Dec. 15 Scores and Highlights

Posted Dec. 15, 2008, at 8:13 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Ashland 66, GHCA 50

Averill 58, Highview Christian 35

DI-Stonington 46, George Stevens 41

Lawrence 61, Bangor 52

Medomak Valley 51, Esrkine 45

Shead 80, Lubec 53

So. Aroostook 92, LCS/MSSM 69

Stearns 41, Penobscot Valley 35

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Averill 58, Highview Christian 35

Bangor Christian 37, Sumner 32

Fort Fairfield 47, Washburn 31

GHCA 40, Ashland 27

Highview Chr. 35, Averill 24

Katahdin 51, Hodgdon 45

Lawrence 41, Bangor 39

Lubec 67, Shead 52

Narraguagus 65, Machias 59

Old Town 48, Foxcroft 42

Schenck 57, Orono 48

Stearns 58, Houlton 55

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BOYS HOCKEY

Monday’s Results

Old Town 10, Lisbon 1

Presque Isle 7, Orono 4

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Lawrence 61, Bangor 52

At Fairfield, Brooks Spaulding scored 22 points as Lawrence beat Bangor. Ben Violette had 16 points for the Bulldogs. Ryan Larochelle led the Rams with 14 points. Nate Frazier and Dan Taft scored 11 points apiece.

So. Aroostook 92, LCS/MSSM 69

At Dyer Brook, Dakota Sleeper totaled 24 points and 11 assists to lead Southern Aroostook past Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Cody Robinson scored 23 points for the Warriors as Tyler Robinson and Mike Casey added 14 points apiece. Brad Hopkins scored 18 points to lead the Eagles. Chris Parent had 15 points and Dylan Caldwell chipped in 11 points.

Ashland 66, GHCA 50

At the University of Maine in Presque Isle, Jeremy Tarr and Lucas Hafford each scored 17 points to lift Ashland over Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Tony Baker added 13 points for the Hornets. Ted Bowers and Zach Straubel scored 12 points apiece for the Eagles. Micah Wiley chipped in 11 points.

Shead 80, Lubec 53

At Eastport, Wayne Clossey had 24 points and eight rebounds to lead the Shead Tigers past the visiting Hornets. Tyler Mitchell had 17 points and nine rebounds while Thomas Pottle scored 15 points for the Tigers. Timmy Gross led the Hornets with 32 points.

Stearns 41, PVHS 35

At Howland, Tyler Richards scored nine points to lead a balanced scoring attack and help Stearns of Millinocket upend Penobscot Valley. Joey McCluskey scored 15 points and Ethan Babineau added 12 for the Howlers.

DI-Stonington 46, GSA 41

At Deer Isle, Eben Powers had 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists as Deer Isle-Stonington held off charging George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill. Joey Carter had 12 points, seven rebounds and four steals for the Mariners. Nick Saunders led the Eagles with 13 points and Rashad Frazier added 12 points.

Medomak 51, Erskine 45

At Waldoboro, Alex MacKenzie scored 27 points to go with 14 rebounds to lead Medomak Val-ley to victory over Erskine Academy of South China. Nick Grady and Devon Veilleux scored 13 points apiece for the Eagles.

Averill 58, Highview Christian 35

At Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, Zach Morse scored a game-high 30 points to lead Averill School of Hinckley past Highview Christian Academy of Charleston. Stefan Rowe scored 18 and Nate Allard added 10 for the Knights.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

John Bapst 41, Mattanawcook 33

At Lincoln Saturday, Sam Maquillan nailed 4-of-4 free throws in the fourth quarter as the unbeaten Crusaders of Bangor held off a Mattanawcook rally for their third victory. Samantha Gormley paced the winners with 22 points and Morgan Chasse added seven. Brooke Hanscom and Renee Libbey each scored nine points for the Lynx.

Katahdin 51, Hodgdon 45

At Hodgdon, Olivia McNally scored five of her 16 points in the fourth quarter as Katahdin of Stacyville held off Hodgdon. Jalisa Moore scored 12 points for the Cougars and Melissa Duffy added 11 points. Kate Duff led Hodgdon with 11 points. Jill London had 11 rebounds and Taylor Hovey recorded four steals.

Highview Chr. 35, Averill 24

At Eastern Maine Community College, Bangor, Alexandra Booker totaled 10 points and eight steals to lead Highview Christian Academy or Charleston past Averill on Hinckley. Elizabeth Hanson had nine points and 17 rebounds for the Knights. Heather Dunfee added eight points and eight rebounds and Brittany Loreda chipped in nine rebounds. Dorothy Leighton led Averill with 18 points.

Lawrence 41, Bangor 39

At Red Barry Gym in Bangor, Lawrence of Fairfield held Bangor to two fourth-quarter field goals and outscored the Rams 13-9 from the free throw line to hold on for a KVAC Class A victory. Bangor had a chance to tie in the final seconds, but Hillary Throckmorton’s running 10-footer rolled off. Kelli Murray scored eight of her game-high 13 points in the second half for 2-1 Lawrence while Haley McGee tallied nine. Grace Chavis hauled down five rebounds. Throckmorton’s 10 points paced 1-2 Bangor.

GHCA 40, Ashland 27

At University of Maine at Presque Isle, Kari Brewer scored eight of her 22 points in the fourth quarter as Greater Houlton Christian Academy defeated Ashland. Kasi Parker added 13 points for the Eagles. Taylor Baker scored 10 points to pace Ashland.

Fort Fairfield 47, Washburn 31

At Washburn, Brooke Beaulieu and Amanda Hotham scored 15 points apiece to lift Fort Fairfield over Washburn. Rachel Palmer led Washburn with 16 points.

Narraguagus 65, Machias 59

At Harrington, Andrea Perry connected for a game-high 31 points as Narraguagus held on for the victory. Jenna Beal sank four 3-pointers en route to 14 points for the Knights. Tiara Lipton scored 21 points and Danielle Wormell 19 for Machias.

Schenck 57, Orono 48

At East Millinocket, Laura Nicholson’s 16 points help push Schenck past Orono. Sonya Brown scored 13 points for the Wolverines. Lauren Lowell had 11 points and Ashley Delogue added 10 points. Ally Sherman led Orono with 17 points. Sarah Thibeault scored 15 points and Jade Keezer had 10 points.

Bangor Christian 37, Sumner 32

At East Sullivan, Whitney Holmes scored seven of her 11 points in the fourth quarter when the Patriots held off the Tigers. Kelly Robinson paced the winners with 13 points. Lona Sargent led Sumner with 10 points.

Lubec 67, Shead 52

At Eastport, Shelby Searles scored 32 points to lead the Lubec Hornets past Shead. Krista Wright and Amanda Huntley each scored 14 points for the Hornets. Robyn Grant led Shead with 23 points and Vanessa Patterson added 12.

Stearns 58, Houlton 55

At Houlton, Kirsten Marter and Adriana Eurich scored six points each in the fourth quarter as Stearns of Millinocket battled back to beat Houlton. Marter and Eurich scored 16 points apiece to pace the Minutemen. Samantha Lyons added 14 points. Lainey Herring had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Houlton. Vanessa Sanderson added 16 points.

Old Town 48, Foxcroft 42

At Dover-Foxcroft, Sarah Wilcox scored 17 points to lead the Old Town Coyotes past Foxcroft Academy. Kaitlin Libby added 10 for the Coyotes. Vanessa Lougee scored 16 points for the Ponies.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Presque Isle 7, Orono 4

At Alfond Arena in Orono, junior Brennen Shaw scored four goals and assisted two others as Presque Isle defeated Orono. Mitch Davis scored a goal and provided three assists for the 1-1-1 Wildcats. Isaac LaJoie and Dylan Collins also scored. Nick Davis turned away 15 of 19 shots. Brandon Paul and Tanner Francis scored two goals apiece for the 0-4 Red Riots. Kirk Francis recorded two assists. Andrew Kozerow stopped 30 of 37 shots.

Old Town 10, Lisbon 1

At Ingersoll Arena in Lewiston, Cody Cross had five goals and three assists to lead the visit-ing Coyotes past Lisbon. Matt Nadeau had three goals while Derek Dubay and Ryan Dubay had one apiece for 1-1 Old Town. Dan LeBretton and Cameron Washburn combined to make 20 saves on 21 shots. Josh Prue scored the only goal for the 0-2 Greyhounds while Cam Blouin made 60 saves on 70 shots.

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SWIMMING

HIGH SCHOOL

At Bangor YWCA

Brewer girls 92, Foxcroft Academy 87

200 medley relay: Foxcroft A (Julia Kurzius, Amber Murray, Marley Clark, Erin Boyer) 2:06.27; Brewer A 2:09.08, Foxcroft B 2:13.68; 200 free: Julia Kurzius (FA) 2:14.07, Meehan (B) 2:14.17, McNally (B) 2:31.75, Grant (FA) 2:45.91, Philbrick (B) 3:21.65; 200 IM: Jessica Hodsdon (B) 2:23.84, Murray (FA) 2:32.73, Weigel (B) 3:07.39; 50 free: Erin Boyer (FA) 28.41, Fleishman (B) 28.83, Riley (B) 32.22, Lane (B) 33.00, Dever (FA) 33.77; 1 meter diving: Martina Boss (B) 139.35, LeBlanc (B) 138.40, Caron (B) 121.40; 100 butterfly: Marley Clark (FA) 1:06.52, Kudsi (FA) 1:16.95, Chase (B) 1:26.24, Weigel (B) 1:30.37, Hand (B) 1:40.84; 100 free: Ashley Murray (FA) 1:01.93, Fleishman (B) 1:02.69, Clarke (FA) 1:10.34, Riley (B) 1:15.05, Rose (B) 1:18.07; 500 free: Sarah Meehan (B) 6:08.32, Boyer (FA) 6:11.49, Mills (B) 7:34.83, Patterson (B) 8:34.36; 200 free relay: Foxcroft A (Anna Kudsi, Katie Dever, Abby Grant, Mamie Clarke) 2:08.56; Brewer A 2:13.94, Brewer B 2:24.52; 100 back: Ashley Murray (FA) 1:06.49, Kurzius (FA) 1:11.56, McNally (B) 1:22.43, Chase (B) 1:23.14, Lane (B) 1:32.08; 100 breaststroke: Jessica Hodsdon (B) 1:11.06, Clark (FA) 1:17.80, Murray (FA) 1:21.19, Clarke (FA) 1:23.42, Dunn (B) 1:34.46; 400 free relay: Foxcroft A (Marley Clark, Amber Murray, Julia Kurzius, Erin Boyer) 4:10.53; Brewer A 4:19.26; Brewer B 5:16.98

Brewer boys 114, Foxcroft Academy 33

200 medley relay: Brewer A (Erik Jenkins, Matt Callahan, Brent Williams, Mark Moellentin) 2:07.79, Brewer B 2:12.98; 200 free: Caleb Woodward (B) 2:14.20, Pottle (B) 2:19.17, Moellentin (B) 2:43.55; 200 IM: Brent Williams (B) 2:15.49, Oldfield (FA) 2:19.60, Callahan (B) 2:34.64; 50 free: Zack Callahan (B) 26.73, Evans (FA) 28.33, Rossignol (B) 30.16, Pearsall (FA) 32.73, Colley (B) 34.42; 1-meter dive: Spencer Warmuth (B) 104.75 pts.; 100 fly: Matt Callahan (B) 1:05.28; 100 free: Seth Oldfield (FA) 55.07, Woodward (B) 55.38, Rossignol (B) 1:10.22, Taylor (B) 1:13, Pearsall (FA) 1:14.58; 500 free: Brent Williams (B) 5:26.45, Soto (FA) 7:31.03; 200 free relay: Brewer A (Mitchell Pottle, Erik Jenkins, Ryan Rossignol, Mark Moellentin) 1:56.92; Foxcroft A 2:0.40; Brewer B 2:16.83; 100 back: Mitchell Pottle (B) 1:13.22, Jenkins (B) 1:16.63; Stiffler (FA) 1:40.17; 100 breaststroke: Zack Callahan (B) 1:17.87; Evans (FA) 1:25.89; Moellentin (B) 1:26.50; Woodward (B) 1:31.07; Soto (FA) 1:31.83; 400 free: Brewer A (Matt Callahan, Caleb Woodward, Zack Callahan, Brent Williams) 4:00.44; Brewer B 5:18.91

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