January 18, 2022
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Kimball’s FTs lift PCHS to victory

EAST CORINTH – Kam Kimball’s three free throws in the final 16 seconds helped the Piscataquis Community Pirates trip up the Central Red Devils 66-62 in schoolboy basketball action Friday night.

Central trailed 58-47 with 1:52 remaining, but cut the margin to 63-62 with Curtis Graffam scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed a game-high 16 rebounds to lead the Pirates. Kimball added 19 points. Jason Waterhouse and Tony Draper had 10 rebounds each.

John Miller topped Central with 18 points and 12 rebounds, Josh Newcomb had 17 points, and Justin Bragdon had 10 rebounds.

Piscataquis (8-8) 66

Graffam 13-2-29, Kimball 4-11-19, Waterhouse 3-2-8, Gilbert 3-0-7, Draper 1-0-2, King 0-1-1 Central (8-7) 62

Miller 9-0-18, Newcomb 4-7-17, Hanson 2-5-9, Greatorex 2-0-6, Bragdon 2-1-5, Hussey 1-0-3, Seifert 1-0-2, Cookson 1-0-2, Plummer

3-pt. goals: Graffam, Gilbert; Newcomb 2, Greatorex 2, Hussey Piscataquis 16 29 47 66 Central 13 21 43 62

JV: Central 66, Piscataquis 39

Stearns 78, Winslow 66

At Winslow, Ryan Reeves scored a game-high 23 points, including 11 in the second half, and Stearns outscored Winslow 41-29 over the final 16 minutes to post the win.

Jason Cyr had 13 points for the winners; T.J. Boutaugh contributed 11, all in the second half, and Eric McAvoy had 10 points.

Jeremiah McDonald had 16 points for Winslow, Eric Davis had 14, Kris Reynolds scored 12 and Greg Michaud had 11 points.

Stearns (10-6) 78

Reeves 9-3-23, McAvoy 4-0-10, Cyr 5-0-13, Boutaugh 4-2-11, Illingworth 1-0-2, Howes 1-0-2, Page, Richardson 1-0-2, Montgomery 3-1-7, Osborne 1-6-8

Winslow (4-12) 66

McDonald 8-0-16, Davis 6-2-14, K. Reynolds 6-0-12, Michaud 5-0-11, Giroux, Proulx 1-0-2, Z. Reynolds 1-0-2, Roy 4-0-9

3-pt. goals: Cyr 3, Reeves 2, McAvoy 2, Boutaugh; Michaud, Roy Stearns 25 37 55 78 Winslow 15 37 49 66

Katahdin 64, Schenck 57

At East Millinocket, Alex Mitchell scored 14 of his game-high 24 points in the second and third periods as Katahdin outscored Schenck 35-25 to collect the win.

Seth Rush had 14 points for the winners and Tim Carver scored 13 more.

Greg Currier’s 19 points and 11 rebounds led Schenck. Thomas Jamo had 16 points and six assists and Cameron McDunnah chipped in with 10 more.

Katahdin 64

Carver 6-1-13, Rush 7-0-14, Mitchell 9-4-24, Richardson 3-2-9, McAvoy 1-0-2, Cullins 1-0-2, Smith

Schenck 57

McDunnah 5-0-10, Jamo 6-3-16, Currier 7-0-19, Wyman 3-0-6, Giberson 2-0-4, Kimball 1-0-2, Stanley, Brown

3-pt. goals: Mitchell 2, Richardson; Currier 5, Jamo Katahdin 15 32 50 64 Schenck 14 25 39 57

Lee Academy 80, Greenville 57

At Lee Academy, the home-court advantage gave the Lee Pandas the victory over the Greenville Lakers. The Pandas led the whole way with George Bunker’s game high of 20 points, including four 3-pointers.

Tom Cormier added 12 points and eight assists for the winners. Adam Peters also had 12 points.

Rance McEacheran was the leading scorer for the Lakers with 19 points. Darcy Turner had 10 points, including 15 rebounds.

Greenville (8-6) 57

McEacheran 9-1-19, Turner 4-2-10, Anderson 3-4-10, M. Burgess 2-5-10, Wilson 1-0-2, Owens 2-0-4, Hughes 0-2-2, Morrill, Ma. Burgess, Taylor, Philbrook Lee Acad. (9-8) 80

Bunker 17-2-20, Cormier 5-2-12, Peters 5-1-12, Dube 4-0-11, Rice 3-5-11, White 1-2-4, Cole 2-0-4, J.Aldrich 0-1-1, C. Aldrich 1-0-2, Turner1-1-3, Sibley, Noble

3-pt.goals: Bunker 4, Dube 3, Peters, M. Burgess Lee Acad. 25m40 63 80 Greenville 10 20 38 57

JV: Lee Academy 52, Greenville 44

Mattanawcook 70, PVHS 57

At Howland, the Lynx of Lynx took a 15-point lead at the half en route to their sixth victory.

Ethan McConnell paced the winners with 14 points, Jamie Knights put in 13 and Erin Smith and Dan Welch each netted 11.

Corey Fleming and Jeremy Sweet each scored 18 points for Penobscot Valley. Brad Durost notched a triple-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists.

Mattanawcook (6-9) 70

Smith 4-3-11, McConnell 4-6-14, Knights 6-1-13, Welch 5-1-11, R. Libby 1-3-5, Br. Greenlaw 2-0-4, Err. Libby 3-1-7, L. Libby 2-1-5, O’Hara, Be. Greenlaw, Rosebeck, Lane, Eri. Libby, Smith, Merritt Penobscot Valley (1-15)

Fleming 7-2-18, Durost 4-0-10, Sweet 9-0-18, Weymouth 1-0-2, O’Brien 1-0-2, Cummings 3-1-7, Menard, Dunn, Lindsay, Fogg, Jewell

3-pt. goals: Fleming 2, Durost 2 Mattanawcook 20 35 50 70 Penobscot Valley 12 20 40 57

JV: Mattanawcook 54, Penobscot Valley 35

Narraguagus 85, Sumner 72

At East Sullivan, Peter Joyce scored scored 12 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter as the Knights of Harrington outscored the Tigers 29-19 to seal the victory.

Rob Worcester chipped in with 25 points for the winners, Jason Lyford added 12, and Keegan Beal netted 10.

Bill Tracy scored 18 in Sumner’s balanced attack, Chad Baer put in 15, and Dave Seward added 14. Adam Knowlton and James Schwartz each contributed 10.

Narraguagus (10-4) 85

Joyce 8-11-27, Worcester 11-3-25, Lyford 5-1-12, Beal 2-6-10, Curtis 1-3-5, Haskell, Grant 1-0-3, Benge 0-3-3 Sumner (8-9) 72

Tracy 8-2-18, Baer 6-1-15, Seward 4-4-14, Knowlton 5-0-10, Schwartz 5-0-10, Parritt 1-0-2, W. Seward 1-0-3, Trail, Childers

3-pt. Lyford, Grant; W. Seward, D. Seward 2, Baer 2 Narraguagus 18 36 56 85 Sumner 12 36 53 72

JV: Narraguagus 55, Sumner 51 (2OT)

Wisdom 58, Madawaska 54

At St. Agatha, Glenn Gagnon hit the go-ahead basket with 1:07 left in overtime and added two foul shots to cement the lead en route to 20 points for the host Wisdom Pioneers.

Craig Thibeault had 12 points for the Pioneers.

Randy Bourgoin scored 18 points, Ryan Cyr 13, and Ben Hassle added 11.

Madawaska (2-14) 54

Bourgoin 7-4-18, Cyr 6-1-13, Hassle 4-3-11, Marshall 3-1-8, Dyer 0-2-2, Michaud 1-0-2, Cowie Wisdom (9-5) 58

Gagnon 9-2-20, Thibeault 3-6-12, Bouchard 3-1-7, Deschaine 2-3-7, Dugal 3-0-6, Pelletier 1-0-2, J. Michaud 1-0-2, S. Thibeault 1-0-2, Cyr, Lavoie, Soucy, K. Michaud, D. Michaud

3-pt. goals: none Madawaska 10 21 37 50 54 Wisdom 11 26 34 50 58

JV: Madawaska 92, Wisdom 57

Hermon 60, Mount View 30

At Hermon, the Hawks took an early 10-point lead in the first quarter and continued the lead to victory.

Liza Doughty led the way with a game high of 17 points. Renee Richardson and Stephanie Huff each added 13 for the win.

Vannessa Wood paced Mount View of Thorndike with 13 points.

Mount View (7-9) 30

Weed 3-0-7, Wood 5-3-13, Cochrane 1-0-2, Roberts 1-0-2, Hayes 3-0-6, Aitken, White, Williams, Nason Hermon (11-6) 60

Calligan 0-1-1, Hei. Pace 1-0-2, Hea. Pace 2-0-4, Doughty 7-3-17, Buzzell 2-0-4, Richardson 5-3-13, Poland 1-0-2, Rines 2-0-4, Huff 5-3-13, Frost, Smith, Ramich, Sylvester, Devlin

3-pt.goals: Weed Hermon 17 28 45 60 Mount View 7m13 22 30

JV: Hermon 50, Mt. View 44

MDI 82, Ellsworth 71

At Ellsworth, Jason Ashur was the game-high scorer with 26 points. Lucas Dunbar added 22 points, including four 3-pointers for the victory over the Ellsworth Eagles.

Garric Worcester added 12 points for Mount Desert Island.

Mike Newman led the Eagles with 25 points, Mark LeClerc added 20, and Arron Brown had 18 points.

Ellsworth (4-11) 71

Newman 10-5-25, Brown 8-1-18, Higgins 2-0-4, LeClerc 9-2-20, McDonald 2-0-4, Stissel, Hodgkins Mount Desert Island (13-2) 82

Ashur 8-8-26, Dunbar 6-6-22, Worcester 4-1-12, Gilbert 3-4-10, Corlis 4-0-8, Ketchen 1-0-2, Daly 1-0-3

3-pt. goals: Daly, Ashur 2, Dunbar 4, Worcester 3, Brown Mount Desert Island 17 42 67 82 Ellsworth 14 30 51 71

JV: MDI 61, Ellsworth 58

Easton 61, S. Aroostook 55

At Easton, the Easton Bears took a seven-point lead at the half and held on to beat the Southern Aroostook Warriors.

Dennis LaTour and Danny Bade shared the spotlight with a game high of 17 points apiece. Seth Dudley added 11 for the Bears.

Nick Russell led the Warriors with 15 points. Brad Jones and Rick Lane each had 14 points.

Southern Aroostook (3-10) 55

Lilley 1-4-6, Mayberry 1-0-2, Porter 2-0-4, Jones 4-3-14, Russell 5-5-15, Lane 4-6-14 Easton (3-10) 61

Dudley 5-1-11, Richardson 1-0-3, LaTour 5-0-17, Bade 3-8-17, Peers 4-0-8, Cochran 0-2-2, Hitchcock 1-1-3

3-pt.goals: LaTour 2, Richardson Bade, Jones Easton 12 31 44 61 SAHS 11 24 36 55

JV: SAHS 69, Easton 58

Van Buren 62, Washburn 51

At Washburn, the Crusaders used a balanced scoring attack to notch their 12th victory.

Travis Vaillincourt paced the winners with 18 points, Peter Dolinsky added 15, and Ryan Beaulieu put in 13. Dolinsky also grabbed 16 rebounds and dished out nine assists.

Jason Sargent scored 17 points for Washburn, Mark Umphrey netted 17, and Trent Cunningham put in 12. Cunningham had 14 rebounds and Sargent had 12.

Van Buren (12-3) 63

Vaillincourt 7-3-18, Dolinsky 6-3-15, Beaulieu 3-7-13, Madore 2-3-8, Ayotte 3-0-6, Doucette 1-0-2, Lajoie, Smith Washburn (6-10) 51

Sargent 7-3-17, Ma. Umphrey 6-4-17, Cunningham 5-1-12, Kelley 1-0-3, Mi. Umphrey 1-0-2, Collins, Sperry, Howard

3-pt. goals: Madore, Vaillincourt; Cunningham, Kelley, Ma. Umphrey Van Buren 16 33 50 62 Washburn 10 24 41 51

JV: Washburn 47, Van Buren 43

Fort Fairfield 79, Hodgdon 71

At Fort Fairfield, the host Tigers sank 11 of 11 free throws through three overtimes to overcome Hodgon in a hard fought battle. Mark Sprague led Fort Fairfield with 26 points, 16 rebounds, and seven blocked shots, and Jason Theriault added 16 points in a winning effort.

Hoddgon was led by Sam Henderson with 27 points and nine rebounds. Roman Karnes tossed in 16 points, Jeremy White scored 15, and Justin Gricus contributed 11 points and 13 rebounds for the Hawks.

For the Tigers, Don DeMerchant and Matt McGinnis each had 12 points, and McGinnis recorded 10 rebounds, seven assists, and six steals. Jon Nichols added 11 points in a winning effort.

Hodgdon (11-4) 71

S. Henderson 11-5-27, Karnes 8-0-16, White 7-1-15, Gricus 4-3-11, Sjoberg 1-0-2, A. Henderson, Stewart, Carter Fort Fairfield (11-4) 79

Sprague 10-6-26, Theriault 4-6-16, DeMerchant 3-6-12, M. McGinnis 4-4-12, Nichols 5-1-11, Solomon 1-0-2, Hayes, Ruiz, A. McGinnis, Sayers, Parsley

3-pt. goals: Theriault 2 Hodgon 16 26 43 54 58 62 71 Fort Fairfield 14 33 41 54 58 62 79

JV: Fort Fairfield 62, Hodgon 43

Machias 81, Jonesport-Beals 55

At Jonesport, Tim Manchester tossed in 21 points, and Adam Kilton added 14 more as Machias pounded Jonesport-Beals. Joey Cherry had 13 points for the Bulldogs.

Jeremy Beal scored 12 points for the Royals.

Machias (9-7) 81

Cherry 5-0-13, Manchester 8-3-21, Kilton 5-4-14, Coffin 2-2-6, Cox 2-0-4, Dubey 2-0-5, Hayward 2-2-6, Look 2-0-4, Feeney 0-2-2, O’Keefe 1-2-4, Sowerwine, Wood Jonesport-Beals (5-11) 55

Beal 5-0-12, Faulkingham 2-4-8, Johnson 3-2-8, Kenney 2-0-4, Look 1-0-2, Bean 2-0-4, Tibbetts 2-0-4, Alley 1-0-2, Fagond 4-1-9, Crowley

3-pt. goals: Cherry 3, Manchester 2, Dubey; Beal 2 Machias 22 34 56 81 Jonesport-Beals 12 23 31 55

JV: Machias 88, Jonesport-Beals 83


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