Dec. 27-28 Scores, Highlights and Postponements

Orono freshman Dan Perry (right) sweeps the puck away from Houlton-Hodgdon sophomore Dylan Gard (left) in the second period of Saturday's game at Alfond Arena in Orono.  Buy Photo
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Orono freshman Dan Perry (right) sweeps the puck away from Houlton-Hodgdon sophomore Dylan Gard (left) in the second period of Saturday's game at Alfond Arena in Orono. Buy Photo
Bangor Daily News
Posted Dec. 28, 2008, at 4:38 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Central 44, Caribou 42, OT

Edward Little 53, Brunswick 50

Ellsworth 69, Bucksport 52

Hermon 48, MDI 41

Katahdin 80, Central Aroostook 70

Lubec 61-52, Elan 57-66

Narraguagus 86, Jonesport-Beals 78

Orono 64, John Bapst 45

Piscataquis 41, Penobscot Valley 36

Shead 66, DI-Stonington 54

Saturday’s Postponements

Fort Kent at Penquis, no date

Southern Aroostook at Easton, Jan. 19

Saturday’s Exhibition Results

Medomak Valley Holiday Classic

Boothbay 61, Belfast 57

Lincoln Acad. 61, Wiscasset 53 (OT)

Rockland 56, Freeport 31

Medomak Valley 60, Georges Valley 21

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Bangor Chr. 67, Searsport 22

Bucksport 46, Ellsworth 31

Cheverus 51, Thornton 40

Deer Isle-Stonington 53, Shead 27

Foxcroft 47, Dexter 28

Greely 38, Mountain Valley 34

Katahdin 34, Central Aroostook 31

Lubec 72-88, Elan 21-15

Massabesic 53, Westbrook 42

Noble 42, Kennebunk 30

Penobscot Valley 56, Piscataquis 15

Scarborough 65, Biddeford 56

Stearns 58, Schenck 40

Washington Acad. 73, Narraguagus 33

Saturday’s Postponements

Fort Kent at Penquis, no date

Southern Aroostook at Easton, Jan. 19

Saturday’s Exhibition Results

Medomak Valley Holiday Classic

Belfast 57, Boothbay 21

Camden Hills 67, Wiscasset 30

Rockland 55, Freeport 49

Medomak Valley 55, Georges Valley 30

BOYS HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Brewer 5, Cony 0

Houlton-Hodgdon 1, Orono 0

COLLEGE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Sunday’s Results

Saint Joseph’s 74, Maine 46

MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 5, Salve Regina 1

Florida College Classic

Colgate 3, Maine 2 (OT)

Cornell 3, St. Cloud State 2

Sunday’s Results

Florida College Classic

Consolation

Maine 3, St. Cloud State 3 (OT), Maine won shootout 1-0

Championship

Cornell 2, Colgate 2 (OT), Cornell won shootout 2-0

Salem State Classic

Championship

Salem State 4, Bowdoin 3 (OT)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Katahdin 80, Central Aroostook 70

At Stacyville, Brandon Robinson scored 16 points in the second half, helping Katahdin close out a 26-18 fourth-quarter run to lead the Cougars past Central Aroostook of Mars Hill. Robinson totaled 22 points to lead Katahdin. Ethan Qualey scored 19 points, Lucas Craig had 13 points and Evan McCarthy added 10 points. Manny Martinez paced the Panthers with 27 points while Caleb Kelly chipped in 14.

Central 44, Caribou 42 (OT)

At Corinth, Matt St. Peter scored the only basket in overtime with two minutes left to lift Central past Caribou. St. Peter finished with 10 points including five in the fourth quarter to lead Central, which overcame a 10-point, first-half deficit. Cameron Anderson paced Caribou with a game-high 18 points.

Ellsworth 69, Bucksport 52

At Ellsworth, Ryan Petros connected for 19 points to lead the Eagles to their fifth victory. Andrew Austin tossed in 16 points for Ellsworth. Kyle McGeechan scored 19 points to pace Bucksport. Dylan Dedmon contributed 16 points.

Lubec, Elan split

At Bangor, Timmy Gross netted 19 points as Lubec topped Elan of Poland 61-57 in overtime in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. Elan defeated Lubec in the second game 66-52. In the first game, Chase Fitzsimmons and Tim Farmer scored 14 points each for Lubec. Jack Peters paced Elan with 17 points. Elvis Rueda scored 13 points while Sumner Queen added 10. In the second game, Peters tallied 18 points to lead Elan to victory. Rueda scored 17 points and Jordan Vachon and Queen added 14 points apiece. Tim Farmer paced Lubec with a game-high 21 points and Jordan Jones added 10.

Shead 66, Deer Isle-Stonington 54

At Eastport, Wayne Clossey and Justin Lewey scored 20 points apiece to power Shead by Deer Isle-Stonington. Dave Medeiros added 12 points for the Tigers. Tyler Mitchell tallied 11 rebounds and 11 assists while Clossey posted 13 rebounds. Joe Carter led Deer Isle-Stonington with 18 points. Evan Rollins scored 14 points while Eben Powers chipped in with 10.

Narraguagus 86, Jonesport-Beals 78

At Jonesport, Andrew Polley ignited an 11-3 run with less than 2:30 left in the game by making two consecutive 3-pointers to break the 75-all tie and lead Narraguagus of Harrington to victory. Polley led the Knights with 18 points, Blake Chase scored 15 points and Stephen Strout contributed 14 points and 14 rebounds. Josh Beal also scored 14 points and Josh Maillet added 11 points. Matt Alley paced Jonesport-Beals with 20 points. Tyler Turcotte had 17 points and 10 rebounds. Andrew Beal scored 13 points and Harry Beal chipped in 10 points.

Hermon 48, MDI 41

At Bar Harbor, Taylor Gross tallied 16 points to lead Hermon to victory over Mount Desert Island. Andy Ball scored 14 points while Kevin Tarr chipped in with 10 for the Hawks. Jasper Cousins paced MDI with 14 points.

Piscataquis 41, Penobscot Valley 36

At Howland, Damien Bridge stole the ball with 31 seconds remaining and scored on a layup to seal the game for Piscataquis of Guilford. Piscataquis led just 38-36 before the steal. Bridge and Corbin Shufelt scored 14 points apiece to lead the Pirates. Joey McCloskey had 12 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocks to pace Penobscot Valley.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Katahdin 34, Central Aroostook 31

At Stacyville, Olivia McNally scored 13 points as Katahdin squeaked by Central Aroostook of Mars Hill. Vicki McIntyre paced the Panthers with 18 points.

Deer Isle-Stonington 53, Shead 27

At Eastport, Audra Eaton’s 17-point effort carried the Mariners to victory. Janelle Ciomei scored 11 points and Anika Powers netted 10 for Deer Isle-Stonington. Robyn Stuart paced Shead with eight points and 10 rebounds.

Washington Acad. 73, Narraguagus 33

At Harrington, Taylor Seeley registered a game-high 24 points to spark Washington Academy of East Machias by Narraguagus. Irene Lewey chipped in with nine points for the Raiders. Andrea Perry scored nine points to pace Narraguagus.

Bangor Christian 67, Searsport 22

At Eastern Maine Community College, Bangor, Meredith Bean scored 10 of her 16 points in the first quarter as Bangor Christian defeated Searsport. Emma Johnson had 12 points for the Patriots. Olivia Quigley and Shannon Higgins scored five points apiece to lead Searsport.

Lubec sweeps Elan

At Bangor, Shelby Searles led five Lubec scorers in double figures with 26 points as the Hornets defeated Elan of Poland in the second game of a doubleheader on Saturday. Lubec defeated Elan in the first game 72-21. In the first game, Searles led Lubec with 22 points. Krista Wright and Amanda Huntley scored 13 points apiece while Odessa Gallant and Megan Huntley each added 10 points. Viviona Rabowitz paced Elan with 11 points. In the second game, the Hornets opened up the game with a 33-0 run. Amanda Huntley netted 22 points while Megan Huntley scored 13. Wright and Gallant added 12 points apiece for Lubec. Rabowitz led Elan with six points.

Penobscot Valley 56, Piscataquis 15

At Howland, senior Casey McCloskey scored a season-high 29 points and added 12 steals as Penobscot Valley routed Piscataquis of Guilford. McCloskey scored 17 points, including all four 3-pointers, in the first quarter. Kirstie Dawson had 14 points for the Howlers. Shazery Bravi and Julia Shaffer scored five points apiece to lead the Pirates.

Stearns 58, Schenck 40

At East Millinocket, Kirsten Marter scored 14 points to lead Stearns of Millinocket past Schenck. Samantha Lyons had 13 points for the Minutemen. Adriana Eurich scored 12 points and Rebecca Leavitt added 10 points. Lauren Lowell paced Schenck with 14 points.

HOCKEY

Brewer 5, Cony 0

At Kennebec Ice Arena in Hallowell, Nick Risser netted two goals as undefeated Brewer shut out Cony of Augusta. Jamie Williamson, Tyler White and Matt Helfen each added a goal for Brewer. Evan Nadeau grabbed two assists while White had one. Eric White stopped all 18 shots he faced for the 6-0 Witches. Matt Swan made 18 saves on 23 shots for 1-4 Rams.

Houlton-Hodgdon 1, Orono 0

At Alfond Arena in Orono, senior Elliot Mooers scored early in the second period and Malik Abouleish made 14 saves as the Black Hawks posted their first victory. Houlton-Hodgdon improved to 1-3-1. Orono fell to 2-5. Mooers, who was assisted by Ashir Abouleish, had the puck along the extended goal line and came out front before sweeping the puck past goalie Andrew Kozerow. Kozerow finished with 17 saves.

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