 20 32 40 55

3 pt. goals: H. Pelltetier 2; Tapley 3, Clark

J-Beals 54, Machias 28

At Jonesport, Jan Beal scored nine of her game-high 26 points during a 17-2 third quarter run for the Royals as the hosts posted their ninth victory in 11 games.

Beal also had 10 rebounds for the winners while Sandi Carver added 10 points.

For Machias, 5-5, Gretchen Goding had six points.

Machias (5-5) 28

Goding 3-0-6, Morse 2-1-5, Copp 1-2-4, Pritchard 0-4-4, McDonald 2-0-4, Sowerwine 0-3-3, Wolverton 1-0-2, Rudd, White, Wood Jonesport-Beals (9-2) 54

J. Beal 10-6-26, S. Carver 5-0-10, K. Carver 1-2-4, Stanhope 2-0-4, Smith 1-0-2, Mills 1-0-2, Fagonde 2-0-4, Alley 1-0-2, S. Beal, Bryant, R. Beal

3-pt. goals: none Machias 6 16 18 28 Jonesport-Beals 11 23 40 54

JV: Jonesport-Beals 41, Machias 33

Shead 44, DI-S 42

At Deer Isle, Tracey Johnson connected on the winning basket in the final 30 seconds to give Shead the victory Saturday over Deer Isle-Stonington.

Johnson finished with 14 points, including a key 3-point hoop, and Nicole Barnes added 13 points.

Pam Eaton lead Deer Isle with 23 points, and Rachel Santospago scored 10 points.

Shead (5-4) 44

Johnson 5-2-12, Barnes 6-0-13, Ramage 1-4-6, Klentzman 3-0-6, Kinney 1-1-3, Preston 1-0-2, Pulk, Thompson

Deer Isle-Stonington (0-8) 42

Eaton 10-2-23, Santropago 5-0-10, M. Haskell 1-1-3, Frazier 1-0-2, Sullivan 1-0-2, Chessman 1-0-2, Pilling, Seile, Scott-Wyard, Reed, J. Haskell, Weed

3 pt. goals: Barnes 3 Shead 11 22 31 44 DI-S 8 17 36 42

JV: DI-S 32, Shead 27

Greenville 57, TCA 25

At Ellsworth, Jamsin Souther tossed in 18 points to lead the visiting Lakers to the victory.

Maren Muzzy added eight points for the Lakers, 7-4.

Temple Christian was led by Tanya Bamford, who had seven points.

Greenville (7-4) 57

Souther 8-2-18, Muzzy 4-0-8, Dyer 3-0-6, Murray 2-2-6, Ryder 3-0-6, Searles 3-0-6, Graham 2-1-5, T. Wallingford 1-0-2, Hanscom, D. Wallingford, Ponkala, Gravin Temple Christian (0-6) 25

Bamford 3-1-7, M. Cousins 3-0-6, S. Cousins 2-0-4, Richardson 2-0-4, Reed 1-0-2, Logan 1-0-2, L. Cousins, Luhrs

3-pt. goals: none Greenville 14 27 39 57 Temple Christian 7 13 17 25

Schenck 77, Penquis 47

At East Millinocket, Carrie Cram poured in 23 points to help the undefeated Wolverines roll past the Patriots.

Kristen Chavarie chipped in with 19 points for the winners.

Allyson Carey scored 14 points for Penquis of Milo and Kerri Russell and Barany Chessa each netted 13.

Penquis (7-3) 47

Carey 4-6-14, Russell 6-0-13, Farrar 0-5-5, Smart, 0-3-3, Lavigne 1-0-2, Blynn Schenck (7-0) 77

Cram 10-2-23, Chavarie 6-4-19, Daigle 4-0-8, Witham 2-2-6, He. Rosebush 2-1-5, Ho. Rosebush 3-1-7, Lyons 0-2-2, Brown 2-0-4, Provenzo 1-0-2, Cry 0-1-1, Thompson

3-pt. goals: Russell; Cram, Chavarie 3 Penquis 11 21 28 47 Schenck 21 42 55 77

JV: Schenck 54, Penquis 44

Ellsworth 60, Rockland 57 (OT)

At Ellsworth, Cathy Davis sank both ends of three one-and-ones in overtime as the host Eagles knocked the Rockland Tigers from the unbeaten ranks.

Davis, a senior guard, finished with 11 points and also hit a clutch 3-pointer which helped cut a six-point Rockland lead down to three in the final three minutes of the regulation.

Wendy Turner led Ellsworth, 7-3, with 12 points while Shannon Hamilton also contributed 11.

For Rockland, Tori Hall tossed in a game-high 22 points. Susan Ware added 13.

Rockland (8-1) 57

Hall 10-2-22, Ware 5-3-13, Reed 1-0-3, Foster 2-0-4, Mazurek 3-2-8, Bosica 3-0-7 Ellsworth (7-3) 60

Davis 2-6-11, Turner 6-0-12, Hamilton 3-5-11, Emerson 3-1-7, Billings 1-0-2, Shaw 2-1-5, Auld 3-0-6, Snow 3-0-6, Palmer, Anderson

3-pt. goals: Reed, Bosica; Davis Rockland 16 33 46 52 57 Ellsworth 15 29 40 52 60

JV: Ellsworth 50, Rockland 30

Old Town 69, Orono 37

At Old Town, the Indians outscored Orono 17-7 during the second period to break the game open, giving head coach Garry Spencer his 100th career victory.

Kyla Malbow lead all scorers with 27 points, while Shannon Field had a triple-double, scoring 14 points while also grabbing 10 rebounds and handing out 10 assists. Tori Adams added 12 points.

Amy Taylor paced the Red Riots with 15 points.

Orono (2-8) 37

Taylor 6-3-15, Elsemoire 1-3-5, Hamilton 2-0-4, Dekanich 2-0-4, Tyrrell 1-1-3, Cota 0-3-3, Locke 1-0-2, Freese, Upham, Brooks, Gettleman

Old Town (6-1) 69

Malbow 11-5-27, Field 5-4-14, Adams 2-8-12, Emerson 1-1-4, Sibley 2-0-4, Degrasse 1-1-3, K. Brown 1-1-3, J. Brown 1-0-2, Cote, Case, Priest

3 pt. goals: Emerson Orono 11 18 26 37 Old Town 17 34 57 69

JV: Old Town 50, Orono 43 (3 OT)


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