Seeley powers Shead girls past Woodland

Posted Jan. 23, 2013, at 10:37 a.m.

EASTPORT — Cierra Seeley scored 19 points, grabbed seven rebounds and notched five assists to help the Shead Tigers beat the Woodland Dragons 55-31 in schoolgirl basketball action Tuesday night.

Jenna Demolet chipped in with 17 points and six rebounds for the winners.

Jaycie MacArthur paced Woodland with 15 points and 10 rebounds and Nicole Hanson added eight points.

Woodland (31): MacArthur :5-5-15, Hanson: 4-0-8, Bassett: 1-0-3, Perkins: 1-0-2, Grass: 1-0-2, James: 0-1-1

Shead (55): Seeley: 9-1-19, Demolet: 8-1-17, Jamieson: 2-0-4, Kirshman: 1-2-4, Harris: 2-0-4, Lank: 1-1-3, Turner: 1-0-2, Mitchell: 1-0-2

Woodland 4-17-21-31

Shead 19-32-46-55

3-pt. goals: Bassett

Bangor 61, Messalonskee 48

At Oakland, Mary Butler scored 15 points to help the Rams improve to 11-3.

Cordelia Stewart chipped with 12 points for the Rams and Denae Johnson netted eight.

Mikalya Turner paced Messalonskee, now 6-8, with 22 points.

Searsport 42, Islesboro 28

At Searsport, Kelli Gibbs scored eight points and Allison Walker and Ali Northup each added seven to help the Vikings improve to 5-8.

Krystal Randlett and Autumn Johnson each scored eight points to lead the 4-8 Eagles and Ally Craig added seven.

Penobscot Valley 53, Stearns 29

At Howland, Kayla Dube scored 18 points off six three-pointers to pace Penobscot Valley past Stearns High of Millinocket.

Molly McGinn had 13 points and Shaelyn Jones scored eight more for the winners.

The other scorers for PVHS were Kassy Taylor (4), Sami Ireland (3), Amy Hallett (2), Malloree Workman (2) and Mikayla Roy (1).

For Stearns, Taylor Pelkey had 15 points to lead the way.

The other scorers were Mikayla Glidden (4), Alex Mooney (3), Lisa Candage (2), Mikey Murphy (2) and Abby Fiske (1).

Stearns 6 14 24 29

Howlers 18 28 37 53

Boys Basketball

Searsport 77, Islesboro 20

At Searsport, all nine Vikings found the scoring column including five in double-digits, as the hosts cruised to the victory.

Adrian Ellis led with a game-high 17 points followed by Austin Bean with 14, Jaoob Powell with 12 and Bryce Shorey and Dylan Seidl with 10 apiece.

Cameron Jack scored eight for the Eagles.

Islesboro 4 10 12 20

Searsport 22 43 62 77

Washington Ad. 70, Narraguagus 50

At Harrington, the Raiders of East Machias surged to a 20-7 first-quarter lead en route to the victory.

Austin Seavey paced the winners with 17 points. Jacob Schoppee chipped in with 15 points and Gage Feeney added 12.

Spencer Thompson scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Knights. Nicholas Kennedy added 10 points.

WA (70): Taylor, T. Varney 3-0-8, Raye, Cox 1-0-2, MacLean 3-0-6, Farnsworth 1-1-4, Schoppee 7-0-15, Emery 2-0-4, Feeney 5-2-12, Seavey 8-1-17, Warner 1-0-2, C. Varney

Narraguagus (50): Dublin 3-2-8, Payne 1-0-2, Wright, Kennedy 5-0-10, Hachey 3-1-7, Alley, Perry, Thompson 6-3-15, Tenney 2-0-4, Batson 2-0-4 Thompson 10 rebounds

Washington Acad. 20 39 60 70

Narraguagus 7 23 36 50

Woodland 62, Shead 54

At Eastport, Damon Lincoln scored 19 points and Toby Tomah tossed in 13 more to lead Woodland past Shead.

Jake Hoops and Hunter Snowman combined for 15 points for the winners.

Mark Clossey poured in a game-high 31 points for Shead. Nic Bradbury contributed eight points.

Woodland

Cochran 2-1-5, Hoops 3-2-8, Lincoln 7-2-19, Boies 2-0-4, Snowman 3-1-7, Tomah 6-1-13, CJ Brown 2-2-6, McIver

Shead

Clossey 12-4-31, Barnes 1-0-3, Eylar 2-1-3, Cushing 2-0-4, Barnes 2-0-5, Bradbury 3-2-8, Urquhart, Hood

Woodland 18-30-50-62

Shead 14-24-44-54

3-point goals: Lincoln 3; Clossey 3, N. Barnes 1, J. Barnes 1

Hodgdon 73, Limestone 35

At Hodgdon, the Hawks outscored the Eagles 18-2 in the third quarter to pull away for the victory after leading only by two at halftime.

Josh Hudson paced the winners with 24 points and Chris Hudson added 16. Tyler Sherman contributed 12 points and Devon Lugie netted 10.

Nate Tucker scored 14 points to lead the Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Limestone (35): Tucker 4 -5-14, Butler 2-0-4, Thompson 1-0-2, Kirk 4-0-9, Clavet 2-0-4, Bernier 1-0-2

Hodgdon (73): Lugie 5-0-10, Lunn 1-0-2, Hudson 7-2-16, Hudson 9-6-24, Quint 3-1-8, Sherman 5-1-12

Limestone 13 25 29 35

Hodgdon 20 27 45 73

Bangor 62, Messalonskee 58

At Bangor, Alex Campbell converted a four-point play, hitting a 3-pointer while being fouled, to force the overtime and the Rams outscored Messalonskee 10-6 in OT to pick up the win.

Bangor is 9-4 including four overtime wins.

Campbell finished with a game-high 23 points. Sean Tocci had 12 points, Connor Adams had nine and Tyler Kenney scored eight points.

Jordon Holmes paced Messalonskee with 19 points and Nicholas Mayo added 12.

Bangor (62): Nick Ashey 0-0-0, Alex Campbell 6-8-23, Sean Tocci 4-0-12, Hunter Boyce 1-0-3, Matt Cosgrove 1-0-3, Liam Harrigan 1-0-2, Tyler Laplante 0-0-0, Tyler Kenney 3-0-8, Ben Hughes 1-0-2, Connor Adams 3-3-9,

Messalonskee (58) J. Holmes 7-2-19, J. Greenleaf 0-0-0, T. Stacey 2-4-10, R. Erskine 1-2-4, N. Mayo 6-0-12, A. Gagne 1-0-3, T. Clark 0-0-0, E. Van der Kerr 1-0-2, J. Carson 4-0-8

3-pt goals: Holmes 3, Stacey 2; Campbell 3, Tocci 4, Cosgrove 1, Kenney 2, Boyce 1

Messalonskee 13 12 9 18 6(OT) 58

Bangor 12 16 9 15 10(OT) 62

S. Aroostook 61, Katahdin 51

At Stacyville, Jesse Boulier scored 21 points and Cameron Landry added 18 to lead Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook by the Cougars.

Colton Bivighouse achieved a scoring milestone for the Cougars as he reached the 1,000-point plateau for his high school career. Bivighouse paced the Cougars with 29 points and also grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked six shots. Wyatt Morse chipped in with seven points.

Washburn 69, Fort Fairfield 61

At Fort Fairfield, senior guard Mitch Worcester scored 39 points, including the 2,000th of his high school career, to lead undefeated Washburn to victory.

Worcester, who entered the game needing 19 points to reach the milestone, also grabbed four rebounds.

Derek Baker and Noah Caron each added nine points for the 12-0 Beavers, while Cameron Preston grabbed a team-high five rebounds.

Andrew Lewis led 6-8 Fort Fairfield with 29 points and 19 rebounds.

Washburn (69): Irving 2-0-6, N. Bragg 1-2-4, Worcester 12-12-39, Baker 3-0-9, Preston 1-0-2, Caron 4-0-9

Fort Fairfield (61): Theriault 1-0-2, Watson 3-1-8, Bernier 2-0-5, Craig 2-1-5, Lewis 14-1-29, Beaulieu 3-2-8, Tuck 2-0-4

3-point goals: Worcester 3, Baker 3, Irving 2, Caron; Watson 2, Bernier

C. Aroostook 71, Fort Kent 56

At Mars Hill, the Panthers showed off a balanced scoring attack in notching the victory.

Joe Stiles scored 20 points for the Panthers, Chandler Brewer put in 18 and Steven Decker netted 12.

Charles Nadeau scored 15 points to lead Fort Kent and Cody Plourde added 10.

CAHS (71): Murray, Pryor, Folsom 2-0-5, Stiles 8-4-20, Canney, Brewer 7-4-18, McGrath, Decker 4–412, Davis, McClung 2-2-6, Garrison 2-0-4, Rusby 2-1-5

Fort Kent (56): Theriault 1-0-1, Plourde 2-5-10, Ouellette, Ray, Dagile, Nadeau 6-2-15, Desjardins 4-1-9, Delena 3-0-8, Jandreau 0-1-1, Chase 4-0-11

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