Von Rotz, Raiders down Dragons

Posted Feb. 04, 2009, at 11:40 p.m.

BAILEYVILLE, Maine — Noah Von Rotz posted a game-high 20 points as Washington Academy of East Machias rallied for a 54-45 boys basketball victory over Woodland on Wednesday night.

Ben Teer added nine points for the Raiders, who outscored the Dragons 18-6 in the final quarter to pull out the win.

Ben Sears paced Woodland with 13 points. Chad James netted 12 points, while Ed Flaherty added 11.

Washington Acad. (17-1) 54

Von Rotz 6-5-20, Teer 3-1-9, Farren 1-0-2, R. Smith, Gautier, Song 3-0-6, M. Smith 1-1-3, Beach 1-0-2, Colbeth 4-0-8, Porter, Morrin 2-0-4

Woodland (11-7) 45

Rolfe 3-0-6, Curtis 0-1-1, St. Pierre 1-0-2, James 3-6-12, Boomer, Sears 5-3-13, Lincoln, Perry, Perkins, Flaherty 5-1-11, Brown

3-pt. goals: Teer 2

Washington Acad. 10 24 36 54

Woodland 15 30 39 45

Calvary Chapel 58, East Grand 55

At Danforth, the Sabers overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to beat the Vikings.

Zac Austin popped in 18 points to lead Calvary Chapel Christian of Orrington. Luke Martin tallied 16 points and Jared Madden added 13.

Kaleb Dicker led a balanced East Grand effort with 15 points. Seth Cropley scored 14 points, while Abe Brittain registered 11 points and 13 rebounds and David Cropley had 10 points and a game-high 21 rebounds.

Calvary Chapel (2-15) 58

Martin 6-0-16, Madden 4-3-13, Austin 7-4-18, Toth 1-0-2, Monroe 2-0-4, Lawrence 1-1-3, Johnson 0-1-1, Downs

East Grand (2-16) 55

Dicker 6-0-15, Gilman 2-0-5, Brittain 4-3-11, S. Cropley 6-0-14, D. Cropley 5-0-10, Henn, Morse

3-pt. goals: Martin 4, Madden 2; Dicker 3, Gilman, S. Cropley 2

Calvary Chapel 17 24 40 58

East Grand 21 34 43 55

Machias 72, Jonesport-Beals 69

At Machias, Michael Jenkins’ free throws down the stretch preserved the Bulldogs’ victory over the Royals.

Ty Richards poured in 29 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to pace Machias, Jenkins finished with 18 points and T.J. Spencer added 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Matt Alley led the Royals with 17 points, Andrew Beal contributed 13, Tyler Turcotte posted 12 and Justin Alley had 11.

Jonesport-Beals (7-10) 69

Lyons 1-0-3, Holmes 2-1-5, J. Alley 5-1-11, A. Beal 5-1-13, Turcotte 5-2-12, H. Beal 2-2-8, M. Alley 8-0-17

Machias (6-11) 72

Scoville 1-0-3, Stevens 1-0-2, Jenkins 5-6-18, Richards 13-3-29, Thompson 3-2-8, Spencer 5-3-13

3-pt. goals: H. Beal 2, A. Beal 2, Lyons, M. Alley; Jenkins 2, Scoville

Jonesport-Beals 18 38 52 69

Machias 12 34 54 72

JV: Jonesport-Beals 63-53

Girls basketball

DI-Ston. 51, Jonesport-Beals 46

At Deer Isle, Audra Eaton scored 13 points, including the 1,000th of her career on her first basket of the game as Deer Isle-Stonington prevailed.

Anika Powers also scored 13 points for the Mariners.

Hannah Carver netted 14 points and Jessica MacLean 11 for Jonesport-Beals.

Jonesport-Beals 46

Carver 5-4-14, MacLean 3-4-11, B. Beal 3-0-7, Smith 1-3-5, Jones 1-3-5, Norton 1-0-2, Alley 1-0-2, M. Beal, Crowley, Peabody, Merchant

Deer Isle-Stonington 51

Eaton 5-3-13, Powers 5-3-13, Cousins 2-0-4, Ho. Brewer 2-0-4, He. Brewer 0-6-6, Jones 3-0-6, Ciomei 1-1-3, Seibert 0-2-2, Grindle

3-pt. goals: MacLean, B. Beal

Jonesport-Beals 13 22 33 46

DI-Stonington 16 31 36 51

JV: Deer Isle-Stonington 38-36

Geo. Stevens 60, Narraguagus 38

At Harrington, Maddie Parks’ 17 points led the Eagles of Blue Hill past the Knights.

India Frazier added 13 points and Stevie Theoharidis 10 for GSA.

Andrea Perry poured in a game-high 23 points to lead the Knights.

George Stevens (15-3) 60

L. Clapp, Parks 6-3-17, E. Peake 3-0-8, A. Peake 3-2-8, Elliot 1-0-2, Frazier 5-3-13, A. Clapp 1-0-2, Theoharidis 3-3-10

Narraguagus (8-9) 38

Beal, Burke 0-2-2, Eckert, Baker 1-2-5, Albee 1-0-2, Torrey, Ostberg 3-0-6, Perry 9-4-23

3-pt. goals: Parks 2, E. Peake 2, Theoharidis; Baker, Perry

George Stevens 18 28 50 60

Narraguagus 6 17 25 38

JV: GSA 61-34

East Grand 54, Calvary Chapel 50

At Danforth, Courtney Lloyd netted 22 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to spark East Grand past Calvary Chapel Christian of Orrington.

Kelsey Daoust scored a game-high 24 points for the Vikings.

Hope Johnson led Calvary Chapel with 21 points, while Emily Mills added 11.

Calvary Chapel (3-15) 50

Lacadie 2-2-6, Mills 4-2-11, Warman 1-2-4, Kettell 2-0-6, Pomeroy 1-0-2, Johnson 8-3-21, Norsworthy

East Grand (4-14) 54

Lloyd 8-6-22, Armstrong, Farley 2-0-4, K. Beaudoin 1-0-2, S. Beaudoin 1-0-2, Daoust 9-3-24

3-pt. goals: Mills, Kettell 2; Daoust 3

Calvary Chapel 13 26 36 50

East Grand 17 29 40 54

MDI 44, Ellsworth 23

At Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island went on a 10-0 run in the first quarter as the Trojans topped the Eagles.

Sara Carroll led MDI with 10 points.

Lily Cooper and Sarah Stanley scored seven points each to pace Ellsworth.

Ellsworth (1-17) 23

Cooper 2-2-7, Carter, Beal, Stanley 3-1-7, Wadman, Johnson 2-1-5, Jackson 1-1-3, Clement 0-1-1

MDI (14-4) 44

Black 3-3-9, Carroll 4-1-10, Joy 3-1-7, Thormann 1-1-3, Phelps 1-5-7, Curtis 1-0-2, Brown 1-0-2, Pratt 2-0-4, Sargent, Bryer

3-pt. goals: Cooper; Carroll

Ellsworth 0 7 14 23

MDI 10 19 34 44

JV: MDI 53-35

Central 59, Bucksport 35

At Corinth, Bekah Campbell scored 18 points and posted seven rebounds to lead Central to victory over Bucksport.

Jocelyn Portman chipped in with 11 points for the Red Devils.

Emily Lenor and Kasey Gray paced Bucksport with seven points apiece.

Bucksport (1-18) 35

White, Churchill 1-0-2, Beeson 2-0-4, Lenor 1-5-7, Gray 3-1-7, Lanpher 1-4-6, Stewart 2-0-4, Denning 2-0-4, Greenlaw, Sanborn 0-1-1

Central (10-8) 59

Cote 1-0-2, Day, Ra. Trafton 2-1-5, Pineo, Pray 4-0-8, Blanchard 3-0-9, Ro. Trafton 1-0-2, Portman 4-3-11, Stevens, Daniels 1-1-3, Shina 0-1-1, Campbell 9-0-18

3-pt. goals: Blanchard 3

Bucksport 6 10 19 35

Central 6 25 45 59

JV: Bucksport 44-29

Stearns 46, Bangor Christian 30

At Bangor, Kirsten Marter connected for 10 points as Stearns improved to 15-2.

Kelly Robinson scored 13 points to pace Bangor Christian.

Stearns (15-2) 46

Deabay, Levesque 2-0-4, Marter 4-2-10, Eurich 3-1-8, Mills 2-0-4, Leavitt 2-3-8, Legassey 2-0-4, Lyons 2-4-8

Bangor Christian (9-9) 30

Bragg 1-2-4, Ramirez, Johnson 3-0-6, Holmes 2-0-4, Robinson 6-1-13, Bean 1-1-3

3-pt. goals: Eurich

Stearns 11 20 32 46

Bangor Christian 2 6 15 30

JV: Stearns 34-24

Mattanawcook 49, Lee 38

At Lee, the Lynx sprang to an 18-1 first-quarter lead en route to beating the Pandas.

Katelyn DeRaps paced Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln with 15 points and Brooke Hanscom scored 12.

Jenna Cowan led the way for Lee Academy with 14 points.

Mattanawcook Acad. (12-6) 49

DeRaps 6-0-15, Gardner 3-1-7, Paul 1-0-3, B. Libbey, Hanscom 6-0-12, T. Hawkins, R. Libbey 1-3-5, Gulesian, J. Hawkins, O’Hara 2-3-7

Lee Acad. (6-12) 38

Thornton, Mallett 0-2-2, Grass 3-0-6, Cowan 6-0-14, Dow 2-0-5, Rideout 0-1-1, Sappier 2-1-5, McGaw 2-1-5, Hamilton

3-pt. goals: DeRaps 3, Paul; Cowan 2, Dow

Mattanawcook 18 27 39 49

Lee 3 21 32 38

JV: Mattanawcook 30-20

Foxcroft 38, Dexter 24

At Dover-Foxcroft, Sabrina Sharrow and Courtney Withee combined to score 11 third-quarter points as the Ponies pulled away in the second half.

Vanessa Lougee topped Foxcroft with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Sharrow finished with eight points.

Sarah Murray led the Tigers with nine points, and Miranda Gove added eight.

Dexter (7-11) 24

Murray 4-0-9, Gove 3-1-8, Ca. Mountain 2-0-5, Lancaster 1-0-2, Theodore, Atwater, Gustin, Cr. Mountain, Sevey, Wyman

Foxcroft (10-8) 38

Lougee 3-7-13, Sharrow 3-0-8, Withee 3-0-7, Adkins 2-1-5, Flanders 1-0-2, Seavey 1-1-3,Keane

3-pt. goals: Murray, Gove, Ca. Mountain; Sharrow 2, Withee

Dexter 11 13 21 24

Foxcroft 10 16 33 38

JV: Foxcroft 29-27

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