Dec. 13-14 Scores and Highlights

Posted Dec. 14, 2008, at 5:34 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Brewer 62, Messalonskee 36

Calvary Chapel 54, GHCA 51

Camden Hills 85, Belfast 41

Cheverus 77, Kennebunk 38

Cony 75, Leavitt Area 49

Deering 53, Windham 50, OT

Dexter 42, Central 41

Easton 76, East Grand 43

Ellsworth 62, George Stevens 48

Erskine Academy 44, Lincoln Academy 41

Falmouth 52, Yarmouth 33

Forest Hills 81, Islesboro 44

Fort Fairfield 56, Madawaska 36

Freeport 58, Wells 40

Hall-Dale 74, Lisbon 38

Hampden 60, Skowhegan 37

Hermon 47, Old Town 43

Lee Acad. 63, Houlton 54

Jay 59, Lisbon 49

Lake Region 61, Gray-New Gloucester 48

Maranacook 81, MCI 41

Mattanawcook 46, John Bapst 44

MDI 64, Caribou 41

Mt. Ararat 58, Oxford Hills 43

Mt. Blue 89, Nokomis 36

Penobscot Valley 49, Searsport 43

Penquis 46, Fort Kent 40

Sumner 65, Orono 58

Richmond 98, North Haven 13

Waterville 54, Oak Hill 49

Winslow 43, Rockland 41

Winthrop 62, Georges Valley 42

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Camden Hills 50, Belfast 48

Central 40, Dexter 27

Deering 80, Gorham 43

Easton 45, East Grand 43

Forest Hills 59, Islesboro Central 25

Fort Kent 63, Penquis 46

Houlton 55, Lee 43

Jay 43, Monmouth Academy 11

Jonesport-Beals 48, Deer Isle-Stonington 47

Kents Hill 26, Seacoast Christian 18

Leavitt 54, Cony 45

Lincoln Academy 48, Erskine Academy 27

Maranacook 34, MCI 33

MDI 46, Caribou 28

Messalonskee 75, Brewer 52

Mt. Abram 66, Telstar 49

Mt. Blue 43, Nokomis 34

Old Town 45, Hermon 41

Oxford Hills 45, Mt. Ararat 29

Penobscot Valley 46, Bangor Christian 45 (2OT)

Presque Isle 68, Bucksport 24

Skowhegan 63, Hampden Academy 40

So. Aroostook 53, Ashland 30

Waterville 58, Oak Hill 17

Wells 65, Freeport 33

Windham 36, Scarborough 34

Winslow 30, Rockland 22

Yarmouth 46, Falmouth 36

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BOYS HOCKEY

Saturday’s Postponements

York at Presque Isle, Dec. 30, 1 p.m.

Saturday’s Postponements

York at Presque Isle, Dec. 30, 1 p.m.

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PREP

BOYS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

St. Andrew’s 80, Hebron 55

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Gould 23, Hebron 22

BOYS HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Hebron 5, Portsmouth Abbey 0

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

UMass Dartmouth 65, Southern Maine 46

U-New England 83, UM-Farmington 82

Star City Invitational

UM-Fort Kent 87, Maine Maritime 76

UM-Presque Isle 105, Unity 41

Sunday’s Results

Star City Invitational

Maine Maritime 90, UM-Presque Isle 78

UM-Fort Kent 94, Unity 40

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Southern Maine 61, UMass-Dartmouth 48

U-New England 63, UM-Farmington 52

WPI 79, Thomas 60

Mariner Classic

Endicott 89, Saint Joseph’s 62

Maine Maritime 50, UMaine-Fort Kent 45

Mariner Classic

Championship

Endicott 72, Maine Maritime 60

Consolation

UMaine-Fort Kent 74, Saint Joseph’s 71

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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Maine 5, Union 1

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Maine 2, Union 2 (OT)

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Sumner 65, Orono 58

At East Sullivan, Woody Huber went 10-for-12 at the foul line in the fourth quarter to lift Sumner over Orono. Huber paced Sumner with 29 points. Dan Leighton scored 14 points and Tommy Bell added 10 points. Chris Weaver recorded 12 rebounds. Joel Riemersma led the Red Riots with 20 points. Kash Keezer added 13 points.

Penquis 46, Fort Kent 40

At Fort Kent, Ryan Bailey scored nine of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to propel Penquis of Milo past Fort Kent. Bryan Russell added 11 points for the Patriots. Davis Cyr and Matthew Harvey each net-ted 14 points for Fort Kent.

Brewer 62, Messalonskee 36

At Brewer, Coby Hutchins scored 20 points as Brewer defeated Messalonskee. Dom Drake had 10 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists for the Witches. Kyle O’Connell added 10 points and eight assists. Zachary Brann scored 17 points to lead Messalonskee of Oakland.

Hampden 60, Skowhegan 37

At Skowhegan, Noah Burditt had 17 points as Hampden Academy defeated Skowhegan. Brad Dolan had 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists for the Broncos. Jacob Moore scored 14 points. Jordan McGowan led Skowhegan with 15 points.

Ellsworth 62, George Stevens 48

At Ellsworth, Brad Folmer and Pat Kelley tallied 14 points apiece to lead Ellsworth past George Stev-ens Academy of Blue Hill. Ryan Petros chipped in with 10 points for Ellsworth. Nick Saunders paced George Stevens with a game-high 22 points while Rashad Frazier added 11 points.

Dexter 42, Central 41

At Corinth, Kyle Gould scored a lay-up with 39 seconds left in the game to lift Dexter past Central. Gould finished with 10 points while Andrew Lary scored 12 for the Tigers. Cole Haskell and Jake Blan-chard each scored eight points for Central.

Hermon 47, Old Town 43

At Old Town, Andy Ball scored 13 points to help push Hermon past Old Town. Luke Bartlett led Old Town with 18 points while Bronson Merry grabbed 12 rebounds.

Mattanawcook 46, John Bapst 44

At Lincoln, Brady Vose netted a game-high 25 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Mattanawcook Academy by John Bapst. Kane McKinnon chipped in with 11 rebounds for the Lynx. Ryan Carr scored 15 points to pace John Bapst.

MDI 64, Caribou 41

At Caribou, Jasper Cousins scored 27 points to lead Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor to victory over Caribou. Nolan Hall added nine points for the Trojans. Sam Robertson scored 11 points for the Vikings and Cameron Anderson added 10 points.

PVHS 49, Searsport 43

At Howland, Joey McCluskey and Adam Calendar each posted a double-double to spark Penobscot Valley by Searsport. McCluskey scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds while Calendar tallied 15 points and 14 rebounds for the Howlers. Dylan McFarland scored 18 points for Searsport while Rocky Faunce added 11.

Calvary Chapel 54, GHCA 51

At Orrington, Luke Martin scored eight of his 16 points in the third quarter to help Calvary Chapel pull away and win against Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Zach Austin led the Sabers with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Josh Monroe added 12 points and five blocks. Chad Duff and Michael Willey scored 17 points apiece to pace the Eagles.

Mt. Blue 89, Nokomis 36

At Newport, Ben Russell scored 37 points to lead Mt. Blue of Farmington to victory over Nokomis. Jamie Sawyer had 17 points for Mt. Blue. Ryan Backus and Adam Wiles-Rosell each scored 10 points. Jordan Richards led the Warriors with 15 points.

Fort Fairfield 56, Madawaska 36

At Fort Fairfield, Matt Cresenzo scored eight of his game-high 16 points in the third quarter as the Ti-gers pulled away from the Owls. Madawaska held a 21-20 halftime lead, but Fort Fairfield outscored the Owls 19-4 in the third quarter to take control. Austin Dufour and Doug Sharpe each added nine points and six rebounds for Fort Fairfield, while John McNamee had eight points and 10 rebounds. Adam Des-rosier led Madawaska with 14 points.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Houlton 55, Lee 43

At Lee, Vanessa Sanderson scored 26 points to lead Houlton past Lee Academy. Lainey Herring added nine points for the Shiretowners. Heidi Sapper led the Pandas with 16 points. Kellsey Grass chipped in nine points.

Easton 45, East Grand 43

At Danforth, Sydney Trask led a balanced attack with 10 points as the Bears picked up their first vic-tory of the season. Kelsey Daoust scored a game-high 17 points to go with seven rebounds for East Grand. Nikki Tuck added 13 points and 12 rebounds, while Tisheena Roy grabbed 10 rebounds.

Jonesport-B 48, DI-Stonington 47

At Jonesport, Hannah Carver scored 15 points and posted 10 rebounds as Jonesport-Beals edged Deer Isle-Stonington. BreAnna Beal added 11 points for the Royalettes. Audra Eaton paced Deer Isle-Stonington with 10 points.

Old Town 45, Hermon 41

At Hermon, Ashley Abbott tallied 14 points to lead Old Town by Hermon. Sarah Wilcox chipped in with 10 points for the Coyotes. Katie Durgin scored 14 points for Hermon while Victoria Davenport grabbed 10 rebounds.

PVHS 46, Bangor Chr. 45 (2OT)

At Johnston Gymnasium, Bangor, Casey McCloskey and Kirstie Dawson combined to scored seven of Penobscot Valley’s 12 points during the overtime periods as the Howlers defeated Bangor Christian in two overtimes. Bangor Christian’s Whitney Holmes hit a three-pointer at the buzzer tie it at 34-34 and force overtime. Dawson scored 20 points to pace Penobscot Valley. McCloskey added 10 points. Kelly Robinson led the Patriots with 21 points. Holmes and Meredith Bean had nine points apiece.

Messalonskee 75, Brewer 52

At Oakland, Hannah Dexter scored 18 points as Messalonskee beat Brewer. Ariana Perry had 15 points for Messalonskee and Kaitlyn Deering added 12 points. Melanie Judkins led the Witches with nine points.

Presque Isle 68, Bucksport 24

At Presque Isle, Kayla Legassie scored a game-high 16 points to power Presque Isle by Bucksport. Sarah Porter added 14 points for the Wildcats. Liz Beeson paced Bucksport with eight points.

MDI 46, Caribou 28

At Caribou, Megan Phelps scored 20 points as Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor defeated Caribou. Sara Carroll had 13 points for the Trojans. Katie Ouellette and Jenna Selander scored eight points apiece to lead Caribou.

Fort Kent 63, Penquis 46

At Fort Kent, Taylor Boucher netted 11 of his game-high 24 points in the first quarter to lead Fort Kent by Penquis of Milo. Emily Pelletier added 21 points for the Warriors. Erica Lyford paced Penquis with 19 points while Morgan Royal added 12.

So. Aroostook 53, Ashland 30

At Ashland, Brittany Charette tallied 12 points to lead Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook to victory. Crystal Cook scored 11 points to pace Ashland.

Central 40, Dexter 27

At Corinth, Hannah Pray tallied 10 of her game-high 17 points in the second quarter to propel Central by Dexter. Sara Atwater paced Dexter with eight points.

Maranacook 34, MCI 33

At Pittsfield, Hannah Clough scored nine points as Maranacook of Readfield edged Maine Central In-stitute. Katie Dore chipped in with eight points for the Black Bears. Celeste Michaud paced MCI with 11 points while Kristy Huff added 10.

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BOY’S HOCKEY

Brewer 5, Biddeford 0

At Brewer, Ryan Nadeau scored two goals and grabbed three assists as Brewer shut out Biddeford. Dy-lan Fitzpatrick tallied a goal and three assists. Steven Farley and Andy Bush each added a goal while Chris Lopez posted two assists for 3-0 Brewer. Eric White stopped all 21 shots he faced for the Witches. Cody Petit made 30 saves on 35 shots for 1-1 Biddeford. JV: Biddeford 2-1

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

UNE 83, UM-Farmington 82

At Farmington, the University of New England of Biddeford held off a late rally by the University of Maine at Farmington to claim victory Saturday. Quentin Thompson scored 24 points to lead the Nor’Easters. Anthony Johnson had 15 points and Jaykyri Simpson added 11 points. Josh Tanguay led UM-Farmington with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Eric Lelansky scored 17 points and Eric Taylor added 15 points.

UMass Dartmouth 65, USM 46

At North Dartmouth, Mass., Brandon Shelton totaled 19 points, nine rebounds, three assists and three steals as the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth downed the University of Southern Maine Satur-day. Matt Walker added 18 points for UMass Dartmouth and Reece Freeman had 10 assists. Greg Whi-taker scored 11 points to pace the Huskies. Otis Smith had 11 rebounds and seven points.

Star City Invitational

At Presque Isle, the University of Maine at Fort Kent and Maine Maritime Academy captured wins Sunday in the Star City Invitational. UMFK beat Unity College 94-40 while MMA defeated UMPI 90-78. On Saturday, UMPI downed Unity 105-41 and UMFK defeated MMA 87-76. In Saturday’s first game, Ray Mitchell had 26 points, 16 rebounds and four steals to lead UMPI. Nate Kelly led Unity with 20 points. In Saturday’s second game, Bradon Fox had 22 points, nine rebounds and four blocks for UMFK. Derek Di-Frederico paced the Mariners with 19 points and five assists. In Sunday’s first game, Jake Manner had 23 points and 14 rebounds for MMA. Ronald Spencer scored 20 points to lead UMPI. In Sunday’s second game, Jimmy Lopez had 24 points for the Bengals while Unity was led by Nate Kelly’s 15 points. MMA’s DiFrederico and Paul Campbell were named to the all-tournament team along with UMFK’s Lopez and Hamill Bassue, UMPI’s Mitchell and Ben Rosser and Unity’s Kelly and Tim Massell.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

WPI 79, Thomas 60

At Waterville, Natasha Deschene and Serena Dubois combined for 37 points to help lift Worcester Polytechnic Institute by Thomas College. Deschene scored 19 points while Dubois added 18 for the Engi-neers. Amy Miles paced Thomas with 12 points while Mallorie Blakney chipped in with 10.

UNE 63, UM-Farmington 52

At Farmington, the University of New England outscored the University of Maine-Farmington 19-8 in the final seven minutes to earn the victory. Kelley Paradis and Alli Gamache each scored 15 points to lead the Nor’easters. Caitlyn Laflin netted 15 points for UMF while Ashley Busque added 12.

USM 61, UMass Dartmouth 48

At North Dartmouth, Mass., Nicole Paradis scored 11 points to lead the University of Southern Maine of Gorham past the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Saturday. Stacey Kent had nine points and eight rebounds for the Huskies.

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Maine 2, Union 2 (OT)

At Orono, neither Candice Currier of the University of Maine nor Union College’s Lundy Day allowed a goal through the overtime. Lexie Hoffmeyer scored an unassisted goal at 2:54 in the second period to put the 4-13-2 Black Bears on the board. Dawn Sullivan added a goal just 56 seconds into the third to give Maine a 2-0 lead. Jenna Ouellette provided the assist. Union (2-16-2) scored two unanswered goals to tie it in the third. Kelly Alyea and Jackie Koetteritz scored. Currier saves 29 of 31 shots for Maine and Day turned away 12 of 14 shots.

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