Dec. 19 Scores and Highlights

Posted Dec. 19, 2008, at 9:10 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Brewer 67, Edward Little 64

Caribou 48, Mattanawcook 39

Cen. Aroostook 99, Wisdom 57

Foxcroft 57, Central 51

Hampden 60, Cony 58

Hodgdon 50, LCS/MSSM 25

Jonesport-Beals 69, Deer Isle-Stonington 60

Madawaska 53, Houlton 27

Orono 51, Dexter 28

Piscataquis 62, Bangor Chr. 55

Stearns 65, Penquis 34

Washington Acad. 77, Machias 51

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ashland 32, Easton 12

Bangor 47, Lewiston 31

Bangor Christian 47, Lee 20

Central Aroostook 63, Wisdom 33

Cony 46, Hampden 40

Edward Little 45, Brewer 22

George Stevens 49, DI-Stonington 38

John Bapst 49, Bucksport 32

MDI 61, Ellsworth 21

Nokomis 45, Mount Ararat 43

Stearns 48, Penobscot Valley 40

Woodland 50, Calais 44

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BOYS HOCKEY

Gardiner 6, Presque Isle 4

Winslow 4, Houlton-Hodgdon 3

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ALPINE SKIING

Saturday’s Cancellation

At Fort Kent

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bates 58, Husson 47

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Boys basketball

Hodgdon 50, LCS/MSSM 25

At Limestone, Andrew McGillicuddy netted 19 points to propel Hodgdon to victory over Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Daniel McGillicuddy chipped in with 13 points for the Hawks. Jason Levesque scored nine points to lead the Eagles.

Madawaska 53, Houlton 27

At Madawaska, Jamie Cyr totaled 15 points, 16 rebounds, three blocks and three steals as Madawaska defeated Houlton. Brandon Bosse also scored 15 points for the Owls. Adam Derosier chipped in 10 points. Jordan Codrey led Houlton with nine points.

Stearns 65, Penquis 34

At Millinocket, Garen Manzo scored eight of his 12 points in the third quarter as the Minutemen pulled away from the Patriots of Milo. Tyler Richards posted a game-high 17 points to pace Stearns. Ryan Bailey powered the Patriots with 15 points.

Washington Acad. 77, Machias 51

At Machias, Noah Von Rotz led a balanced attack with 14 points as the Raiders of East Machias de-feated their neighboring rivals. Ben Teer scored 13 points for Washington Academy, while Justin Mor-ren scored 10. Ty Richards led Machias with 15 points, while Michael Jenkins added 12.

Jonesport-B 69, DI-Stonington 60

At Jonesport, Matt Alley posted 17 points to lead Jonesport-Beals by Deer Isle-Stonington. Andrew Beal and Tyler Turcotte each netted 16 points while Lucas Holmes added 14 rebounds for the Royals. Eben Powers scored a game-high 31 points and grabbed 21 rebounds to lead Deer Isle-Stonington. Dustin Powers and Evan Rollings added 11 points apiece.

Piscataquis 62, Bangor Chr. 55

At Guilford, Aaron Ward came off the bench to hit four 3-pointers in a four-minute span of the second half, helping the Pirates overcome a 13-point deficit on their way to victory. Ward finished with 12 points, while Nolan Lovell led Piscataquis with 17 points and eight rebounds. Dylan Izbicki grabbed 11 rebounds. Brett Bradford paced Bangor Christian with 15 points and Tyler Alexander netted 13.

Orono 51, Dexter 28

At Orono, Kash Keezer scored eight points in the third quarter and Morgan Talty added five when the Red Riots outscored the Tigers 18-5 to pull away for the victory. Talty paced the winners with 13 points and Keezer added 12. Andrew Lary led Dexter with 10 points.

Caribou 48, Mattanawcook 39

At Lincoln, Cameron Anderson registered 16 points as Caribou topped Mattanawcook Academy. Eric Brown chipped in with nine points for the Vikings. Brady Vose scored a game-high 22 points to pace Mattanawcook Academy.

Cen. Aroostook 99, Wisdom 57

At St. Agatha, Manny Martinez netted 22 points including six 3-pointers to spark Central Aroostook of Mars Hill by Wisdom. Dan Brewer scored 16 points while Shawn McIntyre and Kasey Brewer added 11 points apiece for the Panthers. Curtis Picard led Wisdom with 18 points while Kurtis Daigle chipped in with 11.

Brewer 67, Edward Little 64

At Brewer, Dom Drake scored 22 points and Coby Hutchins added 20 as the Witches improved to 5-0. Brewer never trailed after Hutchins hit a jumper to give the Witches a 6-4 lead less than three minutes into the contest. Brewer’s advantage was 30-24 at the break, and grew to as much as 10 points late in the third quarter. The Red Eddies (3-1) battled back, getting to within a single point twice in the fourth quar-ter, the final time at 65-64 on a drive by Shane Ciriello with 1:08 remaining. But Brewer then worked 48 seconds off the clock before Drake was fouled. He made 1 of 2 from the line before Yusef Iman missed a 3-pointer and a follow-up shot on Edward Little’s next possession. Hutchins added a free throw with 0.4 seconds left. Billy Bissell added 11 points for Brewer, while Tyler Bessette had eight points and eight assists and Kyle O’Connell dished out seven assists. James Philbrook led Edward Little of Auburn with 13 points and 13 rebounds. Corey Therriault added 13 points and seven rebounds, while Sean Daigle had 12 points and seven rebounds.

Hampden 60, Cony 58

At Hampden, Brad Dolan posted a game-high 18 points and 11 rebounds as the Broncos held off the Rams of Augusta. The Broncos held the lead and the ball in the fourth quarter, forcing the Rams to foul in an attempt to catch up. Cony missed a tying field goal attempt at the buzzer. Nolan Turner contributed 14 points for the Broncos, and Jacob Moore and Noah Burdick added 13 each. Greg O’Neill led the Rams with 14 points, and Walker Cooper had 10.

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Girls basketball

Cen. Aroostook 63, Wisdom 33

At St. Agatha, Rachel Grew and Victoria McIntyre scored a game-high 25 points each to power Central Aroostook of Mars Hill by Wisdom. Hayley Cyr paced Wisdom with 11 points.

Cony 46, Hampden 40

At Hampden Academy, Chelsea Arbour scored 12 of her game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter as Cony of Augusta held on for its second victory. The 2-3 Rams built a 26-13 first-half lead only to see the Broncos slowly chip away in the third quarter, outscoring Cony 9-4 to get back into the contest. Michaela Stephenson’s 3-pointer from the top of the key with 5:07 left drew 1-4 Hampden to within two, but Arbour scored the next five points, capped by a fast-break layup off a Mackenzie Dufour steal, to stretch the lead up to nine with 3:10 to play. Hampden got no closer than five after that. Arbour was rock-solid for coach Karen Sirois, connecting on 8 of 14 field goals including 3 of 7 from 3-point range. Brittany Ford was the other Ram in double figures with 11 points while Olivia Bolvin had six rebounds. Julia Snyder paced the Broncos with 13 points and nine rebounds while Stephenson and Kayla Webb finished with eight points apiece.

Woodland 50, Calais 44

At Woodland, Julia Nicholas scored 12 points to help push Woodland past Calais. Molly White had 10 points for the Dragons. Hillary Hollingdale paced Calais with 14 points while Alex McVicar chipped in 10 points.

GSA 49, DI-Stonington 38

At Deer Isle, George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill out scored Deer Isle-Stonington 22-3 in the third quarter to capture victory. Maddie Park had eight points in the third for the Eagles and Alida Peake added seven points. Park totaled 14 to pace George Stevens and Peake scored 11 points. Audra Eaton and Anika Powers scored 13 points apiece for the Mariners.

MDI 61, Ellsworth 21

At Ellsworth, Brailee Black scored 10 points and Megan Phelps added eight as the Trojans improved their record to 3-1. Sarah Stanley paced Ellsworth with eight points.

John Bapst 49, Bucksport 32

At the Bangor Auditorium, Sam Gormley scored 10 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Cru-saders to victory. John Bapst scored the game’s first 14 points to take command. Sadie Wight netted a game-high 12 points for Bucksport.

Bangor Christian 47, Lee 20

At Eastern Maine Community College, host Bangor Christian outscored Lee Academy 18-2 in the sec-ond quarter to run away with the win. Whitney Holmes led all scorers with 17 points while Kelly Robin-son totaled 15 for the Patriots. Camisha Doten and Morgan McGaw scored five points apiece for Lee.

Bangor 47, Lewiston 31

At Red Barry Gym in Bangor, Hillary Throckmorton scored eight points in the third quarter to pace the Rams past the Blue Devils. Throckmorton finished with a game-high 20 points. Kim Archibald led Lewiston with 10 points.

Stearns 48, Penobscot Valley 40

At Howland, Kirsten Marter and Samantha Lyons scored 15 points apiece to lead Stearns of Milli-nocket past Penobscot Valley. Adriana Eurich added eight points for the Minutemen. Casey McCloskey paced the Howlers with 19 points.

Edward Little 45, Brewer 22

At Brewer, Kirsten Prue poured in a game-high 22 points to lead Edward Little of Auburn by Brewer. Francesca Lally added 11 points for the Red Eddies. Terri Boulier posted nine points to pace Brewer.

Nokomis 45, Mount Ararat 43

At Newport, sophomore Danielle Watson sank a pair of free throws with 3.1 seconds remaining in regulation to give the host Warriors the victory. Mary Badeen and Kara Batchelder netted 15 points apiece while Watson finished with 11 for Nokomis. Hannah Fenwick scored 20 points for Mount Ararat of Tospham.

Hodgdon 35, LCS/MSSM 32

At Limestone, Hodgdon jumped out to a 13-3 first-quarter lead before holding on to win in overtime. Chelsea Sloat led all scorers with 13 points for the Hawks. Stacy Bernier had nine points for Lime-stone/Maine School of Science and Math.

Ashland 32, Easton 12

At Easton, Taylor Baker scored 13 points and Suzanne Poulin added 10 as the Hornets earned the vic-tory. Abigail Poole and Sarah Plourde led Easton with three points each.

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Boys Hockey

Gardiner 6, Presque Isle 4

At Presque Isle, Mike Hersom tallied a goal in each period to lead Gardiner by Presque Isle. Forrest Chadwick netted two goals and had an assist for Gardiner. Zoe Fisk added a goal and an assist while Jor-dan Carradonna grabbed an assist. Chris Howe stopped 15 of 19 shots for the 2-0 Tigers. Dylan Collins posted two goals to lead Presque Isle. Josh Buck and Brennen Shaw each added a goal while Zak Camp-bell and Steve Ford each had an assist. Nic Davis made 33 saves on 38 shots for the 1-2-1 Wildcats.

Winslow 4, Houlton-Hodgdon 3

At Millar Civic Center, Houlton, Todd Brow broke the 3-3 tie by scoring off a Kevin Martin assist with just 19 seconds left in regulation to give Winslow the win over Houlton-Hodgdon. Brow added a goal in the first period for 2-1 Winslow. Nick Bourgoin and Nate Martin also scored. Patrick Thorne, Dan Clark and Charlie Kriegel recorded assists. Ryan Cormier turned away 30 of 33 shots. Cody Briggs led 0-2-1 Houlton-Hodgdon with two goals. Craig Buxton had a goal and an assist. Logan Holmes and Taylor Mar-tin provided assists. Malik Abouleish stopped 26 of 30 shots.

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Men’s basketball

Bates 58, Husson 47

At Lewiston, Bates rookie head coach Jon Furbush wasn’t too happy with his team’s 22 turnovers, but that was about the only thing he could scowl over in Friday night’s game against Husson University. The Bobcats used a 13-0 scoring run late in the first half to take firm control of the game and didn’t look back en route to the win over the Eagles of Bangor. Furbush’s Bobcats evened their record to 4-4 after out-shooting Husson 50 to 27.6 percent from the field and outrebounding the Eagles 32-19 on the defensive boards and 40-30 overall. “Even though we were turning the ball over, we were sticking to our game plan — move the ball, get reversals, look high-low — and we got great shots almost every time down,” said Furbush, a 2005 Bates graduate and one of the youngest NCAA Division III coaches in the country. Bates’ balanced scoring effort was led by starting forward Brian Ellis and reserve frontcourt player Jimmy O’Keefe, who each scored 10 points. Sean Wirth led the Bobcats with 10 rebounds and Brewer’s Chris Wilson dished out a game-high eight assists. Warren’s Matt MacKenzie led the 1-6 Eagles with 13 points and seven rebounds. The next-highest scorer was junior Brock Bradford, a guard from Kenduskeag, with nine points.

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