Friday, April 25, 2014
Morning Sentinel staff report
CAMDEN — The Camden Hills boys basketball team jumped out to an early lead and then held off Nokomis 62-46 in an Eastern B preliminary game.
The No. 8 Windjammers, who led 30-21 at the half, improved to 13-6. They will play top-seeded Medomak at 4:35 on Saturday at the Bangor Auditorium.
Spencer Hartsgrove led No. 9 Nokomis (10-9) with 19 points.
Old Orchard 63, Mt. Abram 41: Quincy Grace scored 21 points to lead the Seagulls to the Western Class C win. Joe Gildard added 15 points for Old Orchard, which advances to play Dirigo on Monday at the Augusta Civic Center.
Mt. Abram was led by Ian James with 17 points and Amos Withee with nine.
John Bapst 5, Lawrence 4: The Bulldogs scored four times in the second period to take the lead, but gave up two in the third and lost to the Crusaders in an Eastern B game in Winslow.
Lawrence (6-11-0) fell behind 3-0 before rallying to take a 4-3 lead. Andrew Carpenter, Luke Lawrence, Cody Martin and Tyler Boudreau each scored a goal in the second period for Lawrence. Boudreau had an assist on the three other goals, but left the game with an injury before the end of the period.
Logan Ellis-Cyr and Josiah Simko scored in the first and Kurt Massey scoredin the second for John Bapst (11-5-0). Jacob Fletcher and Alex LaFrance scored in the third to secure the win.
Brewer 7, Winslow 0: Andrew Collins, Dylan Severance and Gabe Valley each scored two goals to lead the Witches to the Eastern B victory at Penobscot Ice Arena.
Jack Schroder also scored for Brewer (11-4-0).
Winslow dropped to 3-12-0.
Hartford 82, Maine 56: Amber Bepko scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Hawks to the America East victory in West Hartford, Conn.
Hartford (17-8, 8-4 in America East) jumped out to a 12-2 lead and never looked back.
Ashleigh Roberts scored 23 points to go along with four steals and three assists to lead Maine (2-22, 1-10).