Jan. 2 Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 02, 2009, at 6:30 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ashland 65, Wisdom 48

Bangor 52, Skowhegan 25

Brewer 43, Lawrence 32

Camden Hills 77, Winslow 44

Caribou 47, Old Town 36

Easton 65, So. Aroostook 54

Fort Fairfield 55, Katahdin 52

Fort Kent 47, Madawaska 45

Hampden 74, Mt. Blue 70 (2OT)

Houlton 60, Hodgdon 52

Medomak 56, MCI 37

Messalonskee 76, Nokomis 53

Richmond 43, Greenville 40

Stearns 61, George Stevens 43

Washington Acad. 51, Dexter 36

Woodland 53, Jonesport-Beals 41

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ashland 49, Wisdom 27

Brewer 43, Lawrence 41

Caribou 40, Old Town 39

Deer Isle-Stonington 48, Sumner 27

Foxcroft Acad. 48, Bucksport 27

Greenville 48, Richmond 40

Hampden Acad. 41, Mt. Blue 32

Medomak Valley 69, MCI 21

Mount View 50, Gardiner 27

Schenck 54, Bangor Christian 45

Skowhegan 55, Bangor 25

Southern Aroostook 55, Easton 14

Washington Acad. 44, Dexter 31

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BOYS HOCKEY

Brewer 2, Lewiston 2 (OT)

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Jim Beaudry Classic at UNE

ECSU 87, UMFK 84 (OT)

U-New England 92, Suffolk 76

Union Invitational

Southern Maine 80, Rutgers-Newark 73 (OT)

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Holy Cross 68, Maine 63

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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Colby 4, Southern Maine 1

Maine 7, U.S. Under-18 3 (exhibition)

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saint Michael’s Tournament

Colby 4, Nichols 0

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Woodland 53, Jonesport-Beals 41

At Jonesport, Chad James made 10 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to help the Dragons break open a close game. Woodland made 15 of 19 free throws overall in the final period and 21 of 25 from the line for the game. Ben Sears paced the Dragons with 14 points, while James added 13 and Corey Rolfe scored 12. Tyler Turcotte scored 10 points for Jonesport-Beals, which lost starting center Lucas Holmes to an ankle injury early in the game.

Hampden 74, Mt. Blue 70 (2OT)

At Hampden, Jacob Moore scored a career-high 35 points to lead the host Broncos to a 74-70 double-overtime victory. Mt. Blue and Hampden, ranked third and fourth in unofficial Heal point ratings entering the game, are both 6-2, with all the losses coming on the road. Moore made 12 of 21 tries from the field and 11 of 15 from the free-throw line. The 6-foot-5 junior scored all 13 of his team’s points in the third quarter to keep Hampden close, and added eight points in the second OT. Junior guard Nolan Turner also came up big for the Broncos and scored eight points in the fourth quarter and six in overtime to finish with 19. Mt. Blue standouts Ben Russell and Jamie Sawyer scored 21 and 18 points, respectively. Mt. Blue also got 10 points and five rebounds from freshman center Cam Sennick. He started in place of Adam Wiles-Rosell, who was sidelined due to illness.

Ashland 65, Wisdom 48

At St. Agatha, Jeremy Tarr scored a game-high 30 points to lead the visiting Hornets by Wisdom. Lucas Hafford had 13 points and Jake Paradis scored 10 for the Hornets. Wisdom scored 24 points for the Pioneers and Kurtis Daigle added 13.

WA Raiders 51, Dexter 36

At Dexter, Ben Peer scored 13 points and Noah Von Rotz added 12 to spark undefeated Washington Academy of East Machias past Dexter. Andrew Lary paced Dexter with 15 points.

Houlton 60, Hodgdon 52

At Houlton, James Bates scored 10 of Houlton’s 22 third-quarter points to help the Shiretowners pull away to victory over Hodgdon. Bates totaled 16 points to lead Houlton. Jordan Bragan totaled 15 points and nine assists. Jordan Codrey and Porter Gervais scored 10 points apiece. Daniel McGillicuddy scored 15 points to pace Hodgdon. Travis Quint had 14 points and Andrew McGillicuddy added 10 points.

Fort Fairfield 55, Katahdin 52

At Stacyville, the unbeaten Tigers took a three-point lead at the half and held off the Cougars for their seventh victory. Matt Cresenzo paced the winners with 20 points while Doug Sharpe and John McNamee each added nine. Ethan Qualey nailed five 3-pointers and finished with 21 points for the Cougars. Brandon Robinson added 13.

Camden Hills 77, Winslow 44

At Rockport, Tyler McFarland recorded 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead Camden Hills past Winslow. Keegan Pieri scored 15 points for the Windjammers. Gordon Fisher had 10 points and 13 boards and Graham Safford chipped in nine points and six assists. Mike McCann led Winslow with 19 points.

Richmond 43, Greenville 40

At Greenville, Nick Woods drained a three-pointer with three seconds left in the game to lift Richmond past Greenville. Woods finished with 14 points to lead the Bobcats. Tony DiAngelo paced Greenville with a game-high 17 points.

Caribou 47, Old Town 36

At Caribou, Sam Robinson scored 19 points to help lead the Caribou Vikings by Old Town. Cameron Anderson added 13 for the Vikings. Josh Boucher was the Coyotes’ top scorer with 13 points.

Fort Kent 47, Madawaska 45

At Fort Kent, Matt Harvey and Jason Lesaldo combined to score 25 of their 35 points in the second half and lead the Warriors past Madawaska’s Owls. Harvey finished with 18 and Lesaldo had 17 for Fort Kent. Brandon Bosse had 13 points and Adam Desrosier scored 10 for the Owls.

C. Aroostook 69, Washburn 53

At Washburn, Manny Martinez led Central Aroostook of Mars Hill pas the Beavers with 23 points. Kasey Brewer had 15 points and Caleb Kelly added 10 for the Panthers. Nick McIntosh scored 14 for Washburn and Cody Frank added 12.

Easton 65, So. Aroostook 54

At Dyer Brook, Brad Trask netted 24 points to lead Easton by Southern Aroostook. Sam Bacon added 15 points for the Bears. Dakota Sleeper scored a game-high 29 points to pace Southern Aroostook.

Messalonskee 76, Nokomis 53

At Newport, Brian Bolduc scored 28 points to lead the Messalonskee Eagles of Oakland past Nokomis.Matt Ouellette and Luke Bartlett each scored 12 points for the Eagles.Chris Braley scored 17 for the Warriors.

Medomak 56, MCI 37

At Pittsfield, Alex MacKenzie connected for 19 points as Medomak Valley of Waldoboro pulled away for the win.Caleb Gistra chipped in 10 points for the Panthers.Jacob Hunt led MCI with 13 points.

Stearns 61, George Stevens 43

At Millinocket, Garen Manzo tallied a game-high 19 points to power Stearns by George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.Zack Sadlon scored 12 points while Brandon McLaughlin chipped in with 10 for the Minutemen.Nick Dolittle scored 12 points to pace George Stevens. Nick Saunders scored 11 points while Cameron Lawson added 10.

Brewer 43, Lawrence 32

At Fairfield, Dom Drake Scored 21 points to pace Brewer past the Lawrence Bulldogs.Brooks Spaulding led the Bulldogs with 16.

Bangor 52, Skowhegan 25

At Red Barry Gym in Bangor, Nathan Frazier and Nate Henigan scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, to lead the Bangor Rams past the Indians. Nate Thistle scored eight points to lead the Indians.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hampden Acad. 41, Mt. Blue 32

At Hampden, Katie Chambers scored six points in the second quarter and Ashley Danforth added five as the Broncos pulled away to their second victory. Chambers finished with a game-high 10 points, while Danforth and Whitney Moore scored eight points each. Jenna Pederson led Mt. Blue of Farmington with nine points.

So. Aroostook 55, Easton 14

At Dyer Brook, 13 different players scored as the Warriors earned the victory. Liz Bergan and Liz Goodall paced Southern Aroostook with eight points each. Sarah Plourde led Easton with four points.

Caribou 40, Old Town 39

At Caribou, Amanda Cyr sank two free throws with four seconds left to provide the margin of victory as the Vikings edged the Coyotes. Old Town missed two potential game-tying foul shots with one-tenth of a second left. Cyr, Katie Ouellette and Jenna Selander scored 11 points apiece to pace Caribou. Sarah Wilcox tossed in a game-high 15 points to lead Old Town. Ashley Abbott added nine.

Ashland 49, Wisdom 27

At Saint Agatha, Taylor Baker led a balanced attack with 10 points as the Hornets prevailed. Jessica Jimmo added nine points for Ashland. Kayla Guerrette led Wisdom with 10 points.

Schenck 54, Bangor Christian 45

At Bangor, Ashley Deloge scored nine of her 19 points in the second quarter as Schenck of East Millinocket topped Bangor Christian. Lauren Lowell added 13 points for the Wolverines. Meredith Bean led Bangor Christian with 15 points. Kelly Robinson scored 11 points while Whitney Holmes chipped in with 10.

Skowhegan 55, Bangor 25

At Skowhegan, Morgan Lambert scored 14 points as Skowhegan defeated Bangor. Kaley Brown and Adrienne Davis scored 12 points apiece for Skowhegan. Hillary Throckmorton paced the Rams with eight points.

Medomak Valley 69, MCI 21

At Waldoboro, the Panthers connected for six 3-pointers in the first half en route to their sixth victory. Erika Knutson tallied 14 points to lead Medomak Valley, while Lacey Massengale and Lindsay Ranquist scored 13 points each. Celeste Michaud paced Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield with six points.

Foxcroft 48, Bucksport 27

At Dover-Foxcroft, Vanessa Lougee had 13 points and nine rebounds as Foxcroft Academy beat Bucksport. Megan Kean totaled seven points and seven rebounds while Sabrina Sharrow added seven points and five assists. Sadie Wight paced Bucksport with 10 points.

DI-Stonington 48, Sumner 27

At Deer Isle, Holly Brewer registered 17 points to propel Deer Isle-Stonington by Sumner of East Sullivan. Audra Eaton added 15 points for the Mariners.Lona Sargent paced Sumner with nine points.

Greenville 48, Richmond 40

At Greenville, Saige Weeks scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Greenville by Richmond. Ashley Munroe netted 12 points while Gretel Breton posted six steals for the Lakers. Megan Deraps tallied 25 points to pace Richmond.

Washington Acad. 44, Dexter 31

At Dexter, Taylor Seeley netted 13 points to lead Washington Academy of East Machias to victory over Dexter. Andi Flannery chipped in with 11 points for the Raiders. Shelbee Lancaster scored nine points to pace Dexter.

Mount View 50, Gardiner 27

At Thorndike, Dakota McAdam posted 10 points as Mount View topped Gardiner. Hayleigh Kein chipped in with eight points for the Mustangs. Jess Truman tallied nine points to pace Gardiner.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Brewer 2, Lewiston 2 (OT)

At the Colisee, Lewiston, Brewer’s Eric White and Lewiston’s Cam Poussard didn’t allow a goal through the third period and overtime. Evan Nadeau tied it at 2-2 with 44 seconds remaining in the sec-ond period for 6-0-1 Brewer. Lucas Lamond and Nick Risser assisted. Risser scored the Witches’ first goal 55 seconds into the second with assists from Ryan Nadeau and Chris Lopez. Sam Cloutier scored 12:06 into the first for 3-1-1 Lewiston off assists from Robbie Leeman and Cody Dussault. Ben Wigant made it 2-1 with assists from Leeman and Ben McDonough. White turned away 23 of 25 shots for the Witches while Lewiston’s Poussard saved 26 of 28 shots. JV: Lewiston 6-1

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SWIMMING

At YWCA, Bangor

Bangor boys 124, Brewer 55

200 medley relay: Bangor B (Taylor Wicks, Doug Farrell, Ben Rapaport, Chris Berry) 1:57.55, Brewer A 1:59.16, Bangor A 2:01.24; 200 free: James Moreside (Bang) 2:02.78, Barnett (Bang) 2:06.14, McDonald (Bang) 2:12.30, Taylor (Brew) 2:37.05; 200 IM: Brent Williams (Brew) 2:12.21, Quinn (Bang) 2:12.43, Walton (Bang) 2:25.73, Kasprzak (Bang) 2:26.63; 50 free: Ihan Cameron (Bang) 24.10, Woodward (Brew) 24.51, Wicks (Bang) 24.57, Callahan (Brew) 26.48, Rapaport (Bang) 26.49; 1 meter diving: Tim Smith (Bang) 160.90, Warmuth (Brew) 126.90, Mallory-Macdonald (Bang) 107.80; 100 butter-fly: Taylor Wicks (Bang) 1:02.60, Callahan (Brew) 1:04.93, Rapaport (Bang) 1:08.19, Rogers (Bang) 1:17.50, Woodward (Brew) 1:32.88; 100 free: Caleb Woodward (Brew) 55.14, Veilleux (Bang) 56.22, Barnett (Bang) 56.69, Kasprzak (Bang) 56.83, Taylor (Brew) 1:04.95; 500 free: Brent Williams (Brew) 5:13.80, Moreside (Bang) 5:32.67, Herbold (Bang) 5:40.87, Tisdale (Bang) 6:11.65; 200 free relay: Bangor B (Sam Barnett, Dan McDonald, Zach Rowe, Thomas McOscar) 1:47.11; Bangor C 1:47.21; Brewer A 2:02.37; 100 back: Joey Quinn (Bang) 1:02.61, Callahan (Brew) 1:11.32, Livingstone (Bang) 1:13.36; 100 breaststroke: Isaac Walton (Bang) 1:12.18, Farrell (Bang) 1:16.20, Callahan (Brew) 1:17.59, Moellentin (Brew) 1:21.21, England (Bang) 1:30.51; 400 free relay: Bangor A (Tristan Herbold, Thomas McOscar, Dan McDonald, Joey Quinn) 3:48.93, Bangor B 3:53.48, Brewer A 3:59.30

At UMaine, Orono

Bapst girls 100, Orono 80

200 Medley Relay: 1, John Bapst ‘A’ (VanKirk, Sarah E; Call, Megan E; Nitardy, Tara A; Peckenham, Sally K), 2:11.37. 2, Orono 2:12.77. 3, John Bapst ‘B’ 2:32.80. 4, Orono ‘B’ 2:37.98. 200 Freestyle: 1, Peckenham, Sally K, (JB), 2:35.16. 2, Harrington, Sarah, (O), 2:45.25. 3, Hardy, Meredith A, (JB), 2:51.83. 4, Mehnert, Kirsten, (O), 2:52.66. 5, Hoksch, Melissa E, (JB), 2:56.00 200 IM: 1, VanKirk, Sarah E, (JB), 2:42.77. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Veron-ica, (O), 2:45.11. 3, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (O), 2:50.19. 4, Peckenham, Phoebe H, (JB), 2:51.74. 5, Branch, Madeline M, (JB), 2:59.01. 50 Freestyle: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (O), 25.76. 2, Carmack, Mary M, (JB), 30.93. 3, Devine, Hilary, (O), 31.42. 4, Branch, Madeline M, (JB), 31.66. 5, Bousfield, Erin K, (JB), 31.79. 6, Oskar Dottir, Helga, (O), 37.92. 1 mtr Diving: 1, LaBreque, Julianne, (O), 120.20. 2, Kizer, Deanna G, (JB), 105.80. 100 Butterfly: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (O), 1:02.51. 2, Nitardy, Tara A, (JB), 1:02.65. 3, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (O), 1:20.16. 4, Rublee, Morgan L, (JB), 1:27.34. 5, Dimoulas, Ari, (O), 1:31.43. 6, Davenport, Katherine A, (JB), 1:33.09. 100 Freestyle: 1, Tozier, Carolyne, (O), 1:04.71. 2, Peckenham, Phoebe H, (JB), 1:06.27. 3, Pecken-ham, Sally K, (JB), 1:06.49. 4, Devine, Hilary, (O), 1:07.15. 5, Webb, Mandi R, (JB), 1:13.16. 6, Wing, Ashley, (O), 1:32.41 500 Freestyle: 1, Isherwood, Meri B, (JB), 6:28.98. 2, Harrington, Sarah, (O), 7:43.18. 3, Hardy, Meredith A, (JB), 7:49.69. 4, Mehnert, Kirsten, (O), 8:10.64. 5, Anderson, Gillian S, (JB), 8:15.38. 100 Backstroke: 1, Cote, Paige M, (JB), 1:19.08. 2, Tozier, Carolyne, (O), 1:19.76. 3, LaBreque, Julianne, (O), 1:25.27. 4, Carmack, Mary M, (JB), 1:30.59. 5, Handley, Robyn E, (JB), 1:42.36. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Nitardy, Tara A, (JB), 1:12.20. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (O), 1:20.49. 3, Urango, Vanesa E, (JB), 1:26.80. 4, Call, Megan E, (JB), 1:31.38. 5, Arabadjis, Sophie, (O), 1:39.54. 6, White, Elizabeth, Red Riots, 2:11.65. 400 Free-style Relay 1, John Bapst (Peckenham, Sally K; Isherwood, Meri B; Peckenham, Phoebe H; Nitardy, Tara A), 4:26.42. 2, Orono 4:58.76. 3, John Bapst 5:18.49.

John Bapst boys, 90, Orono 64

200 Medley Relay: 1, John Bapst (Kintzi, Aaron; Lad, Justin R; Isherwood, Corey T; Amoroso, Camden P), 2:01.87. 2, Orono 2:04.07. 200 Freestyle: 1, Kintzi, Aaron, (JB), 2:06.25. 2, Grover, Ian M, (JB), 2:14.08. 3, Seavey, Mac, (O), 2:15.39. 4, Borland, Gabe, (O), 2:34.81. 5, Asselin, Ryan R, (JB), 2:39.82. 200 IM: 1, Dwyer, Cameron, (O), 2:12.27. 2, Hoksch, Ethan P, (JB), 2:36.73. 50 Freestyle: 1, Amoroso, Camden P, (JB), 28.24. 2, Garcke, Karl, (O), 30.47. 3, Lad, Justin R, (JB), 31.37. 4, Vassar, Bill, (O), 31.61. 5, Vigneault, Peter F, (JB), 35.81. 6, Vassar, Jim, (O), 40.54. 1 mtr Diving: 1, Kelly, Kirby, (O), 185.25. 100 Butterfly: 1, Kintzi, Aaron, (JB), 1:04.45. 2, Grover, Ian M, (JB), 1:11.67. 3, Seavey, Mac, (O), 1:12.67. 100 Freestyle: 1, Egen-hofer, Patrick, (O), 1:01.52. 2, Amoroso, Camden P, (JB), 1:01.87. 3, Asselin, Ryan R, (JB), 1:05.58. 4, Vassar, Jim, (O), 1:39.36. 500 Freestyle: 1, Isherwood, Corey T, (JB), 5:43.39. 2, Borland, Gabe, (O), 7:09.75. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Orono (Dwyer, Lauren; Tozier, Carolyne; Devine, Hilary; Wallace-Ewing, Ruby), 2:00.37. 2, John Bapst 2:02.97. 3, John Bapst ‘C’ 2:21.11. 4, Orono 2:30.73. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Orono (Garcke, Karl; Dwyer, Cameron; Egenhofer, Patrick; Seavey, Mac), 1:51.55. 2, John Bapst 1:59.32. 3, John Bapst ‘B’ 2:12.80. 4, Orono ‘B’ 2:18.37. 100 Backstroke: 1, Dwyer, Cameron, (O), 59.94. 2, Isherwood, Corey T, (JB), 1:06.40. 3, Hoksch, Ethan P, (JB), 1:08.76. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Egenhofer, Patrick, (O), 1:22.38. 2, Lad, Justin R, (JB), 1:23.24. 3, Pearson, John A, (JB), 1:28.18. 4, Vigneault, Peter F, (JB), 1:37.03. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, John Bapst (Hoksch, Ethan P; Grover, Ian M; Isherwood, Corey T ; Kintzi, Aaron), 4:03.84. 2, John Bapst ‘B’ 5:04.66. 3, Orono 5:25.01.

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Men’s basketball

ECSU 87, UMFK 84 (OT)

At Biddeford, Courtney Simmons scored 22 points at Eastern Connecticut State University defeated the University of Maine at Fort Kent in overtime in the Jim Beaudry Classic at the University of New England. Jamie Kohn scored 20 points for ECSU and Jeremy Thompson added 19 points and 10 rebounds. Jimmy Lopez led UM-Fort Kent with 25 points and six assists. Brandon Fox totaled 22 points and three blocks while Othniel Hyliger added 12 points. Ilija Kalajdzic had 10 rebounds.

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