Dec. 23 Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Dec. 23, 2008, at 8:46 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Tuesday’s Results

Biddeford 53, Kennebunk 31

Bonny Eagle 48, Marshwood 41

Brewer 63, Brunswick 61 (OT)

Bucksport 35, George Stevens 31

Cape Elizabeth 72, Poland/Whittier 42

Caribou 46, John Bapst 40

Central 48, Dexter 33

Cony 60, Nokomis 46

East Grand 82, Highview Chr. 31

Edward Little 50, Bangor 46

Erskine Acad. 53, Belfast 28

Falmouth 58, Freeport 33

Gardiner 44, Oak Hill 33

Gray-NG, York 36

Hermon 48, Penquis 39

Houlton 50, Fort Kent 33

Lawrence 51, Lewiston 50

LCS/MSSM 58, Van Buren 48

Lee Acad. 61, Woodland 54

Livermore Falls 54, Hall-Dale 42

Madawaska 80, Wisdom 48

Madison 71, Telstar 46

Mattanawcook 55, Ellsworth 49

MDI 50, Foxcroft 34

Morse 59, Messalonskee 35

Mountain Valley 90, Mount Abram 33

Mount Ararat 52, Hampden 45

Mount Desert Island 50, Foxcroft Acad. 34

Mount View 41, Winslow 40

Mt. Blue 72, Leavitt 41

Portland 62, Windham 50

Presque Isle 38, Old Town 31

Richmond 51, Valley 38

Sanford 53, Noble 46

Skowhegan 51, Oxford Hills 50

South Portland 79, Deering 65

Stearns 84, Searsport 34

Thornton Acad. 69, Gorham 45

Westbrook 66, Scarborough 47

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Tuesday’s Results

Bangor Christian 39, Piscataquis 25

Belfast 35, Erskine Acad. 28

Brewer 57, Brunswick 54 (OT)

Central Aroostook 45, Hodgdon 32

Deering 60, Biddeford 42

East Grand 35, Highview Chr. 29

Edward Little 45, Bangor 28

Falmouth 80, Freeport 30

Gorham 47, Marshwood 42

Greely 40, Yarmouth 36

Hall-Dale 54, Livermore Falls 53

Hermon 71, Penquis 39

John Bapst 40, Caribou 25

Lawrence 44, Lewiston 35

LCS/MSSM 36, Van Buren 27

Leavitt 71, Mt. Blue 38

Madison 55, Telstar 31

Mount Abram 54, Dirigo 35

Mount Ararat 47, Hampden 36

Mount View 41, Winslow 40

Noble 39, McAuley 31

Nokomis 47, Cony 37

Oak Hill 50, Gardiner 38

Orono 59, Sumner 42

Presque Isle 59, Old Town 55

Scarborough 78, Massabesic 46

Skowhegan 51, Oxford Hills 50

St. Dominic 51, North Yarmouth Acad. 31

Stearns 73, Searsport 21

Valley 46, Richmond 39

Washburn 64, Easton 11

Windham 44, Sanford 43

York 47, Gray-NG 32

Woodland 79, Lee Acad. 29

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BOYS HOCKEY

Tuesday’s Results

Bangor 11, Edward Little 1

Gardiner 4, Hampden Acad. 0

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Presque Isle 59, Old Town 55

At Presque Isle, Kayla Legassie’s 19 points and Sarah Porter’s 15 helped the undefeated Wildcats over-come Ashley Abbott’s game-high 22 points and 10 rebounds. Caitlyn Esancy and Chelsea Nickerson teamed up for 17 more Wildcat points. Katie Libby had 14 points for Old Town to complement Abbott.

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East Grand 35, Highview Chr. 29

At Eastern Maine Community College, Bangor, Kelsey Daoust scored 13 points to help lead East Grand of Danforth to its first win. Nikki Tuck added nine points for East Grand. Elizabeth Hanson paced High-view Christian of Charleston with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Alexandra Booker scored 10 points and Heather Dunfee chipped in 12 rebounds.

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Washburn 64, Easton 11

At Washburn, Rachel Palmer had 14 points, eight rebounds and five blocked shots and Meghan Sau-cier contributed 10 points, seven steals and five assists as Washburn triumphed. Felicia Cochran had 11 points and Rebecca Campbell had nine more for the winners. Sarah Sjoberg scored eight.

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Stearns 73, Searsport 21

At Millinocket, Samantha Lyons scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to spark Stearns by Searsport. Ardiana Eurich tallied 18 points while Kirsten Marter chipped in with 13 for the Minutemen. Olivia Quigley paced Searsport with eight points.

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LCS/MSSM 36, Van Buren 27

At Van Buren, the Eagles held the Crusaders to five second-half points while earning their first vic-tory of the season. Caitlin Osgood tallied 14 points and Kellie Peers scored 12 for Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Ashley Wilson netted 11 points to pace Van Buren.

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Woodland 79, Lee Acad. 29

At Lee, Woodland opened the game with a 15-0 scoring run en route to victory over Lee Academy.

Ariel Knights posted 12 points to lead the Dragons. Taylor Cochran scored 11 points while Ashley Lak-ing added 10. Lee Academy was paced by Morgan McGaw with 11 points.

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Bangor Chr. 39, Piscataquis 25

At Guilford, Meredith Bean registered 11 points to lead Bangor Christian to victory over Piscataquis.

Shazery Bravi netted 11 points to paced Piscataquis.

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John Bapst 40, Caribou 25

At Caribou, Sam Gormley pumped in 17 points to lead John Bapst of Bangor to the win. Sam Maquil-lan contributed nine points while Morgan Chasse and Kirsty Moriarty tallied eight apiece for the Cru-saders. Kristen Epling’s 10 points led Caribou.

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Mount Ararat 47, Hampden 36

At Topsham, Ariel LeDuc and Brie Martin s cored 10 points apiece to lead Mount Ararat by Hampden. Kayla Webb paced Hampden with 12 points.

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Orono 59, Sumner 42

At Orono, Jade Keezer and Elizabeth Fox netted 16 points apiece as Orono downed Sumner of East Sul-livan. Sarah Thibeault added 15 points for the Red Riots. Lona Sargent led Sumner with 20 points.

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Penobscot Valley 49, Schenck 30

At East Millinocket, Casey McCloskey tossed in 19 points as Penobscot Valley of Howland defeated Schenck. Kirstie Dawson contributed 16 points for the Howlers. Ashley Deloge’s 12 points paced Schenck.

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CAHS 45, Hodgdon 32

At Mars Hill, Rachael Grew scored 18 points and made four steals to help the Central Aroostook Pan-thers pull away. Breanna Hartin scored 11 points for the Panthers. Kate Duff had 14 points for the visit-ing Hawks.

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Edward Little 45, Bangor 28

At Auburn, the Red Eddies held the Rams to 10 second-half points to remain undefeated. Kayla Cum-mings tossed in a game-high 23 points to lead Edward Little. Stephanie Comstock paced Bangor with eight points.

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Brewer 57, Brunswick 54 (OT)

At Brewer High School, senior guard Leah Jackson scored 15 second-half points as the Brewer Witches rallied from a 10-point first-half deficit for a victory over previously undefeated Brunswick. Claire Baecher, who torched the Witches for 10 first-half points as Brunswick built a 30-22 halftime lead, nailed a 3-pointer from the top of the key with two seconds left in regulation to send the game to over-time. Sheri Valley gave the 4-2 Witches the lead for good with 2:50 to play in the extra session on a base-line drive, while Jackson sank two free throws on Brewer’s next possession to give it a four-point edge. After Meghan McLain sank a freebie with 58.5 left and Baecher scored on a baseline drive with 38 sec-onds, the Dragons missed two 3-point attempts in the final 30 seconds, including a misfire from Becky Champagne as time expired. McLain, who hit several big perimeter shots to spark Brewer’s comeback, connected for 19 points and was 4-for-5 from beyond the arc. Jackson finished with 17 and Valley notched 10. Baecher led 5-1 Brunswick with 22 points, a game-high, to go with seven rebounds. Emily Bryant added nine.

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Boys basketball

Brewer 63, Brunswick 61 (OT)

At Brewer, Dom Drake hit an eight-foot runner as time elapsed in overtime to give undefeated Brewer its sixth win. Billy Bissell had a game-high 25 points and hauled down eight rebounds for Brewer and Drake finished with 22 points, eight rebounds and six steals. Stephen Carter’s 22 points paced Bruns-wick. Mitchell Black and Rashon Edgerton contributed eight apiece.

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Mount Ararat 52, Hampden 45

At Topsham, Cam Bermette and Will Gerencer scored 15 points apiece as Mount Ararat held off Hampden Academy. Brad Dolan led the Broncos with 11 points.

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Lee Acad. 61, Woodland 54

At Lee, Tyler Doty scored eight of his game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter and posted 18 re-bounds as Lee Academy topped Woodland. Dean MacDonald scored 16 points while Ben Guido added 12 for the Pandas. Cory Rolfe, Chad James and Ben Sears paced Woodland with 13 points apiece.

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Houlton 50, Fort Kent 33

At Fort Kent, James Bates connected for 15 of his 19 points in the second half to propel the Shiretown-ers to victory. Jordan Bragan scored 10 points for Houlton. Curtis Bouchard led Fort Kent with 12 points.

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LCS/MSSM 58, Van Buren 48

At Van Buren, Chris Parent led three players in double figures with 18 points as Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics pulled away for the win. Brandon Hopkins added 16 points and Josh Forsman 11 for the Eagles. Derrick Rossignol paced Van Buren with 18 points while Johnny Allen added 12 and Jacob Giangiordano 11.

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Presque Isle 38, Old Town 31

At Presque Isle, Nate Ackerson totaled 12 points and four steals to push Presque Isle past Old Town. Ethan Braley chipped in nine points and three steals for Presque Isle. Josh Boucher led Old Town with 11 points.

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Madawaska 80, Wisdom 48

At Madawaska, D.J. Gendreau scored 18 points as Madawaska defeated Wisdom of St. Agatha. Michael Cannan had 14 points for the Owls while Jamie Cyr added eight points and 15 rebounds. Curtis Picard led Wisdom with 19 points. Alex Michaud scored 14 points.

* * *Edward Little 50, Bangor 46

At Bangor, the Edward Little Red Eddies of Lewiston used a three-point play and 3-for-3 shooting from the foul line in the last 16 seconds to pull out the victory over the Rams. Corey Therriault had a game-high 21 points and four blocks to lead the 4-1 Eddies . James Philbrook added 13 points. Dan Taft led 2-4 Bangor with 13 points and seven rebounds.

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East Grand 82, Highview Chr. 31

At Bangor, Kaleb Dicker registered a game-high 37 points including six 3-pointers to lead East Grand of Danforth by Highview Christian Academy of Charleston. Seth Cropley added 14 points for the Vikings.

Thomas Fernandez scored 12 points to pace Highview Christian.

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MDI 50, Foxcroft 34

At Mount Desert Island, Jasper Cousins scored 12 points, Nolan Hall had 11 and Nathan Chisholm added nine more as Mount Desert Island beat Foxcroft Academy. Cousins had five second-period points as MDI outscored Foxcroft 11-2 to take the lead for good. James Johnson’s 10 points and Ryan Stroud’s seven led the Ponies.

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Mattanawcook 55, Ellsworth 49

At Ellsworth, Brady Vose posted 17 points to lead Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln by Ellsworth. Kane McKinnon scored 12 points while Wayne Campbell chipped in with 11 for the Lynx. Ryan Petros led Ellsworth eith 16 points while Caleb Danico added 12.

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Bucksport 35, GSA 31

At Bucksport, Jon Goodin scored six of his 11 points in the fourth quarter as Bucksport outscored George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill 15-4 to rally past the Eagles. Dylan Dedmon, who aided Goodin with four points in the final period, grabbed nine rebounds. Rashad Frazier’s game-high 14 points and Nicholas Saunders’ eight led GSA.

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Erskine Acad. 53, Belfast 38

At Belfast, Garrett Holt tallied 15 points as Erskine Academy of South China defeated Belfast. Nick Grady chipped in with 10 points for the Eagles. Jimmy Davis paced Belfast with 14 points. Derrick Ber-nosky added 11 points.

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Central 48, Dexter 33

At Dexter, Joey Brown tossed in six of his game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter as Central of Cor-inth pulled away for the victory. Matt St. Peter scored 16 points for the winners and Cole Haskell had eight. Andrew Lary’s 10 points paced Dexter. Tyler Clukey and Tim Dustin combined for 12 more.

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Caribou 46, John Bapst 40

At Caribou, Cameron Anderson netted 12 points and Matt Till scored 11 to propel Caribou by John Bapst. Derek Smith led John Bapst with 14 points.

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Hermon 48, Penquis 39

At Milo, Colton Gross and Andy Ball scored 11 points apiece and Joel Adams teamed up with Devin Dority for 15 more as Hermon upended Penquis. Ryan Bailey’s game-high 14 points paced Penquis with Joe Leland and Bryan Russell notching nine each.

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Stearns 84, Searsport 34

At Searsport, Tyler Richards netted 18 of his game-high 26 points in the first half to power Stearns of Millinocket by Searsport. Brandon McLaughlin posted 13 points while Garen Manzo added 12 for the Minutemen. Dan Peach scored 10 points to pace the Vikings.

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HOCKEY

Gardiner 4, Hampden Acad. 0

At Brewer, Jason Ladoux netted two goals and tallied an assist to lead Gardiner by Hampden Academy. Mike Hersom and Tom Cook each added a goal for Gardiner. Clayton Peckham, Zoe Fisk and Hersom each grabbed an assist. Tony Plourde stopped all 15 shots he faced for the 4-0 Tigers. Jacob Ward made 31 saves on 35 shots for 0-4 Hampden Academy.

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Bangor 11, Edward Little 1

At Bangor, Cody McInnis scored four goals as Bangor powered past Edward Little. Joey Seccareccia, Nic Cota, Darren Casey-Covell, Nate Lewis, Dave Pardilla, Johnny Warren and Chad Kelley each netted a goal. Lewis, Pardilla and Warren grabbed three assists apiece while Nick George had two. Zach Hamilton stopped 11 of 12 shots for the 2-2 Rams. Mat Gordon scored for Edward Little on an assist from Tyler Babb. Rich Belanger made 30 saves for the 0-4 Red Eddies.

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