October 20, 2021
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Third-quarter run boosts Mariners DI-Stonington knocks off Royals

JONESPORT – Bryant Ciomei and Jon Eaton scored eight and seven points, respectively, to spark a 25-14 third-quarter burst as the Deer-Isle Stonington Mariners dealt the Jonesport-Beals Royals their first loss, 79-56, in high school boys basketball action Tuesday night.

Bryant Ciomei finished with 17 points and brother Collin 12 for Deer Isle-Stonington. Eaton tossed in 16 and Rob Brown led the winners with 19.

Ross Griffin led all scorers with 20 points for Jonesport-Beals. Ralph Backman added 13 and Joseph Libby 12.

Deer Isle-Stonington (6-0) 79

C. Ciomei 4-4-12, J. Eaton 5-5-16, Brown 9-0-18, B. Ciomei 7-2-17, S. Eaton 3-0-8, Garcia, Gross, Douglas, Sibert 0-1-1, Billings 1-0-2

Jonesport-Beals (5-1) 56

Backman 6-0-13, Libby 5-0-12, Griffin 8-4-20, Kelly 1-0-2, Ellis 1-0-2, Barton 0-1-1, Herzog, Brock

3-pt. goals: S. Eaton 2, B. Ciomei, J. Eaton

DI-Stonington 18 30 55 79

Jonesport-Beals 8 23 37 56

JV: Jonesport-Beals 65-55

Ellsworth 74, Sumner 47

At Ellsworth, the Eagles outscored the Tigers 52-19 over the second and third quarters after trailing 11-7 after the first period.

Corey DeWitt and Dem Katsiaficas scored 19 points each for Ellsworth and Louden Jellison added 10 more.

Justin Brooks and Justin W. Brooks tallied eight points each for Sumner of East Sullivan.

Sumner (1-5) 47

J. Brooks 3-2-8, J. W. Brooks 4-0-8, Parritt 1-3-6, Jacques 1-0-2, Huber 2-0-5, Alley 3-1-7, Polk 3-0-6, Ulrich 1-0-2, Manning 0-1-1, Brenton 1-0-2, Johnson, Alexander

Ellsworth (5-1) 74

Katsiaficas 8-0-19, Dewitt 8-1-19, Jellison 5-0-10, Doe 3-2-8, Royal 1-0-2, Allen 1-1-3, Archer 2-0-5, Britt 2-0-4, Karst 2-0-4, Whitney, Taylor, Coombs

3-pt. goals: Parritt, Huber; Dewitt 2, Katsiaficas 3, Archer

Sumner 11 25 30 47

Ellsworth 7 31 59 74

JV: Ellsworth 62-59

MDI 63, John Bapst 37

At Bar Harbor, Robin Daley netted 12 points with two 3-pointers to lead Mount Desert Island to the win.

Kyle Staples added 11 points for the Trojans.

Anthony Ortiz paced John Bapst of Bangor with nine points.

John Bapst (3-5) 37

Healey 1-0-2, Frye 0-1-1, Ortiz 4-0-9, Gagnon 1-0-3, Keefe 1-0-2, Adams 2-0-5, Jameson 0-1-1, Novak 1-2-4, Shaler 4-0-8, Cushman 1-0-2

Mount Desert Island (4-2) 63

Paradis 3-0-7, Willis 3-1-7, Daley 4-2-12, Staples 3-4-11, Walton 4-0-9, Wardman 1-1-3, Blandford 1-0-2, Merrill 1-2-4, Veilleux 1-0-2, Chipman 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Ortiz, Adams; Daley 2, Paradis, Staples, Walton

John Bapst 9 14 29 37

MDI 26 38 50 63

GSA 60, Washington Acad. 36

At East Machias, Caleb Owen hit four 3-pointers on his way to 19 points to spark the Eagles to victory over the Raiders.

Collin Henry scored 13 points for George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

Jarred Sternbergh and Corey Colbeth netted eight points each for Washington Academy.

George Stevens Acad. (6-1) 60

Owen 7-1-19, Henry 4-5-13, Bridges 3-0-6, Gale 1-2-4, Gray 3-0-6, Peake 1-0-2, Wessel 2-0-4, Gordon 2-0-4, Lawson 1-0-2, Dow, Smith

Washington Acad. (3-3) 36

Sternbergh 3-2-8, Colbeth 4-0-8, Von Rotz 2-2-6, Leighton 1-1-4, Wood 2-0-4, Hunter 2-0-4, Porter 1-0-2, Ramsdell, M. Smith, R. Smith

3-pt. goals: Owen 4; Leighton

George Stevens 11 26 41 60

Washington Acad. 7 13 22 36

JV: GSA 40-32

Mattanawcook 70, Bucksport 42

At Lincoln, Levi Slike scored eight of his 10 points to fuel a 28-7 second-quarter scoring burst that carried the Lynx to victory over the Golden Bucks.

Derek Libbey paced Mattanawcook Academy with 15 points. Dylan Hanscom added nine.

Todd Freeman’s 14-point effort led Bucksport.

Bucksport (1-7) 42

Freeman 5-0-14, Robbins, Rump 2-3-7, Pappas, Maguire, McLellan, Fish 3-0-6, Cooke, Bisher 2-0-4, Bowden 0-1-1, Kone 1-0-2, Cattrell 3-2-8

Mattanawcook Acad. (6-2) 70

Libbey 5-1-15, Slike 3-4-10, Smith, Birmingham 2-0-4, Gardner 3-1-7, Andrews 2-1-6, D. Hanscom 4-0-9, Emery 2-2-7, Langevin, E. Hanscom 3-0-6, L’Italien 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Freeman 4; Libbey 3, Andrews, D. Hanscom, Emery

Bucksport 14 24 30 42

Mattanawcook 6 34 49 70

JV: Mattanawcook 46-29

Calais 83, Machias 34

At Calais, Sam Bell led four players in double figures with 12 as undefeated Calais cruised to its eighth win.

Robbie Rogers and Chris Wallace had 11 points apiece and Chris Taylor scored 10 for the Blue Devils.

Michael Little’s game-high 14 points and brother Mark’s six led Machias.

Machias (2-5) 34

McNally 1-0-3, Mi. Little 5-4-14, Falvey 2-0-4, Ross, Treat, Roberts 2-1-5, Calor, Ma. Little 1-4-6, Preston 0-1-1, Harmon 0-1-1

Calais (8-0) 83

Leeman 2-0-5, Cavanaugh 1-0-2, Tomah 3-0-6, Rogers 4-3-11, Taylor 5-0-10, Knowles, Guthrie 3-0-6, Stewart 3-0-6, Bell 5-1-12, O’Neill 1-5-7, Wallace 4-1-11, Shorey 3-1-7

3-pt. goals: McNally; Wallace 2, Leeman, Bell

Machias 6 20 28 34

Calais 13 35 57 83

JV: Calais 70-27

East Grand 81, Lubec 54

At Lubec, Marcus Crocker had 18 points and 17 rebounds to help lead East Grand of Danforth to its first win.

Tyler Morse scored 17 points for the Vikings and Kyle Dicker had 16 points. Adam Beaudoin had 15 points and 19 rebounds and Kaleb Dicker added 13 points.

Freshman Timmy Gross led Lubec with 16 points and Jesse Reed scored 12.

East Grand (1-6) 80

Crocker 7-1-18, Beaudoin 3-9-15, Ky. Dicker 8-0-16, Morse 5-6-17, Ka. Dicker 6-0-13, Scott 1-0-2, Preston

Lubec (0-4) 54

Gross 8-0-16, McPherson 2-2-6, Stafford 2-0-5, Shultz 2-3-7, Murray 3-0-8, Reed 5-0-12, Munson

3-pt. goals: Crocker 3, Morse, Ka. Dicker; Murray 2, Reed 2, Stafford

East Grand 21 35 56 81

Lubec 6 28 38 54

MCI 37, Rockland 36

At Pittsfield, Eric Sobey rebounded his own miss and converted a lay-up with six seconds left to give the Huskies the winning edge.

The basket was Sobey’s only hoop of the game.

Andy Tracy racked up 25 points and 12 rebounds for MCI.

Garrett Worster paced the Tigers with 16 points and Ben Baudanza-Sturks added 12.

Rockland (4-3) 36

Worster 5-3-16, Baudanza-Sturks 5-1-12, Dresser 0-1-1, Walton, Morrill 1-0-2, Ilvonen, Elwell, Coppola 0-1-1, Patterson, Tripp 2-0-4, Baudanza

MCI (5-1) 37

Tracy 8-7-25, Nichols 0-2-2, Hart 1-0-2, Trombley, McGrady, Quint 3-0-6, Sobey 1-0-2, Souliere, Marcoux

3-pt. goals: Worster 3, Baudanza-Sturks

Rockland 4 16 28 36

MCI 8 19 27 37

JV: MCI 43-37

Bangor Christian 71, Searsport 47

At Husson College in Bangor, Brock Bradford tossed in 21 points and handed out eight assists to pace the Patriots.

Josh Frost contributed 10 points, nine rebounds, five assists and three steals for Bangor Christian. Matt Denbow added 10 points.

Josh Nickerson led Searsport with 15 points and Garrett Greenlaw tallied 10.

Searsport (1-6) 47

Chaar 3-2-8, Adams 1-1-3, Nickerosn 6-3-15, Knox 2-0-4, Greenlaw 4-2-10, Parks 2-1-5, Achey 1-0-2, Robertson, Anderson, Patterson

Bangor Christian (5-2) 71

Bro. Bradford 10-0-21, Frost 2-5-10, Phinney 2-0-4, Denbow 4-2-10, Robinson 0-1-1, Gregory 4-0-8, Cook 2-0-4, Bre. Bradford 1-2-5, Dorman 2-2-6, Hinkley 1-0-2, Buchanan, Murphy, Caldwell

3-pt. goals: Bro. Bradford, Frost, Bre. Bradford

Searsport 6 13 33 47

Bangor Christian 22 39 63 71

JV: Bangor Christian 60-45

Girls basketball

Belfast 53, Waterville 47

At Belfast, Jillian Ross topped Belfast scorers with 20 points en route to the victory.

Brooke Reed added 10 points for the Lions.

Liz Bell tallied 21 points to pace Waterville.

Waterville (4-2) 47

Dyne 2-0-4, Pellerin, Whitten 2-1-5, Bell 7-5-21, Frame 1-1-3, Given 2-1-6, Braisted 2-1-5, Champagne 1-1-3

Belfast (5-2) 53

Cummings 1-0-3, Ross 6-6-20, Whittier 1-4-6, B. Reed 1-0-10, H. Reed 1-0-2, Hills, Hogan 1-1-3, Flagg 3-1-9

3-pt. goals: Bell 2, Given; Ross 2, B. Reed 2, Flagg 2, Cummings

Waterville 11 15 31 47

Belfast 17 32 34 53

JV: Waterville 59-52 (OT)

Camden Hills 52, Medomak 34

At Waldoboro, Kristin Richards scored 15 points to help lead Camden Hills of Rockport to the win.

Allie Parent had 12 points for the Windjammers.

Stephanie Lee paced Medomak Valley with 10 points.

Camden Hills (8-0) 52

Colson 1-0-2, Johnson 0-1-1, Carlton 2-1-5, Parent 5-2-12, Tedford 1-0-2, Smith 2-1-5, Gushee 4-0-8, Fetterman 1-0-2, Richards 7-0-15, Holgerson, Croce

Medomak Valley (2-5) 34

O’Jala 1-1-3, Lee 5-0-10, Abbott 0-1-1, Lufkin 1-0-2, Birk 1-0-2, Neptune 1-0-2, Bradstreet 1-0-2, Conary 2-0-4, Cornforth 1-0-2, Rose 2-1-6, Baum

3-pt. goals: Rose

Camden Hills 18 30 43 52

Medomak Valley 8 19 22 34

Rockland 56, MCI 47

At Rockland, Caitlin Hynes had 29 points, 10 rebounds, seven blocks, six assists, and four steals to push Rockland past Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

Dana Clark scored 12 points for the Tigers.

Victoria Huff led the Huskies with 21 points and Jenna Lorentsen added 17 points.

MCI (4-2) 47

B. Asaro 1-0-2, K. Dodge 1-4-7, V. Huff 8-1-21, Lorentsen 6-5-17, A. Asaro, Oviatt, Perkins, Ky. Huff, Ka. Huff

Rockland (6-1) 56

Todd 1-0-3, Clark 3-6-12, Hynes 9-11-29, Barnes 3-2-8, Ranquist 1-0-2, Boggs 0-2-2, Felt, Butler, Hansen

3-pt. goals: V. Huff 4, K. Dodge; Todd

MCI 4 15 26 47

Rockland 10 17 42 56

Lubec 41, East Grand 30

At Lubec, Kristina Scoville scored 16 of her 22 points in the second quarter to lead Lubec to its first win.

Kayla Corey had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Hornets.

Allie McKay led East Grand of Danforth with eight points.

East Grand (0-5) 30

McKay 3-1-8, Daoust 0-4-4, Parker 2-1-5, Zaneldin 2-1-5, Crone 2-0-4, Lloyd 2-0-4, Bartlett 0-1-1, Kendall, Shay

Lubec (1-3) 41

Hall 2-1-6, Scoville 6-7-22, Corey 3-4-10, Case 1-1-3, C. Wright, Woodbridge, Wormell, K. Wright

3-pt. goals: McKay; Scoville 3, Hall

East Grand 13 16 21 30

Lubec 3 23 31 41

Brewer 49, Hampden 39 (OT)

At Brewer, Elizabeth Cote and Katie Kenney each scored four points in the overtime period when the Witches outscored the Broncos 10-0 to notch their fourth victory.

Kenney scored both her baskets off Cote passes.

Brewer’s Leah Jackson sent the game into the extra session when she scored with 1:30 left in regulation.

Cote paced the winners with 15 points and Kenney added 12.

Lindsey Martin led Hampden with 12 points while Kimble Rawcliffe and Nori Francis-Mezger added 10 each.

Hampden (2-5) 39

Webb 1-3-6, K. Rawcliffe 5-0-10, Martin 6-0-12, R. Rawcliffe 0-1-1, Francis-Mezger 4-2-10, Lafayette, Wilson, Libby

Brewer (4-3) 49

Quimby 1-1-3, Wilson 2-3-7, Cote 6-2-15, Jackson 4-0-8, McLain 2-0-4, Kenney 6-0-12

3-pt. goals: Webb; Cote

Hampden 12 21 34 39 39

Brewer 15 23 32 39 49

JV: Brewer 48-44

Bangor 60, Lawrence 34

At Fairfield, Serena Dubois scored 12 points and had 10 rebounds to lead Bangor to the win over Lawrence.

Allie Clukey had 12 points for the Rams while Kelsey Curtis and Tawnya Godinez each added nine points.

Jamie Nickerson led Lawrence with 11 points.

Bangor (6-1) 60

Angst 1-1-3, Heath 2-0-4, A. Hacket 2-1-5, Wadleigh 2-2-6, Dubois 5-2-12, Curtis 2-5-9, Clukey 5-2-12, Godinez 3-3-9, Dana, Smith, Lincoln, Bisacre, Hartley, B. Hackett

Lawrence (4-4) 34

Noyes 2-1-7, Blakney 0-2-2, Campbell 1-2-5, Libby 2-3-7, Spieldenner 0-1-1, Nickerson 4-3-11, Bernatchez 0-1-1, Gilbert, Perry, Dow, Murray, Woodbury

3-pt. goals: Noyes 2, Campbell

Bangor 11 28 44 60

Lawrence 9 17 26 34

JV: Lawrence 40-35


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