Dec. 11 Scores and Highlights

Posted Dec. 11, 2008, at 5:58 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Postponements

Penobscot Valley at Dexter, no date

Stearns at Piscataquis, no date

Thursday’s Results

Ashland 76, Van Buren 49

Houlton 39, Presque Isle 38

Woodland 93, East Grand 36

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Postponements

Ellsworth at John Bapst, Jan. 8, 6 p.m.

Jonesport-Beals at Shead, Thursday, Dec. 18, 7 p.m.

Penobscot Valley at Dexter, no date

Thursday’s Results

Calvary Chapel 36, Highview Christian 15

Fort Fairfield 72, Easton 17

Hodgdon 42, Greater Houlton Christian 38

Southern Aroostook 37, Katahdin 31

Woodland 95, East Grand 29

BOYS HOCKEY

Thursday’s Postponements

Winslow at Waterville, no date

COLLEGE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Postponements

SMCC at Northern Essex CC, no date

Thursday’s Results

Bowdoin 54, Colby-Sawyer 45

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby-Sawyer 63, Bowdoin 57

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Thursday’s Results

Southern Maine 4, MIT 1

Boys basketball

Woodland 93, East Grand 36

At Danforth, Cory Rolfe scored 22 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as Woodland defeated East Grand. Ben Sears had 20 points for the Dragons and Aaron St. Pierre added 16 points. Keith Curtis scored 11 points and Edward Flaherty had 10 points. Kaleb Dicker led the Vikings with 17 points.

Houlton 39, Presque Isle 38

At Houlton, the Shiretowners limited the Wildcats to 13 first-half points with a strong 2-3 zone and solid rebounding, setting the tone for the victory. James Bates paced Houlton with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Porter Gervais contributed eight points and 10 rebounds. Ethan Braley led Presque Isle with 10 points.

Ashland 76, Van Buren 49

At Van Buren, Jeremy Tarr scored 22 of Ashland’s 31 points in the third quarter to defeat Van Buren. Tarr totaled 41 points to pace the Hornets. Lucas Hafford chipped in 13 points. Jacob Giagiordano scored 17 points to pace Van Buren.

GHCA 59, Hodgdon 52

At Hodgdon, Chad Duff connected for 16 of his team-high 18 points to spearhead a furious rally as the Eagles overcame a 14-point deficit to beat the Hawks. Micah Wiley tallied 13 points and Jaron Gray netted 10 for Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Chris Williams poured in a game-high 25 points to lead Hodgdon. Andrew McGillicuddy contributed 14 points.

Girls basketball

Woodland 95, East Grand 29

At Danforth, Molly White scored 20 points as Woodland routed East Grand. Ashley Laking scored 15 points for the Dragons. Julia Nicholas had 14 points, Taylor Cochran scored 11 and Kelsey Warden chipped in with 10. Kelsey Daoust paced the Vikings with 18 points.

Calvary Chapel 36, Highview 15

At Orrington, Hope Johnson netted 16 points to lead Calvary Chapel past Highview Christian of Charleston. Emily Mills added 10 points for the Sabers. Elizabeth Hanson scored eight points for Highview.

So. Aroostook 37, Katahdin 31

At Stacyville, Evangeline Goodall scored four of her eight points in the third quarter to help Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook pull away from Katahdin. Lauren McGary also scored eight points for the Warriors. Olivia McNally led the Cougars with 15 points.

Fort Fairfield 72, Easton 17

At Fort Fairfield, Amanda Hotham’s 13 points led Fort Fairfield past Easton. Brooke Beaulieu and Danielle Tracy scored 12 points each for the Tigers. Brooke Lunney led Easton with eight points.

Hodgdon 42, GHCA 38

At Hodgdon, Taylor Hovey and Kate Duff scored four points each in the fourth quarter as the Hawks pulled ahead in the final minutes for the win. Hovey finished with a game-high 17 points and five steals, while Duff had 10 points and eight rebounds. Kasi Parker topped the Greater Houlton Christian Academy Eagles with 11 points, Kari Brewer added nine and Salena Michaud eight.

Women’s basketball

Bowdoin 54, Colby-Sawyer 45

At New London, N.H., Leah Rubega totaled 10 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals as Bowdoin College of Brunswick defeated Colby-Sawyer College. Maria Noucas led the Polar Bears with 14 points. Katie Bergeron chipped in 12 points. Kali Coleman led Colby-Sawyer with 13 points.

Men’s basketball

Colby-Sawyer 63, Bowdoin 57

At New London, N.H., former Maranacook High standout Will Bardaglio hit four 3-pointers on his way to a team-high 13 points to help the Chargers hold off the Polar Bears. Andrew Cousins scored 12 points for Colby-Sawyer. Kyle Jackson tossed in a game-high 16 points to pace Bowdoin College of Brunswick. Will Hanley contributed 12 points. Bowdoin (7-2) 57

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